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|Title:||H-adaptivity and honest GFEM for advection-dominated transport|
|Publisher:||Taylor & Francis|
|Citation:||Numerical Heat Transfer, Part B: Fundamentals, 41 (3-4): pp. 339 - 359, (2002)|
|Abstract:||A standard two-dimensional Galerkin nite-element method (GFEM) code for coupled Navier–Stokes and energy equations is used with h-adaptive meshing based on a posteriori error estimation using the superconvergent patch recovery technique for solving a range of advection-dominated transport problems. It is demonstrated that such a method provides a highly effective, simple, and ef cient way of dealing with the perennial problems in numerical modeling of advection-dominated transport, such as oscillations or wiggles with central difference-type discretizations (such as GFEM) and numerical (‘‘false’’) diffusion when wiggle-suppressant schemes are used. Additionally, the auto-adaptive nite-element method provides a powerful means of achieving optimal solutions without having to prede ne a mesh, which may be either inadequate or too expensive. A number of benchmark problems are presented as application examples for this method before solving a problem of natural convection in an air- lled cavity with various orientations, for which experimental results are available.|
|Appears in Collections:||Dept of Mechanical Aerospace and Civil Engineering Research Papers|
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