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Recent trends and progress in the immersed boundary method
Proceedings of the Institution of Mechanical Engineers Part C-Journal of Mechanical Engineering Science ( IF 1.359 ) Pub Date : 2019-04-16 , DOI: 10.1177/0954406219842606
Wei-Xi Huang; Fang-Bao Tian

The immersed boundary method (IBM), first developed by Professor Peskin,1 is a methodology for dealing with boundary conditions at interfaces (including fluid–fluid and fluid–solid ones) based on meshes that do not conform to the shapes of the immersed boundaries or interfaces. The advantages of the IBM are manifold: the mesh generation is very easy even for complicated geometries; mesh movement and mesh regeneration are avoided for flows involving moving boundaries and fluid–structure interactions (FSIs); it is easy to handle the cases where the topology of the computational domain changes; and thus the computational efficiency could be higher than that of the traditional body-conformal grid approaches for the cases involving complicated geometries and large boundary movement.2–6 Due to its simplicity in mesh processing, the IBM has been attracting growing attention in the recent years with effort in developing new features and promoting its applications.7–26
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