Hi, As far as I know, a diffusion term with ‘rho’ is more general. All times are GMT Computer Physics Communications, 1 , International journal for numerical methods in engineering 48 2 , , This leads to the formulation in Jasak’s thesis. Articles Cited by Co-authors. New articles related to this author’s research.
The following articles are merged in Scholar. Jasak page 69 Combustion Engines Development from G. A question about Jasak’s Phd thesis. This is not correct, if you look here: International journal for numerical methods in fluids 31 2 , ,
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This “Cited by” count includes citations to the following articles in Scholar. This means you have a discretization in mass parts.
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International journal for numerical methods in engineering 48 2, Email address for updates. My profile My library Metrics Alerts. I encoutered the same jaeak today Thanks for your response dear Daniel BTW, I totally can’t understand what you mean by hidden in gradient!
This is what I mean with “hidden in the gradient”. Verified email at fsb. Henrik Bredmose Associate professor Verified email at dtu. New articles by this author. David Schmidt University of Massachusetts Verified email at acad.
In this case, you get gradient rho phi in the diffusion term instead of of rho gradient phi. Thanks in advance and have a nice week-end!
Why in Hrvoje Jasak’s thesis diffusion term has “rho”?
In chemical engineering this is done quite often. Rusche is wrong and Jasak is correct. February 4, International journal for numerical methods in fluids 31 2, All times are GMT Get my own profile Cited by View all All Since Citations h-index 29 25 iindex 58 Multi-dimensional simulation of thermal non-equilibrium channel flow DP Schmidt, S Gopalakrishnan, H Jasak International journal of multiphase flow 36 4, The following articles are merged in Scholar.
In standard form of the transport equation there is not rho in the diffusion term.
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Their combined citations are counted only for the first article. Could someone enlighten us about this particular formulation?
July 27, A question about Jasak’s Phd thesis. Now which one is correct?
February 1, I would recommend you to read this article: Fundamentals 38 3, Computer Physics Communications, 1 ,