# arb

An implicit finite volume method for arbitrary transport equations. A finite volume framework is described for solving multiphysics transport problems. The method operates in a unique way. The transport equations and associated boundary conditions are input by the user using pseudo-mathematical expressions. A Perl program parses these equations and, via the computer algebra system Maxima, metaprograms’ a Fortran code that solves the problem on an unstructured mesh using the Newton-Raphson method. The strength of the technique is that a fully implicit numerical formulation is generated and modified easily, for an arbitrary set of equations. The implemented algorithm (arb’) is available for download and licensed under the GNU general public license.

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