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Flux-Corrected Transport

Principles, Algorithms, and Applications

Kuzmin, Dmitri, Löhner, Rainald, Turek, Stefan (Eds.)

2nd ed. 2012, XX, 452 p.

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  • Offers a step-by-step guide to numerical simulations of complex transport phenomena
  • Provides an in-depth presentation of modern FCT algorithms and underlying design criteria
  • Publishes as the second edition of a successful volume, now with new generalizations supported by mathematical theory and physical principles
  • As a self-contained text it is aimed at readers with diverse backgrounds and research interests

Many modern high-resolution schemes for Computational Fluid Dynamics trace their origins to the Flux-Corrected Transport (FCT) paradigm. FCT maintains monotonicity using a nonoscillatory low-order scheme to determine the bounds for a constrained high-order approximation. This book begins with historical notes by J.P. Boris and D.L. Book who invented FCT in the early 1970s. The chapters that follow describe the design of fully multidimensional FCT algorithms for structured and unstructured grids, limiting for systems of conservation laws, and the use of FCT as an implicit subgrid scale model. The second edition presents 200 pages of additional material. The main highlights of the three new chapters include: FCT-constrained interpolation for Arbitrary Lagrangian-Eulerian methods, an optimization-based approach to flux correction, and FCT simulations of high-speed flows on overset grids. Addressing students and researchers, as well as CFD practitioners, the book is focused on computational aspects and contains many numerical examples.

Content Level » Research

Keywords » Acceleration Explicit Solvers - Algebraic flux correction Finite Elements - Computational Fluid Dynamics - Convection Dominated Flows - Flux Corrected Interpolation Remapping - Flux Corrected Transport - High Resolution Schemes - Hyperbolic Conservation Laws - Implicit Subgrid Scale Model for Large Eddy - Simulations - Turbulence Model

Related subjects » Classical Continuum Physics - Computational Intelligence and Complexity - Computational Science & Engineering - Theoretical, Mathematical & Computational Physics

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