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DOI:10.26855/jamc.2019.06.001

Gauss – Seidel numerical study of 2D incompressible symmetric viscous flow in a closed rectangular C section channel

Author: Jacob Nagler
Date: July 16,2019 Hits: 191

Abstract

In this paper, numerical simulation based on generalized Gauss-Seidel method (which is also known as theta method) was performed in case of a 2D incompressible symmetric viscous flow in a closed rectangular C section channel along with no-slip boundary conditions on the walls. Also, model calibration was involved during numerical simulation model. Comparisons between other numerical studies and current study have been found to adjust qualitatively.

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Gauss – Seidel numerical study of 2D incompressible symmetric viscous flow in a closed rectangular C section channel

 

Jacob Nagler 

School of Mechanical Engineering, University of Tel-Aviv, Tel-Aviv 69978, Israel

*Corresponding   author:   Jacob   Nagler, School of Mechanical Engineering, University of Tel-Aviv, Tel-Aviv 69978, Israel. 
Email: syankitx@Gmail.com

How to cite this paper: Nagler J. (2019) Gauss – Seidel numerical study of 2D incompressible symmetric viscous flow in a closed rectangular C section channel. Journal of Applied Mathematics and Computation, 3(4), 599-605. 
DOI: 10.26855/jamc.2019.06.001 

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