Adaptive time stepping for vesicle suspensions

@article{Quaife2014AdaptiveTS,
  title={Adaptive time stepping for vesicle suspensions},
  author={Bryan D. Quaife and George Biros},
  journal={J. Comput. Physics},
  year={2014},
  volume={306},
  pages={478-499}
}
We present an adaptive arbitrary-order accurate time-stepping numerical scheme for the flow of vesicles suspended in Stokesian fluids. Our scheme can be summarized as an approximate implicit spectral deferred correction (SDC) method. Applying a textbook fully implicit SDC scheme to vesicle flows is prohibitively expensive. For this reason we introduce several approximations. Our scheme is based on a semi-implicit linearized low-order time stepping method. (Our discretization is spectrally… CONTINUE READING

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