ECCOMAS 2022

Technical Programme

08 June 2022  11:00 - 13:00   Add
Structure-Preserving Finite Element Methods in Computational Fluid Dynamics I

Minisymposium organized by Philip Lederer and Christian Merdon
MS142A
Room: O – 3
Chair: Philip Lederer
CoChair: Christian Merdon

Turbulence Modeling Approach for Exactly Mass-conserving Finite Element Methods
Xaver Mooslechner

A new projection method for Navier-stokes equations by using Raviart-thomas finite element
Giacomo Barbi, Andrea Chierici, Antonio Cervone, Valentina Giovacchini, Sandro Manservisi, Lucia Sirotti and Ruben Scardovelli

Finite element exterior calculus applied to incompressible Navier-Stokes equations
Marien-Lorenzo Hanot

A gradient-robust well-balanced scheme for the compressible Navier-Stokes problem
Christian Merdon

08 June 2022  14:00 - 16:00   Add
Structure-Preserving Finite Element Methods in Computational Fluid Dynamics II

Minisymposium organized by Philip Lederer and Christian Merdon
MS142B
Room: O – 3
Chair: Philip Lederer

Mass Conserving Mixed Stress-Strain rate Finite Element Methods for Non-Newtonian Fluid Simulations
Jan Ellmenreich and Philip L. Lederer

Comparison of different entropy stabilization techniques for discontinuous Galerkin spectral element methods
Johannes Markert and Gregor Gassner

A really pressure-robust virtual element method for the Stokes problem
Derk Frerichs-Mihov and Christian Merdon

Performance and Scalability of the CFD Solver CODA
Michael Wagner

A variational finite element discretization for compressible fluids
François Gay-Balmaz and Evan Gawlik

A geometric finite element method for MHD that preserves energy, cross-helicity, magnetic helicity, incompressibility, and div B = 0
Evan S. Gawlik and Francois Gay-Balmaz