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### 12appendixA

Course: ETD 09212008, Fall 2009
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A 117 Appendix Algorithm of SNAC A.1 Governing equations The software package SNAC solves the momentum and the heat energy balance equations in the following dierential form: Dvi ij , + gi = xj Dt qi DT . + r = Cp xi Dt (A.1) (A.2) In the momentum balance equation, is the mass density, vi is velocity, ij is the Cauchy stress tensor, and gi is the gravitational acceleration. T is temperature, Cp is the specic...

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