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Multiscale Selective Stabilization Procedure
Enhanced-Discretization Selective Stabilization Procedure (EDSSP) [1-4] provides a multiscale framework for applying stabilization selectively at different scales. It is based on the multiscale function concept of the Enhanced-Discretization Successive Update Method (EDSUM) [1-3, 5-6]. The EDSUM was designed for computation of the flow behavior at small scales. It can transfer flow information between the large and small scales without assuming that the small-scale trial or test functions vanish at the borders between the neighboring large-scale elements. This facilitates movement of small-scale flow patterns from one large-scale element to another without any constraints at the border between the two elements. The multiscale function concept of the EDSUM can also facilitate using different stabilizations for different scales. The EDSSP was introduced based on this selective stabilization approach [1-4]. In one version of the EDSSP, while the SUPG and PSPG stabilizations are used for both the large and small scales, the discontinuity-capturing (DC) is used for only the small scales. We also proposed a version where a linear DC is used for the small-scales and a nonlinear one for the large-scales .
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2. T.E. Tezduyar, "Moving Boundaries and Interfaces", Finite Element Methods: 1970's and Beyond (eds. L.P. Franca, T.E. Tezduyar and A. Masud), CIMNE, Barcelona (2004) 205-220.
3. T.E. Tezduyar and S. Sathe, "Enhanced-Discretization Successive Update Method (EDSUM)", International Journal for Numerical Methods in Fluids, 47 (2005) 633-654.
4. T.E. Tezduyar and S. Sathe, "Enhanced-Discretization Selective Stabilization Procedure (EDSSP)", Computational Mechanics, published online, March 2006.
5. T.E. Tezduyar, "Finite Element Methods for Flow Problems with Moving Boundaries and Interfaces", Archives of Computational Methods in Engineering, 8 (2001) 83-130.
6. T.E. Tezduyar, "Finite Element Methods for Fluid Dynamics with Moving Boundaries and Interfaces", Chapter 17 in Encyclopedia of Computational Mechanics, Volume 3: Fluids (eds. E. Stein, R. De Borst and T.J.R. Hughes), John Wiley & Sons (2004).