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VKI LS 2006-01, 34TH CFD - higer order discretization methods (EUA4X), ISBN 2-930389-63-X

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34TH CFD - higer order discretization methods (EUA4X)
November 14-18, 2005. H. Deconinck & M. Ricchiuto
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  • BARTH, T. - NASA Ames Research Center, USA
    An introduction to upwind finite volume and finite element methods: some unifying and contrasting themes
  • ESKILSSON, C. & SHERWIN, S. - Chalmers University of Technology, Sweden & Imperial College London, United Kingdom
    An introduction to spectral/hp element methods for hyperbolic problems
  • VAN DER VEGT, J.J.W. - University of Twente, The Netherlands
    Space-time discontinuous Galerkin finite element methods
  • DECONINCK, H.1 & ABGRALL, R.2 - 1von Karman Institute for Fluid Dynamics, Belgium & 2INRIA & 2Institut Universitaire de France, France
    Introduction to residual distribution methods
  • HARTMANN, R. - DLR, Germany
    Discontinuous Galerkin methods for compressible flows: higher order accuracy, error estimation and adaptivity
  • LERAT, A. & CORRE, C. - ENSAM, France
    High-order residual-based compact schemes on structured grids
  • ABGRALL, R. - Université Bordeaux I, France
    Construction of high order residual distribution schemes for scalar problems - Preliminary results for systems
  • CARAENI, D. - Fluent Inc. Lebanon, USA
    A third order residual distribution method for steady/unsteady simulations : formulation and benchmarking including LES
  • DUMBSER, M. & MUNZ, C.D. - University of Stuttgart, Germany
    ADER discontinuous Galerkin schemes
  • WANG, Z.J. - Iowa State University, USA
    Spectral volume and spectral difference methods for unstructured grids
  • GERRITSMA, M.1 & DE MAERSCHALCK, B.2 - 1TU Delft, The Netherlands & 2von Karman Institute for Fluid Dynamics, Belgium
    The least-squares spectral element method
  • NISHIKAWA, H. - University of Michigan, USA
    Higher-order discretization of diffusion terms in residual-distribution methods
  • DE PALMA, P.; PASCAZIO, G. ; ROSSIELLO, G. ; NAPOLITANO, M. - Politecnico di Bari, Italy Implicit third-order-accurate residual distribution schemes for unsteady hyperbolic problems
  • RICCHIUTO, M.1; VILLEDIEU, N.3; ABGRALL, R.1,2; DECONINCK, H.31INRIA Futurs, France & 2Institut Universitaire de France, France & 3von Karman Institute for Fluid Dynamics, Belgium
    High-order residual distribution schemes: discontinuity capturing crosswind dissipation and extension to advection-diffusion
  • SHU, C.-W. - Brown University, USA
    High order WENO schemes: basics, well balancedness, and residual distribution for steady states

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