By T.N. Krishnamurti, H.S. Bedi, V. Hardiker, L. Ramaswamy
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The rate of amplification is small if 't is small, and the scheme is weakly unstable. The AdamsBashforth scheme is therefore suitable for short periods of integration with a small time step such as in a squall or flow past a mountain. 5 Implicit Schemes There are two types of implicit schemes, one is the fully implicit scheme discussed below and the other is a semi-implicit scheme discussed in Sec. 4. In the time-differencing schemes discussed so far, the time step should satisfy the CFL condition.
61) where X is the matrix consisting of the eigenvectors of C. 61) by X 1 gives C XDX 1 . 62) X. 62), we obtain U 1 Hence U is the inverse matrix of X. 10 Relaxation Method This method is commonly used for solving Poisson- and Helmholtz-type equations. 64) where Ii , j is the value of I at the node point (i, j ) . Also assume that 'x 'y ' . 65) can then be written as 2 Ii 1, j Ii 1, j Ii , j 1 Ii , j 1 ª 4 P 'x º Ii , j ¬ ¼ 2 Fi , j 'x . 66) In the relaxation method, the values of F are specified at each of the interior points of the domain.
1). If the amplification factor O is less than 1, then we obtain a stable solution. The reason why we apply our schemes to the above wave equation is that the solutions of wave equations are bounded trigonometric functions, which help us to examine the stability of the solution. 1, Neutral scheme if O Stable scheme if O 1. 1, Stability In this section we discuss the computational stability of the following time-differencing schemes applied to the linear wave equation, namely the Euler, backward, trapezoidal, Matsuno and Heun predictor-corrector, leap-frog, Adams-Bashforth, and implicit schemes.
An Introduction to Global Spectral Modeling, Second Edition (Atmospheric and Oceanographic Sciences Library, 35) by T.N. Krishnamurti, H.S. Bedi, V. Hardiker, L. Ramaswamy
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