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Modelling of Natural Convection Flows with Large Temperature Differences: A Benchmark Problem for Low Mach Number Solvers. Part 2. Contributions to the June 2004 conference

  • Henri Paillère (a1), Patrick Le Quéré (a2), Catherine Weisman (a2), Jan Vierendeels (a3), Erik Dick (a3), Malte Braack (a4), Frédéric Dabbene (a1), Alberto Beccantini (a1), Etienne Studer (a1), Thibaud Kloczko (a1), Christophe Corre (a5), Vincent Heuveline (a4), Masoud Darbandi (a6) and Seyed Farid Hosseinizadeh (a6)...
Abstract

In the second part of the paper, we compare the solutions produced in the framework of the conference “Mathematical and numerical aspects of low Mach number flows” organized by INRIA and MAB in Porquerolles, June 2004, to the reference solutions described in Part 1. We make some recommendations on how to produce good quality solutions, and list a number of pitfalls to be avoided.

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ESAIM: Mathematical Modelling and Numerical Analysis
  • ISSN: 0764-583X
  • EISSN: 1290-3841
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