We consider two global-in-time domain decomposition methods, the Steklov-Poincare method and the Robin method, for solving a fluid-structure interaction system. These methods allow us to formulate the coupled system as a space-time interface problem and apply iterative algorithms directly to the evolutionary problem. Each time-dependent subdomain problem is solved independently, which enables the use of different time discretization schemes and time step sizes in the subsystems. This leads to an efficient way of simulating time-dependent phenomena. We present numerical tests for both non-physical and physical problems, with various mesh sizes and time step sizes, to demonstrate the accuracy and efficiency of the proposed methods.
Global-in-time domain decomposition methods for the fluid-structure interaction system
Hyesuk Lee, Clemson UniversityAuthors: Hemanta Kunwar and Hyesuk Lee
2023 AWM Research Symposium
Recent Developments in Control, Optimization, and the Analysis of Partial Differential Equations [Organized by Lorena Bociu and Pelin Guven Geredeli]