A Projection Method for Locally Re ned

  title={A Projection Method for Locally Re ned},
  author={GridsMichael L. MinionCourant},
  • GridsMichael L. MinionCourant
  • Published 1996
A numerical method for the solution of the two-dimensional Euler equations for incompressible ow on locally reened grids is presented. The method is a second order Godunov-projection method adapted from Bell, Colella, and Glaz. Second order accuracy of the numerical method in time and space is established through numerical experiments. The main contributions of this work concern the formulation and implementation of a projection for reened grids. A discussion of the adjointness relation between… CONTINUE READING


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