Adaptive-grid methods for time-dependent PDEs.
This project belongs to CWI's research program
Mathematics & the Environment.
It was terminated in 1994.
The LUGR project was carried out in cooperation with and partially sponsored by
the Ground Laboratory of the
- the Dutch National Institute of Public Health and Environmental Protection.
The aim was to develop efficient solvers for the numerical simulation of
brine flow for predicting the potential transport of radioactive pollutants.
LUGR methods are meant for the efficient computation of rapidly varying
temporal and spatial solution transitions by automatic local grid adaptation
A typical solution, with the grids used, looks like:
Algorithmic aspects of LUGR (more).
LUGR software (more).
Application to the brine transport problem (more).
Adaptive Grid Solvers for systems of (time-dependent) PDEs:
- in 2D:
VLUGR2 (Vectorized Local Uniform Grid Refinement).
- in 3D:
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CWI Mathematics & the Environment program overview,
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Last update 95/02/17.