A numerical approach for fluid deformable surfaces

@article{Reuther2020ANA,
  title={A numerical approach for fluid deformable surfaces},
  author={Sebastian Reuther and Ingo Nitschke and Axel Voigt},
  journal={Journal of Fluid Mechanics},
  year={2020},
  volume={900}
}
Abstract Fluid deformable surfaces show a solid–fluid duality which establishes a tight interplay between tangential flow and surface deformation. We derive the governing equations as a thin film limit and provide a general numerical approach for their solution. The simulation results demonstrate the rich dynamics resulting from this interplay, where, in the presence of curvature, any shape change is accompanied by a tangential flow and, vice versa, the surface deforms due to tangential flow… 

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