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TITLE Iterative Solvers for Discretized Stationary Euler Equations
AUTHORS Bernhard Pollul, Arnold Reusken
ABSTRACT In this paper we treat subjects which are relevant in the context of iterative methods in implicit time integration for compressible flow simulations. We present a novel renumbering technique, some strategies for choosing the time step in the implicit time integration, and a novel implementation of a matrix-free evaluation for matrix-vector products. For the linearized compressible Euler equations, we present various comparative studies within the QUADFLOW package concerning preconditioning techniques, ordering methods, time stepping strategies, and different implementations of the matrix-vector product. The main goal is to improve efficiency and robustness of the iterative method used in the flow solver.
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DOI 10.1007/978-3-642-04088-7
PUBLICATION Summary of flow modulation and fluid-structure interaction findings:
results of the Collaborative Resarch Center SFB 410 at the RWTH Aachen University, Aachen, Germany, 1997 - 2008 / Wolfgang Schröder (ed.)

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