Provably second-order time-accurate loosely-coupled solution algorithms for transient nonlinear computational aeroelasticity

@inproceedings{Farhat2004ProvablyST,
  title={Provably second-order time-accurate loosely-coupled solution algorithms for transient nonlinear computational aeroelasticity},
  author={Charbel Farhat and Kristoffer G. van der Zee and Philippe Geuzaine},
  year={2004}
}
A methodology for designing formally second-order time-accurate and yet loosely-coupled partitioned procedures for the solution of nonlinear fluid–structure interaction (FSI) problems on moving grids is presented. Its key components are a fluid time-integrator that is provably second-order time-accurate on moving grids, the midpoint rule for advancing in time the solution of the structural dynamics equations of motion, a second-order structure predictor for bypassing the inner-iterations… CONTINUE READING
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