Local Mesh Enrichment for a Block Structured 3D Euler Solver
This article summarizes the work completed at C.E.R.F.A.C.S. in sub-task 2.5 of the BRITE/EURAM EuroMesh project concerning the mesh embedding method. An unstructured multi-block data environment is introduced to manage point enrichment on multiple levels for three-dimensional structured meshes. The local grid refinement technique has been incorporated into a finite volume program that solves the Euler equations. Flow adaption is utilized to cluster points automatically in domains of interest.
KeywordsTotal Pressure Loss Delta Wing Local Refinement Hanging Node Global Mesh
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