Research Project D02

Parallel numerical coupling methods for interface problems


The aim of the project is to provide technical and numerical methods for the coupling of free flow and porous-media flow at the REV (representative elementary volume) scale. This involves the development of sophisticated methods in three basic coupling components: (i) iterative solvers ensuring a fast convergence towards the correct solution of the coupled system, (ii) data mapping between different discretisations used in the computational components of the simulation environ-ment, and (iii) point-to-point communication between several parallel codes.

Publications in Project D02

  1. Jaust, A., Weishaupt, K., Mehl, M., & Flemisch, B. (2020). Partitioned Coupling Schemes for Free-Flow and Porous-Media Applications with Sharp Interfaces. In R. Klöfkorn, E. Keilegavlen, F. A. Radu, & J. Fuhrmann (Eds.), Finite Volumes for Complex Applications IX - Methods, Theoretical Aspects, Examples (pp. 605--613). Springer International Publishing.

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Miriam Mehl

Principal Investigator, Research Project D02

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