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High order filtering methods for approximating hyperbolic systems of conservation laws
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|Statement||F. Lafon, S. Osher.|
|Series||ICASE report -- no. 90-25., NASA contractor report -- 182016., NASA contractor report -- NASA CR-182016.|
|Contributions||Osher, Stanley., Langley Research Center.|
|The Physical Object|
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[Frédéric Lafon; Stanley Osher; Langley Research Center.]. A third-order accurate Godunov-type scheme for the approximate solution of hyperbolic systems of conservation laws is presented. Its two main ingredients include: #1.
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Journal of Computational Physics() A novel finite-volume TVD scheme to overcome non-realizability problem in quadrature-based moment by: F. Lafon and S. Osher, “High order filtering methods for approximating hyperbolic systems of conservation laws,” ICASE Report, J.
Comput. Phys., to Author: F. Lafon, S. Osher. It discusses classic results on monotone and finite difference/finite volume schemes, but emphasizes the successful development of high-order accurate methods for hyperbolic conservation : Jan S. Hesthaven. High Order Approximations for Compressible Fluid Dynamics on Unstructured and Cartesian Meshes.
High-Order Methods for Computational Physics, Schemes with Nonstaggered Grids for Hyperbolic Conservation Laws. SIAM Journal on Numerical Analysisgrid method for hyperbolic systems of conservation laws in one space Cited by: Finite Volume Methods for Hyperbolic Problems: Randall J.
LeVeque: Books - (2). We build a multi-element variant of the smoothness increasing accuracy conserving (SIAC) shock capturing technique proposed for single element spectral methods by Wissink et al. (J Sci Comput –, ). In particular, the baseline scheme of our method is the nodal discontinuous Galerkin spectral element method (DGSEM) for approximating the solution of systems of conservation Author: Marvin Bohm, Sven Schermeng, Andrew Ross Winters, Gregor J Gassner, Gustaaf B Jacobs.
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Finite difference methods for hyperbolic PDEs like the wave equation: Lax–Friedrichs method — first-order explicit Lax–Wendroff method — second-order explicit MacCormack method — second-order explicit Upwind scheme Lax–Wendroff theorem — conservative scheme for hyperbolic system of conservation laws converges to the weak solution.
Traditionally, low-order numerical schemes, for instance classical finite volume (FV) methods, have been used to solve hyperbolic conservation laws, particularly in industrial applications.
But since they become quite costly for high accuracy or long time simulations, there is a rising demand of high-order (third and above) by: 1. 7-Volume Set now available at special set price.
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Aitken's delta-squared process — most useful for linearly converging sequences. High order accurate weighted essentially nonoscillatory (WENO) schemes are usually designed to solve hyperbolic conservation laws or to discretize the first derivative convection terms in convection dominated partial differential by: Table of contents for issues of Journal of Computational Physics R.
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Coordinate systems. The conservation equations can be written in many different forms, depending on the coordinate system. This excellent introduction to hyperbolic differential equations is devoted to linear equations and symmetric systems, as well as conservation laws.
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Such equations involve, but are not limited to, ordinary and partial differential, integro-differential, and fractional order operators.On the optimization of flux limiter schemes for hyperbolic conservation laws. Numerical Methods for Partial Differential Equations, Vol.
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