|September 9, 2009, 12:07||
Assessment of High-Resolution Scheme
Join Date: Apr 2009
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CFX recommands using the High-Resolution advection scheme over the 2nd order upwind (since it is bounded). The price to pay for a high-resolution scheme will however be a loss in the accuracy of the solution where physical extrema occur. Is there any reference/article explaining why the High-Res option should be used ? Some kind of assessment of this advection scheme.
Also, I've read interresting things about limiters (superbee, min-mod, etc..) but I am not an expert and it's difficult for me to relate this to what's implemented in CFX. If anyone could make this clear, I'd appreciate.
Thanks a lot,
|advection scheme, high resolution|
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