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Old   January 18, 2012, 22:32
Default Development of Compressible Navier-Stokes solver
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Hello,

I am a graduate student and studying compressible turbulence models.

Recently I wrote a code for solving Favre-averaged Navier-Stokes equations to simulate compressible turbulent flows.

It includes following features,
- Steady state solver using LU-SGS
- 2nd-order upwind TVD scheme of Harten and Yee
- 2nd-order spatial discretization
- Launder-Sharma k-epsilon model

I wrote the code in FORTRAN(free format) and gfortran was employed as a compiler.

I'd like to share the code and upgrade my code with someone who is interested in the code.

Please feel free to contact me if you'd like to join me in developing the code.
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Old   January 19, 2012, 04:30
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Dear Geon Hong

I am really impressed with your work. Brother I am also working on the turbulence flow using k epsilon model. But as I am working on the fuel flow in internal combustion engines, therefore my work is related to incompressible fluids.
Brother can you please send me your code plus some material where i can get the idea for solving the numerically k-epsilon model. Brother I shall be more than just thankful to you for this help. I need it badly.
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Old   January 19, 2012, 06:22
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Hey Geon-Hong
Is your code 2d or 3d? Would you be interested in adding ENO/WENO? And explicit time integration?
Is your code written in a manner that makes it easy to read it?

I might be interested in contributing!

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Old   January 28, 2012, 09:00
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Hey Geon-Hong
Is your code 2d or 3d? Would you be interested in adding ENO/WENO? And explicit time integration?
Is your code written in a manner that makes it easy to read it?

I might be interested in contributing!

Cheers
Dear cfdnewbie,

I bet you are a CFD expert though your name isn't.

I'm working on a 2D code and already struggling with implementing the ENO/WENO type schemes.

If it is possible, I'd like to expand my code to handle the unsteady problems.

I hope my code is "readable".

I paid careful attention in writing the code.

Now I'm working in writing a manual of the code and if the work is done, I will send you the code and manual.

I'm really happy to see your reply.

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Hello,

I am a graduate student and studying compressible turbulence models.

Recently I wrote a code for solving Favre-averaged Navier-Stokes equations to simulate compressible turbulent flows.

It includes following features,
- Steady state solver using LU-SGS
- 2nd-order upwind TVD scheme of Harten and Yee
- 2nd-order spatial discretization
- Launder-Sharma k-epsilon model

I wrote the code in FORTRAN(free format) and gfortran was employed as a compiler.

I'd like to share the code and upgrade my code with someone who is interested in the code.

Please feel free to contact me if you'd like to join me in developing the code.
Hi Geon-Hong,
Happy to read this, i too in process of developing a compressible flow solver, earlier i have developed an inviscid solver second order in time and third order in space using Roe's scheme. Now it is the time to add viscous and turbulence, so i think that your code will be helpful to me, can you send it to vishnubabu.c@gmail.com.
Any one interested in inviscid flow solver can contact me.

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Vishnu C.
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