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 Jens Dominik Müller

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January 2017 ACM Transactions on Mathematical Software (TOMS): Volume 43 Issue 4, March 2017
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Citation Count: 0
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Algorithmic differentiation (AD) by source-transformation is an established method for computing derivatives of computational algorithms. Static dataflow analysis is commonly used by AD tools to determine the set of active variables, that is, variables that are influenced by the program input in a differentiable way and have a differentiable influence ...
Keywords: adjoint, Activity analysis, source transformation, static analysis, Algorithmic differentiation, automatic differentiation, reverse mode, tangent-linear

October 2015 Journal of Computational Physics: Volume 299 Issue C, October 2015
Publisher: Academic Press Professional, Inc.
Citation Count: 1

A new implicit time-stepping scheme which uses Runge-Kutta time-stepping and Krylov methods as a smoother inside FAS-cycle multigrid acceleration is proposed to stabilise the flow solver and its discrete adjoint counterpart. The algorithm can fully converge the discrete adjoint solver in a wide range of cases where conventional point-implicit methods ...
Keywords: Discrete adjoint, Multigrid, Reynolds-averaged Navier-Stokes, FAS-cycle, GMRES, Implicit

March 2010 Journal of Computational Physics: Volume 229 Issue 5, March, 2010
Publisher: Academic Press Professional, Inc.
Citation Count: 2

The main approaches of discretising the viscous operator of fluid flow on hybrid meshes are analysed for accuracy, consistence, monotonicity and sensitivity to mesh quality. As none of these approaches is fully satisfactory, a novel method using an approximated finite-element approach is presented and analysed. The methods are compared for ...
Keywords: Consistence, Gradient reconstruction, Hybrid mesh, Finite volume, Stability

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