Thursday July 28/3:15
Grid Generation Methods and Applications to Complex Modeling Problems (Part 1 of 2)
Numerical grid generation is an important aspect of developing numerical solutions to practical engineering problems involving the solution of large systems of differential equations posed in complex geometries. The speakers in this minisymposium will present recent developments in grid generation, including basic algorithms, applications to finite difference schemes, and implementations in modern computer architectures. (For part 2, see MS52.)
Organizers: Jose E. Castillo
San Diego State University, and
Ecodynamics Research Associates, Albuquerque
(For part 2, see MS52.)
- 3:15: Direct Optimization Grids.
Jose E. Castillo, Co-organizer
- 3:45: Numerical Solution of a Stratified Fluid Past a Cylinder.
Jose E. Castillo, Co-organizer; Carlos R. Torres, and Jose Ochoa, CICESE, Mexico
- 4:15: An Adaptive Moving Grid Method.
Guojun Gordon Liao, University of Texas, Arlington
- 4:45: Parallel Discrete Variational Grid Generation.
Jose E. Castillo, Co-organizer; and John Richardson, NRAD, San Diego