@inproceedings{904985be47ba401fbc3a80927d6ae1cf,

title = "A non-linear multigrid method for the steady Euler equations",

abstract = "Higher-order accurate Euler-flow solutions are presented for some airfoil test cases. Second-order accurate solutions are computed by an Iterative Defect Correction process. For two test cases even higher accuracy is obtained by the additional use of a ~xtrapolation technique. Finite volume Osher-type discretizations are applied throughout. Two interpolation schemes (one with and one w~hout a flux limiter) are used for the computation of the second-order defect. In each Defect Correction cycle, the solution is computed by non-linear mu~igrid iteration, in which Collective Symmetric Gauss-Seidel relaxation is used as the smoothing procedure. The computational method does not require tuning of parameters. The solutions show a good resolution of discontinuities, and they are obtained at low computational costs. The rate of convergence seems to be grid-independent.",

author = "P.W. Hemker and B. Koren",

year = "1989",

language = "English",

series = "Notes on Numerical Fluid Mechanics",

publisher = "Vieweg",

pages = "175--196",

editor = "A. Dervieux and {Leer, van}, B. and J. Periaux and A. Rizzi",

booktitle = "Proceedings of the GAMM-Workshop on Numerical Simulation of Compressible Euler Flows, 10-13 June 1986, Rocquencourt, France",

address = "Germany",

}