Numerical simulation of fully nonlinear regular and focused wave diffraction around a vertical cylinder using domain decomposition

@inproceedings{Bai2007NumericalSO,
  title={Numerical simulation of fully nonlinear regular and focused wave diffraction around a vertical cylinder using domain decomposition},
  author={Wei Bai and Rodney Eatock Taylor},
  year={2007}
}
Abstract The fully nonlinear regular and focused wave propagation and diffraction around a vertical circular cylinder in a numerical wave tank are investigated. The Mixed Eulerian–Lagrangian approach is used to update the moving boundary surfaces in a Lagrangian scheme, in which a higher-order boundary element method is applied to solve the wave field based on an Eulerian description at each time step. In order to increase the efficiency of the calculation, the domain decomposition technique is… CONTINUE READING

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