Effect of Mesh Quality on Flux Reconstruction in Multi-dimensions

@article{Trojak2020EffectOM,
  title={Effect of Mesh Quality on Flux Reconstruction in Multi-dimensions},
  author={Will Trojak and Rob Watson and A. Scillitoe and Paul G. Tucker},
  journal={Journal of Scientific Computing},
  year={2020},
  volume={82},
  pages={1-36}
}
Theoretical methods are developed to understand the effect of non-uniform grids on Flux Reconstruction (FR) in multi-dimensions. A better theoretical understanding of the effect of wave angle and grid deformation is established. FR is shown to have a smaller variation in properties than some finite difference counterparts. Subsequent numerical experiments on the Taylor–Green Vortex with jittered elements show the effect of localised regions of expansion and contraction. The effect this had on… 

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