On Some High Resolution Schemes for Stably Stratified Fluid Flows
The aim of this paper is to present some high-resolution numerical methods in the context of the solution of stably stratified flow of incompressible fluid. Two different numerical methods are applied to a simple 2D test case of wall bounded flow and results are compared and discussed in detail with emphasize on the specific features of stratified flows. The two numerical methods are the AUSM finite–volume scheme and the high order compact finite-difference scheme.
Keywordsfinite–volume finite–difference stratification compact AUSM
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The financial support for this work was partly provided by the Research Plan MSM 6840770010 of the Ministry of Education of Czech Republic.
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