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For the sake of simplicity, consider the one-dimensional rectangular coordinate system. 1) can be evaluated as follow. ðð ÿ ðq Á nÞ dÿ ¼ ÿ fðqÿi þ 1=2 Aÿi þ 1=2 Þ ÿ ðqÿi ÿ 1=2 Aÿi ÿ 1=2 Þg ÿ ¼ ðqÿi ÿ 1=2 Aÿi ÿ 1=2 Þ ÿ ðqÿi þ 1=2 Aÿi þ 1=2 Þ Ti ÿ Ti ÿ 1 Ti þ 1 ÿ Ti ¼ ÿ Aÿi ÿ 1=2 ÿ ÿ Aÿi þ 1=2 Áxi ÿ 1 Áxi þ 1 ð5:2:1Þ where Aÿi ÿ 1=2 ¼ Aÿi ÿ 1=2 ¼ 1:0 and Áxi ÿ 1 ¼ Áxi þ 1 ¼ Áx. 4(a). 4. Direction of heat ﬂow in a control volume through its control-volume face: (a) a conventional scheme and (b) a modiﬁed scheme.
27). , Áxi ÿ 1 ¼ Áxi þ 1 ¼ Áx. 27) and rearranging it, we obtain the ﬁnite diﬀerence equation for one-dimensional convection–diﬀusion problems. 30) derived by three diﬀerent discretization methods, are identical to each other. References  Carslaw H S and Jaeger J C 1959 Conduction of Heat in Solids 2nd edition (Oxford: Oxford University Press)  Crank J 1956 The Mathematics of Diﬀusion 1st edition (Oxford: Oxford University Press)  Dusinberre G M 1961 Heat Transfer Calculations by Finite Diﬀerences (Scranton, PA: International Textbook Co)  Zienkiewicz O C and Cheung Y K 1965 The Engineer 220 507  Comini G and Del Guidice S 1974 Int.
The control volume width is Áx. 2 Derivation of ﬁnite diﬀerence equations As mentioned in chapter 4, the ﬁrst step for the derivation of ﬁnite diﬀerence equations in the ﬁnite volume method is to apply the integral form of the energy balance equation to control volumes. 3(a). 1 A conventional scheme for discretizing the diﬀusion term First, consider the conventional ﬁnite volume method. For the sake of simplicity, consider the one-dimensional rectangular coordinate system. 1) can be evaluated as follow.