Boundary Integral Techniques for Multi-Connected Domains.
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Several boundary integral techniques are available for the computation of the solution to Lapaces equation in multi-connected domains. However, for cases where the domain is changing, such as in incompressible, inviscid fluid flow with free surfaces, iterative methods are highly attractive. The paper describes one such formulation and tests it on circular and elliptic annuli. It is necessary to use interpolated numerical quadrature points to maintain accuracy when regions on the annuli are thin. Keywords Fredholm integral equations thin fluid shells. Author
- Numerical Mathematics