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High-Order Adaptive Time Stepping of Vesicle Suspensions

Monday, March 12, 2018 - 4:00pm - 4:25pm
Lind 305
Bryan Quaife (Florida State University)
Accurate time stepping of vesicle suspensions is crucial for obtaining stable and accurate simulations. I will describe two algorithms that can be used to accomplish this task. First, a deferred correction method uses a low-order semi-implicit time integrator to construct high-order results. Second, physically conserved quantities are used to adaptively select appropriate time step sizes. The methodology will be demonstrated for simulations involving stenosis, high concentrations, and adhesion.