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Old   February 4, 2011, 00:05
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I am working on implementation of Turbulence Model "Spalartr Allamaras"
If any body know the discretization of convection term and best possible scheme to solve the derivative plz tell me

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Old   February 4, 2011, 19:51
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Hi Vilok,

Spalart-Allamaras, model is one-equation turbulence model first used for aerodynaimcs. and i think for discretization of the convection term should be done with second order upwind scheme. if your problem is stady state then TDMA (Tri-diagonal-matrix-algo.) will be usefull and if transient flow then Forward-Time-marching solution will be usefull. and for pressure-velocity coupling you can use PISO algorithms or Transient SIMPLE methods.
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