Articles Cited by Co-authors. In chemical engineering this is done quite often. In Jasaks thesis or Rusches thesis? Thanks in advance and have a nice week-end! June 15, And tried to figure it out where does this “rho” come from. Email address for updates.

August 30, , In this case, you get gradient rho phi in the diffusion term instead of of rho gradient phi. Reliability problems in CFX 5. In standard form of the transport equation there is not rho in the diffusion term. This is what I mean with “hidden in the gradient”.

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February 1, Journal of Non-Newtonian Fluid Mechanics, The system can’t perform the operation now. May 27, Email address for updates. New articles related to this author’s research.

This means you have a discretization in mass parts. International journal for numerical methods in fluids 31 2, Henrik Bredmose Associate professor Verified email at dtu.

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Get my own profile Cited by View all All Since Citations h-index 29 25 iindex 58 I can’t understand that! In this case, you get gradient rho phi in the diffusion term instead of of rho gradient phi. Hello, I looked this up again, though it has been a while. Tags diffusionhrvoje jasakrhotransport equation Thread Tools. May 17, Imperial College London University jaxak London February 4, Articles Cited by Co-authors.

In Jasaks thesis or Rusches thesis? And tried jaasak figure it out where does this “rho” come from.

Why in Hrvoje Jasak’s thesis diffusion term has “rho”?

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April 20, Add Thread to del. Pay attention to Eqs. How can we justify this one?

This “Cited by” count includes citations to the following articles in Scholar. In CFD you want a discretization in volume, since you have a volumetric mesh fixed volumetric cells in the Euclidian space. Thank you for your answers and explanations.

Thanks for your response dear Daniel BTW, I totally can’t jadak what you mean by hidden in gradient! Teichmann page It looks like this “rho” comes from the mixture fraction I encoutered the same interrogation today