Research note and Conference paper submissions for Julian Marcon

Research note and Conference paper submissions for Julian Marcon

Julian Marcon (ESR 4 from Imperial College London) presented a research note at the 26th International Meshing Roundtable (18-21 September 2017, Barcelona).

IMRTitle: A variational approach to high-order r-adaptation
Authors: Julian Marcon, Michael Turner, David Moxey, Spencer, A. Sherwin, Joaquim Peiró

The research note will focus on the extension of the variational framework, initially developed for high-order mesh optimisation, to r-adaptation.

Julian Marcon will also be presenting at the AIAA SciTech 2018 Conference (8-12 January 2018, Florida).

AIAATitle: High-order curvilinear hybrid mesh generation for CFD simulations.
Authors: Joaquim Peiró, Spencer J. Sherwin, Julian Marcon, Michael Turner, David Moxey, Mark Gammon, Claire R., Pollard, Henry Bucklow

The conference paper will focus on the difficulties in producing high-order curvilinear meshes and the innovative hybrid approach employed for the mesh generation.

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Universidad Politecnica de Madrid Imperial College London Katholieke Universiteit Leuven University of Cambridge Office National d'Etudes et de Recherches Aerospatiales Deutsches Zentrum für Luft– und Raumfahrt Von Karman Institute Numerical Mechanics Applications Airbus Operations KTH