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Old   August 19, 2009, 12:10
Default Self written code for solution of Transported PDF
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Hello guys,

I'm now working on a statistical tool for analysis of turbulent reacting flows that has to be enforced with experimental results and I'm kind of stuck. The thing is, I came across transported PDFs (probability density function) that should to be solved using the Monte Carlo's method, but writing the code for a 3D mesh system is simply unthinkable. Is there any other way (a solution from CFD softwares included) that I might be able to get the PDF for analysis? The codes are meant to be written in MATLAB. So, any algorithm which maybe able to solve also will do. I'm really running out of time and I need all the help I could get. Thanks
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