# HOW TO Solve

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 March 28, 2002, 01:00 HOW TO Solve #1 rambabu.s Guest   Posts: n/a Sponsored Links could you suggest to solve this flow in rectangular conduit and to write a program in c using Finite volume method. here the outline of the problem. ---------------------------------------------- velocity=15m/s -----> viscosity=1cp length=2m width=.5m using 2d navier stokes quation ----------------------------------------------- ---------------End---------------

 April 1, 2002, 03:20 Re: HOW TO Solve #2 Ajay S Parihar Guest   Posts: n/a Dear Rambabu, what type of help you want. I can assist you while writing the code in FORTRAN using FDM if you want.

 April 2, 2002, 03:44 HAI AJAY #3 rambabu.s Guest   Posts: n/a I am rambabu, just i want the algorithem for that problem to write a programe in either C or C++. The thing is right now i am familiar with only Turbo c and Turbo c++. i dont know Fotran and all i want my problem to be solved in c or c++.

 April 3, 2002, 07:14 Re: HOW TO Solve #4 K.Senthil Kumar Guest   Posts: n/a hi have u read the book "cfd" by versteig and Malalsekhara.if not go through it. u'll get the method. u can also contact me for any help. bye senthil

 April 20, 2002, 21:30 Re: HOW TO Solve #5 zm Guest   Posts: n/a you can discritize your NS equations and march the solution through the whole flow domain, use the cfl condition to get a suitable time step

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