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Old   May 29, 2004, 13:02
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Muhammad zubair
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i am reading CFD by john D.anderson(chapter 10).in flow chart discussed in this chapter, i want to solve euler equations instead of complete navier stokes it can be done.what changes i have to made in computational domain and flow properties. can still shock capturing be thanking in advance Muhammad zubair
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Old   May 30, 2004, 07:24
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I think you should go through the example where the MacCormack scheme was set-up to simulate shock in a quasi 1-D laval nozzle (Chapter 7 was it?). As long as you are using the conservative form of the equations, shocks will be naturally 'captured' along with the rest of the solution.
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Old   May 31, 2004, 01:28
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Dear asif,

Regarding ur problem in solving euler equations, you have to change the boundary conditions from no slip to slip conditions (i.e) V.n = 0. (normal component of velocity is zero.)

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