Smooth Delaunay-Voronoï Dual Meshes for Co-Volume Integration Schemes

@inproceedings{Sazonov2006SmoothDD,
  title={Smooth Delaunay-Vorono{\"i} Dual Meshes for Co-Volume Integration Schemes},
  author={Igor Sazonov and Oubay Hassan and Kenneth Morgan and Nigel P. Weatherill},
  booktitle={IMR},
  year={2006}
}
Yee’s scheme for the solution of the Maxwell equations [1] and the MAC algorithm for the solution of the Navier–Stokes equations [2] are examples of co-volume solution techniques. Co-volume methods, which are staggered in both time and space, exhibit a high degree of computationally efficiency, in terms of both CPU and memory requirements compared to, for example, a finite element time domain method (FETD). The co-volume method for electromagnetic (EM) waves has the additional advantage of… CONTINUE READING
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