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The dual reciprocity boundary element method solution of fluid flow problems
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Gümgüm, Sevin
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In this thesis, the two-dimensional, transient, laminar flow of viscous and incompressible fluids is solved by using the dual reciprocity boundary element method (DRBEM). Natural convection and mixed convection flows are also solved with the addition of energy equation. Solutions of natural convection flow of nanofluids and micropolar fluids in enclosures are obtained for highly large values of Rayleigh number. The fundamental solution of Laplace equation is used for obtaining boundary element method (BEM) matrices whereas all the other terms in the differential equations governing the flows are considered as nonhomogeneity. This is the main advantage of DRBEM to tackle the nonlinearities in the equations with considerably small computational cost. All the convective terms are evaluated by using the DRBEM coordinate matrix which is already computed in the formulation of nonlinear terms. The resulting systems of initial value problems with respect to time are solved with forward and central differences using relaxation parameters, and the fourth-order Runge-Kutta method. The numerical stability analysis is developed for the flow problems considered with respect to the choice of the time step, relaxation parameters and problem constants. The stability analysis is made through an eigenvalue decomposition of the final coefficient matrix in the DRBEM discretized system. It is found that the implicit central difference time integration scheme with relaxation parameter value close to one, and quite large time steps gives numerically stable solutions for all flow problems solved in the thesis. One-and-two-sided lid-driven cavity flow, natural and mixed convection flows in cavities, natural convection flow of nanofluids and micropolar fluids in enclosures are solved with several geometric configurations. The solutions are visualized in terms of streamlines, vorticity, microrotation, pressure contours, isotherms and flow vectors to simulate the flow behaviour.
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S. Gümgüm, “The dual reciprocity boundary element method solution of fluid flow problems,” Ph.D. - Doctoral Program, Middle East Technical University, 2010.