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Old   October 25, 2016, 13:25
Default Developing a CFD code that Conserves Power
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Hi,

I have discovered the physics that allows the calculation of the resistance of an element to flow; where resistance is pressure difference divided by volumetric flow rate. Resistance is linear with velocity instead of parabolic as with energy. Thus, elements can be combined or add and divided. Moving boundaries and geometries could easily be analyzed. Computational resources could be used for complicated areas in the flow field and conserved in steady state portions. For a complete development of the problem see resistorcfd dot com. I thank you in advance for your time and attention to this matter and look forward to any feed back you may have on how to solve this problem.
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