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This set of codes implement the Level Set method developed in Cottet-Maitre (M3AS, 2006), and further developed in 3D by Thomas Milcent in his [[http://tel.archives-ouvertes.fr/tel-00399435/fr/|PhD thesis]]. Several codes are available: | This set of codes implement the Level Set method developed in Cottet-Maitre (M3AS, 2006), and further developed in 3D by Thomas Milcent in his [[http://tel.archives-ouvertes.fr/tel-00399435/fr/|PhD thesis]]. Several codes are available: | ||

* **FreeFEM++ Code:** Quick-and-dirty {{membrane.edp|implementation}} with adaptative mesh refinement. | * **FreeFEM++ Code:** Quick-and-dirty {{membrane.edp|implementation}} with adaptative mesh refinement. | ||

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* **Matlab Code:** For teaching usage, I included below two Octave/Matlab codes which implement our level-set algorithm to simulate the interaction of an immersed elastic membrane with a carrier fluid, in 2D. This is the standard test of the immersed boundary method of Peskin in which the membrane is initially stretched with respect to its rest configuration, and relax to a circle of same area. Two graphical outputs of the code under matlab are depicted below.\\ | * **Matlab Code:** For teaching usage, I included below two Octave/Matlab codes which implement our level-set algorithm to simulate the interaction of an immersed elastic membrane with a carrier fluid, in 2D. This is the standard test of the immersed boundary method of Peskin in which the membrane is initially stretched with respect to its rest configuration, and relax to a circle of same area. Two graphical outputs of the code under matlab are depicted below.\\ |