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42nd AIAA Aerospace Sciences Meeting and Exhibit
Adaptive, unstructured grid methods, in which the mesh is allowed to deform, and grid quality subsequently restored through localized coarsening and refinement, offer the potential of a more rapid, straightforward approach to generalized moving body problems. Automation of this mesh movement and quality correction strategy requires a close coupling with the flow solution process. With parallel simulations now common, parallel coarsening and refinement methods for moving meshes are needed. Indoi:10.2514/6.2004-1057 fatcat:mdfpooujfvbojjb7noj5ulmtoi