February 1, , International workshop on coupled methods in numerical dynamics , , June 15, Computer Physics Communications, 1 , How can we justify this one? I will try to get my hands on this article! Tags diffusion , hrvoje jasak , rho , transport equation Thread Tools.
And tried to figure it out where does this “rho” come from. In standard form of the transport equation there is not rho in the diffusion term. Their combined citations are counted only for the first article. July 2, January 30, ,
Thank you for your answers and explanations. January 31, This leads to the formulation in Jasak’s thesis. Tags diffusionhrvoje jasakrhotransport equation Thread Tools.
Why do you think he used “rho” in the diffusion term. Articles Cited by Co-authors. June 15, Multi-dimensional simulation of thermal non-equilibrium channel flow DP Jaska, S Gopalakrishnan, H Jasak International journal of multiphase flow 36 jasaak, All times are GMT Jasak page 69 Combustion Engines Development from G.
International journal for numerical methods in engineering 48 2, I ran into the scalar transport equation in Hrvoje Jasak’s thesis page A question about Jasak’s Phd thesis. New articles by this author. I will try to get my hands on this article! Journal of Non-Newtonian Fluid Mechanics, This is what I mean with “hidden in the gradient”.
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Henrik Bredmose Associate professor Verified email at dtu. The following articles are merged in Scholar.
Hi, As far as I know, a diffusion term with ‘rho’ is more general. How can we justify this one? Pharoah Queen’s University Verified email at me. Their combined citations are counted only for the first article.
Computer Physics Communications, 1 In this case, you get gradient rho phi in the diffusion term instead of of rho gradient phi. July 28, Add Thread to del. July 2, Articles 1—20 Show more. In chemical engineering this is done quite often. Verified email at fsb.
In CFD you want a discretization in volume, since you have a volumetric mesh fixed volumetric cells in the Euclidian space.
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Why in Hrvoje Jasak’s thesis diffusion term has “rho”?
Could someone enlighten us about this particular formulation? Thanks for your response hrrvoje Daniel BTW, I totally can’t understand what you mean by hidden in gradient!
International journal of multiphase flow 36 4, This is not correct, if you look here: