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Convergence Characteristics of Upwind Method for Modified Artificial Compressibility Method
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Convergence Characteristics of Upwind Method for Modified Artificial Compressibility Method
Lee, Hyung-Ro; Lee, Seung-Soo;
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 Abstract
This paper investigates the convergence characteristics of the modified artificial compressibility method proposed by Turkel. In particular, a focus is mode on the convergence characteristics due to variation of the preconditioning factor () and the artificial compressibility () in conjunction with an upwind method. For the investigations, a code using the modified artificial compressibility is developed. The code solves the axisymmetric incompressible Reynolds averaged Navier-Stokes equations. The cell-centered finite volume method is used in conjunction with Roe`s approximate Riemann solver for the inviscid flux, and the central difference discretization is used for the viscous flux. Time marching is accomplished by the approximated factorization-alternate direction implicit method. In addition, Menter`s k- shear stress transport turbulence model is adopted for analysis of turbulent flows. Inviscid, laminar, and turbulent flows are solved to investigate the accuracy of solutions and convergence behavior in the modified artificial compressibility method. The possible reason for loss of robustness of the modified artificial compressibility method with >1.0 is given.
 Keywords
Computational fluid dynamics;Incompressible Navier-Stokes equations;Upwind method;Artificial compressibility method;
 Language
English
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