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30 Years of FCT: Status and Directions

  • Rainald Löhner
  • Joseph D. Baum
Part of the Scientific Computation book series (SCIENTCOMP)

Summary

A somewhat historical perspective of the use of FCT for fluid dynamics is given. The particular emphasis is on large-scale blast problems. A comparison with other high-resolution CFD solvers is included to highlight the differences between them, as well as the relative cost. Results from test runs, as well as several relevant production runs are shown. Outstanding issues that deserve further investigation are identified.

Keywords

Shock Tube Riemann Problem Unstructured Grid Contact Discontinuity High Order Scheme 
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Authors and Affiliations

  • Rainald Löhner
    • 1
  • Joseph D. Baum
    • 2
  1. 1.School of Computational Sciences, MS 4C7George Mason UniversityFairfaxUSA
  2. 2.Advanced Technology Group SAICMcLeanUSA

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