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IMMERSED VOLUME METHOD WITH ANISOTROPIC MESH ADAPTATION AND TIME-STEPPING CONTROL FOR FLUID STRUCTURE INTERACTION AND HEAT TRANSFER APPLICATIONS

Abstract : Key words: fluid structure interactions, anisotropic mesh adaptation, time adaptation, monolothic approach, incompressible flows, heat transfer, stabilized finite element methods. Figure 1: Streamlines' distribution inside an industrial furnace and around heated ingots. This paper presents advancements toward a monolithic approach with anisotropic mesh adaptation and time-stepping control for the numerical resolution of fluid structure interaction applications with complex geometries. A stabilized finite element method [3, 4] is used to numerically solve time-dependent, three-dimensional, conjugate heat transfer and turbulent fluid flows.The proposed immersed volume method with the anisotropic mesh adaptation ensures an accurate capturing of the discontinuities at the fluid-solid interfaces and provides a homogeneous physical and thermodynamic properties for each
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G Jannoun, Elie Hachem, J Veysset, T Coupez. IMMERSED VOLUME METHOD WITH ANISOTROPIC MESH ADAPTATION AND TIME-STEPPING CONTROL FOR FLUID STRUCTURE INTERACTION AND HEAT TRANSFER APPLICATIONS. 11th World Congress on Computational Mechanics, 2014, Barcelona, Spain. ⟨hal-01442695⟩

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