• the localized differential quadrature method for two-dimensional stream function formulation of navier–stokes equations

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    • تاریخ ارائه: 1390/01/01
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     localized differential quadrature (ldq) method is employed to solve two-dimensional stream function formulation of incompressible navier–stokes equations. being developed by introducing the localization concept to the general differential quadrature (gdq) method, the employment of ldq method becomes efficient and flexible, especially for the simulations of large scale computations. by introducing the lagrange stream function to vorticity transport equation, the governing equation—the fourth-order partial differential equation (pde)—is derived. to stably obtain the solutions of the fourth-order pde, a fictitious point method is included to treat the boundary conditions. to examine the present scheme, two different types of classic benchmark fluid flow problems are proposed, including driven cavity flow problems and backward-facing step flow problems. the good agreement of solutions demonstrate the robustness and feasibility of the proposed scheme. conclusively, the ldq method is sufficient and appropriate enough to simulate the solutions of stream function formulation of navier–stokes equations with various reynolds numbers.

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