Development and analysis of high-order vorticity confinement schemes
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High-order extensions of the Vorticity Confinement (VC) method are developed for the accurate com- putation of vortical flows, following the VC2 conservative formulation of Steinhoff. First, a high-order formulation of VC is presented for the case of the linear transport equation for decoupled schemes in space and time. A spectral analysis shows that the new nonlinear schemes have improved dispersive and dissipative properties compared to their linear counterparts at all orders of accuracy. For the Euler and Navier–Stokes equations, the original VC method is extended to 3 rd - and 5 th -order of accuracy, with the goal of developing a VC formulation that maintains the vorticity preserving capability of the original 1 st -order method and is suitable for application to high-order numerical simulations. The high-order ex- tensions remain both independent of the choice of baseline numerical scheme and rotationally invariant since they are based on the Laplace operator. Numerical tests validate the increased order of accuracy, vorticity-preserving capability and compatibility of the VC extensions with high-order methods.
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