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VKI LS 2010-01, 36th CFD/ADIGMA course on hp-adaptive and HP-multigrid methods, 1 volume, ISBN 978-2-930389-98-2

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36th CFD/ADIGMA course on hp-adaptive and HP-multigrid methods
Edited by H. Deconinck
VKI LS 2010-01, hardcover, 1 volume, ISBN 978-2-930389-98-2

The present proceedings are the second in a series of two Lecture Series organized in collaboration with the European Union targeted research project ADIGMA. The subject of this project was the development of adaptive higher order variational methods for aerospace applications.

Indeed, schemes with order of accuracy higher than two have become an important subject of research in CFD, and the perspective of application in industrial aeronautical context is realistic within the next decade.

The first Lectures Series proceedings 35th CFD/ADIGMA course, VKI-LS-2008-08 were concerned with the fundamentals and detailed discussion of higher order discretisation methods: Discontinuous Galerkin Finite Element Methods, Residual Distribution Methods; Spectral Element and Spectral Finite Volume / Finite Difference Methods.

The present proceedings of the 36th CFD/ADIGMA course focus on the technologies which are necessary to make the above mentioned higher order discretization schemes really efficient and robust: h-multigrid, p-multigrid, hp-multigrid and hp-adaptive mesh algorithms based on either mesh refining (h) or increasing the order (p) of the approximation. Other necessary ingredients that are discussed are residual based and goal oriented error estimators, as well as adaptive grid generation algorithms and grid generation for higher order curved elements. Applications are shown in the area of steady and unsteady (e.g. helicopter rotor) compressible aerodynamics.

The proceedings are oriented towards both junior and experienced engineers and researchers involved with CFD algorithm and code development, providing a balanced mix between introductory and advanced lectures.

Table of Contents

BASSI, F.1 & REBAY, S.21Università di Bergamo, Italy & 2Università di Brescia, Italy
P-multigrid for discontinuous Galerkin methods

BASSI, F.1 & REBAY, S.21Università di Bergamo, Italy & 2Università di Brescia, Italy
DG P-multigrid. Efficient solvers and complex applications

HARTMANN, R.1 & HOUSTON, P.21DLR, Germany & 2University of Nottingham, United Kingdom
Error estimation and adaptive mesh refinement for aerodynamic flows

GASSNER, G.; ALTMANN, C.; HINDENLANG, F.; STAUDENMEIER, M.; MUNZ, C.-D. – University of Stuttgart, Germany
Explicit discontinuous Galerkin schemes with adaptation in space and time

VAN DER VEGT, J.J.W. & RHEBERGEN, S. – University of Twente, The Netherlands
Multigrid optimization using discrete Fourier analysis

VAN DER VEN, H. – NLR, The Netherlands
Multi-time multi-grid techniques – Applications to helicopter rotor simulations

MAJEWSKI, J. – Warsaw University of Technology, Poland
Anisotropic adaptation for flow simulations in complex geometries

REMACLE, J.-F. – Université Catholique de Louvain, Belgium
Discontinuous Galerkin Methods : implementation issues - slides

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