A Computational Differential Geometry Approach to Grid by Vladimir D. Liseikin

By Vladimir D. Liseikin

The strategy of breaking apart a actual area into smaller sub-domains, referred to as meshing, enables the numerical resolution of partial differential equations used to simulate actual platforms. In an up-to-date and multiplied moment variation, this monograph supplies an in depth therapy in accordance with the numerical resolution of inverted Beltramian and diffusion equations with admire to observe metrics for producing either established and unstructured grids in domain names and on surfaces.

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Each coordinate transformation x(e) defines, in the domain xn, new coordinates ~n which are called the curvilinear coordinates. e, ... 1 Jacobi Matrix The matrix J = ( OXi) o~j , i, j = 1, ... , n , is referred to as the Jacobi matrix, and its Jacobian is designated by J: J OXi) , = det ( o~j i,j=l,···,n. The inverse transformation to the coordinate mapping x(e) is denoted by V. D. Liseikin, A Computational Differential Geometry Approach to Grid Generation © Springer-Verlag Berlin Heidelberg 2004 34 2.

N, is equal to 1/ J. Thus both the base normal vectors and the base tangential vectors X~i have the same right-handed or left-handed orientation. e. Ve e, ... X~j=p(e)J;, then for each fixed i i,j=I,···,n, = 1, ... , n the vector p(e)~O V~i is parallel to X~i. 4 Representation of Vectors Through the Base Vectors If there are n independent vectors aI, ... , an of the Euclidean space Rn then any vector b with components b1 , ... , bn in the Cartesian basis e1, ... 7) (Fig. 3). 6) and later, unless otherwise noted, a popular geometric index convention that a summation is carried out over repeated indices in a product or single term, namely, a sign L is understood whenever an index is repeated in the aforesaid cases.

The use of generalized Laplace equations to generate surface grids was proposed by Warsi (1982), in analogy with the widely utilized Laplace grid generator of Crowley (1962) and Winslow (1967). Warsi (1990) has also justified these equations by using some fundamental results of differential geometry. A surface grid generation scheme that uses a quasi-two-dimensional elliptic system, obtained by projecting the inverted three-dimensional Laplace system, to generate grids on smooth surfaces analytically specified by the equation z = f(x, y) was proposed by Thomas (1982).

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