Marching distance functions for smooth control of hyperbolic grids

Durmus, G
Kavsaoglu, MS
The smooth control of hyperbolic grids is achieved by using marching distance functions. The marching distance can be expressed as a function of grid control. The derivative expressions of the linearized hyperbolic equations are approximated by second order central differences.


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G. Durmus and M. Kavsaoglu, “Marching distance functions for smooth control of hyperbolic grids,” AIAA JOURNAL, pp. 1987–1989, 2000, Accessed: 00, 2020. [Online]. Available: