Volume 15, Issue 5
An Accurate Cartesian Method for Incompressible Flows with Moving Boundaries

M. Bergmann, J. Hovnanian & A. Iollo

Commun. Comput. Phys., 15 (2014), pp. 1266-1290.

Published online: 2014-05

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An accurate cartesian method is devised to simulate incompressible viscous flows past an arbitrary moving body. The Navier-Stokes equations are spatially discretized onto a fixed Cartesian mesh. The body is taken into account via the ghost-cell method and the so-called penalty method, resulting in second-order accuracy in velocity. The accuracy and the efficiency of the solver are tested through two-dimensional reference simulations. To show the versatility of this scheme we simulate a threedimensional self propelled jellyfish prototype.

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An accurate cartesian method is devised to simulate incompressible viscous flows past an arbitrary moving body. The Navier-Stokes equations are spatially discretized onto a fixed Cartesian mesh. The body is taken into account via the ghost-cell method and the so-called penalty method, resulting in second-order accuracy in velocity. The accuracy and the efficiency of the solver are tested through two-dimensional reference simulations. To show the versatility of this scheme we simulate a threedimensional self propelled jellyfish prototype.

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An accurate cartesian method is devised to simulate incompressible viscous flows past an arbitrary moving body. The Navier-Stokes equations are spatially discretized onto a fixed Cartesian mesh. The body is taken into account via the ghost-cell method and the so-called penalty method, resulting in second-order accuracy in velocity. The accuracy and the efficiency of the solver are tested through two-dimensional reference simulations. To show the versatility of this scheme we simulate a threedimensional self propelled jellyfish prototype.

M. Bergmann, J. Hovnanian & A. Iollo. (2020). An Accurate Cartesian Method for Incompressible Flows with Moving Boundaries. Communications in Computational Physics. 15 (5). 1266-1290. doi:10.4208/cicp.220313.111013a
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