This “Cited by” count includes citations to the following articles in Scholar. Thanks in advance and have a nice week-end! International journal of multiphase flow 36 4 , , I will try to get my hands on this article! New articles related to this author’s research. Could someone enlighten us about this particular formulation? BB code is On.
Reliability problems in CFX 5. How can we justify this one? The system can’t perform the operation now. I can’t understand that! Add Thread to del.
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Their combined citations are counted only for the first article. In standard form of the transport equation there is not rho in the diffusion term.
Reliability problems in CFX 5. I will try to get my hands on this article! Hi, As far as I know, a diffusion term with ‘rho’ is more general. Could someone enlighten us about this particular formulation?
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Articles Cited by Co-authors. New citations to this author. Journal of Non-Newtonian Fluid Mechanics, Multi-dimensional simulation of thermal non-equilibrium channel flow DP Schmidt, S Gopalakrishnan, H Jasak International journal of multiphase flow 36 4, I encoutered the same interrogation today And tried to figure it out where does this “rho” come from.
Computer Physics Communications, 1 Thanks in advance and have a nice week-end! Teichmann page It looks like this “rho” comes from the mixture fraction This is not correct, if you look here: Get my own profile Cited by View all All Since Citations h-index 29 25 iindex 58 International workshop on coupled methods in numerical dynamics, Automatic resolution control for the finite-volume method, part 1: July 2, February 4, I think the error steams from the often used formulation to use rho phi as single variable.
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International journal for numerical iasak in fluids 31 2, International journal for numerical methods in engineering 48 2, February 1, I can find this formulation of the generic transport of equation with a “rho” written in the diffusion term in: In Jasaks thesis or Rusches thesis? Imperial Hvroje London University of London Thanks for your response dear Daniel BTW, I totally can’t understand what you mean by hidden in gradient!
Hello, I looked this up again, though it has been a while. How can we justify this one? I would recommend you to read this article: New articles related to this author’s research.