Engineering Analysis and Design with ALE-VMS and Space–Time Methods

Kenji Takizawa, Yuri Bazilevs, Tayfun E. Tezduyar, Ming Chen Hsu, Ole Øiseth, Kjell M. Mathisen, Nikolay Kostov, Spenser McIntyre

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    Flow problems with moving boundaries and interfaces include fluid–structure interaction (FSI) and a number of other classes of problems, have an important place in engineering analysis and design, and offer some formidable computational challenges. Bringing solution and analysis to them motivated the Deforming-Spatial-Domain/Stabilized Space–Time (DSD/SST) method and also the variational multiscale version of the Arbitrary Lagrangian–Eulerian method (ALE-VMS). Since their inception, these two methods and their improved versions have been applied to a diverse set of challenging problems with a common core computational technology need. The classes of problems solved include free-surface and two-fluid flows, fluid–object and fluid–particle interaction, FSI, and flows with solid surfaces in fast, linear or rotational relative motion. Some of the most challenging FSI problems, including parachute FSI, wind-turbine FSI and arterial FSI, are being solved and analyzed with the DSD/SST and ALE-VMS methods as core technologies. Better accuracy and improved turbulence modeling were brought with the recently-introduced VMS version of the DSD/SST method, which is called DSD/SST-VMST (also ST-VMS). In specific classes of problems, such as parachute FSI, arterial FSI, ship hydrodynamics, fluid–object interaction, aerodynamics of flapping wings, and wind-turbine aerodynamics and FSI, the scope and accuracy of the FSI modeling were increased with the special ALE-VMS and ST FSI techniques targeting each of those classes of problems. This article provides an overview of the core ALE-VMS and ST FSI techniques, their recent versions, and the special ALE-VMS and ST FSI techniques. It also provides examples of challenging problems solved and analyzed in parachute FSI, arterial FSI, ship hydrodynamics, aerodynamics of flapping wings, wind-turbine aerodynamics, and bridge-deck aerodynamics and vortex-induced vibrations.

    Original languageEnglish
    Pages (from-to)481-508
    Number of pages28
    JournalArchives of Computational Methods in Engineering
    Volume21
    Issue number4
    DOIs
    Publication statusPublished - 2014

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    Engineering Analysis and Design with ALE-VMS and Space–Time Methods. / Takizawa, Kenji; Bazilevs, Yuri; Tezduyar, Tayfun E.; Hsu, Ming Chen; Øiseth, Ole; Mathisen, Kjell M.; Kostov, Nikolay; McIntyre, Spenser.

    In: Archives of Computational Methods in Engineering, Vol. 21, No. 4, 2014, p. 481-508.

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    Takizawa, Kenji ; Bazilevs, Yuri ; Tezduyar, Tayfun E. ; Hsu, Ming Chen ; Øiseth, Ole ; Mathisen, Kjell M. ; Kostov, Nikolay ; McIntyre, Spenser. / Engineering Analysis and Design with ALE-VMS and Space–Time Methods. In: Archives of Computational Methods in Engineering. 2014 ; Vol. 21, No. 4. pp. 481-508.
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