Hello Dear Jonas!
Glad to see You again at CFD-Wiki!
I went out from the hospital, solved some of my life problems and now I would like to continue my work in CFD. I'll continue to fill the turbulence section and would like to fit my SIMPLE-algorithm code (for solving lid-driven cavity flow test) into the Wiki as I did in approximation schemes section. I think that it will be good for all newcomers.
My congratulations with Your appointment in Chalmers! May I ask You a favor? If You remember, I applied to Chalmers in 2005. But my application was rejected because Lars Davidson said that I already knew enough. May be he is right, but I wish to get MSc degree in CFD. You know me, and may I ask You to speak to Lars Davidson about myself? I mean to persuade him to accept me on CFD MSc course in Chalmers. Not now, I still can't afford to study abroad (besides I still have difficulties with my juridical status in EU) but I hope that it occurs in the nearest future. I'll be very grateful to You for Your help.
Best wishes, sincerely Yours, Michail
Nice to see you back on CFD Wiki again. Many users have benefited from your previous additions to CFD Wiki.
--Jola 15:50, 3 May 2010 (UTC)
I am glad to inform You, that my dream come true and now I am a student of applied Math in Kaunas University of Technology
I start a new project with Smoothed Particle Hydrodynamics
I must say Jonas, I am very grateful to You for Your help in 2003-2007 - You returned me from the hell.
Jonas, please, take a look - it's my second year course work about Navier-Stokes equations (in Lithuanian)
https://yadi.sk/i/BxyZ0VQcrzg2Y (on Yandex-disk).
here is the TeX and Fortran codes in zip (for Lid-driven cavity flow and Smith-Hutton problem).
I am sorry for plagiarism, but I am proud anyway - it's my first such work.
What do You think to upload these files to donated texts?
--Michail 04:21, November 2016