Visualization of the Influence of Changes in the Controlled Dissipative Properties on the Accuracy of the QGDFoam Solver
This work is devoted to the study of the influence of variation of the controlled dissipative properties on the accuracy of the QGDFoam solver and the visual representation of this influence. The work continues a series of studies on the comparative assessment of the accuracy of various numerical methods and solvers built on their basis. To carry out a comparative assessment, a generalized computational experiment for classes of problems with a reference solution is constructed and implemented. A generalized computational experiment based on the synthesis of solutions of mathematical modeling problems, parallel technologies and visual analysis tools makes it possible to obtain solutions not only for individual problems, but for whole classes of problems determined by the specified ranges of key parameters. Accordingly, a comparative assessment of the accuracy of numerical methods is also carried out for a class of problems. Earlier, a similar computational experiment was carried out for a comparative assessment of the accuracy for solvers of the OpenFOAM open source software package on the well-known classical problem of an oblique shock wave formation. One of the solvers participating in the calculations, namely the QGDFoam solver, was the only one of all to have controlled dissipative properties. New generalized computational experiment was implemented to study the effect of variation of the parameter that controls the dissipative properties. The target was to reduce the error in comparison with the reference solution. The research results are presented in this work.
Generalized computational experiment, visualization, QGDFoam solver, comparative assessment of the accuracy
Язык публикации: английский, страниц:10 (с. 241-250)