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Adjoint Optimization combined with mesh morphing for CFD applications

@inproceedings{Clarich2018AdjointOC,
  title={Adjoint Optimization combined with mesh morphing for CFD applications},
  author={A. Clarich and L. Battaglia and Enrico Nobile and M. E. Biancolini and U. Cella},
  year={2018}
}
  • A. Clarich, L. Battaglia, +2 authors U. Cella
  • Published 2018
  • Adjoint techniques are efficient optimization methods in terms of accuracy of results and short computational cost, but normally are limited to in-house simulation codes, that allow the calculation of partial derivatives of the observable quantities within the model simulation. Quite recently, some CAE packages introduced this capability within their solvers. This is the case of ANSYS Fluent, which makes available the derivatives of a given observable (objective) as a function of mesh points… CONTINUE READING

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