Adigma – a European Project on the Development of Adaptive Higher Order Variational Methods for Aerospace Applications

  title={Adigma – a European Project on the Development of Adaptive Higher Order Variational Methods for Aerospace Applications},
  author={Norbert Kroll},
Computational Fluid Dynamics is a key enabler for meeting the strategic goals of future air transportation. However, the limitations of today’s numerical tools reduce the scope of innovation in aircraft development, keeping aircraft design at a conservative level. Within the 3 Call of the 6 European Research Framework Programme, the strategic target research project ADIGMA has been initiated. The goal of ADIGMA is the development and utilization of innovative adaptive higher-order methods for… CONTINUE READING
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