By Girault V., Glowinski R., Lopez H.
We learn the mistake of a fictitious-domain technique with boundary Lagrange multiplier. it truly is utilized to resolve a non-homogeneous regular incompressible Navier-Stokes challenge in a site with a multiply-connected boundary. the internal mesh within the fictitious area and the boundary mesh are autonomous, as much as a mesh-length ratio.
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A boundary multiplier/fictitious domain method for the steady incompressible Navier-Stokes equations by Girault V., Glowinski R., Lopez H.