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Old   April 27, 2000, 18:29
Default What is the most popular incompressible solver?
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Hi, I'm just wondering what algorithms are available to incompressible Navier-Stokes equations (laminar flows). How many? What is the best one? Can it be used for compressible flows also? Are there any web-pages or books that will answer my questions?

Thanks, Harry
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Old   April 27, 2000, 22:21
Default Re: What is the most popular incompressible solver?
John C. Chien
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(1). Why not check out David Creech's Books online section in this cfd-online-Resources section? (2). There are enough cfd books for you to read on the algorithms related to incompressible flows, I hope. Have a good trip.
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Old   May 8, 2000, 12:14
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Please check the following website: I think Prof. Turek's solver is one of the best solvers although it also has some defections and limitations.

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