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Assignment 4

(Convection Diffusion)
Last date: 23rd October

This assignment is divided into different groups. Every group will choose different combination of
schemes as given below and will work on that. You are asked to do analysis on that particular
scheme. You can present any issues (e.g. stability etc.) related to that scheme extensively. At the
end you have to deliver a small presentation.

Problem 1:
In a steady two-dimensional situation, the variable φ is governed by
div(ρuφ) = div(Γgradφ) + a - bφ
where ρ = 1, Γ = 1, a = 10 and b = 2. The flow field is such that u = 1and v = 4 everywhere. The
values of φ are given for four boundaries. Adopting a control volume design as discussed in the
class, calculate the φ distribution inside the domain. You can assume a uniform grid. The
dimension of the geometry is 3 x 3.


φ = 150 φ=0

x φ = 100

Group 1: Use CDS and 1st order UDS

Group 2: Use Hybrid and 1st order UDS
Group 3: Use 1st, 2nd, and 3rd (Quick) order UDS
Group 4: Use Power Law Scheme and 1st order UDS
Group 5: Use Exponential and 1st order UDS

Problem 2:
Consider the transport of a scalar quantity in a known velocity field. The flow filed represents the
flow near a stagnation point. The boundary conditions for φ are as given in the figure below.

Find out the φ distribution in the solution domain.

Group 6: Use CDS and 1st order UDS

Group 7: Use Hybrid and 1st order UDS
Group 8: Use 1st, 2nd, and 3rd (Quick) order UDS
Group 9: Use Power Law Scheme and 1st order UDS
Group 10: Use Exponential and 1st order UDS
Inlet, φ = 0


φ(y) Outlet
Streamlines xy = constant



1 0 Symmetry

Problem 3:

Consider the steady conduction-convection problem. Assume a non-uniform grid. Derive

expressions for the coefficeints using the schems given below. If φE = 1 and φW = 0, calculate φP
for Pe = ρu δxe/Γ = -10, -5, -1, 0, 1, 5, and 10 when δxe/δxw = 1.2

Group 11: Power law scheme and 1st order UDS

Following things should be kept in mind in the preparation of the report and its presentation
• Derivation of the discretization equations
• Results with different mesh size
• Effect with Peclet number (you can change the velocity)
• Discussions about stability issues

You are free to exhibit any interesting phenomenon associated with the problem. You are free
to solve the problem with different parameters (apart from the given ones) if you can show
something interesting.

At the end I would like to see the comparison of the results using all the schemes. So, every group
should communicate with one another for a comparison.
S.No Entry Number Name Group
1 2007JPG3060 SUJAY KARMAKAR Gr. 6
2 2007JPG3061 RITESH KUMAR Gr. 9
3 2007JPG3064 KUMAR SWADHIN Gr. 7
4 2007JPG3065 ARNAB MAITRA Gr. 8
5 2007JPG3066 ANUP KUMAR Gr. 9
6 2007JPG3067 KUMAR GAURAV Gr. 10
7 2007JPG3068 VISHAL KESHRI Gr. 10
8 2007JPG3069 A ANTHONY Gr. 1
10 2007MET2564 MOHIT BANSAL Gr. 6
11 2007MET2567 PAWAN KUMAR PANT Gr. 6
12 2007MET2569 A. BHANU PRAKASH Gr. 11
13 2007MET2571 VINEETH K KUMAR Gr. 7
14 2007MET2572 md. shahir farooqui Gr. 8
15 2007MET2574 MAYURI AGRAWAL Gr. 3
17 2007MET2577 ANSHUL SIROHI Gr. 5
18 2007MET2589 LOHAR SAI NAG Gr. 5
19 2007MET2593 AMIT ARORA Gr. 2
20 2007MET2649 RAVINDRA KUMAR Gr. 11
21 2007MET3030 AKANKSHA MATHUR Gr. 3
22 2007MEY7520 AMIT KAKKAR Gr. 9
23 2008MEZ8145 AMIT TYAGI Gr. 4