Forward facing step 2D

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Forward facing step 2D
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2010
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Silent film
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Freiburg

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The underlying physical experiment is a Mach 3 flow, coming from the left, through a tube with a forward facing step in 2D. In this video you can see the numerical solution of the compressible, timedependent Euler equations in 2D. The numerical scheme is a finite volume scheme on a dynamically, locally refined, irregular mesh.
Keywords Forward facing step conservation laws Euler equations Computational fluid mechanics
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