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dav December 22, 2006 13:24

deforming meshes
 
hi,

is there some kind of remeshing after several timesteps when using deforming meshes or is there just deformation, so that one can use this method only for oscillatory movement? does anybody know a good paper where I can read about this?

david

versi December 25, 2006 09:39

Re: deforming meshes
 
It seems that transfinite interpolation can be used for deforming meshes. but I am not sure which AIAA paper has detail.


zonexo December 26, 2006 01:12

Re: deforming meshes
 
If u are using structured grids, u can check out "Unsteady flow calculations with a multi-block moving mesh algorithm" AIAA-2000-1002. Its arc-based TFI is much faster and higher quality compared to Batina's spring mtd. Hope it helps.


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