Discrete Schemes in OpenFOAM

Valid ddt schemes are :
(
CoEuler
boundedBackward
SLTS
CrankNicholson
steadyState
Euler
backward
)
The format style for ddtScheme is:

ddtScheme
{
  default Euler;
}

for CrankNicholson, it is:

  default CrankNicholson 1;

where, 1 represents the scheme is CrankNicholson, if it is less than 1, it will be blended with EI (Euler Implicit).

Valid grad schemes are :
(
cellMDLimited
extendedLeastSquares
faceMDLimited
leastSquares
fourth
faceLimited
cellLimited
Gauss
)

interpolationScheme Valid schemes are :
(
MUSCL01
localBlended
Minmod
limitedCubic01
QUICK
MC
limitedGamma
upwind
limitedLinear01
filteredLinear2
vanLeer
limitedCubic
SFCD
midPoint
clippedLinear
outletStabilised
SuperBee
linearUpwind
filteredLinear
Gamma01
MUSCL
limitedVanLeer
limitedMUSCL
Gamma
limitedLimitedLinear
vanAlbada
downwind
localMin
localMax
limitedLinear
skewCorrected
linear
UMIST
reverseLinear
vanLeer01
limitedLimitedCubic
weighted
blended
cubic
harmonic
OSPRE
)

One Reply to “Discrete Schemes in OpenFOAM”

  1. Thank you for your good information,i have question about, “01” that is written in front of some divergence scheme, e.g vanLeer01 & MUSCL01 & limitedCubic01 & limitedLinear01,
    What is this “01” mean?

    Thank you again :)

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