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Overview

Scientific computing, which involves the analysis of complex systems in real applications with numerical simulations, is becoming an important field of research in itself, in relation to theoretical investigations and physical experiments. In many cases, the underlying mathematical models consist of large systems of partial differential equations, which have to be solved with high accuracy and efficiency. Among the successful methods, in particular for discretizations on unstructured grids, are the Finite Volume schemes.

This publication contains the contributions presented at the third Symposium on Finite Volumes for Complex Applications, held in Porquerolles in June 2002. After a critical review of the submitted papers, 96 papers by authors from more than 20 countries are presented in this volume. The subject of these papers ranges from theoretical and numerical results such as theoretical foundation and validation, adaptivity in space and time, higher order discretization and parallelization, to physical applications, such as multiphase flow and flows through porous media, magnetohydrodynamics, reacting and turbulent flows, elastic structures, granular avalanches, and image processing.
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781903996348
  • Publisher: ISTE/Hermes Science Publishing
  • Publication date: 1/28/2003
  • Pages: 850
  • Product dimensions: 6.44 (w) x 9.08 (h) x 1.37 (d)

Table of Contents

Preface 13
A posteriori error estimates for general numerical methods for Hamilton-Jacobi equations. Part II: the time-dependent case 17
The one-step [actual symbol not reproducible]-method for spatially stabilized finite volume discretizations of parabolic equations 25
A posteriori error estimates for higher order Godunov finite volume methods on unstructured meshes 41
Two-phase flow in porous media and finite volume schemes 65
Discontinuous Galerkin method: compromise between FV and FE schemes 81
Oriented characteristics methods for a class of nonhomogeneous hyperbolic systems 97
Wave-propagation methods and software for complex applications 107
Adaptive multiresolution schemes 119
Behavior of the finite volumes schemes in material and numerical interfaces 139
Error estimates on the approximate finite volume solution of non linear convection diffusion equations 147
Finite volume scheme on non matching grids. Applications to domain decomposition methods 155
A finite volume scheme for the drift diffusion equations for semiconductors 163
The finite volume element method in nonconvex polygonal domains 171
FV-schemes for a scalar model problem of radiation magnetohydrodynamics 179
L[superscript p] Estimates of convergence for finite volume approximation of linear advection on arbitrary grids 187
A finite volume scheme for noncoercive Dirichlet problems with right-hand sides in H[superscript -1] 195
Petrov-Galerkin finite volume 203
Coupling nonlinear hyperbolic systems: mathematical and numerical analysis 211
A FV scheme for Maxwell's equations 219
A mathematical comparison of two finite volume methods for two-phase flow in porous media 227
A new mixed finite volume method 235
Domain decomposition with Robin interface conditions on non-matching grids using finite volume method 243
The convergence of some numerical schemes for the shallow water equations with a singular source term 253
The reservoir scheme for systems of conservation laws 261
Analysis and validation of a new finite volume scheme for nonhomogeneous systems 269
Grid aligned h-box methods for conservation laws in complex geometries 277
Polygonal reconstructions and limiting strategies in finite volume approximations 285
A new relaxation method for the compressible Navier-Stokes equations 293
On finite volume discretization of elliptic interface problems 301
A simple level set numerical scheme for unstructured meshes 309
A multilevel FIC projection method for low march natural convection flows 317
A box scheme for convection-diffusion equations 325
A higher order scheme based on the finite volume approach 333
Flux boundary conditions for hyperbolic systems of conservations laws in the finite volume framework 341
The use of approximate solutions for limiting with first order hyperbolic conservation laws 349
Generalized call-centered finite volume methods for flow in porous media with fault 357
Central-upwind schemes for balance laws. Application to the Broadwell model 365
Finite volume-based Lattice Boltzmann method for general grids 373
Finite volume scheme for a parabolic equation on an unstructured mesh 381
Multidimensional bicharacteristic finite volume methods for the shallow water equations 389
Quadratic reconstruction on arbitrary polygonal grids for 2nd-order conservation laws 397
High order finite volume schemes. Application to non-linear elasticity problems 405
Extension of second order Godunov mixed methods from triangles to tetrahedra 413
Multidimensional upwind and source terms in inhomoeneous conservation laws: the scalar case 421
Analysis and approximation of a scalar conservation law with a flux function with discontinuous coefficients 429
High-order monotonicity-preserving schemes for linear advection on 2D irregular meshes 437
An efficient spectral (finite) volume method for conservation laws on unstructured grids 445
Finite volume simulations of cavitating flows 455
An implicit finite volume scheme for unsteady flows in deformable pipe-lines 463
A two-layer numerical model for flows through channels with irregular geometry: application to the water exchange through the Strait of Gibraltar 471
A general structure of numerical schemes for non homogeneous shallow water equations 479
A new unstructured algorithm based on the volume of fluid method for tracking material interfaces in a finite-volume framework 487
A TVD Lagrange plus remap scheme for the simulation of two-fluid flows 495
Fluid modelling of buffer and processing systems, finite volume discretization 503
Heat and mass transfer in microwave processing of moist biomaterials 511
Numerical simulations of heat transfer and flow in a refrigerator thermoacoustic cell using low mach number equations 519
EDGE, a Navier-Stokes solver for unstructured grids 527
Multi-lithology stratigraphic model under maximum erosion rate constraint 535
A new fault model in geological basin modelling. Application of finite volume scheme and domain decomposition methods 543
Multiphysics systems solution by time-implicit Voronoi box finite volumes 551
Approximation by finite volume schemes of a two-fluid two-pressure model for two-phase flow 559
A finite volume scheme for surfactant driven thin film flow 567
Divergence cleaning in finite volume computations for electromagnetic wave propagations 575
An Osher-type and level-set scheme for two-fluid flow computations 583
A Godunov-type scheme with moving with grids for simulating the dynamics of granular avalanches 591
Interface method and finite volumes: two-dimensional acoustic example 599
Fluid-structure interaction in the basilar artery 607
Numerical simulation of multiphase flow with an elliptic oriented fractional step method 615
Wildfire propagation modeling using a high order finite volume method 623
Computations of instabilities in complex fluid mechanic problems using efficient finite volume methods 631
Coupling Navier-Stokes and thermal equations through a reacting interface 639
A multidimensional finite volume method with physical variables implicitation - Application to two-phase flows 647
Slight compressible effects for flows around circular cylinders at high temperature ratios 655
A finite volume approach to geometrically non-linear stress analysis 663
Numerical methods to evaluate radioactive elements migration in porous media; application to nuclear waste disposal studies 671
Finite volume approach to computation of elastic plates and their interaction with fluid flows 679
The No Pressure Wave (NPW) model: application to oil and gas transport 687
Numerical solution of radiative transfer problems with finite volumes 695
A finite volume method designed for error analysis 705
A finite volume time-domain method for the solution of Maxwell's equations on locally refined grids 713
Performance comparison of multidimensional upwind residual distribution and dimensionally split finite volume roe schemes on the steady solution of conservation laws 721
Some refined finite volume methods for elliptic problems with corner singularities 729
Second and third order weighted ENO scheme on unstructured meshes 737
True rate of convergence of some upwinding finite volume schemes for Euler equations 745
A posteriori error estimate for finite volume approximations of convection diffusion problems 753
A partitioning parallel procedure for numerical simulation of gas flow in a cyclone separator 761
A multiblock multigrid AMR method in 3D using a MUSCL or a discontinuous Galerkin approach 769
An error indicator for cell-centered finite volumes for linear convection-diffusion problems 777
LES and DNS of transition in the compressed Taylor vortex flow using a finite volume/finite element method 785
On the resolution and stability of central difference schemes 793
Parallel implicit multiblock computations of inductive plasma flows 801
FV method with characteristic flux: influence of the geometrical aspect of control volumes 809
Validation of a RANS solver on capturing blade-tip vortices of a marine propeller 817
Effects of numerical methods on comparisons between experiments and simulations of shock-accelerated mixing 825
A fully adaptative multiresolution scheme for 3D reaction-diffusion equations 833
The application of free-surface techniques to metal forming processes 841
Authors index 849
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