The CESE solver is a compressible flow solver based upon the Conservation Element/Solution Element (CE/SE) method, originally proposed by Dr. Chang in NASA Glenn Research Center. This method is a novel numerical framework for conservation laws. It has many non-traditional features, including a unified treatment of space and time, the introduction of conservation element (CE) and solution element (SE), and a novel shock capturing strategy without using a Riemann solver. To date, this method has been used to solve many different types of flow problems, such as detonation waves, shock/acoustic wave interaction, cavitating flows, and chemical reaction flows. In LS-DYNA, it has been extended to also solve fluid-structure interaction problems with the embedded (or immersed) boundary approach or moving (or fitting) mesh approach.
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- Qamar, Shamsul; Yousaf, Muhammad: The space-time CESE method for solving special relativistic hydrodynamic equations (2012)
- Cheng, Gary C.; Venkatachari, Balaji Shankar; Chang, Chau-Lyan; Chang, Sin-Chung: Comparative study of different numerical approaches in space-time CESE framework for high-fidelity flow simulations (2011)
- Chen, Yung-Yu; Yang, Lixiang; Yu, Sheng-Tao John: Simulations of waves in elastic solids of cubic symmetry by the conservation element and solution element method (2011)
- Qamar, Shamsul; Yousaf, Muhammad; Mudasser, Sidrah: The space-time CE/SE method for solving ultra-relativistic Euler equations (2011)