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Old   March 29, 2017, 16:42
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I want to purchase a finite volume lid cavity problem matlab code. It should be implemented on a staggered grid. Convective terms should be discretized with first order upwinding scheme.
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I have exactly what you want, reply if interested
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Old   April 4, 2017, 13:03
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Thanks for your message. Is it well explained/documented and how much is your price?
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Old   April 4, 2017, 13:30
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The code has described all the the variables and the introduction, I have used a book to write the code, I can also send you the chapter from that book that I used. Just say how much you can pay, and I'll let you know...I don't want to charge high but also not too low!
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Ok. .. no problem. did you use upwinding scheme for your discretization? I will pay $40
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I am extremely sorry, I misread a bit...I am using CDS on the staggered grid and not UDS...but if still want it I can give it to you for $75 (sorry not less than that.)
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I want to purchase a finite volume lid cavity problem matlab code. It should be implemented on a staggered grid. Convective terms should be discretized with first order upwinding scheme.
Hi,

I have it in C Language with all schemes upwind, power law, central and also for lid driven cavity and natural convection flow in square cavity, and the grid is staggered grid.

Exactly what you want but in C Language.

If interested please contact prashkadam@gmail.com

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Hello jasbirdhanoa,

I am exactly what you need. Reply if interested.

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