Volume 22, Issue 2
On 16th and 32th Order Multioperators-Based Schemes for Smooth and Discontinuous Fluid Dynamics Solutions

Andrei I. Tolstykh

Commun. Comput. Phys., 22 (2017), pp. 572-598.

Published online: 2018-04

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The paper presents a novel family of arbitrary high order multioperators approximations for convection, convection-diffusion or the fluid dynamics equations. As particular cases, the 16th- and 32th-order skew-symmetric multioperators for derivatives supplied by the 15th- and 31th-order dissipation multioperators are described. Their spectral properties and the comparative efficiency of the related schemes in the case of smooth solutions are outlined. The ability of the constructed conservative schemes to deal with discontinuous solutions is investigated. Several types of nonlinear hybrid schemes are suggested and tested against benchmark problems.

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The paper presents a novel family of arbitrary high order multioperators approximations for convection, convection-diffusion or the fluid dynamics equations. As particular cases, the 16th- and 32th-order skew-symmetric multioperators for derivatives supplied by the 15th- and 31th-order dissipation multioperators are described. Their spectral properties and the comparative efficiency of the related schemes in the case of smooth solutions are outlined. The ability of the constructed conservative schemes to deal with discontinuous solutions is investigated. Several types of nonlinear hybrid schemes are suggested and tested against benchmark problems.

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