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Faculty of Engineering & Technology, SRM University, Kattankulathur - 603203

Department of Mechanical Engineering

Subject Code & Title: ME0051B COMPUTATIONAL FLUID DYNAMICS
Rubrics for Cycle Test - I(EVEN 2014-15)
Q. No. Keywords / Formulae for evaluation and mark split up
Part A

CV fixed in space CV moving with fluid

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1 1
one boundaary dreivative of
Sketch
2 dependent variable

1 1

Parabolic equation Elliptic Equation

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1 1
coefficient are function of Coeffficient are function of
independent variable depenndent variable
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1 1
Equation Local and covective derivative
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1 1
Part B
Fundamental governing equation Diffential conservatin form of Manupulation Non Conservation form
continuity
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2 2 3 3
Physical meaning Explanatin Derivation final expression

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7

2 2 3 2

Diagram fundamental equations Non conservative form of momentum

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equation including viscous terms
2 2 2 2
Each model manipulation (Four Final explanation
9 models)4X2=8

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Marks

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explanation of terms

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final equation in nconservative form
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Faculty of Engineering & Technology, SRM University, Kattankulathur - 603203
Department of Mechanical Engineering
Subject Code & Title: ME0051B COMPUTATIONAL FLUID DYNAMICS
Rubrics for Cycle Test - II (EVEN 2014-15)

Part A

Definition of CN method Equation

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1 1
Cental differene Forword ,Backward difference
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1 1

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1 1

4

1 1

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1 1
Part B

6 general equation diagram matrix form of equation Explanation

2 2 3 3
Dicretisation Error
Error types Roundoff error-Explanation Truncation error
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2 2 3 3
general equation Boundary condition Dicretisation of equation for alllnodes

Final matrix
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2 1 5 2
laplace equation tranformation for x Transformation for y
Finalequation
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2 3 3 2
Marks

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10

10

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Faculty of Engineering & Technology, SRM University, Kattankulathur - 603203
Department of Mechanical Engineering
Subject Code & Title: ME0051B COMPUTATIONAL FLUID DYNAMICS
Rubrics for University examination (Odd 2014-15)
Q. No. Keywords / Formulae for evaluation and mark split up

Part A

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1 1

Dirchelet, Neumman Chauchy ,Robbins

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1 1
Properties of Unknown with respect to Equation
3 Known timelevel
1 1

Error is minimised ,easy to converge

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Uniform grid size ,Noneed of Un uniformed grid need of
transformation transformation
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1 1
Cluster of grids automatically clustered with respect to
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1 1
one step or two step correction Error reduced less iteration easy to
converge
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1 1
Over relaxation method Under relaxatiobn method
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1 2
Based on nodal points Based on nodal point surrounded by
control volume
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1 1
Triangular grid ,diagram

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2 1
PART B
general equation explanation derivation final equation

11a

3 3 4 3
substantial derivative significance diagram explanation explanation of covective and local
derivative
11 b
3 2 4 4
general equation Boundary condition Dicretisation of equation for alllnodes
Final matrix
12 a

4 3 5 4
Types of errors Numerical error Dicretisation error
Roundoff error
12 b

4 3 3 3
Transformation explanation With respect to X With respect to Y With respect to XY

13 a

3 3 4 3
Transformation explanation Equation derivation final equation

13 b

3 3 4 3
general equation explanation derivation final equation
14 a
3 3 4 3
general equation explanation derivation final equation

14 b

3 3 4 3

application of boundary condition and

general equation boundary condition descritisation
15 a data

4 2 4 4
application of boundary condition and
general equation boundary condition descritisation
15 b data
15 b

4 2 4 4
Marks

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2

significance

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3
final equation
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3

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Analytical error
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3
significance

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3
significance

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3
significance
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3
significance

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final matrix form

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Faculty of Engineering & Technology, SRM University, Kattankulathur - 603203

Q. No. Keywords / Formulae for evaluation and mark split up

Implicit Method

Boundary conditions

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1

1 3 3 3
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65bar
C
bar
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Marks

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