Have you looked in the Technical reference document: It is typically located here: C:\Program Files\SolidWorks Corp\SolidWorks Flow Simulation\lang\english\Docs on the insstalled computer.
Maybe this sectionis of interest (obviously it didn't paste well but it should be enough to se if thsi is what you want):
Form of the Numerical Algorithm
Let index 'n' denotes the time-level, and '*' denotes intermediate values of the flow
parameters. The following numerical algorithm is employed to calculate flow parameters
on time-level (n+1) using known values on time-level (n):
* = ρ(pn+δp,T*,y*),
U = (ρu, ρT, ρκ, ρε, ρy)Tis the full set of basic variables excluding pressure p,
δp = pn+1 - pn is an auxiliary variable that is called
a pressure correction. These parameters are discrete functions stored at cell centers. They
are to be calculated using the discrete equations (1.35)-(1.40) that approximate the
governing differential equations. In equations (1.35)-(1.40)
Ah, divh, gradh and Lh =
equation is defined in such a way that the final momentum field
ρun+1 calculated from
(1.35) satisfies the discrete fully implicit continuity equation. Final values of the flow
parameters are defined by equations (1.37)-(1.40).
n ) n
U - U
t t t
= ρ ρ ρ
un+ = ρu* −Δ ⋅grad δ
n+1 = pn +δp , (1.38)
Tn+1 = ρT* ,ρκ n+1 = ρκ *,ρε n+1 = ρε * ,ρyn+1 = ρy* , (1.39)
n+1 = ρ (pn+1,T n+1,y n+1 ). (1.40)
To solve the asymmetric systems of linear equations that arise from approximations of
momentum, temperature and species equations (1.35), a preconditioned generalized
conjugate gradient method (Ref. 9) is used. Incomplete LU factorization is used for
Iterative Methods for Symmetric Problems
To solve symmetric algebraic problem for pressure-correction (1.36), an original
double-preconditioned iterative procedure is used. It is based on a specially developed
multigrid method (Ref. 10).
Chapter Numerical Solution Technique
Methods to Resolve Linear Algebraic Systems
Iterative Methods for Nonsymmetrical Problems
h p Shgradh are discrete operators that approximate the corresponding differential operators
with second order accuracy.
Equation (1.35) corresponds to the first step of the algorithm when fully implicit discrete
convection/diffusion equations are solved to obtain the intermediate values of momentum
and the final values of turbulent parameters, temperature, and species concentrations.
The elliptic type equation (1.36) is used to calculate the pressure correction
concentrations in fluid mixtures, and
Thank you, Bill.
I was able to find the Technical Reference document in our computers at school using the path you suggested.