A Mesh Adjustment Scheme for Embedded Boundaries
6 Concluding Remarks
A mesh adjustment scheme has been described in which a body-fitted multi-block mesh is locally adjusted to embedded boundaries that are not aligned with the mesh. This scheme allows for quick and robust mesh generation involving complex embedded boundaries. The viability of this scheme has been demonstrated for stationary and moving embedded boundaries involving inviscid flow. The application of block-based AMR allows for a more detailed representation of the embedded boundary and accurate resolution of flows having multiple scales. An accuracy assessment of viscous discretization operators on the adjusted mesh is currently under investigation.
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