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Old   November 13, 2013, 04:22
Question How to choose Numerics?
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I have a rough idea about the schemes and I wanna know it deeper. . .

So my question is as below

How to choose schemes for different terms in fvschemes file ?

Is it based on
  1. Physics of the problem
  2. Grid
  3. Solver
Is there any good material regarding fvschemes usage in OpenFOAM ?
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I've found Jasak's thesis to be a decent read on the topic.
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