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Does anyone know of any published study that talks about the practical aspects of running Adaptive Lagrangian-Eulerian techniques for solid and/or fluid mechanics problems?

I'm looking for things like benchmark results when doing a run weighted towards a more Eulerian grid than a Lagrangian grid or vice versa, mesh resolution considerations, etc. For example, a more Eulerian run would have more advection error but how much can that error be reduced with increased mesh resolution.

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A lot of the papers that came out of the early stages of the MoFEM package considered these sorts of questions. You might want to look at their results.

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