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Инд. авторы: Khakimzyanov G., Dutykh D., Mitsotakis D., Shokina N.Y.
Заглавие: Numerical Simulation of Conservation Laws with Moving Grid Nodes: Application to Tsunami Wave Modelling
Библ. ссылка: Khakimzyanov G., Dutykh D., Mitsotakis D., Shokina N.Y. Numerical Simulation of Conservation Laws with Moving Grid Nodes: Application to Tsunami Wave Modelling // Geosciences (Switzerland). - 2019. - Vol.9. - Iss. 5. - Art.UNSP 197. - EISSN 2076-3263.
Внешние системы: DOI: 10.3390/geosciences9050197; РИНЦ: 41701014; WoS: 000470966100006;
Реферат: eng: In the present article, we describe a few simple and efficient finite volume type schemes on moving grids in one spatial dimension combined with an appropriate predictor-corrector method to achieve higher resolutions. The underlying finite volume scheme is conservative, and it is accurate up to the second order in space. The main novelty consists in the motion of the grid. This new dynamic aspect can be used to resolve better the areas with large solution gradients or any other special features. No interpolation procedure is employed; thus, unnecessary solution smearing is avoided, and therefore, our method enjoys excellent conservation properties. The resulting grid is completely redistributed according to the choice of the so-called monitor function. Several more or less universal choices of the monitor function are provided. Finally, the performance of the proposed algorithm is illustrated on several examples stemming from the simple linear advection to the simulation of complex shallow water waves. The exact well-balanced property is proven. We believe that the techniques described in our paper can be beneficially used to model tsunami wave propagation and run-up.
Ключевые слова: GENERATION; CONSTRUCTION; EQUATIONS; SCHEMES; FINITE-ELEMENT-METHOD; DISPERSION; DYNAMICS; conservation laws; finite volumes; conservative finite differences; moving grids; adaptivity; advection; shallow water equations; wave run-up; ADAPTIVE MESH REFINEMENT; GAS; VOLUME;
Издано: 2019
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