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Mesh Generation

This project explored the solution of differential distance function equations on unstructured moving and overset meshes. Flow solutions using such grids are increasingly common. However, robust mesh generation still presents a significant challenge. This is especially so if use is made of hexahedral cells and the higher numerical fidelity that they provide. The differential equations explored will include the hyperbolic Eikonal, Hamilton-Jacobi and elliptic Poisson. Especial attention will be paid to the economical and accurate solution of these equations on moving, unstructured over-set grids with mixed element topologies using finite element, finite volume & boundary element methods.

4th Year Project Deadlines

Wednesday, 28th May 2014. Last day for handing in final reports to group centres.  Each student submits 2 copies plus an extra copy of their technical abstract, plus their log book or CD of electronic equivalent

Thursday, 29th May, Friday 30th May.  Group A project presentations, Hopkinson Laboratory, Hopkinson West Meeting Room and Whittle Laboratory.


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