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This ebook comprises 37 articles facing simulation of incompressible flows and purposes in lots of parts. It covers numerical tools and set of rules advancements in addition to purposes in aeronautics and different parts. It represents the cutting-edge within the box.
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The mass-conservation equation is evaluated by computing the mass flux across faces of a computational cell. When the mass fluxes are chosen as unknowns, the continuity equation is satisfied automatically in generalized coordinate systems. The continuity equation with this choice of the dependent variables takes a form identical to the Cartesian case. Therefore, the mass fluxes are considered as the natural dependent variables for projection methods in 12 curvilinear coordinates. Treating the mass fluxes as dependent variables in a finitevolume formulation is equivalent to using contravariant velocity components, scaled by the inverse of the transformation Jacobian, in a finite-difference formulation.
In this method the strict requirement of obtaining the correct pressure for a divergence-free velocity field in each step may significantly slow down the overall computational efficiency. To satisfy the mass conservation in grid space, the difference form of the second derivative in the Poisson equation has to be constructed consistent with the discretized momentum equation (see Kwak, 1989). To solve for a steady-state solution, the correct pressure field is desired only when the solution is converged.