By Hans-Joachim Bungartz, Michael Schäfer

This quantity within the sequence Lecture Notes in Computational technological know-how and Engineering provides a set of papers provided on the overseas Workshop on FSI, held in October 2005 in Hohenwart and arranged through DFG's learn Unit 493 "FSI: Modeling, Simulation, and Optimization". The papers deal with partitioned and monolithic coupling methods, methodical concerns and purposes, and talk about FSI from the mathematical, informatics, and engineering issues of view.

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However, in problems with curvilinear domain boundaries, we must ensure that the refined meshes provide a progressively more accurate representation of the exact boundary shape. In order to achieve this, oomph-lib requires domains with curvilinear boundaries to be represented by objects that are derived from the abstract base class Domain. All specific Domain objects decompose an “exact” domain into a number of macro elements which must have the same topology and be parametrised by the same set of local coordinates as the geometric finite elements in the coarse initial mesh, as illustrated in Fig.

Meshes consisting of quad or brick elements). The adaptation involves the following specific steps: 1. Compute an error estimate for all elements in the mesh. This task is performed by a specific ErrorEstimator object. Error estimation in the two examples shown above was performed with oomph-lib’s Z2ErrorEstimator which provides an implementation of Zhu & Zienkiewicz’s flux recovery procedure [7]. 2. Select all elements whose error estimate exceeds (or falls below) certain user-specified thresholds for refinement (or unrefinement).

To begin, consider the 2D Poisson problem ∇2 u = 1 in Dfish subject to u = 0 on ∂Dfish , (8) where Df ish is the fish-shaped domain, shown in Fig. 7(a). The “fish body” is bounded by two circular arcs of radius R, whose centres are located at (Xc , ±Yc ); the remaining domain boundaries are straight lines. The plots in Figs. 7(b-e) show contours of the solution, computed on the meshes that are generated at successive stages of the fully-automatic mesh-adaptation process. Note that oomph-lib requires only the provision of a very coarse initial mesh, here containing just four nine-node quad elements of type QPoissonElement<2,3>.

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