Minisymposium (ID: SS-HOMCFD)
High-Order Methods in Computational Fluid Dynamics
Organizers: Lilia Krivodonova (UW) and Hans De Sterck (UW)
High-order methods provide an appealing approach for solution of complex problems in computational fluid dynamics. High-order methods are more efficient in terms of accuracy per degree of freedom or amount of computation. However, achieving the full potential of these schemes for nonlinear problems in complex geometries in the presence of shocks and other nonlinearities is challenging. This minisymposium will address recent developments in this area both from analytical and computational points of view.
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