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Continuous adjoint approach for the spalart-allmaras model in aerodynamic optimization
In this paper, the continuous adjoint method to compute shape sensitivities in aerodynamic design with turbulence modeling is described and developed. The focus is on compressible flows described by the Reynolds-averaged ...
Numerical approximation of a one-dimensional elliptic optimal design problem
We address the numerical approximation by finite-element methods of an optimal design problem for a two phase material in one space dimension. This problem, in the continuous setting, due to high frequency oscillations, ...
Flux identification for 1-d scalar conservation laws in the presence of shocks
We consider the problem of flux identification for 1-d scalar conservation laws formulating it as an optimal control problem. We introduce a new optimization strategy to compute numerical approximations of minimizing fluxes. ...
Optimal control and vanishing viscosity for the burgers equation
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2-D euler shape design on nonregular flows using adjoint rankine-hugoniot relations
Optimal aerodynamic shape design aims to find the minimum of a functional that describes an aerodynamic property, by controlling the partial differential equation modeling the dynamics of the flow that surrounds an aircraft, ...