An conservative anti-diffusion technique for the level set method


A novel conservative level set method is introduced. The method builds on recent conservative level set approaches and utilizes an entropy production to construct a balanced artificial diffusion and artificial anti-diffusion. The method is self-tuning, maximum principle preserving, suitable for unstructured meshes, and neither re-initialization of the level set function or reconstruction of the interface is needed for long-time simulation. Computational results in one, two and three dimensions are presented for finite element and finite volume implementations of the method.Non UBCUnreviewedAuthor affiliation: Texas A&M UniversityFacult

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