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 djai86 March 1, 2011 19:10

Help basic simple cfd equations

Nevermind, delete this.

Thanks.

 DoHander March 1, 2011 19:23

You will have a better chance if you will actually do yourself the exercises put them here and ask for someone to check them for you.

Do

 djai86 March 1, 2011 19:29

No its not homework, its tutorials, which isn't compulsory. I just don't have a clue what I'm doing at the moment.

For example, for the transport equations, I do not know is you use the Steady-State 1-D Advection-Diffusion Equations.

And you tell me just to do them, but I have just started learning CFD for a month and I really don't know where to start. Plus the lecturer has a difficult accent to understand, so I am doing the tutorials to prepare for my exams in a few months.

 djai86 March 1, 2011 19:38

I wouldn't be doing a Mechanical Engineering Masters if I was here to copy of other peoples work. My homework would be many times harder than the basic questions I'm asking.

 DoHander March 1, 2011 21:54

Sorry, but your initial post looked exactly like a homework to me :), pity you've deleted them.

You will find the equations in any good book of CFD, try for example:

Anderson & all - Computational fluid mechanics and heat transfer
Ferziger and Peric - Computational Methods for Fluid Dynamics

Also, you can try ... Google for "Advection Diffusion equation" it is on the first page. For steady state simply drop the time derivative.

Do

 djai86 March 2, 2011 01:22

I have both of them books as e-books.

 djai86 March 2, 2011 01:26

Quote:
 Originally Posted by DoHander (Post 297562) Sorry, but your initial post looked exactly like a homework to me :), pity you've deleted them. You will find the equations in any good book of CFD, try for example: Anderson & all - Computational fluid mechanics and heat transfer Ferziger and Peric - Computational Methods for Fluid Dynamics Also, you can try ... Google for "Advection Diffusion equation" it is on the first page. For steady state simply drop the time derivative. Do
I have both of them books as e-books. I just don't know where to start.
I have figured out parts of each one. But if you could provide more guidance then it'll be helpful. (P.S. We don't get homework i

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