Watch and download the presentation, “Higher Order Results from DoD HPCMP CREATETM-AV Kestrel,” given by Ryan Glasby, University of Tennessee at the Pointwise User Group Meeting showing why high-order and adaptation are necessary for mesh convergence. The presentation discusses the results from testing of their finite element flow solver that can reach up to 3rd order spatial accuracy.
Dr. Ryan S. Glasby, is a computational engineer at the University of Tennessee Joint Institute for Computational Sciences (JICS) located at Oak Ridge National Laboratory (ORNL). Dr. Glasby received his Ph. D. in Computational Engineering in 2011 from the University of Tennessee at Chattanooga National Center for Computational Engineering. Dr. Glasby’s research advisor is Dr. W. Kyle Anderson. Dr. Glasby’s research interests include algorithm development for higher-order unstructured CFD applications, modern software engineering methodologies, and higher-order mesh generation. Dr. Glasby is currently a developer for the HPCMP CREATETM-AV next-generation flow solver initiative within Kestrel. The purpose of this initiative is to generate higher-order accurate, robust, physics-based software while applying state of the art software engineering methodologies that provide high-fidelity numerical solutions to CFD applications of relevance to the Department of Defense (DoD).