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A 2D compact fourth-order projection decomposition method. (English) Zbl 1087.76083
Summary: A 2D fourth-order compact direct scheme projection decomposition method for solving incompressible viscous flows in multi-connected rectangular domains is devised. In each subdomain, the governing Navier-Stokes equations are discretized by using fourth-order compact schemes in space and second-order scheme in time. The coupling between subdomains is based on a direct non-overlapping multidomain method: it allows to solve each Helmholtz/Poisson problem resulting of a projection method in complex geometries. The major difficulty of the Poisson-Neumann problem solvability is addressed and correctly treated. The present numerical method is checked through some classical numerical experiments. First, the second-order accuracy in time and the fourth-order accuracy in space are shown by matching with the analytical solution of the Taylor problem. The method is also tested by simulating the flow in a 2D lid-driven cavity. The utility of the compact scheme projection decomposition method approach is further illustrated by two other benchmark problems, viz., the flow over a backward-facing step and the laminar flow past a square prism. The present results are in good agreement with the experimental data and other numerical solutions available in the literature.
MSC:
76M25Other numerical methods (fluid mechanics)
65M06Finite difference methods (IVP of PDE)
65M55Multigrid methods; domain decomposition (IVP of PDE)
76D05Navier-Stokes equations (fluid dynamics)