Discretisation procedures for multi-physics phenomena

@inproceedings{Bailey1999DiscretisationPF,
  title={Discretisation procedures for multi-physics phenomena},
  author={Chris Bailey and Gareth A. Taylor and Martyn Cross and Peter Chow},
  year={1999}
}
Procedures are described for solving the equations governing a multi-physics process. Finite volume techniques are used to discretise, using the same unstructured mesh, the equations of uid ow, heat transfer with solidi cation, and solid deformation. These discretised equations are then solved in an integrated manner. The computational mechanics environment, PHYSICA, which facilitates the building of multi-physics models, is described. Comparisons between model predictions and experimental data… CONTINUE READING

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