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Interface capturing scheme -Star-CD, SCALFN(PHI)

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Old   May 27, 2016, 05:56
Default Interface capturing scheme -Star-CD, SCALFN(PHI)
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Dear all
I am dealing with the problem to program another transport equations in star-CD to consider the effect of different Interface-Capturing scheme as like (SLIC, PLIC and CICSAM) in the section of scalfn.

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SUBROUTINE SCALFN(PHI)
Species-scalar function
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In the current vesion of Star-CD, the HRIC scheme is considered as a interface capturing scheme. but i cannot find any information about the procedure of this scheme (star-CD own coding) or sample subroutine to show?

Up to now I couldn't find any decent manual or reference file that explains the procedure (e.g. like in the examples in other subroutines). Any guides could be valuables?


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