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Sample code for solving Smith-Hutton test - Fortran 90

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Dear friends

It's just a scrap. Later I'll correct it, although it's a complete working code

Sample program for solving Smith-Hutton Test using different schemes of covective terms approximation Copyright (C) 2005 Michail Kirichkov ,Lithuania, Marijampole

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Short description

In this program general transport equation for scalar transport is solved. Because it was primarily developing program for learning, there was implemented an output for all variables in the txt format as well as for TECPLOT format. Structured orthogonal uniform grid is used (now). All variables are saved in array F(1:nx,1:ny,10) which mean that 2D array for 10 variables.

Variables F(:,:,1) and F(:,:,2) represented U and V velocity components, and F(:,:,5)represented scalar.

Arrays Xp and Yp represents the coordinates of the CV centres, and X and Y - coordinates of grids nodes

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