Recent Enhancements To The FUN3D Flow Solver For Moving-Mesh Applications

@inproceedings{Biedron2009RecentET,
  title={Recent Enhancements To The FUN3D Flow Solver For Moving-Mesh Applications},
  author={Robert T. Biedron and James L. Thomas},
  year={2009}
}
An unsteady Reynolds-averaged Navier-Stokes solver for unstructured grids has been extended to handle general mesh movement involving rigid, deforming, and overset meshes. Mesh deformation is achieved through analogy to elastic media by solving the linear elasticity equations. A general method for specifying the motion of moving bodies within the mesh has been implemented that allows for inherited motion through parent-child relationships, enabling simulations involving multiple moving bodies… CONTINUE READING

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