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    Title: An Evaluation of the Pressure Correction Equation Solvers for Predicting Unsteady Incompressible Fluid Flow
    Authors: Lee, Shi-Min;Sheu, W. H. Tony
    Contributors: 淡江大學航空太空工程學系
    Keywords: 壓力校正方程式;不可壓縮流體;空穴流;多重格點;加速度;Pressure Correction Equation;Incompressible Fluid;Cavity Flow;Multi-Grid;Acceleration
    Date: 1992-05
    Issue Date: 2014-03-07
    Abstract: Pressure correction equation has been widely used for numerical prediction of unsteady incompressible fluid flows. The computational requirements to solve the equation can be reduced by using acceleration techniques to improve the convergence rate of the pressure correction equation. In this paper, we evaluate the performance of modified SOR, Conjugate Gradient, Cell Iterative Adjustment Technique, Multi Grid techniques, and Hybrid Penalty-Pseudo Compressibility method for the cavity flow problem.
    Relation: 中國航空太空學會第一屆計算流體力學研討會論文集=Proceedings of the First National Conference on Computational Fluid Dyna mics,頁285-293
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