Compressible Mathematical Model
The computational model solves following system of equations:
- Mass conservation
- Momentum conservation
- Energy conservation and , two options
- where: Einstein summation is used, is partial derivative, is i-th Cartesian coordinate, is density, is i-th velocity vector component, is time, is static pressure, shear stress tensor, is Kronecker delta, is total specific energy, is dynamic viscosity, is rate-of-deformation tensor, is static temperature, is Prandtl number, specific gas constant, specific heat capacity (at constant pressure), specific heat capacity (at constant volume), i-th heat flux component (Fourier law), heat conductivity coefficient.
- The whole system is closed with boundary conditions.