An immersed interface method for the vortex-in-cell algorithm

@article{Walther2002AnII,
  title={An immersed interface method for the vortex-in-cell algorithm},
  author={Jens Honor{\'e} Walther and Guido Morgenthal},
  journal={Journal of Turbulence},
  year={2002},
  volume={3},
  pages={39}
}
The paper presents a two-dimensional immersed interface technique for the vortex-in-cell (VIC) method for the simulation of flows past complex geometries. The particle-mesh VIC algorithm is augmented by a local particle-particle (PP) correction term in a particle-particle particle-mesh (PPPM) context to resolve sub-grid scales incurred by the presence of the immersed interface. The PP correction furthermore allows mesh and particle resolution to be disjoined by explicitly resolving sub-grid… 
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