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Old   October 26, 2004, 03:33
Default 1D MAC FDM Fixed Inlet
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G'day people.

I want to solve 1D viscid Euler set of equation.Flow is through a pipe, and all the paramaters ( rho, v,T) are fixed at the inlet boundary. questions:

1-does fixing all parameters cause instability?

2-what is the best practice for time step size?

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Old   October 26, 2004, 10:17
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I still need help about that maccormac's technique.

I selected the density to be float and others to ve fixed. Although time steps are very small(0.001 s for grid size 0.1m)i have crash after 15~16th time step.



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