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 na June 14, 2005 04:28

2d incompressible turbulent flow

Hi, I'm trying to simulate the 2D incompressible tubulent flow arrond airfoil with k-epsilon model utilising the simple sheme. Is it preferabley to descritise the equations in generalised coordinates or in caritisien coordinates for an irrugular mesh? thanks for all in advance

 Alexey June 14, 2005 04:39

Re: 2d incompressible turbulent flow

I think the best way is to use immersed approach since usage of curvilinear staggered grid is very tangled issue especially in 3D.

Look the article.

T.Ye, R.Mittal, H.S.Udaykumar, and W.Shyy, An Accurate Cartesian Grid Method for Viscous Incompressible Flows with Complex Immersed Boundaries// J. of Computational Physics, v. 156, pp. 209-240, 1999.

Alexey.

 na June 15, 2005 04:58

Re: 2d incompressible turbulent flow

 khairy June 15, 2005 16:15

Re: 2d incompressible turbulent flow

dear sir,sure using generalised coordinates, try to read the foolowing text book:"Computational methods for fluid dynamics",by Ferziger and Peric,SPRINGER where u can downolad from ftp server, free codes to solve this problem using Finite Volume. have a good Luck Khairy-Egypt

 Alexey June 16, 2005 08:41

Re: 2d incompressible turbulent flow

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