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 Splendy January 14, 2003 11:09

How to solve the problem with the moving boundary?

Moving mesh? Or other method

 xueying January 14, 2003 16:52

Re: How to solve the problem with the moving bound

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.

 Danny Tandra January 14, 2003 17:34

Re: How to solve the problem with the moving bound

ALE (Arbitrary Lagrangian-Eularian) Method is the one that I used

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 splendy January 15, 2003 05:37

Re: How to solve the problem with the moving bound

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

 Dimitri January 15, 2003 07:19

Re: How to solve the problem with the moving bound

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

 xueying January 15, 2003 12:54

Re: How to solve the problem with the moving bound

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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