Shifted shock-fitting: a new paradigm to handle shock waves for Euler equations

Abstract : A novel shock-fitting technique, named "shifted shock-fitting", has been implemented on two-dimensional unstructured grids to deal with shocks by treating them as they were immersed boundary. The new algorithm is aimed at coupling a floating shock-fitting technique with the shifted boundary method, so far introduced only to simulate flows with embedded boundaries.
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Mirco Ciallella, Mario Ricchiuto, Renato Paciorri, Aldo Bonfiglioli. Shifted shock-fitting: a new paradigm to handle shock waves for Euler equations. AIDAA 2019 - XXV International congress of the Italian association of aeronautics and astronautics, Sep 2019, Rome, Italy. ⟨hal-02292439⟩

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