A PARALLEL DYNAMIC-MESH LAGRANGIAN METHOD FOR SIMULATION OF FLOWS WITH DYNAMIC INTERFACES

@article{Antaki2000APD,
  title={A PARALLEL DYNAMIC-MESH LAGRANGIAN METHOD FOR SIMULATION OF FLOWS WITH DYNAMIC INTERFACES},
  author={James F. Antaki and Guy E. Blelloch and Omar Ghattas and Ivan Malcevic and Gary L. Miller and Noel Walkington},
  journal={ACM/IEEE SC 2000 Conference (SC'00)},
  year={2000},
  pages={26-26}
}
Many important phenomena in science and engineering, including our motivating problem of microstructural blood flow, can be modeled as flows with dynamic interfaces. The major challenge faced in simulating such flows is resolving the interfacial motion. Lagrangian methods are ideally suited for such problems, since interfaces are naturally represented and propagated. However, the material description of motion results in dynamic meshes, which become hopelessly distorted unless they are… CONTINUE READING

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