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Extrapolated DIscontinuity Tracking for complex 2D shock interactions

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Abstract

A new shock-tracking technique that avoids re-meshing the computational grid around the moving shock-front was recently proposed by the authors [1]. This paper describes further algorithmic improvements which make the extrapolated Discontinuity Tracking Technique (eDIT) capable of dealing with complex shock-topologies featuring shock-shock and shock-wall interactions. Various test-cases are included to describe the key features of the methodology and prove its order-of-convergence properties.

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hal-03518701 , version 1 (10-01-2022)

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Mirco Ciallella, Mario Ricchiuto, Renato Paciorri, Aldo Bonfiglioli. Extrapolated DIscontinuity Tracking for complex 2D shock interactions. 2021. ⟨hal-03518701⟩
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