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Accurate monotonicity-preserving schemes with Runge-Kutta time stepping

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Published by National Aeronautics and Space Administration, National Technical Information Service, distributor in [Washington, D.C, Springfield, Va .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Monotone functions.,
  • Runge-Kutta method.,
  • Euler-Cauchy equations.

  • Edition Notes

    Other titlesAccurate monotonicity preserving schemes with Runge Kutta time stepping.
    StatementA. Suresh and H.T. Huynh.
    SeriesNASA technical memorandum -- 107367.
    ContributionsHuynh, H. T., United States. National Aeronautics and Space Administration.
    The Physical Object
    FormatMicroform
    Pagination1 v.
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL18118426M

    Section 6 discusses time‐stepping schemes, including convergence acceleration techniques for steady flows and the formulation of accurate and efficient time‐stepping techniques for unsteady flows. The article concludes with a discussion of methods to solve inverse and optimum shape‐design problems.   Exploiting the SSP nature of the Runge–Kutta schemes, we also ran the shock tube at the maximal CFL yielding SSP. The results are shown in Figure 9. Here, the third-order scheme shows an excessive overshoot while the level of oscillations in the fifth-order scheme is comparable to the case with a Courant number of Cited by:

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Accurate Monotonicity-Preserving With Runge-Kutta Time Stepping Schemes A. Suresh NYMA, Inc. Brook Park, Ohio and H.T. Huynh Lewis Research Center Cleveland, Ohio Prepared for the 13th CFD Conference sponsored by the American Institute of Aeronautics and Astronautics Snowmass, Colorado, June July 2, National Aeronautics and Space File Size: KB.

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Suresh, H.T. Huynh: ‘Accurate Monotonicity-Preserving Schemes with Runge-Kutta Time Stepping’ Journal of Computational Physics,83–99 (). MathSciNet ADS Cited by: 2. Super-time-stepping methods for treating parabolic terms in mixed type partial differential equations occupy an intermediate position.

In such methods each superstep takes “s” explicit Runge–Kutta-like time-steps to advance the parabolic terms by a time-step that. () Accurate monotonicity-preserving schemes with Runge-Kutta time stepping.

13th Computational Fluid Dynamics Conference. () Shape preserving approximations by Cited by: () Accurate monotonicity-preserving schemes with Runge-Kutta time stepping.

13th Computational Fluid Dynamics Conference. () Shape preserving approximations by polynomials and by: This work concerns the reflected shock wave/boundary layer interaction in a shock tube. ‘Accurate Monotonicity-Preserving Schemes.

Preserving Schemes with Runge–Kutta Time Stepping. The numerical simulation of this problem necessitates numerical schemes which are robust and very accurate.

Daru & C. Tenaud ‘High resolution monotonicity-preserving schemes for unsteady compressible A. Suresh & H.T. Huynh ‘Accurate Monotonicity-Preserving Schemes with Runge-Kutta Time Stepping’, J.

Computational Cited by: 8. A 5th order monotonicity-preserving upwind compact Huynh H T. Accurate monotonicity-preserving schemes. with Runge-Kutta time stepping. J Comput Phys,83– We compute high-order accurate approximations to a at cell edges an j+1 2 = a((j + 1 2 which implies that the scheme is monotonicity-preserving away from ex- [13] A.

Suresh and H. Huynh. Accurate monotonicity-preserving schemes with Runge-Kutta time stepping. Journal of Computational Physics (1), 10 [14] B. van Leer Cited by: Accurate monotonicity-preserving schemes with Runge-Kutta time stepping. Suresh, H. Huynth, Development of a modified Runge-Kutta scheme with TVD limiters for the ideal 1-D MHD equations.

Shigeki Harada, Applications of the space-time conservation element/solution element method to unsteady chemically reacting flows. Suresh, H.T. HuynhAccurate monotonicity-preserving schemes with Runge–Kutta time stepping Journal of Computational Physics, (1) (), pp. Google ScholarCited by: Super-time-stepping methods for treating parabolic terms in mixed type partial differential equations occupy an intermediate position.

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Assessment of Very High Order of Accuracy in Implicit LES models Andrew Mosedale Monotonicity Preserving Weighted Essentially Non-Oscillatory Schemes With Increasingly High Order of Accuracy Search ADS Suresh, A., and. Huynh, H. T.,“ Accurate Monotonicity-Preserving Schemes With Runge–Kutta Time Stepping,” J.

Comput Cited by: Suresh, A. and Huynh, H.T., Accurate monotonicity-preserving schemes with Runge-Kutta time stepping. Journal of Computational Physics. v i1. ]] Google Scholar Digital Library [14]. van Leer, B., Towards the ultimate conservative difference scheme. A new approach to numerical convection.

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In this paper, a high-resolution, hybrid compact-WENO scheme is developed based on the minimized dispersion and controllable dissipation reconstruction technique. Firstly, a su cient condition for a family of tri-diagonal compact schemes to have independent dispersion and dissipation is derived.

Then, a specific 4th order compact scheme with low dispersion and adjustable dissipation is Cited by: 4.

Fig. 1 presents the exact solution and the numerical results given by the above two WENO schemes on the finer mesh after time steps and on the coarser mesh after time steps.

Here UWENO5 and CWENO4 stand for Upwind WENO5 scheme presented in Section 3 and central WENO4 scheme presented in Section 4 respectively.

It is found that although as expected CWENO4 is slightly less Cited by: 4. [53] it was apparent that none of the existing schemes converged to a steady state. The Jameson-Schmidt-Turkel (JST) scheme [33], which used Runge-Kutta time stepping and a blend of second- and fourth-differences (both to control oscillations and to provide background dis-sipation), consistently demonstrated convergence to a steady state.

scheme spatially second order accurate while enabling shock capturing. iii) A method for increasing the temporal accuracy to second order. van Leer later realized that this could also be achieved by using the Runge-Kutta time-stepping that was catalogued in Chp.

3. van Leer’s scheme, with several modifications, is still used as a blueprint.In astrophysical jets observed in active galactic nuclei and in microquasars, the energy exchange rate by Coulomb collision is insufficient for thermal equilibrium between ions and electrons.

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