|July 6, 2007, 23:53||
Help for 3 overlapping grids in overset
I've read quite a few paper on overset applications involving 1-2 structured o/c-grids with 1 background cartesian grid. The o/c-grids usually do not overlap.
Have anyone succesfully used 3 overlapping grids? ie 2 o/c-grids overlap each other, and they overlap with the background grid.
Supposed there's 2 c-grids of similar density overlapping partially, and a background grid. How should the "holes, donors" be selected that gives the best accuracy/convergence?
Or is it easier to have 1 background cartesian grid, 1 big c-grid, whereby it is fully inside the cartesian grid, and a small c-grid fully inside the previous big c-grid. Will that be better?
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