Adaptive numerical flow simulation
The paper is concerned with three-dimensional adaptation procedures for the numerical solution of compressible flow problems. An algorithm is devised for steady state transonic flow with strong shocks. Original three-dimensional mesh refinement indicators are proposed. The grid alignment is controlled by the anisotropic mesh adaptation (AMA) strategy. An original smoothing procedure in the minimization of the interpolation error in AMA is applied. Computational results for the inviscid flow are presented.
KeywordsShock Wave Compressible Flow Discontinuous Galerkin Method Inviscid Flow Mach Number Distribution
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