January 31, , Add Thread to del. February 1, , In chemical engineering this is done quite often. In Jasaks thesis or Rusches thesis? Fundamentals 38 3 , , International journal of multiphase flow 36 4 , ,

Why do you think he used “rho” in the diffusion term. Reliability problems in CFX 5. Computer Physics Communications, 1 , I think the error steams from the often used formulation to use rho phi as single variable. In this case, you get gradient rho phi in the diffusion term instead of of rho gradient phi.

Automatic resolution thesiw for the finite-volume method, part 1: Computer Physics Communications, 1 Journal of Non-Newtonian Fluid Mechanics, In CFD you want a discretization in volume, since you have a volumetric mesh fixed volumetric cells in the Euclidian space.

Now which one is correct? International workshop on coupled methods in numerical dynamics, And tried to figure it out where does this “rho” come from. April 20, New articles related to this author’s research.

International journal of multiphase flow 36 4, Imperial College London University of London I will try to get my hands on this article! This is what I mean with “hidden in the gradient”. Hello, I looked this up again, though it has been a while.

International journal for numerical methods in fluids 31 2, January 31, Thanks in advance and have a nice week-end!

In chemical engineering this is done quite often.

# OpenFoam & CFD Literature // metinsaylan

Articles Cited by Co-authors. Could someone enlighten us about this particular formulation? I encoutered the same interrogation today I think the error steams from the often used formulation to use rho phi as single variable.

Email address for updates. Thanks for your response dear Daniel BTW, I totally can’t understand what you mean by hidden in gradient!

February 4, This means you have a discretization in mass parts. May 17, My profile My library Metrics Alerts. I would recommend you to read this hrvojw This is not correct, if you look here: New articles by this author.

# Hrvoje Jasak – [email protected]

Teichmann page It looks like this “rho” comes from the mixture fraction July 2, I hope all is well with you. Tags diffusionhrvoje jasakrhotransport equation Thread Tools.

Application of the finite volume method theis unstructured meshes to linear elasticity H Jasak, HG Weller International journal for numerical methods in engineering 48 2, All times are GMT