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Old   May 13, 2016, 01:19
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I'm a research scholar in aerospace engineering, recently i started coding on navier-stokes compressible equations in fortran. I'm new to cfd, i need to know the efficient schemes which can be used to model C-D nozzle compressible flows on structured grid finite volume method, please mention few schemes with there advantages and disadvantages.
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correction procedure via reconstruction is almost the most effective high order scheme in computational fluid dynamics.
For nozzle problem, i've done lots of work so have others. Finite volume is nice choice for beginners. Go have a try!
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