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Old   March 21, 2010, 06:40
Default 1D advection-diffusion--need to benchmark my code; any suggestions?
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Hi everyone:

I am teaching myself transport/programming, and have created a simple program for 1-D advection-diffusion (constant velocity, diffusion coefficient, central differencing, Crank-Nicolson).

I would like to check that my code is working properly and would appreciate any advice about how to go about this. I have not been successful on Google at finding code that others have written... If anyone can direct me or provide advice about getting an analytical solution, I would be very grateful. An EXCEL-based spreadsheet or a Matlab or a c++ implementation would be useful.
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Old   March 23, 2010, 09:19
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as a first step you can set diffusion coefficient zero-your initial condition should move the prescribed velocity unchanged.

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