# Calculation on non-orthogonal curvelinear structured grids, finite-volume method

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## 2D case

For calculations in complex geometries boundary-fitted non-orthogonal curvlinear grids is usually used.

General transport equation is transformed from the physical domain $(x,y)$ into the computational domain $\left( \xi , \eta \right)$ as the following equation

 $dd$ (5)