Algorithm of the finite elements method of solving three-dimensional hydrodynamics problems
An algorithm is proposed for computing velocity fields in channels on the basis of the joint application of finite-elements and finite-difference methods by using an exponential approximation of the desired functions in the elements.
KeywordsStatistical Physic Finite Element Method Velocity Field Exponential Approximation Hydrodynamic Problem
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