By Vivek V. Ranade
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More CFM FOR CRE 25 accurate approximation involves a larger computational molecule (more nodes) and gives fuller coefficient matrices. A judicious compromise between simplicity, ease of implementation, accuracy and computational efficiency has to be made. More discussion and details of choices with such a compromise in mind are given in Part II. Discretization yields a large system of algebraic equations. The choice of solver depends on the type of flow, grid type and the size of the computational molecule (number of nodes appearing in each algebraic equation).
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This includes decisions about the extent of the solution domain. The process of isolating the system under consideration from its surrounding environment and specifying the outside influences in terms of boundary conditions may not be as straightforward as it sounds. In many cases, inappropriate decisions about the extent of the solution domain and the boundary conditions may give misleading results. Some examples of this are discussed in Chapter 2. After finalizing the model equations and boundary conditions, the next task is to choose a suitable method to approximate the differential equations by a system of algebraic equations in terms of the variables at some discrete locations in space and time (called a discretization method).