Second-Order Accurate Godunov Scheme for Multicomponent Flows on Moving Triangular Meshes

@article{Chen2008SecondOrderAG,
  title={Second-Order Accurate Godunov Scheme for Multicomponent Flows on Moving Triangular Meshes},
  author={Guoxian Chen and Huazhong Tang and Pingwen Zhang},
  journal={J. Sci. Comput.},
  year={2008},
  volume={34},
  pages={64-86}
}
This paper presents a second-order accurate adaptive Godunov method for twodimensional (2D) compressible multicomponent flows, which is an extension of the previous adaptive moving mesh method of Tang et al. (SIAM J. Numer. Anal. 41:487–515, 2003) to unstructured triangular meshes in place of the structured quadrangular meshes. The current algorithm solves the governing equations of 2D multicomponent flows and the finite-volume approximations of the mesh equations by a fully conservative… CONTINUE READING

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