|February 15, 2012, 06:01||
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I'm developing solver for vector field (denoted n) that has only direction. It's length is always a unit. Therefore I must perpendiculary project any forces that act on the vector field.
The source term is projected by multiplication with projection tensor (I-n*n):
(I-n*n)&(source term of force).
Laplacian term can maintain implicit nature because it can take volTensorField as argument:
I would like to have the advection term also projected, as this is crucial to the solution, and maintain implicit nature. What shoud I do with fvm:div(phi,n) term ?
The equation looks like this:
fvm::ddt(n) + fvm::div(phi,n) - fvm::laplacian((I-n*n),n) == (I-n*n)&(many source terms)
|perpendicular, projection, projection tensor|
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