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Old   April 15, 1999, 17:56
Default use of MAC method to solve sloshing problem.
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I am doing project about studying the liquid behaviour in sloshing.The method i have to use here is Marker and Cell method.Mainly i have to study sloshing in rectangular tanks by using staggered grid.Problem is that i have not got much literature available and also time is limited for me aswell. Could anybody please suggest me how to use original MAC method to solve the equations to get results for sloshing in tanks.I will be gratefull if you can suggest me PROBLEM with boundary conditions and give me detailed help about how to solve the equations.
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Old   April 15, 1999, 22:28
Default Re: use of MAC method to solve sloshing problem.
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You can refer to "Numerical Simulation in Fluid Dynamics - A Pratical Introduction " by Michael Griebel et al. SIAM 1998. There is also a source code in C for MAC method. Regards
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