How to solve the problem with the moving boundary?

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 January 14, 2003, 11:09 How to solve the problem with the moving boundary? #1 Splendy Guest   Posts: n/a Moving mesh? Or other method

 January 14, 2003, 16:52 Re: How to solve the problem with the moving bound #2 xueying Guest   Posts: n/a Is the boundary known or unknown? If it's known, I guess it's easier, otherwise, it's a big research area, you can find a lot of related papers.

 January 14, 2003, 17:34 Re: How to solve the problem with the moving bound #3 Danny Tandra Guest   Posts: n/a ALE (Arbitrary Lagrangian-Eularian) Method is the one that I used D

 January 15, 2003, 05:37 Re: How to solve the problem with the moving bound #4 splendy Guest   Posts: n/a Can you give me some reference paper,I can't find the most important paper,because I want to get the deep thought of it

 January 15, 2003, 07:19 Re: How to solve the problem with the moving bound #5 Dimitri Guest   Posts: n/a Check our website www.mcube.fr there are several papers in the publication section dealing with ALE problems and giving references. It is also briefly explained how ALE works in in the M-Explicit code description section. Cheers, Dimitri

 January 15, 2003, 12:54 Re: How to solve the problem with the moving bound #6 xueying Guest   Posts: n/a Valmor Fernandes de Almeida published one parper talking about domain deformation method. Don't remember which journal he published. At hand, I have two papers related with free surface flow written by P.R. Schunk and R. R. Rao and .... The journals are International journal for numerical methods in fluids, 2000, 33:375-403 Journal of computational physics 125, 83-103(1996)

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