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  1. Numerical solutions of Williamson fluid with pressure dependent viscosity

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    Zehra, Iffat; Yousaf, Malik Muhammad; Nadeem, Sohail

    In the present paper, we have examined the flow of Williamson fluid in an inclined channel with pressure dependent viscosity. The governing equations of motion for Williamson fluid model under the effects of pressure dependent viscosity and pressure dependent porosity are modeled and then solved numerically by the shooting method with Runge Kutta Fehlberg for two types of geometries i.e., (i) Poiseuille flow and (ii) Couette flow. Four different cases for pressure dependent viscosity and pressure dependent porosity are assumed and the physical features of pertinent parameters are discussed through graphs.

  2. Numerical solutions of Williamson fluid with pressure dependent viscosity

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    Iffat Zehra

    2015-01-01

    Full Text Available In the present paper, we have examined the flow of Williamson fluid in an inclined channel with pressure dependent viscosity. The governing equations of motion for Williamson fluid model under the effects of pressure dependent viscosity and pressure dependent porosity are modeled and then solved numerically by the shooting method with Runge Kutta Fehlberg for two types of geometries i.e., (i Poiseuille flow and (ii Couette flow. Four different cases for pressure dependent viscosity and pressure dependent porosity are assumed and the physical features of pertinent parameters are discussed through graphs.

  3. DEPENDENCE OF QUALITATIVE BEHAVIOR OF THE NUMERICAL SOLUTIONS ON THE IGNITION TEMPERATURE FOR A COMBUSTION MODEL

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    Xin-ting Zhang; Lung-an Ying

    2005-01-01

    We study the dependence of qualitative behavior of the numerical solutions (obtained by a projective and upwind finite difference scheme) on the ignition temperature for a combustion model problem with general initial condition. Convergence to weak solution is proved under the Courant-Friedrichs-Lewy condition. Some condition on the ignition temperature is given to guarantee the solution containing a strong detonation wave or a weak detonation wave. Finally, we give some numerical examples which show that a strong detonation wave can be transformed to a weak detonation wave under some well-chosen ignition temperature.

  4. Numerical solution of the time dependent neutron transport equation by the method of the characteristics

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    Talamo, Alberto

    2013-05-01

    This study presents three numerical algorithms to solve the time dependent neutron transport equation by the method of the characteristics. The algorithms have been developed taking into account delayed neutrons and they have been implemented into the novel MCART code, which solves the neutron transport equation for two-dimensional geometry and an arbitrary number of energy groups. The MCART code uses regular mesh for the representation of the spatial domain, it models up-scattering, and takes advantage of OPENMP and OPENGL algorithms for parallel computing and plotting, respectively. The code has been benchmarked with the multiplication factor results of a Boiling Water Reactor, with the analytical results for a prompt jump transient in an infinite medium, and with PARTISN and TDTORT results for cross section and source transients. The numerical simulations have shown that only two numerical algorithms are stable for small time steps.

  5. Numerical solution of time-dependent diffusion equations with nonlocal boundary conditions via a fast matrix approach

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    Emran Tohidi

    2016-01-01

    Full Text Available This article contributes a matrix approach by using Taylor approximation to obtain the numerical solution of one-dimensional time-dependent parabolic partial differential equations (PDEs subject to nonlocal boundary integral conditions. We first impose the initial and boundary conditions to the main problems and then reach to the associated integro-PDEs. By using operational matrices and also the completeness of the monomials basis, the obtained integro-PDEs will be reduced to the generalized Sylvester equations. For solving these algebraic systems, we apply a famous technique in Krylov subspace iterative methods. A numerical example is considered to show the efficiency of the proposed idea.

  6. Impact of numerical artifact of the forward model in the inverse solution of density-dependent flow problem

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    Nassar, Mohamed K.; Ginn, Timothy R.

    2014-08-01

    We investigate the effect of computational error on the inversion of a density-dependent flow and transport model, using SEAWAT and UCODE-2005 in an inverse identification of hydraulic conductivity and dispersivity using head and concentration data from a 2-D laboratory experiment. We investigated inversions using three different solution schemes including variation of number of particles and time step length, in terms of the three aspects: the shape and smoothness of the objective function surface, the consequent impacts to the optimization, and the resulting Pareto analyses. This study demonstrates that the inversion is very sensitive to the choice of the forward model solution scheme. In particular, standard finite difference methods provide the smoothest objective function surface; however, this is obtained at the cost of numerical artifacts that can lead to erroneous warping of the objective function surface. Total variation diminishing (TVD) schemes limit these impacts at the cost of more computation time, while the hybrid method of characteristics (HMOC) approach with increased particle numbers and/or reduced time step gives both smoothed and accurate objective function surface. Use of the most accurate methods (TVD and HMOC) did lead to successful inversion of the two parameters; however, with distinct results for Pareto analyses. These results illuminate the sensitivity of the inversion to a number of aspects of the forward solution of the density-driven flow problem and reveal that parameter values may result that are erroneous but that counteract numerical errors in the solution.

  7. The Accuracy Estimation of the Numerical Solution of the Spectra Problem with the Operator Depending on the Eigenvalue

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    Zhidkov, E P; Solovieva, T M

    2001-01-01

    The spectral problems with the eigenvalue-depending operator usually appear when the relative variants of the Schroedinger equation are considered in the impulse space. The eigenvalues and eigenfunctions calculation error caused by the numerical solving of such equations is the sum of the error entering the approximation of a continuous equation by the discrete equations systems with the help of the Bubnov-Galerkine method and the iterative method one. It is shown that the iterative method error is one-two order smaller than the problem of the discretisation one. Hence, the eigenvalues and eigenfunctions calculation accuracy of the spectral problem with the eigenvalue-depending operator is not worse than the linear spectral problem solution accuracy.

  8. Numerical Solution of Parabolic Equations

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    Østerby, Ole

    These lecture notes are designed for a one-semester course on finite-difference methods for parabolic equations. These equations which traditionally are used for describing diffusion and heat-conduction problems in Geology, Physics, and Chemistry have recently found applications in Finance Theory....... Among the special features of this book can be mentioned the presentation of a practical approach to reliable estimates of the global error, including warning signals if the reliability is questionable. The technique is generally applicable for estimating the discretization error in numerical...... approximations which depend on a step size, such as numerical integration and solution of ordinary and partial differential equations. An integral part of the error estimation is the estimation of the order of the method and can thus satisfy the inquisitive mind: Is the order what we expect it to be from theopry...

  9. Features in simulation of crystal growth using the hyperbolic PFC equation and the dependence of the numerical solution on the parameters of the computational grid

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    Starodumov, Ilya [Laboratory of Multi-Scale Mathematical Modeling, Ural Federal University, 620000 Ekaterinburg (Russian Federation); Kropotin, Nikolai [AO NPO MKM, Ilfata Zakirova st. 24, 426000 Izhevsk (Russian Federation)

    2016-08-10

    We investigate the three-dimensional mathematical model of crystal growth called PFC (Phase Field Crystal) in a hyperbolic modification. This model is also called the modified model PFC (originally PFC model is formulated in parabolic form) and allows to describe both slow and rapid crystallization processes on atomic length scales and on diffusive time scales. Modified PFC model is described by the differential equation in partial derivatives of the sixth order in space and second order in time. The solution of this equation is possible only by numerical methods. Previously, authors created the software package for the solution of the Phase Field Crystal problem, based on the method of isogeometric analysis (IGA) and PetIGA program library. During further investigation it was found that the quality of the solution can strongly depends on the discretization parameters of a numerical method. In this report, we show the features that should be taken into account during constructing the computational grid for the numerical simulation.

  10. Features in simulation of crystal growth using the hyperbolic PFC equation and the dependence of the numerical solution on the parameters of the computational grid

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    Starodumov, Ilya; Kropotin, Nikolai

    2016-08-01

    We investigate the three-dimensional mathematical model of crystal growth called PFC (Phase Field Crystal) in a hyperbolic modification. This model is also called the modified model PFC (originally PFC model is formulated in parabolic form) and allows to describe both slow and rapid crystallization processes on atomic length scales and on diffusive time scales. Modified PFC model is described by the differential equation in partial derivatives of the sixth order in space and second order in time. The solution of this equation is possible only by numerical methods. Previously, authors created the software package for the solution of the Phase Field Crystal problem, based on the method of isogeometric analysis (IGA) and PetIGA program library. During further investigation it was found that the quality of the solution can strongly depends on the discretization parameters of a numerical method. In this report, we show the features that should be taken into account during constructing the computational grid for the numerical simulation.

  11. Automatic validation of numerical solutions

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    Stauning, Ole

    1997-01-01

    This thesis is concerned with ``Automatic Validation of Numerical Solutions''. The basic theory of interval analysis and self-validating methods is introduced. The mean value enclosure is applied to discrete mappings for obtaining narrow enclosures of the iterates when applying these mappings...... is the possiblility to combine the three methods in an extremely flexible way. We examine some applications where this flexibility is very useful. A method for Taylor expanding solutions of ordinary differential equations is presented, and a method for obtaining interval enclosures of the truncation errors incurred...... with intervals as initial values. A modification of the mean value enclosure of discrete mappings is considered, namely the extended mean value enclosure which in most cases leads to even better enclosures. These methods have previously been described in connection with discretizing solutions of ordinary...

  12. SPURIOUS NUMERICAL SOLUTIONS OF DELAY DIFFERENTIAL EQUATIONS

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    Hong-jiong Tian; Li-qiang Fan; Yuan-ying Zhang; Jia-xiang Xiang

    2006-01-01

    This paper deals with the relationship between asymptotic behavior of the numerical solution and that of the true solution itself for fixed step-sizes. The numerical solution is viewed as a dynamical system in which the step-size acts as a parameter. We present a unified approach to look for bifurcations from the steady solutions into spurious solutions as step-size varies.

  13. Introduction to numerical methods for time dependent differential equations

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    Kreiss, Heinz-Otto

    2014-01-01

    Introduces both the fundamentals of time dependent differential equations and their numerical solutions Introduction to Numerical Methods for Time Dependent Differential Equations delves into the underlying mathematical theory needed to solve time dependent differential equations numerically. Written as a self-contained introduction, the book is divided into two parts to emphasize both ordinary differential equations (ODEs) and partial differential equations (PDEs). Beginning with ODEs and their approximations, the authors provide a crucial presentation of fundamental notions, such as the t

  14. On the energy dependence of the radial diffusion coefficient and spectra of inner radiation belt particles - Analytic solutions and comparison with numerical results

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    Westphalen, H.; Spjeldvik, W. N.

    1982-01-01

    A theoretical method by which the energy dependence of the radial diffusion coefficient may be deduced from spectral observations of the particle population at the inner edge of the earth's radiation belts is presented. This region has previously been analyzed with numerical techniques; in this report an analytical treatment that illustrates characteristic limiting cases in the L shell range where the time scale of Coulomb losses is substantially shorter than that of radial diffusion (L approximately 1-2) is given. It is demonstrated both analytically and numerically that the particle spectra there are shaped by the energy dependence of the radial diffusion coefficient regardless of the spectral shapes of the particle populations diffusing inward from the outer radiation zone, so that from observed spectra the energy dependence of the diffusion coefficient can be determined. To insure realistic simulations, inner zone data obtained from experiments on the DIAL, AZUR, and ESRO 2 spacecraft have been used as boundary conditions. Excellent agreement between analytic and numerical results is reported.

  15. Numerical Solutions of Fractional Boussinesq Equation

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    WANG Qi

    2007-01-01

    Based upon the Adomian decomposition method,a scheme is developed to obtain numerical solutions of a fractional Boussinesq equation with initial condition,which is introduced by replacing some order time and space derivatives by fractional derivatives.The fractional derivatives are described in the Caputo sense.So the traditional Adomian decomposition method for differential equations of integer order is directly extended to derive explicit and numerical solutions of the fractional differential equations.The solutions of our model equation are calculated in the form of convergent series with easily computable components.

  16. Numerical and approximate solutions for plume rise

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    Krishnamurthy, Ramesh; Gordon Hall, J.

    Numerical and approximate analytical solutions are compared for turbulent plume rise in a crosswind. The numerical solutions were calculated using the plume rise model of Hoult, Fay and Forney (1969, J. Air Pollut. Control Ass.19, 585-590), over a wide range of pertinent parameters. Some wind shear and elevated inversion effects are included. The numerical solutions are seen to agree with the approximate solutions over a fairly wide range of the parameters. For the conditions considered in the study, wind shear effects are seen to be quite small. A limited study was made of the penetration of elevated inversions by plumes. The results indicate the adequacy of a simple criterion proposed by Briggs (1969, AEC Critical Review Series, USAEC Division of Technical Information extension, Oak Ridge, Tennesse).

  17. Numerical solution of the stochastic collection equation

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    Simmel, Martin

    2016-01-01

    The Linear Discrete Method (LDM; SIMMEL 2000; SIMMEL ET AL. 2000) is used to solve the Stochastic Collection Equation (SCE) numerically. Comparisons are made to the Method of Moments (MOM; TzIVION ET AL. 1999) which is suggested as a reference for numerical solutions of the SCE. Simulations for both methods are shown for the GoLOVIN kernel (for which an analytical solution is available) and the hydrodynamic kernel after LONG (1974) as it is used by TZIVION ET AL. (1999). Different bin resolut...

  18. Python Classes for Numerical Solution of PDE's

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    Mushtaq, Asif; Olaussen, Kåre

    2015-01-01

    We announce some Python classes for numerical solution of partial differential equations, or boundary value problems of ordinary differential equations. These classes are built on routines in \\texttt{numpy} and \\texttt{scipy.sparse.linalg} (or \\texttt{scipy.linalg} for smaller problems).

  19. Numerical Solutions of a Fractional Predator-Prey System

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    Xin Baogui; Liu Yanqin

    2011-01-01

    We implement relatively new analytical technique, the Homotopy perturbation method, for solving nonlinear fractional partial differential equations arising in predator-prey biological population dynamics system. Numerical solutions are given, and some properties exhibit biologically reasonable dependence on the parameter values. And the fractional derivatives are described in the Caputo sense.

  20. Numerical Methods for Finding Stationary Gravitational Solutions

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    Dias, Oscar J C; Way, Benson

    2015-01-01

    The wide applications of higher dimensional gravity and gauge/gravity duality have fuelled the search for new stationary solutions of the Einstein equation (possibly coupled to matter). In this topical review, we explain the mathematical foundations and give a practical guide for the numerical solution of gravitational boundary value problems. We present these methods by way of example: resolving asymptotically flat black rings, singly-spinning lumpy black holes in anti-de Sitter (AdS), and the Gregory-Laflamme zero modes of small rotating black holes in AdS$_5\\times S^5$. We also include several tools and tricks that have been useful throughout the literature.

  1. Numerical solution methods for viscoelastic orthotropic materials

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    Gramoll, K. C.; Dillard, D. A.; Brinson, H. F.

    1988-01-01

    Numerical solution methods for viscoelastic orthotropic materials, specifically fiber reinforced composite materials, are examined. The methods include classical lamination theory using time increments, direction solution of the Volterra Integral, Zienkiewicz's linear Prony series method, and a new method called Nonlinear Differential Equation Method (NDEM) which uses a nonlinear Prony series. The criteria used for comparison of the various methods include the stability of the solution technique, time step size stability, computer solution time length, and computer memory storage. The Volterra Integral allowed the implementation of higher order solution techniques but had difficulties solving singular and weakly singular compliance function. The Zienkiewicz solution technique, which requires the viscoelastic response to be modeled by a Prony series, works well for linear viscoelastic isotropic materials and small time steps. The new method, NDEM, uses a modified Prony series which allows nonlinear stress effects to be included and can be used with orthotropic nonlinear viscoelastic materials. The NDEM technique is shown to be accurate and stable for both linear and nonlinear conditions with minimal computer time.

  2. Efficient numerical solution to vacuum decay with many fields

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    Masoumi, Ali; Shlaer, Benjamin

    2016-01-01

    Finding numerical solutions describing bubble nucleation is notoriously difficult in more than one field space dimension. Traditional shooting methods fail because of the extreme non-linearity of field evolution over a macroscopic distance as a function of initial conditions. Minimization methods tend to become either slow or imprecise for larger numbers of fields due to their dependence on the high dimensionality of discretized function spaces. We present a new method for finding solutions which is both very efficient and able to cope with the non-linearities. Our method directly integrates the equations of motion except at a small number of junction points, so we do not need to introduce a discrete domain for our functions. The method, based on multiple shooting, typically finds solutions involving three fields in under a minute, and can find solutions for eight fields in about an hour. We include a numerical package for Mathematica which implements the method described here.

  3. Numerical solution of large Lyapunov equations

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    Saad, Youcef

    1989-01-01

    A few methods are proposed for solving large Lyapunov equations that arise in control problems. The common case where the right hand side is a small rank matrix is considered. For the single input case, i.e., when the equation considered is of the form AX + XA(sup T) + bb(sup T) = 0, where b is a column vector, the existence of approximate solutions of the form X = VGV(sup T) where V is N x m and G is m x m, with m small is established. The first class of methods proposed is based on the use of numerical quadrature formulas, such as Gauss-Laguerre formulas, applied to the controllability Grammian. The second is based on a projection process of Galerkin type. Numerical experiments are presented to test the effectiveness of these methods for large problems.

  4. Numerical solution of the polymer system

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    Haugse, V.; Karlsen, K.H.; Lie, K.-A.; Natvig, J.R.

    1999-05-01

    The paper describes the application of front tracking to the polymer system, an example of a nonstrictly hyperbolic system. Front tracking computes piecewise constant approximations based on approximate Remain solutions and exact tracking of waves. It is well known that the front tracking method may introduce a blow-up of the initial total variation for initial data along the curve where the two eigenvalues of the hyperbolic system are identical. It is demonstrated by numerical examples that the method converges to the correct solution after a finite time that decreases with the discretization parameter. For multidimensional problems, front tracking is combined with dimensional splitting and numerical experiments indicate that large splitting steps can be used without loss of accuracy. Typical CFL numbers are in the range of 10 to 20 and comparisons with the Riemann free, high-resolution method confirm the high efficiency of front tracking. The polymer system, coupled with an elliptic pressure equation, models two-phase, tree-component polymer flooding in an oil reservoir. Two examples are presented where this model is solved by a sequential time stepping procedure. Because of the approximate Riemann solver, the method is non-conservative and CFL members must be chosen only moderately larger than unity to avoid substantial material balance errors generated in near-well regions after water breakthrough. Moreover, it is demonstrated that dimensional splitting may introduce severe grid orientation effects for unstable displacements that are accentuated for decreasing discretization parameters. 9 figs., 2 tabs., 26 refs.

  5. S U (3 ) sphaleron: Numerical solution

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    Klinkhamer, F. R.; Nagel, P.

    2017-07-01

    We complete the construction of the sphaleron S ^ in S U (3 ) Yang-Mills-Higgs theory with a single Higgs triplet by solving the reduced field equations numerically. The energy of the S U (3 ) sphaleron S ^ is found to be of the same order as the energy of a previously known solution, the embedded S U (2 )×U (1 ) sphaleron S . In addition, we discuss S ^ in an extended S U (3 ) Yang-Mills-Higgs theory with three Higgs triplets, where all eight gauge bosons get an equal mass in the vacuum. This extended S U (3 ) Yang-Mills-Higgs theory may be considered as a toy model of quantum chromodynamics without quark fields and we conjecture that the S ^ gauge fields play a significant role in the nonperturbative dynamics of quantum chromodynamics (which does not have fundamental scalar fields but gets a mass scale from quantum effects).

  6. A numerical method for solving systems of linear ordinary differential equations with rapidly oscillating solutions

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    Bernstein, Ira B.; Brookshaw, Leigh; Fox, Peter A.

    1992-01-01

    The present numerical method for accurate and efficient solution of systems of linear equations proceeds by numerically developing a set of basis solutions characterized by slowly varying dependent variables. The solutions thus obtained are shown to have a computational overhead largely independent of the small size of the scale length which characterizes the solutions; in many cases, the technique obviates series solutions near singular points, and its known sources of error can be easily controlled without a substantial increase in computational time.

  7. A Collocation Method for Numerical Solutions of Coupled Burgers' Equations

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    Mittal, R. C.; Tripathi, A.

    2014-09-01

    In this paper, we propose a collocation-based numerical scheme to obtain approximate solutions of coupled Burgers' equations. The scheme employs collocation of modified cubic B-spline functions. We have used modified cubic B-spline functions for unknown dependent variables u, v, and their derivatives w.r.t. space variable x. Collocation forms of the partial differential equations result in systems of first-order ordinary differential equations (ODEs). In this scheme, we did not use any transformation or linearization method to handle nonlinearity. The obtained system of ODEs has been solved by strong stability preserving the Runge-Kutta method. The proposed scheme needs less storage space and execution time. The test problems considered in the literature have been discussed to demonstrate the strength and utility of the proposed scheme. The computed numerical solutions are in good agreement with the exact solutions and competent with those available in earlier studies. The scheme is simple as well as easy to implement. The scheme provides approximate solutions not only at the grid points, but also at any point in the solution range.

  8. Similarity solutions for radiation in time-dependent relativistic flows

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    Lucy, L B

    2004-01-01

    Exact analytic solutions are derived for radiation in time-dependent relativistic flows. The flows are spherically-symmetric homologous explosions or implosions of matter with a grey extinction coefficient. The solutions are suitable for testing numerical transfer codes, and this is illustrated for a fully relativistic Monte Carlo code.

  9. Evolution of midplate hotspot swells: Numerical solutions

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    Liu, Mian; Chase, Clement G.

    1990-01-01

    The evolution of midplate hotspot swells on an oceanic plate moving over a hot, upwelling mantle plume is numerically simulated. The plume supplies a Gaussian-shaped thermal perturbation and thermally-induced dynamic support. The lithosphere is treated as a thermal boundary layer with a strongly temperature-dependent viscosity. The two fundamental mechanisms of transferring heat, conduction and convection, during the interaction of the lithosphere with the mantle plume are considered. The transient heat transfer equations, with boundary conditions varying in both time and space, are solved in cylindrical coordinates using the finite difference ADI (alternating direction implicit) method on a 100 x 100 grid. The topography, geoid anomaly, and heat flow anomaly of the Hawaiian swell and the Bermuda rise are used to constrain the models. Results confirm the conclusion of previous works that the Hawaiian swell can not be explained by conductive heating alone, even if extremely high thermal perturbation is allowed. On the other hand, the model of convective thinning predicts successfully the topography, geoid anomaly, and the heat flow anomaly around the Hawaiian islands, as well as the changes in the topography and anomalous heat flow along the Hawaiian volcanic chain.

  10. Probability Measures for Numerical Solutions of Differential Equations

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    Conrad, Patrick R.; Girolami, Mark; Särkkä, Simo; Stuart, Andrew; Zygalakis, Konstantinos

    2015-01-01

    In this paper, we present a formal quantification of epistemic uncertainty induced by numerical solutions of ordinary and partial differential equation models. Numerical solutions of differential equations contain inherent uncertainties due to the finite dimensional approximation of an unknown and implicitly defined function. When statistically analysing models based on differential equations describing physical, or other naturally occurring, phenomena, it is therefore important to explicitly...

  11. Numerical Complexiton Solutions of Complex KdV Equation

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    AN Hong-Li; LI Yong-Zhi; CHEN Yong

    2008-01-01

    In this paper,we directly extend the applications of the Adomian decomposition method to investigate the complex KdV equation.By choosing different forms of wave functions as the initial values,three new types of realistic numerical solutions:numerical positon,negaton solution,and paxticulaxly the numerical analytical complexiton solution are obtained,which can rapidly converge to the exact ones obtained by Lou et al.Numerical simulation figures are used to illustrate the efficiency and accuracy of the proposed method.

  12. Numerical Solution of Turbulence Problems by Solving Burgers’ Equation

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    Alicia Cordero

    2015-05-01

    Full Text Available In this work we generate the numerical solutions of Burgers’ equation by applying the Crank-Nicholson method and different schemes for solving nonlinear systems, instead of using Hopf-Cole transformation to reduce Burgers’ equation into the linear heat equation. The method is analyzed on two test problems in order to check its efficiency on different kinds of initial conditions. Numerical solutions as well as exact solutions for different values of viscosity are calculated, concluding that the numerical results are very close to the exact solution.

  13. Numerical Solution of the Beltrami Equation

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    Porter, R. Michael

    2008-01-01

    An effective algorithm is presented for solving the Beltrami equation fzbar = mu fz in a planar disk. The algorithm involves no evaluation of singular integrals. The strategy, working in concentric rings, is to construct a piecewise linear mu-conformal mapping and then correct the image using a known algorithm for conformal mappings. Numerical examples are provided and the computational complexity is analyzed.

  14. NUMERICAL SOLUTION OF SHORELINE EVOLUTION NEAR COASTAL STRUCTURES

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    Cai Ze-wei; Song Xiao-gang; Ye Chun-yang

    2003-01-01

    Numerical analysis was made for shoreline evolution in the vicinity of coastal structures, including spur dike, detached breakwaters. The nonlinear partial differential equation was derived, and numerical solutions were obtained by the finite difference method. The numerical results show good agreement with previous analytical results.

  15. Comment on: "Traveling wave solutions for fifth-order KdV type equations with time-dependent coefficients" [Commun Nonlinear Sci Numer Simulat 19 (2014) 404-408

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    Sarkar, Tanmay

    2015-06-01

    In this paper, we demonstrate that previously reported traveling wave solutions for the fifth order KdV type equations with time dependent coefficients (Triki and Wazwaz, 2014) are incorrect. We present the corrected traveling wave solutions for fifth order KdV type equations using sine-cosine method. In addition, we provide traveling wave solutions for the Kawahara equation and Kaup-Kupershmidt equation as an application.

  16. Rotationally symmetric numerical solutions to the sine-Gordon equation

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    Olsen, O. H.; Samuelsen, Mogens Rugholm

    1981-01-01

    We examine numerically the properties of solutions to the spherically symmetric sine-Gordon equation given an initial profile which coincides with the one-dimensional breather solution and refer to such solutions as ring waves. Expanding ring waves either exhibit a return effect or expand towards...

  17. Numerical solution of Helmholtz equation of barotropic atmosphere using wavelets

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    Wang Ping; Dai Xin-Gang

    2004-01-01

    The numerical solution of the Helmholtz equation for barotropic atmosphere is estimated by use of the waveletGalerkin method. The solution involves the decomposition of a circulant matrix consisting up of 2-term connection coefficients of wavelet scaling functions. Three matrix decompositions, i.e. fast Fourier transformation (FFT), Jacobian and QR decomposition methods, are tested numerically. The Jacobian method has the smallest matrix-reconstruction error with the best orthogonality while the FFT method causes the biggest errors. Numerical result reveals that the numerical solution of the equation is very sensitive to the decomposition methods, and the QR and Jacobian decomposition methods, whose errors are of the order of 10-3, much smaller than that with the FFT method, are more suitable to the numerical solution of the equation. With the two methods the solutions are also proved to have much higher accuracy than the iteration solution with the finite difference approximation. In addition, the wavelet numerical method is very useful for the solution of a climate model in low resolution. The solution accuracy of the equation may significantly increase with the order of Daubechies wavelet.

  18. Numerical Solution for the Helmholtz Equation with Mixed Boundary Condition

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    2007-01-01

    We consider the numerical solution for the Helmholtz equation in R2 with mixed boundary conditions. The solvability of this mixed boundary value problem is established by the boundary integral equation method. Based on the Green formula, we express the solution in terms of the boundary data. The key to the numerical realization of this method is the computation of weakly singular integrals. Numerical performances show the validity and feasibility of our method. The numerical schemes proposed in this paper have been applied in the realization of probe method for inverse scattering problems.

  19. NUMERICAL SOLUTIONS OF AN EIGENVALUE PROBLEM IN UNBOUNDED DOMAINS

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    Han Houde; Zhou Zhenya; Zheng Chunxiong

    2005-01-01

    A coupling method of finite element and infinite large element is proposed for the numerical solution of an eigenvalue problem in unbounded domains in this paper. With some conditions satisfied, the considered problem is proved to have discrete spectra. Several numerical experiments are presented. The results demonstrate the feasibility of the proposed method.

  20. Numerical Comparison of Solutions of Kinetic Model Equations

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    A. A. Frolova

    2015-01-01

    Full Text Available The collision integral approximation by different model equations has created a whole new trend in the theory of rarefied gas. One widely used model is the Shakhov model (S-model obtained by expansion of inverse collisions integral in a series of Hermite polynomials up to the third order. Using the same expansion with another value of free parameters leads to a linearized ellipsoidal statistical model (ESL.Both model equations (S and ESL have the same properties, as they give the correct relaxation of non-equilibrium stress tensor components and heat flux vector, the correct Prandtl number at the transition to the hydrodynamic regime and do not guarantee the positivity of the distribution function.The article presents numerical comparison of solutions of Shakhov equation, ESL- model and full Boltzmann equation in the four Riemann problems for molecules of hard spheres.We have considered the expansion of two gas flows, contact discontinuity, the problem of the gas counter-flows and the problem of the shock wave structure. For the numerical solution of the kinetic equations the method of discrete ordinates is used.The comparison shows that solution has a weak sensitivity to the form of collision operator in the problem of expansions of two gas flows and results obtained by the model and the kinetic Boltzmann equations coincide.In the problem of the contact discontinuity the solution of model equations differs from full kinetic solutions at the point of the initial discontinuity. The non-equilibrium stress tensor has the maximum errors, the error of the heat flux is much smaller, and the ESL - model gives the exact value of the extremum of heat flux.In the problems of gas counter-flows and shock wave structure the model equations give significant distortion profiles of heat flux and non-equilibrium stress tensor components in front of the shock waves. This behavior is due to fact that in the models under consideration there is no dependency of the

  1. Numerical solution of the Fokker--Planck equations for a multi-species plasma

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    Killeen, J.; Mirin, A.A.

    1977-03-11

    Two numerical models used for studying collisional multispecies plasmas are described. The mathematical model is the Boltzmann kinetic equation with Fokker-Planck collision terms. A one-dimensional code and a two-dimensional code, used for the solution of the time-dependent Fokker-Planck equations for ion and electron distribution functions in velocity space, are described. The required equations and boundary conditions are derived and numerical techniques for their solution are given.

  2. Numerical Solution of Radial Biquaternion Klein-Gordon Equation

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    Christianto V.

    2008-01-01

    Full Text Available In the preceding article we argue that biquaternionic extension of Klein-Gordon equation has solution containing imaginary part, which differs appreciably from known solution of KGE. In the present article we present numerical/computer solution of radial biquaternionic KGE (radialBQKGE; which differs appreciably from conventional Yukawa potential. Further observation is of course recommended in order to refute or verify this proposition.

  3. Wavelet Method for Numerical Solution of Parabolic Equations

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    A. H. Choudhury

    2014-01-01

    Full Text Available We derive a highly accurate numerical method for the solution of parabolic partial differential equations in one space dimension using semidiscrete approximations. The space direction is discretized by wavelet-Galerkin method using some special types of basis functions obtained by integrating Daubechies functions which are compactly supported and differentiable. The time variable is discretized by using various classical finite difference schemes. Theoretical and numerical results are obtained for problems of diffusion, diffusion-reaction, convection-diffusion, and convection-diffusion-reaction with Dirichlet, mixed, and Neumann boundary conditions. The computed solutions are highly favourable as compared to the exact solutions.

  4. Numerical Solution of Heun Equation Via Linear Stochastic Differential Equation

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    Hamidreza Rezazadeh

    2014-05-01

    Full Text Available In this paper, we intend to solve special kind of ordinary differential equations which is called Heun equations, by converting to a corresponding stochastic differential equation(S.D.E.. So, we construct a stochastic linear equation system from this equation which its solution is based on computing fundamental matrix of this system and then, this S.D.E. is solved by numerically methods. Moreover, its asymptotic stability and statistical concepts like expectation and variance of solutions are discussed. Finally, the attained solutions of these S.D.E.s compared with exact solution of corresponding differential equations.

  5. Some recent advances in the numerical solution of differential equations

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    D'Ambrosio, Raffaele

    2016-06-01

    The purpose of the talk is the presentation of some recent advances in the numerical solution of differential equations, with special emphasis to reaction-diffusion problems, Hamiltonian problems and ordinary differential equations with discontinuous right-hand side. As a special case, in this short paper we focus on the solution of reaction-diffusion problems by means of special purpose numerical methods particularly adapted to the problem: indeed, following a problem oriented approach, we propose a modified method of lines based on the employ of finite differences shaped on the qualitative behavior of the solutions. Constructive issues and a brief analysis are presented, together with some numerical experiments showing the effectiveness of the approach and a comparison with existing solvers.

  6. Introduction to the numerical solutions of Markov chains

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    Stewart, Williams J

    1994-01-01

    A cornerstone of applied probability, Markov chains can be used to help model how plants grow, chemicals react, and atoms diffuse - and applications are increasingly being found in such areas as engineering, computer science, economics, and education. To apply the techniques to real problems, however, it is necessary to understand how Markov chains can be solved numerically. In this book, the first to offer a systematic and detailed treatment of the numerical solution of Markov chains, William Stewart provides scientists on many levels with the power to put this theory to use in the actual world, where it has applications in areas as diverse as engineering, economics, and education. His efforts make for essential reading in a rapidly growing field. Here, Stewart explores all aspects of numerically computing solutions of Markov chains, especially when the state is huge. He provides extensive background to both discrete-time and continuous-time Markov chains and examines many different numerical computing metho...

  7. Interval analysis for Certified Numerical Solution of Problems in Robotics

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    Merlet, Jean-Pierre

    2009-01-01

    International audience; Interval analysis is a relatively new mathematical tool that allows one to deal with problems that may have to be solved numerically with a computer. Examples of such problems are system solving and global optimization but numerous other problems may be addressed as well. This approach has the following general advantages: 1 it allows to find solutions of a problem only within some finite domain which make sense as soon as the unknowns in the problem are physical param...

  8. ANALYTIC SOLUTION AND NUMERICAL SOLUTION TO ENDOLYMPH EQUATION USING FRACTIONAL DERIVATIVE

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    2008-01-01

    In this paper,we study the solution to the endolymph equation using the fractional derivative of arbitrary orderλ(0<λ<1).The exact analytic solution is given by using Laplace transform in terms of Mittag-Leffler functions.We then evaluate the approximate numerical solution using MATLAB.

  9. Numerical solution of inviscid and viscous flow around the profile

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    Slouka, Martin; Kozel, Karel; Prihoda, Jaromir

    2015-05-01

    This work deals with the 2D numerical solution of inviscid compressible flow and viscous compressible laminar and turbulent flow around the profile. In a case of turbulent flow algebraic Baldwin-Lomax model is used and compared with Wilcox's k-ω model. Calculations are done in GAMM channel computational domain with 10% DCA profile and in turbine cascade computational domain with 8% DCA profile. Numerical methods are based on a finite volume solution and compared with experimental measurements for 8% DCA profile.

  10. Stochasticity in numerical solutions of the nonlinear Schroedinger equation

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    Shen, Mei-Mei; Nicholson, D. R.

    1987-01-01

    The cubically nonlinear Schroedinger equation is an important model of nonlinear phenomena in fluids and plasmas. Numerical solutions in a spatially periodic system commonly involve truncation to a finite number of Fourier modes. These solutions are found to be stochastic in the sense that the largest Liapunov exponent is positive. As the number of modes is increased, the size of this exponent appears to converge to zero, in agreement with the recent demonstration of the integrability of the spatially periodic case.

  11. Heat Transfer in a Porous Radial Fin: Analysis of Numerically Obtained Solutions

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    R. Jooma

    2017-01-01

    Full Text Available A time dependent nonlinear partial differential equation modelling heat transfer in a porous radial fin is considered. The Differential Transformation Method is employed in order to account for the steady state case. These solutions are then used as a means of assessing the validity of the numerical solutions obtained via the Crank-Nicolson finite difference method. In order to engage in the stability of this scheme we conduct a stability and dynamical systems analysis. These provide us with an assessment of the impact of the nonlinear sink terms on the stability of the numerical scheme employed and on the dynamics of the solutions.

  12. Numerical solution of a flow inside a labyrinth seal

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    2012-04-01

    Full Text Available The aim of this study is a behaviour of a flow inside a labyrinth seal on a rotating shaft. The labyrinth seal is a type of a non-contact seal where a leakage of a fluid is prevented by a rather complicated path, which the fluid has to overcome. In the presented case the sealed medium is the air and the seal is made by a system of 20 teeth on a rotating shaft situated against a smooth static surface. Centrifugal forces present due to the rotation of the shaft create vortices in each chamber and thus dissipate the axial velocity of the escaping air.The structure of the flow field inside the seal is studied through the use of numerical methods. Three-dimensional solution of the Navier-Stokes equations for turbulent flow is very time consuming. In order to reduce the computational time we can simplify our problem and solve it as an axisymmetric problem in a two-dimensional meridian plane. For this case we use a transformation of the Navier-Stokes equations and of the standard k-omega turbulence model into a cylindrical coordinate system. A finite volume method is used for the solution of the resulting problem. A one-side modification of the Riemann problem for boundary conditions is used at the inlet and at the outlet of the axisymmetric channel. The total pressure and total density (temperature are to be used preferably at the inlet whereas the static pressure is used at the outlet for the compatibility. This idea yields physically relevant boundary conditions. The important characteristics such as a mass flow rate and a power loss, depending on a pressure ratio (1.1 - 4 and an angular velocity (1000 - 15000 rpm are evaluated.

  13. Numerical modelling of the binary alloys solidification with solutal undercooling

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    Full Text Available In thc papcr descrip~ion of mathcmn~icaI and numerical modcl of binay alloy sot idification is prcscntcd. Mctal alloy consisting of maincomponent and solulc is introduced. Moving, sharp solidification rmnt is assumcd. Conaitulional undcrcooling phcnomcnon is tnkcn intoconsidcralion. As a solidifica~ionf ront advances, solutc is rcdistributcd at thc intcrfacc. Commonly, solutc is rejccted into Itlc liquid. whcrcit accumuIatcs into solittc boundary laycr. Depending on thc tcmpcrature gradient, such tiquid may be undcrcoolcd hclow its mclting point,cvcn though it is hot~crth an liquid at thc Front. This phcnomcnon is orten callcd constitutional or soIr~talu ndcrcool ing, to cmphasizc that itariscs from variations in solutal distribution or I iquid. An important conscqucncc of this accurnulntion of saIutc is that it can cause thc frontto brcak down into cclls or dendri~csT. his occurs bccausc thcrc is a liquid ahcad of thc front with lowcr solutc contcnt, and hcncc a highcrme1 ting tcmpcraturcs than liquid at thc front. In rhc papcr locarion and shapc of wndcrcoolcd rcgion dcpcnding on solidification pararnctcrsis discussed. Nurncrical mcthod basing on Fini tc Elelncnt Mctbod (FEM allowi~lgp rcdiction of breakdown of inoving planar front duringsolidification or binary alloy is proposed.

  14. The Asymptotic Behavior for Numerical Solution of a Volterra Equation

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    2003-01-01

    Long-time asymptotic stability and convergence properties for the numerical solution of a Volterra equation of parabolic type are studied. The methods are based on the first-second order backward difference methods. The memory term is approximated by the convolution quadrature and the interpolant quadrature. Discretization of the spatial partial differential operators by the finite element method is also considered.

  15. Numerical solution-space analysis of satisfiability problems

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    Mann, Alexander; Hartmann, A. K.

    2010-11-01

    The solution-space structure of the three-satisfiability problem (3-SAT) is studied as a function of the control parameter α (ratio of the number of clauses to the number of variables) using numerical simulations. For this purpose one has to sample the solution space with uniform weight. It is shown here that standard stochastic local-search (SLS) algorithms like average satisfiability (ASAT) exhibit a sampling bias, as does “Metropolis-coupled Markov chain Monte Carlo” (MCMCMC) (also known as “parallel tempering”) when run for feasible times. Nevertheless, unbiased samples of solutions can be obtained using the “ballistic-networking approach,” which is introduced here. It is a generalization of “ballistic search” methods and yields also a cluster structure of the solution space. As application, solutions of 3-SAT instances are generated using ASAT plus ballistic networking. The numerical results are compatible with a previous analytical prediction of a simple solution-space structure for small values of α and a transition to a clustered phase at αc≈3.86 , where the solution space breaks up into several non-negligible clusters. Furthermore, in the thermodynamic limit there are, even for α=4.25 close to the SAT-UNSAT transition αs≈4.267 , always clusters without any frozen variables. This may explain why some SLS algorithms are able to solve very large 3-SAT instances close to the SAT-UNSAT transition.

  16. Numerical Solution of Stochastic Nonlinear Fractional Differential Equations

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    El-Beltagy, Mohamed A.

    2015-01-07

    Using Wiener-Hermite expansion (WHE) technique in the solution of the stochastic partial differential equations (SPDEs) has the advantage of converting the problem to a system of deterministic equations that can be solved efficiently using the standard deterministic numerical methods [1]. WHE is the only known expansion that handles the white/colored noise exactly. This work introduces a numerical estimation of the stochastic response of the Duffing oscillator with fractional or variable order damping and driven by white noise. The WHE technique is integrated with the Grunwald-Letnikov approximation in case of fractional order and with Coimbra approximation in case of variable-order damping. The numerical solver was tested with the analytic solution and with Monte-Carlo simulations. The developed mixed technique was shown to be efficient in simulating SPDEs.

  17. Stability of Inviscid Flow over Airfoils Admitting Multiple Numerical Solutions

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    Liu, Ya; Xiong, Juntao; Liu, Feng; Luo, Shijun

    2012-11-01

    Multiple numerical solutions at the same flight condition are found of inviscid transonic flow over certain airfoils (Jameson et al., AIAA 2011-3509) within some Mach number range. Both symmetric and asymmetric solutions exist for a symmetric airfoil at zero angle of attack. Global linear stability analysis of the multiple solutions is conducted. Linear perturbation equations of the Euler equations around a steady-state solution are formed and discretized numerically. An eigenvalue problem is then constructed using the modal analysis approach. Only a small portion of the eigen spectrum is needed and thus can be found efficiently by using Arnoldi's algorithm. The least stable or unstable mode corresponds to the eigenvalue with the largest real part. Analysis of the NACA 0012 airfoil indicates stability of symmetric solutions of the Euler equations at conditions where buffet is found from unsteady Navier-Stokes equations. Euler solutions of the same airfoil but modified to include the displacement thickness of the boundary layer computed from the Navier-Stokes equations, however, exhibit instability based on the present linear stability analysis. Graduate Student.

  18. Numerical Solution for Stiff Dynamic Equations of Flexible Multibody System

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    L(U) Yan-ping; WU Guo-rong

    2008-01-01

    A nonlinear numerical integration method, based on forward and backward Euler integration methods, is proposed for solving the stiff dynamic equations of a flexible multibody system, which are transformed from the second order to the first order by adop- ring state variables. This method is of A0 stability and infinity stability. The numerical solutions violating the constraint equations are corrected by Blajer's modification approach. Simulation results of a slider-crank mechanism by the proposed method are in good a- greement with ones from other literature.

  19. The comparative study on analytical solutions and numerical solutions of displacement in transversely isotropic rock mass

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    Zhang, Zhizeng; Zhao, Zhao; Li, Yongtao

    2016-06-01

    This paper attempts to verify the correctness of the analytical displacement solution in transversely isotropic rock mass, and to determine the scope of its application. The analytical displacement solution of a circular tunnel in transversely isotropic rock mass was derived firstly. The analytical solution was compared with the numerical solution, which was carried out by FLAC3D software. The results show that the expression of the analytical displacement solution is correct, and the allowable engineering range is that the dip angle is less than 15 degrees.

  20. Analysis of numerical solutions for Bateman equations; Analise de solucoes numericas para as equacoes de Bateman

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    Loch, Guilherme G.; Bevilacqua, Joyce S., E-mail: guiloch@ime.usp.br, E-mail: joyce@ime.usp.br [Universidade de Sao Paulo (IME/USP), Sao Paulo, SP (Brazil). Departamento de Matematica Aplicada. Instituto de Matematica e Estatistica; Hiromoto, Goro; Rodrigues Junior, Orlando, E-mail: rodrijr@ipen.br, E-mail: hiromoto@ipen.br [Instituto de Pesquisas Energeticas e Nucleares (IPEN-CNEN/SP), Sao Paulo, SP (Brazil)

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    The implementation of stable and efficient numerical methods for solving problems involving nuclear transmutation and radioactive decay chains is the main scope of this work. The physical processes associated with irradiations of samples in particle accelerators, or the burning spent nuclear fuel in reactors, or simply the natural decay chains, can be represented by a set of first order ordinary differential equations with constant coefficients, for instance, the decay radioactive constants of each nuclide in the chain. Bateman proposed an analytical solution for a particular case of a linear chain with n nuclides decaying in series and with different decay constants. For more complex and realistic applications, the construction of analytical solutions is not viable and the introduction of numerical techniques is imperative. However, depending on the magnitudes of the decay radioactive constants, the matrix of coefficients could be almost singular, generating unstable and non convergent numerical solutions. In this work, different numerical strategies for solving systems of differential equations were implemented, the Runge-Kutta 4-4, Adams Predictor-Corrector (PC2) and the Rosenbrock algorithm, this last one more specific for stiff equations. Consistency, convergence and stability of the numerical solutions are studied and the performance of the methods is analyzed for the case of the natural decay chain of Uranium-235 comparing numerical with analytical solutions. (author)

  1. Numerical solution of Sylvester matrix equations: Application to dynamical systems

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    Shukooh Sadat Asari

    2016-01-01

    Full Text Available Many problems of control theory specially dynamical system lead to Sylvester equations. In this paper, we employ an iterative method of optimization based on partial swarm theory to solve the Sylvester system. To this purpose we consider dynamical system with different construction of state observer which lead to Sylvester observer equation. Using Pso to optimize the solution, obtain the solution with high accuracy comparison with other numerical methods, since the stability analysis of particle dynamics of PSO associated with the best particle is based on nonlinear feedback systems. Finally, some examples demonstrate the efficiency of the proposed method.

  2. How Long Do Numerical Chaotic Solutions Remain Valid?

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    Sauer, T. [Department of Mathematical Sciences , George Mason University , Fairfax, Virginia 22030 (United States); Sauer, T.; Yorke, J.A. [Institute for Physical Science and Technology, University of Maryland, College Park, Maryland 20742 (United States); Grebogi, C. [Institut fuer Theoretische Physik und Astrophysik , Universitaet Potsdam , PF 601553, D-14415 Potsdam (Germany)

    1997-07-01

    Dynamical conditions for the loss of validity of numerical chaotic solutions of physical systems are already understood. However, the fundamental questions of {open_quotes}how good{close_quotes} and {open_quotes}for how long{close_quotes} the solutions are valid remained unanswered. This work answers these questions by establishing scaling laws for the shadowing distance and for the shadowing time in terms of physically meaningful quantities that are easily computable in practice. The scaling theory is verified against a physical model. {copyright} {ital 1997} {ital The American Physical Society}

  3. Analytical Analysis and Numerical Solution of Two Flavours Skyrmion

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    Hadi, Miftachul; Hermawanto, Denny

    2010-01-01

    Two flavours Skyrmion will be analyzed analytically, in case of static and rotational Skyrme equations. Numerical solution of a nonlinear scalar field equation, i.e. the Skyrme equation, will be worked with finite difference method. This article is a more comprehensive version of \\textit{SU(2) Skyrme Model for Hadron} which have been published at Journal of Theoretical and Computational Studies, Volume \\textbf{3} (2004) 0407.

  4. Research on Dam Perspective Based on Numerical Solution

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    WANGZi-ru; ZHOUHui-cheng; LIMing-qiu

    2005-01-01

    The numerical solution of dam toe line is solved based on the dam data and topographic map of dam located. The display of dam perspective is also realized by programming of using VC++ and OpenGL. The research results above provide the foundation of construction design, construction lofting and information inquiry, which avoids the drawbacks of only using blueprints to do the same work in the past. The method used is useful in practical engineering.

  5. Comparison between analytical and numerical solution of mathematical drying model

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    Shahari, N.; Rasmani, K.; Jamil, N.

    2016-02-01

    Drying is often related to the food industry as a process of shifting heat and mass inside food, which helps in preserving food. Previous research using a mass transfer equation showed that the results were mostly concerned with the comparison between the simulation model and the experimental data. In this paper, the finite difference method was used to solve a mass equation during drying using different kinds of boundary condition, which are equilibrium and convective boundary conditions. The results of these two models provide a comparison between the analytical and the numerical solution. The result shows a close match between the two solution curves. It is concluded that the two proposed models produce an accurate solution to describe the moisture distribution content during the drying process. This analysis indicates that we have confidence in the behaviour of moisture in the numerical simulation. This result demonstrated that a combined analytical and numerical approach prove that the system is behaving physically. Based on this assumption, the model of mass transfer was extended to include the temperature transfer, and the result shows a similar trend to those presented in the simpler case.

  6. ADI FD schemes for the numerical solution of the three-dimensional Heston-Cox-Ingersoll-Ross PDE

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    Haentjens, Tinne

    2012-09-01

    This paper deals with the numerical solution of the time-dependent, three-dimensional Heston-Cox-Ingersoll- Ross PDE, with all correlations nonzero, for the fair pricing of European call options. We apply a finite difference dis-cretization on non-uniform spatial grids and then numerically solve the semi-discrete system in time by using an Alternating Direction Implicit scheme. We show that this leads to a highly efficient and stable numerical solution method.

  7. THEORETICAL STATISTICAL SOLUTION AND NUMERICAL SIMULATION OF HETEROGENEOUS BRITTLE MATERIALS

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    陈永强; 姚振汉; 郑小平

    2003-01-01

    The analytical stress-strain relation with heterogeneous parameters is derived for the heterogeneous brittle materials under a uniaxial extensional load,in which the distributions of the elastic modulus and the failure strength are assumed to be statistically independent.This theoretical solution gives an approximate estimate of the equivalent stress-strain relations for 3-D heterogeneous materials.In one-dimensional cases it may provide comparatively accurate results.The theoretical solution can help us to explain how the heterogeneity influences the mechanical behaviors.Further,a numerical approach is developed to model the non-linear behavior of three-dimensional heterogeneous brittle materials.The lattice approach and statistical techniques are applied to simulate the initial heterogeneity of heterogeneous materials.The load increment in each loading stage is adaptively determined so that the better approximation of the failure process can be realized.When the maximum tensile principal strain exceeds the failure strain,the elements are considered to be broken,which can be carried out by replacing its Young's modulus with a very small value.A 3-D heterogeneous brittle material specimen is simulated during a full failure process.The numerical results are in good agreement with the analytical solutions and experimental data.

  8. Phoretic motion of soft vesicles and droplets: an XFEM/particle-based numerical solution

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    Shen, Tong; Vernerey, Franck

    2017-03-01

    When immersed in solution, surface-active particles interact with solute molecules and migrate along gradients of solute concentration. Depending on the conditions, this phenomenon could arise from either diffusiophoresis or the Marangoni effect, both of which involve strong interactions between the fluid and the particle surface. We introduce here a numerical approach that can accurately capture these interactions, and thus provide an efficient tool to understand and characterize the phoresis of soft particles. The model is based on a combination of the extended finite element—that enable the consideration of various discontinuities across the particle surface—and the particle-based moving interface method—that is used to measure and update the interface deformation in time. In addition to validating the approach with analytical solutions, the model is used to study the motion of deformable vesicles in solutions with spatial variations in both solute concentration and temperature.

  9. Numerical solution of Boltzmann's equation

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    Sod, G.A.

    1976-04-01

    The numerical solution of Boltzmann's equation is considered for a gas model consisting of rigid spheres by means of Hilbert's expansion. If only the first two terms of the expansion are retained, Boltzmann's equation reduces to the Boltzmann-Hilbert integral equation. Successive terms in the Hilbert expansion are obtained by solving the same integral equation with a different source term. The Boltzmann-Hilbert integral equation is solved by a new very fast numerical method. The success of the method rests upon the simultaneous use of four judiciously chosen expansions; Hilbert's expansion for the distribution function, another expansion of the distribution function in terms of Hermite polynomials, the expansion of the kernel in terms of the eigenvalues and eigenfunctions of the Hilbert operator, and an expansion involved in solving a system of linear equations through a singular value decomposition. The numerical method is applied to the study of the shock structure in one space dimension. Numerical results are presented for Mach numbers of 1.1 and 1.6. 94 refs, 7 tables, 1 fig.

  10. Concentration Dependent Structure of Block Copolymer Solutions

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    Choi, Soohyung; Bates, Frank S.; Lodge, Timothy P.

    2015-03-01

    Addition of solvent molecules into block copolymer can induce additional interactions between the solvent and both blocks, and therefore expands the range of accessible self-assembled morphologies. In particular, the distribution of solvent molecules plays a key role in determining the microstructure and its characteristic domain spacing. In this study, concentration dependent structures formed by poly(styrene-b-ethylene-alt-propylene) (PS-PEP) solution in squalane are investigated using small-angle X-ray scattering. This reveals that squalane is essentially completely segregated into the PEP domains. In addition, the conformation of the PS block changes from stretched to nearly fully relaxed (i.e., Gaussian conformation) as amounts of squalane increases. NRF

  11. Bio-based lubricants for numerical solution of elastohydrodynamic lubrication

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    Cupu, Dedi Rosa Putra; Sheriff, Jamaluddin Md; Osman, Kahar

    2012-06-01

    This paper presents a programming code to provide numerical solution of elastohydrodynamic lubrication problem in line contacts which is modeled through an infinite cylinder on a plane to represent the application of roller bearing. In this simulation, vegetable oils will be used as bio-based lubricants. Temperature is assumed to be constant at 40°C. The results show that the EHL pressure for all vegetable oils was increasing from inlet flow until the center, then decrease a bit and rise to the peak pressure. The shapes of EHL film thickness for all tested vegetable oils are almost flat at contact region.

  12. One-dimensional spatially dependent solute transport in semi ...

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    One-dimensional spatially dependent solute transport in semi-infinite porous media: an analytical solution. ... Journal Home > Vol 9, No 4 (2017) > ... In this mathematical model the dispersion coefficient is considered spatially dependent while ...

  13. A numerical solution for the diffusion equation in hydrogeologic systems

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    Ishii, A.L.; Healy, R.W.; Striegl, R.G.

    1989-01-01

    The documentation of a computer code for the numerical solution of the linear diffusion equation in one or two dimensions in Cartesian or cylindrical coordinates is presented. Applications of the program include molecular diffusion, heat conduction, and fluid flow in confined systems. The flow media may be anisotropic and heterogeneous. The model is formulated by replacing the continuous linear diffusion equation by discrete finite-difference approximations at each node in a block-centered grid. The resulting matrix equation is solved by the method of preconditioned conjugate gradients. The conjugate gradient method does not require the estimation of iteration parameters and is guaranteed convergent in the absence of rounding error. The matrixes are preconditioned to decrease the steps to convergence. The model allows the specification of any number of boundary conditions for any number of stress periods, and the output of a summary table for selected nodes showing flux and the concentration of the flux quantity for each time step. The model is written in a modular format for ease of modification. The model was verified by comparison of numerical and analytical solutions for cases of molecular diffusion, two-dimensional heat transfer, and axisymmetric radial saturated fluid flow. Application of the model to a hypothetical two-dimensional field situation of gas diffusion in the unsaturated zone is demonstrated. The input and output files are included as a check on program installation. The definition of variables, input requirements, flow chart, and program listing are included in the attachments. (USGS)

  14. Numerical solution of High-kappa model of superconductivity

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    Karamikhova, R. [Univ. of Texas, Arlington, TX (United States)

    1996-12-31

    We present formulation and finite element approximations of High-kappa model of superconductivity which is valid in the high {kappa}, high magnetic field setting and accounts for applied magnetic field and current. Major part of this work deals with steady-state and dynamic computational experiments which illustrate our theoretical results numerically. In our experiments we use Galerkin discretization in space along with Backward-Euler and Crank-Nicolson schemes in time. We show that for moderate values of {kappa}, steady states of the model system, computed using the High-kappa model, are virtually identical with results computed using the full Ginzburg-Landau (G-L) equations. We illustrate numerically optimal rates of convergence in space and time for the L{sup 2} and H{sup 1} norms of the error in the High-kappa solution. Finally, our numerical approximations demonstrate some well-known experimentally observed properties of high-temperature superconductors, such as appearance of vortices, effects of increasing the applied magnetic field and the sample size, and the effect of applied constant current.

  15. Accelerating numerical solution of stochastic differential equations with CUDA

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    Januszewski, M.; Kostur, M.

    2010-01-01

    hundreds of threads simultaneously makes it possible to speed up the computation by over two orders of magnitude, compared to a typical modern CPU. Solution method: The stochastic Runge-Kutta method of the second order is applied to integrate the equation of motion. Ensemble-averaged quantities of interest are obtained through averaging over multiple independent realizations of the system. Unusual features: The numerical solution of the stochastic differential equations in question is performed on a GPU using the CUDA environment. Running time: < 1 minute

  16. Numerical analysis of time-dependent Boussinesq models

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    Houwen, P.J. van der; Mooiman, J.; Wubs, F.W.

    1991-01-01

    In this paper we analyse numerical models for time-dependent Boussinesq equations. These equations arise when so-called Boussinesq terms are introduced into the shallow water equations. We use the Boussinesq terms proposed by Katapodes and Dingemans. These terms generalize the constant depth terms g

  17. A Riemann-Hilbert problem for the finite-genus solutions of the KdV equation and its numerical solution

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    Trogdon, Thomas; Deconinck, Bernard

    2013-05-01

    We derive a Riemann-Hilbert problem satisfied by the Baker-Akhiezer function for the finite-gap solutions of the Korteweg-de Vries (KdV) equation. As usual for Riemann-Hilbert problems associated with solutions of integrable equations, this formulation has the benefit that the space and time dependence appears in an explicit, linear and computable way. We make use of recent advances in the numerical solution of Riemann-Hilbert problems to produce an efficient and uniformly accurate numerical method for computing all periodic and quasi-periodic finite-genus solutions of the KdV equation.

  18. Editorial: Special Issue on Analytical and Approximate Solutions for Numerical Problems

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    Walailak Journal of Science and Technology

    2014-08-01

    Full Text Available Though methods and algorithms in numerical analysis are not new, they have become increasingly popular with the development of high speed computing capabilities. Indeed, the ready availability of high speed modern digital computers and easy-to-employ powerful software packages has had a major impact on science, engineering education and practice in the recent past. Researchers in the past had to depend on analytical skills to solve significant engineering problems but, nowadays, researchers have access to tremendous amount of computation power under their fingertips, and they mostly require understanding the physical nature of the problem and interpreting the results. For some problems, several approximate analytical solutions already exist for simple cases but finding new solution to complex problems by designing and developing novel techniques and algorithms are indeed a great challenging task to give approximate solutions and sufficient accuracy especially for engineering purposes. In particular, it is frequently assumed that deriving an analytical solution for any problem is simpler than obtaining a numerical solution for the same problem. But in most of the cases relationships between numerical and analytical solutions complexities are exactly opposite to each other. In addition, analytical solutions are limited to relatively simple problems while numerical ones can be obtained for complex realistic situations. Indeed, analytical solutions are very useful for testing (benchmarking numerical codes and for understanding principal physical controls of complex processes that are modeled numerically. During the recent past, in order to overcome some numerical difficulties a variety of numerical approaches were introduced, such as the finite difference methods (FDM, the finite element methods (FEM, and other alternative methods. Numerical methods typically include material on such topics as computer precision, root finding techniques, solving

  19. Deterministic numerical solutions of the Boltzmann equation using the fast spectral method

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    Wu, Lei; White, Craig; Scanlon, Thomas J.; Reese, Jason M.; Zhang, Yonghao

    2013-10-01

    The Boltzmann equation describes the dynamics of rarefied gas flows, but the multidimensional nature of its collision operator poses a real challenge for its numerical solution. In this paper, the fast spectral method [36], originally developed by Mouhot and Pareschi for the numerical approximation of the collision operator, is extended to deal with other collision kernels, such as those corresponding to the soft, Lennard-Jones, and rigid attracting potentials. The accuracy of the fast spectral method is checked by comparing our numerical solutions of the space-homogeneous Boltzmann equation with the exact Bobylev-Krook-Wu solutions for a gas of Maxwell molecules. It is found that the accuracy is improved by replacing the trapezoidal rule with Gauss-Legendre quadrature in the calculation of the kernel mode, and the conservation of momentum and energy are ensured by the Lagrangian multiplier method without loss of spectral accuracy. The relax-to-equilibrium processes of different collision kernels with the same value of shear viscosity are then compared; the numerical results indicate that different forms of the collision kernels can be used as long as the shear viscosity (not only the value, but also its temperature dependence) is recovered. An iteration scheme is employed to obtain stationary solutions of the space-inhomogeneous Boltzmann equation, where the numerical errors decay exponentially. Four classical benchmarking problems are investigated: the normal shock wave, and the planar Fourier/Couette/force-driven Poiseuille flows. For normal shock waves, our numerical results are compared with a finite difference solution of the Boltzmann equation for hard sphere molecules, experimental data, and molecular dynamics simulation of argon using the realistic Lennard-Jones potential. For planar Fourier/Couette/force-driven Poiseuille flows, our results are compared with the direct simulation Monte Carlo method. Excellent agreements are observed in all test cases

  20. Exact and Numerical Solutions of a Spatially-Distributed Mathematical Model for Fluid and Solute Transport in Peritoneal Dialysis

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    Roman Cherniha

    2016-06-01

    Full Text Available The nonlinear mathematical model for solute and fluid transport induced by the osmotic pressure of glucose and albumin with the dependence of several parameters on the hydrostatic pressure is described. In particular, the fractional space available for macromolecules (albumin was used as a typical example and fractional fluid void volume were assumed to be different functions of hydrostatic pressure. In order to find non-uniform steady-state solutions analytically, some mathematical restrictions on the model parameters were applied. Exact formulae (involving hypergeometric functions for the density of fluid flux from blood to tissue and the fluid flux across tissues were constructed. In order to justify the applicability of the analytical results obtained, a wide range of numerical simulations were performed. It was found that the analytical formulae can describe with good approximation the fluid and solute transport (especially the rate of ultrafiltration for a wide range of values of the model parameters.

  1. The Henry problem: New semianalytical solution for velocity-dependent dispersion

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    Fahs, Marwan; Ataie-Ashtiani, Behzad; Younes, Anis; Simmons, Craig T.; Ackerer, Philippe

    2016-09-01

    A new semianalytical solution is developed for the velocity-dependent dispersion Henry problem using the Fourier-Galerkin method (FG). The integral arising from the velocity-dependent dispersion term is evaluated numerically using an accurate technique based on an adaptive scheme. Numerical integration and nonlinear dependence of the dispersion on the velocity render the semianalytical solution impractical. To alleviate this issue and to obtain the solution at affordable computational cost, a robust implementation for solving the nonlinear system arising from the FG method is developed. It allows for reducing the number of attempts of the iterative procedure and the computational cost by iteration. The accuracy of the semianalytical solution is assessed in terms of the truncation orders of the Fourier series. An appropriate algorithm based on the sensitivity of the solution to the number of Fourier modes is used to obtain the required truncation levels. The resulting Fourier series are used to analytically evaluate the position of the principal isochlors and metrics characterizing the saltwater wedge. They are also used to calculate longitudinal and transverse dispersive fluxes and to provide physical insight into the dispersion mechanisms within the mixing zone. The developed semianalytical solutions are compared against numerical solutions obtained using an in house code based on variant techniques for both space and time discretization. The comparison provides better confidence on the accuracy of both numerical and semianalytical results. It shows that the new solutions are highly sensitive to the approximation techniques used in the numerical code which highlights their benefits for code benchmarking.

  2. Numerical study of wave effects on groundwater flow and solute transport in a laboratory beach

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    Geng, Xiaolong; Boufadel, Michel C.; Xia, Yuqiang; Li, Hailong; Zhao, Lin; Jackson, Nancy L.; Miller, Richard S.

    2014-09-01

    A numerical study was undertaken to investigate the effects of waves on groundwater flow and associated inland-released solute transport based on tracer experiments in a laboratory beach. The MARUN model was used to simulate the density-dependent groundwater flow and subsurface solute transport in the saturated and unsaturated regions of the beach subjected to waves. The Computational Fluid Dynamics (CFD) software, Fluent, was used to simulate waves, which were the seaward boundary condition for MARUN. A no-wave case was also simulated for comparison. Simulation results matched the observed water table and concentration at numerous locations. The results revealed that waves generated seawater-groundwater circulations in the swash and surf zones of the beach, which induced a large seawater-groundwater exchange across the beach face. In comparison to the no-wave case, waves significantly increased the residence time and spreading of inland-applied solutes in the beach. Waves also altered solute pathways and shifted the solute discharge zone further seaward. Residence Time Maps (RTM) revealed that the wave-induced residence time of the inland-applied solutes was largest near the solute exit zone to the sea. Sensitivity analyses suggested that the change in the permeability in the beach altered solute transport properties in a nonlinear way. Due to the slow movement of solutes in the unsaturated zone, the mass of the solute in the unsaturated zone, which reached up to 10% of the total mass in some cases, constituted a continuous slow release of solutes to the saturated zone of the beach. This means of control was not addressed in prior studies.

  3. Numerical solution of fuzzy boundary value problems using Galerkin method

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    SMITA TAPASWINI; S CHAKRAVERTY; JUAN J NIETO

    2017-01-01

    This paper proposes a new technique based on Galerkin method for solving nth order fuzzy boundary value problem. The proposed method has been illustrated by considering three different cases depending upon the sign of coefficients with benchmark example problems. To show the applicability of the proposed method, an application problem related to heat conduction has also been studied. The results obtained by the proposed methods are compared with the exact solution and other existing methods for demonstrating the validity and efficiency of the present method.

  4. Numerical Solutions for Supersonic Flow of an Ideal Gas Around Blunt Two-Dimensional Bodies

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    Fuller, Franklyn B.

    1961-01-01

    The method described is an inverse one; the shock shape is chosen and the solution proceeds downstream to a body. Bodies blunter than circular cylinders are readily accessible, and any adiabatic index can be chosen. The lower limit to the free-stream Mach number available in any case is determined by the extent of the subsonic field, which in turn depends upon the body shape. Some discussion of the stability of the numerical processes is given. A set of solutions for flows about circular cylinders at several Mach numbers and several values of the adiabatic index is included.

  5. Numerical solution of Rosenau-KdV equation using subdomain finite element method

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    S. Battal Gazi Karakoc

    2016-02-01

    analytical and numerical solutions. Applying the von-Neumann stability analysis, the proposed method is illustrated to be unconditionally stable. The method is applied on three test examples, and the computed numerical solutions are in good agreement with the result available in literature as well as with exact solutions. The numerical results depict that the scheme is efficient and feasible.

  6. Bayesian inference in the numerical solution of Laplace's equation

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    Mendes, Fábio Macêdo; da Costa Júnior, Edson Alves

    2012-05-01

    Inference is not unrelated to numerical analysis: given partial information about a mathematical problem, one has to estimate the unknown "true solution" and uncertainties. Many methods of interpolation (least squares, Kriging, Tikhonov regularization, etc) have also a probabilistic interpretation. O'Hagan showed that quadratures can also be constructed explicitly as a form of Bayesian inference (O'Hagan, A., BAYESIAN STATISTICS (1992) 4, pp. 345-363). In his framework, the integrand is modeled as a Gaussian process. It is then possible to build a reliable estimate for the value of the integral by conditioning the stochastic process to the known values of the integr nd in a finite set of points. The present work applies a similar method for the problem of solving Laplace's equation inside a closed boundary. First, one needs a Gaussian process that yields arbitrary harmonic functions. Secondly, the boundaries (Dirichilet or Neumann conditions) are used to update these probabilities and to estimate the solution in the whole domain. This procedure is similar to the widely used Boundary Element Method, but differs from it in the treatment of the boundaries. The language of Bayesian inference gives more flexibility on how the boundary conditions and conservation laws can be handled. This flexibility can be used to attain greater accuracy using a coarser discretization of the boundary and can open doors to more efficient implementations.

  7. A numerical procedure to compute the stabilising solution of game theoretic Riccati equations of stochastic control

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    Dragan, Vasile; Ivanov, Ivan

    2011-04-01

    In this article, the problem of the numerical computation of the stabilising solution of the game theoretic algebraic Riccati equation is investigated. The Riccati equation under consideration occurs in connection with the solution of the H ∞ control problem for a class of stochastic systems affected by state-dependent and control-dependent white noise and subjected to Markovian jumping. The stabilising solution of the considered game theoretic Riccati equation is obtained as a limit of a sequence of approximations constructed based on stabilising solutions of a sequence of algebraic Riccati equations of stochastic control with definite sign of the quadratic part. The proposed algorithm extends to this general framework the method proposed in Lanzon, Feng, Anderson, and Rotkowitz (Lanzon, A., Feng, Y., Anderson, B.D.O., and Rotkowitz, M. (2008), 'Computing the Positive Stabilizing Solution to Algebraic Riccati Equations with an Indefinite Quadratic Term Viaa Recursive Method,' IEEE Transactions on Automatic Control, 53, pp. 2280-2291). In the proof of the convergence of the proposed algorithm different concepts associated the generalised Lyapunov operators as stability, stabilisability and detectability are widely involved. The efficiency of the proposed algorithm is demonstrated by several numerical experiments.

  8. Multiresolution strategies for the numerical solution of optimal control problems

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    Jain, Sachin

    There exist many numerical techniques for solving optimal control problems but less work has been done in the field of making these algorithms run faster and more robustly. The main motivation of this work is to solve optimal control problems accurately in a fast and efficient way. Optimal control problems are often characterized by discontinuities or switchings in the control variables. One way of accurately capturing the irregularities in the solution is to use a high resolution (dense) uniform grid. This requires a large amount of computational resources both in terms of CPU time and memory. Hence, in order to accurately capture any irregularities in the solution using a few computational resources, one can refine the mesh locally in the region close to an irregularity instead of refining the mesh uniformly over the whole domain. Therefore, a novel multiresolution scheme for data compression has been designed which is shown to outperform similar data compression schemes. Specifically, we have shown that the proposed approach results in fewer grid points in the grid compared to a common multiresolution data compression scheme. The validity of the proposed mesh refinement algorithm has been verified by solving several challenging initial-boundary value problems for evolution equations in 1D. The examples have demonstrated the stability and robustness of the proposed algorithm. The algorithm adapted dynamically to any existing or emerging irregularities in the solution by automatically allocating more grid points to the region where the solution exhibited sharp features and fewer points to the region where the solution was smooth. Thereby, the computational time and memory usage has been reduced significantly, while maintaining an accuracy equivalent to the one obtained using a fine uniform mesh. Next, a direct multiresolution-based approach for solving trajectory optimization problems is developed. The original optimal control problem is transcribed into a

  9. Analysis and Numerical Solutions of Positive and Dead Core Solutions of Singular Sturm-Liouville Problems

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    Gernot Pulverer

    2010-01-01

    Full Text Available In this paper, we investigate the singular Sturm-Liouville problem u′′=λg(u, u′(0=0, βu′(1+αu(1=A, where λ is a nonnegative parameter, β≥0, α>0, and A>0. We discuss the existence of multiple positive solutions and show that for certain values of λ, there also exist solutions that vanish on a subinterval [0,ρ]⊂[0,1, the so-called dead core solutions. The theoretical findings are illustrated by computational experiments for g(u=1/u and for some model problems from the class of singular differential equations (ϕ(u′′+f(t,u′=λg(t,u,u′ discussed in Agarwal et al. (2007. For the numerical simulation, the collocation method implemented in our MATLAB code bvpsuite has been applied.

  10. Comparison of input parameters regarding rock mass in analytical solution and numerical modelling

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    Yasitli, N. E.

    2016-12-01

    Characteristics of stress redistribution around a tunnel excavated in rock are of prime importance for an efficient tunnelling operation and maintaining stability. As it is a well known fact that rock mass properties are the most important factors affecting stability together with in-situ stress field and tunnel geometry. Induced stresses and resultant deformation around a tunnel can be approximated by means of analytical solutions and application of numerical modelling. However, success of these methods depends on assumptions and input parameters which must be representative for the rock mass. However, mechanical properties of intact rock can be found by laboratory testing. The aim of this paper is to demonstrate the importance of proper representation of rock mass properties as input data for analytical solution and numerical modelling. For this purpose, intact rock data were converted into rock mass data by using the Hoek-Brown failure criterion and empirical relations. Stress-deformation analyses together with yield zone thickness determination have been carried out by using analytical solutions and numerical analyses by using FLAC3D programme. Analyses results have indicated that incomplete and incorrect design causes stability and economic problems in the tunnel. For this reason during the tunnel design analytical data and rock mass data should be used together. In addition, this study was carried out to prove theoretically that numerical modelling results should be applied to the tunnel design for the stability and for the economy of the support.

  11. Analytical solution of one dimensional temporally dependent ...

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    The models involve the one-site, two-site, and two-region ... (2005) presented an analytical solution to advection-dispersion equation ... transfer of heat in fluids, flow through porous media, and the spread of contaminants in fluids and in ...

  12. Numerical method for solving the three-dimensional time-dependent neutron diffusion equation

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    Khaled, S.M. [Institute of Nuclear Techniques, Budapest University of Technology and Economics, Budapest (Hungary)]. E-mail: K_S_MAHMOUD@hotmail.com; Szatmary, Z. [Institute of Nuclear Techniques, Budapest University of Technology and Economics, Budapest (Hungary)]. E-mail: szatmary@reak.bme.hu

    2005-07-01

    A numerical time-implicit method has been developed for solving the coupled three-dimensional time-dependent multi-group neutron diffusion and delayed neutron precursor equations. The numerical stability of the implicit computation scheme and the convergence of the iterative associated processes have been evaluated. The computational scheme requires the solution of large linear systems at each time step. For this purpose, the point over-relaxation Gauss-Seidel method was chosen. A new scheme was introduced instead of the usual source iteration scheme. (author)

  13. Numerical Modelling of Wind Waves. Problems, Solutions, Verifications, and Applications

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    Polnikov, Vladislav

    2011-01-01

    The time-space evolution of the field is described by the transport equation for the 2-dimensional wave energy spectrum density, S(x,t), spread in the space, x, and time, t. This equation has the forcing named the source function, F, depending on both the wave spectrum, S, and the external wave-making factors: local wind, W(x, t), and local current, U(x, t). The source function contains certain physical mechanisms responsible for a wave spectrum evolution. It is used to distinguish three terms in function F: the wind-wave energy exchange mechanism, In; the energy conservative mechanism of nonlinear wave-wave interactions, Nl; and the wave energy loss mechanism, Dis. Differences in mathematical representation of the source function terms determine general differences between wave models. The problem is to derive analytical representations for the source function terms said above from the fundamental wave equations. Basing on publications of numerous authors and on the last two decades studies of the author, th...

  14. A practice-driven systematic review of dependency analysis solutions

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    Callo Arias, Trosky B.; Spek, Pieter van der; Avgeriou, Paris

    2011-01-01

    When following architecture-driven strategies to develop large software-intensive systems, the analysis of the dependencies is not an easy task. In this paper, we report a systematic literature review on dependency analysis solutions. Dependency analysis concerns making dependencies due to interconn

  15. Milne, a routine for the numerical solution of Milne's problem

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    Rawat, Ajay; Mohankumar, N.

    2010-11-01

    The routine Milne provides accurate numerical values for the classical Milne's problem of neutron transport for the planar one speed and isotropic scattering case. The solution is based on the Case eigen-function formalism. The relevant X functions are evaluated accurately by the Double Exponential quadrature. The calculated quantities are the extrapolation distance and the scalar and the angular fluxes. Also, the H function needed in astrophysical calculations is evaluated as a byproduct. Program summaryProgram title: Milne Catalogue identifier: AEGS_v1_0 Program summary URL:http://cpc.cs.qub.ac.uk/summaries/AEGS_v1_0.html Program obtainable from: CPC Program Library, Queen's University, Belfast, N. Ireland Licensing provisions: Standard CPC licence, http://cpc.cs.qub.ac.uk/licence/licence.html No. of lines in distributed program, including test data, etc.: 701 No. of bytes in distributed program, including test data, etc.: 6845 Distribution format: tar.gz Programming language: Fortran 77 Computer: PC under Linux or Windows Operating system: Ubuntu 8.04 (Kernel version 2.6.24-16-generic), Windows-XP Classification: 4.11, 21.1, 21.2 Nature of problem: The X functions are integral expressions. The convergence of these regular and Cauchy Principal Value integrals are impaired by the singularities of the integrand in the complex plane. The DE quadrature scheme tackles these singularities in a robust manner compared to the standard Gauss quadrature. Running time: The test included in the distribution takes a few seconds to run.

  16. Numerical solution of the Penna model of biological aging with age-modified mutation rate

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    Magdoń-Maksymowicz, M. S.; Maksymowicz, A. Z.

    2009-06-01

    In this paper we present results of numerical calculation of the Penna bit-string model of biological aging, modified for the case of a -dependent mutation rate m(a) , where a is the parent’s age. The mutation rate m(a) is the probability per bit of an extra bad mutation introduced in offspring inherited genome. We assume that m(a) increases with age a . As compared with the reference case of the standard Penna model based on a constant mutation rate m , the dynamics of the population growth shows distinct changes in age distribution of the population. Here we concentrate on mortality q(a) , a fraction of items eliminated from the population when we go from age (a) to (a+1) in simulated transition from time (t) to next time (t+1) . The experimentally observed q(a) dependence essentially follows the Gompertz exponential law for a above the minimum reproduction age. Deviation from the Gompertz law is however observed for the very old items, close to the maximal age. This effect may also result from an increase in mutation rate m with age a discussed in this paper. The numerical calculations are based on analytical solution of the Penna model, presented in a series of papers by Coe [J. B. Coe, Y. Mao, and M. E. Cates, Phys. Rev. Lett. 89, 288103 (2002)]. Results of the numerical calculations are supported by the data obtained from computer simulation based on the solution by Coe

  17. Time-dependent exact solutions of the nonlinear Kompaneets equation

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    Ibragimov, N H, E-mail: nib@bth.s [Department of Mathematics and Science, Blekinge Institute of Technology, 371 79 Karlskrona (Sweden)

    2010-12-17

    Time-dependent exact solutions of the Kompaneets photon diffusion equation are obtained for several approximations of this equation. One of the approximations describes the case when the induced scattering is dominant. In this case, the Kompaneets equation has an additional symmetry which is used for constructing some exact solutions as group invariant solutions. (fast track communication)

  18. Numerical analysis of singular solutions of two-dimensional problems of asymmetric elasticity

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    Korepanov, V. V.; Matveenko, V. P.; Fedorov, A. Yu.; Shardakov, I. N.

    2013-07-01

    An algorithm for the numerical analysis of singular solutions of two-dimensional problems of asymmetric elasticity is considered. The algorithm is based on separation of a power-law dependence from the finite-element solution in a neighborhood of singular points in the domain under study, where singular solutions are possible. The obtained power-law dependencies allow one to conclude whether the stresses have singularities and what the character of these singularities is. The algorithm was tested for problems of classical elasticity by comparing the stress singularity exponents obtained by the proposed method and from known analytic solutions. Problems with various cases of singular points, namely, body surface points at which either the smoothness of the surface is violated, or the type of boundary conditions is changed, or distinct materials are in contact, are considered as applications. The stress singularity exponents obtained by using the models of classical and asymmetric elasticity are compared. It is shown that, in the case of cracks, the stress singularity exponents are the same for the elasticity models under study, but for other cases of singular points, the stress singularity exponents obtained on the basis of asymmetric elasticity have insignificant quantitative distinctions from the solutions of the classical elasticity.

  19. The fundamental solution and numerical solution of the Riesz fractional advection-dispersion equation

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    Shen, S.; Liu, F.; Anh, V.; Turner, I.

    2008-12-01

    In this paper, we consider a Riesz fractional advection-dispersion equation (RFADE), which is derived from the kinetics of chaotic dynamics. The RFADE is obtained from the standard advection-dispersion equation by replacing the first-order and second-order space derivatives by the Riesz fractional derivatives of order{alpha} [isin] (0, 1) and {beta} [isin] (1, 2], respectively. We derive the fundamental solution for the Riesz fractional advection-dispersion equation with an initial condition (RFADE-IC). We investigate a discrete random walk model based on an explicit finite-difference approximation for the RFADE-IC and prove that the random walk model belongs to the domain of attraction of the corresponding stable distribution. We also present explicit and implicit difference approximations for the Riesz fractional advection-dispersion equation with initial and boundary conditions (RFADE-IBC) in a finite domain. Stability and convergence of these numerical methods for the RFADE-IBC are discussed. Some numerical examples are given to show that the numerical results are in good agreement with our theoretical analysis.

  20. Numerical solution of nonlinear partial differential equations of mixed type. [finite difference approximation

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    Jameson, A.

    1976-01-01

    A review is presented of some recently developed numerical methods for the solution of nonlinear equations of mixed type. The methods considered use finite difference approximations to the differential equation. Central difference formulas are employed in the subsonic zone and upwind difference formulas are used in the supersonic zone. The relaxation method for the small disturbance equation is discussed and a description is given of difference schemes for the potential flow equation in quasi-linear form. Attention is also given to difference schemes for the potential flow equation in conservation form, the analysis of relaxation schemes by the time dependent analogy, the accelerated iterative method, and three-dimensional calculations.

  1. Numerical Solution of Problem for Non-Stationary Heat Conduction in Multi-Layer Bodies

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    R. I. Еsman

    2007-01-01

    Full Text Available A mathematical model for non-stationary heat conduction of multi-layer bodies has been developed. Dirac’s δ-function is used to take into account phase and chemical transformations in one of the wall layers. While formulating a problem non-linear heat conduction equations have been used with due account of dependence of thermal and physical characteristics on temperature. Solution of the problem is realized with the help of methods of a numerical experiment and computer modeling.

  2. Numerical Solutions of Mechanical Turbulent Filtration Equation Used in Mechatronics and Micro Mechanic

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    Hassan Fathabadi

    2013-08-01

    Full Text Available In this study, several novel numerical solutions are presented to solve the turbulent filtration equation and its special case called “Non-Newtonian mechanical filtration equation”. The turbulent filtration equation in porous media is a very important equation which has many applications to solve the problems appearing especially in mechatronics, micro mechanic and fluid mechanic. Many applied mechanical problems can be solved using this equation. For example, non-Newtonian mechanical filtration equation solves many filtration problems in fluid mechanic. The novel proposed discrete numerical solutions are simulated in MATLAB/simulink environment to validate the theoretically numerical solutions and proofing that the proposed numerical solutions are realizable.

  3. Analytical solutions of moisture flow equations and their numerical evaluation

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    Gibbs, A.G.

    1981-04-01

    The role of analytical solutions of idealized moisture flow problems is discussed. Some different formulations of the moisture flow problem are reviewed. A number of different analytical solutions are summarized, including the case of idealized coupled moisture and heat flow. The evaluation of special functions which commonly arise in analytical solutions is discussed, including some pitfalls in the evaluation of expressions involving combinations of special functions. Finally, perturbation theory methods are summarized which can be used to obtain good approximate analytical solutions to problems which are too complicated to solve exactly, but which are close to an analytically solvable problem.

  4. Some three-body numerical solutions for low-thrust orbiter missions.

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    Mackay, J. S.; Mascy, A. C.

    1971-01-01

    A ?velocity at the sphere of influence' method and an asymptotic matching method of patching together two-body low thrust solutions are compared to a number of three-body numerical results for outer planet orbiter missions. The two patching methods compare well with the numerical three-body results and do not depend on any particular choice for the size of the sphere of influence. The results apply, in a strict sense, only to the operational mode used-high-thrust terminal retro into orbit. Low-thrust spirals are not considered in the three-body analysis. The terminal low-thrust phase of thrusting is almost entirely reverse to the velocity vector during the planet centered phase of the trajectory. This may lead to important simplifications for low-thrust guidance and navigation procedures.

  5. Relevance of Chaos in Numerical Solutions of Quantum Billiards

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    Li, B; Hu, B; Li, Baowen; Robnik, Marko; Hu, Bambi

    1998-01-01

    In this paper we have tested several general numerical methods in solving the quantum billiards, such as the boundary integral method (BIM) and the plane wave decomposition method (PWDM). We performed extensive numerical investigations of these two methods in a variety of quantum billiards: integrable systens (circles, rectangles, and segments of circular annulus), Kolmogorov-Armold-Moser (KAM) systems (Robnik billiards), and fully chaotic systems (ergodic, such as Bunimovich stadium, Sinai billiard and cardiod billiard). We have analyzed the scaling of the average absolute value of the systematic error $\\Delta E$ of the eigenenergy in units of the mean level spacing with the density of discretization $b$ (which is number of numerical nodes on the boundary within one de Broglie wavelength) and its relationship with the geometry and the classical dynamics. In contradistinction to the BIM, we find that in the PWDM the classical chaos is definitely relevant for the numerical accuracy at a fixed density of discre...

  6. Soliton solutions of some nonlinear evolution equations with time-dependent coefficients

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    Hitender Kumar; Anand Malik; Fakir Chand

    2013-02-01

    In this paper, we obtain exact soliton solutions of the modified KdV equation, inho-mogeneous nonlinear Schrödinger equation and (, ) equation with variable coefficients using solitary wave ansatz. The constraint conditions among the time-dependent coefficients turn out as necessary conditions for the solitons to exist. Numerical simulations for dark and bright soliton solutions for the mKdV equation are also given.

  7. Uncertainty of the Numerical Solution of a Nonlinear System's Long-term Behavior and Global Convergence of the Numerical Pattern

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    胡淑娟; 丑纪范

    2004-01-01

    The computational uncertainty principle in nonlinear ordinary differential equations makes the numerical solution of the long-term behavior of nonlinear atmospheric equations have no meaning. The main reason is that, in the error analysis theory of present-day computational mathematics, the non-linear process between truncation error and rounding erroris treated as a linear operation. In this paper, based on the operator equations of large-scale atmospheric movement, the above limitation is overcome by using the notion of cell mapping. Through studying the global asymptotic characteristics of the numerical pattern of the large-scale atmospheric equations, the definitions of the global convergence and an appropriate discrete algorithm of the numerical pattern are put forward. Three determinant theorems about the global convergence of the numerical pattern are presented, which provide the theoretical basis for constructing the globally convergent numerical pattern. Further, it is pointed out that only a globally convergent numerical pattern can improve the veracity of climatic prediction.

  8. The precise time-dependent solution of the Fokker–Planck equation with anomalous diffusion

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    Guo, Ran; Du, Jiulin, E-mail: jiulindu@aliyun.com

    2015-08-15

    We study the time behavior of the Fokker–Planck equation in Zwanzig’s rule (the backward-Ito’s rule) based on the Langevin equation of Brownian motion with an anomalous diffusion in a complex medium. The diffusion coefficient is a function in momentum space and follows a generalized fluctuation–dissipation relation. We obtain the precise time-dependent analytical solution of the Fokker–Planck equation and at long time the solution approaches to a stationary power-law distribution in nonextensive statistics. As a test, numerically we have demonstrated the accuracy and validity of the time-dependent solution. - Highlights: • The precise time-dependent solution of the Fokker–Planck equation with anomalous diffusion is found. • The anomalous diffusion satisfies a generalized fluctuation–dissipation relation. • At long time the time-dependent solution approaches to a power-law distribution in nonextensive statistics. • Numerically we have demonstrated the accuracy and validity of the time-dependent solution.

  9. Numerical Solution of Magnetostatic Field of Maglev System

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    Jaroslav Sobotka

    2008-01-01

    Full Text Available The paper deals with the design of the levitation and guidance system of the levitation train Transrapid 08 by means of QuickField 5.0 – a 2D program formagnetic electromagnetic fields solutions.

  10. Numerical solution of the Kolmogorov-Feller equation with singularities

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    Baranov, N. A.; Turchak, L. I.

    2010-02-01

    A method is proposed for solving the Kolmogorov-Feller integro-differential equation with kernels containing delta function singularities. The method is based on a decomposition of the solution into regular and singular parts.

  11. A NUMERICAL SOLUTION OF A SYSTEM OF LINEAR INTEGRO-PARTIAL DIFFERENTIAL EQUATIONS,

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    The numerical solution to a system of linear integro- partial differential equations is treated. A numerical solution to the system was obtained by...using difference approximations to the partial differential equations . To assure convergence, a stability condition derived from the related plate

  12. ON THE NUMERICAL SOLUTION OF QUASILINEAR WAVE EQUATION WITH STRONG DISSIPATIVE TERM

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    Aytekin Gülle

    2004-01-01

    The numerical solution for a type of quasilinear wave equation is studied. The three-level difference scheme for quasi-linear waver equation with strong dissipative term is constructed and the convergence is proved. The error of the difference solution is estimated.The theoretical results are controlled on a numerical example.

  13. Numerical Solution of Boundary Layer MHD Flow with Viscous Dissipation

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    S. R. Mishra

    2014-01-01

    Full Text Available The present paper deals with a steady two-dimensional laminar flow of a viscous incompressible electrically conducting fluid over a shrinking sheet in the presence of uniform transverse magnetic field with viscous dissipation. Using suitable similarity transformations the governing partial differential equations are transformed into ordinary differential equations and then solved numerically by fourth-order Runge-Kutta method with shooting technique. Results for velocity and temperature profiles for different values of the governing parameters have been discussed in detail with graphical representation. The numerical evaluation of skin friction and Nusselt number are also given in this paper.

  14. Numerical solution of stochastic SIR model by Bernstein polynomials

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    N. Rahmani

    2016-01-01

    Full Text Available In this paper, we present numerical method based on Bernstein polynomials for solving the stochastic SIR model. By use of Bernstein operational matrix and its stochastic operational matrix we convert stochastic SIR model to a nonlinear system that can be solved by Newton method. Finally, a test problem of SIR model is presented to illustrate our mathematical findings.

  15. Numerical Solution of the Equation of Electron Transport in Matter

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    Golovin, A I

    2002-01-01

    One introduces a numerical approach to solve equation of fast electron transport in a matter in plane and spherical geometry with regard to fluctuations of energy losses and generation of secondary electrons. Calculation results are shown to be in line with the experimental data. One compared the introduced approach with the method of moments

  16. A PERTURBATION METHOD FOR THE NUMERICAL SOLUTION OF THE BERNOULLI PROBLEM

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    Fran(c)ois bouchon; Stéphane Clain; Rachid Touzani

    2008-01-01

    We consider the numerical solution of the free boundary Bernoulli problem by employing level set formulations.Using a perturbation technique,we derive a second order method that leads to a fast iteration solver.The iteration procedure is adapted in order to work in the case of topology changes.Various numerical experiments confirm the efficiency of the derived numerical method.

  17. High Order Numerical Solution of Integral Transport Equation in Slab Geometry

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    沈智军; 袁光伟; 沈隆钧

    2002-01-01

    @@ There are some common numerical methods for solving neutron transport equation, which including the well-known discrete ordinates method, PN approximation and integral transport methods[1]. There exists certain singularities in the solution of transport equation near the boundary and interface[2]. It gives rise to the difficulty in the construction of high order accurate numerical methods. The numerical solution obtained by now can not attain the second order convergent accuracy[3,4].

  18. NUMERICAL SOLUTIONS OF DISCONTINUOUS BOUNDARY VALUE PROBLEMS FOR GENERAL ELLIPTIC COMPLEX EQUATIONS OF FIRST ORDER

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    2000-01-01

    In this paper,authors discuss the numerical methods of general discontinuous boundary value problems for elliptic complex equations of first order.They first give the well posedness of general discontinuous boundary value problems,reduce the discontinuousboundary value problems to a variation problem,and then find the numerical solutions ofabove problem by the finite element method.Finally authors give some error-estimates of the foregoing numerical solutions.

  19. Numerical solution of control problems governed by nonlinear differential equations

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    Heinkenschloss, M. [Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State Univ., Blacksburg, VA (United States)

    1994-12-31

    In this presentation the author investigates an iterative method for the solution of optimal control problems. These problems are formulated as constrained optimization problems with constraints arising from the state equation and in the form of bound constraints on the control. The method for the solution of these problems uses the special structure of the problem arising from the bound constraint and the state equation. It is derived from SQP methods and projected Newton methods and combines the advantages of both methods. The bound constraint is satisfied by all iterates using a projection, the nonlinear state equation is satisfied in the limit. Only a linearized state equation has to be solved in every iteration. The solution of the linearized problems are done using multilevel methods and GMRES.

  20. Novel Approaches To Numerical Solutions Of Quantum Field Theories

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    Petrov, D

    2005-01-01

    Two new approaches to numerically solving Quantum Field Theories are presented. The Source Galerkin technique is a direct approach to determining the generating functional of a theory by solving the Schwinger-Dyson equations. The properties of the Source Galerkin technique are tested by using it to determine the phase structure of the Ultralocal &phis;4 theory. A framework for applying this approach to solving O( N) Nonlinear Sigma model is constructed. The Sinc Function approximation is a highly efficient method of numerically evaluating Feynman diagrams. In the present dissertation the Sinc Function approximation is applied to fermionic fields. The Sinc expanded versions of fermion and photon propagators are derived. The accuracy of this approximation is tested by a direct comparison of the Sinc expanded propagators with exact propagators and by performing several sample calculations of one loop QED diagrams. An analysis of computational properties of the Sinc Function approach is presented.

  1. Advances in numerical solutions to integral equations in liquid state theory

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    Howard, Jesse J.

    Solvent effects play a vital role in the accurate description of the free energy profile for solution phase chemical and structural processes. The inclusion of solvent effects in any meaningful theoretical model however, has proven to be a formidable task. Generally, methods involving Poisson-Boltzmann (PB) theory and molecular dynamic (MD) simulations are used, but they either fail to accurately describe the solvent effects or require an exhaustive computation effort to overcome sampling problems. An alternative to these methods are the integral equations (IEs) of liquid state theory which have become more widely applicable due to recent advancements in the theory of interaction site fluids and the numerical methods to solve the equations. In this work a new numerical method is developed based on a Newton-type scheme coupled with Picard/MDIIS routines. To extend the range of these numerical methods to large-scale data systems, the size of the Jacobian is reduced using basis functions, and the Newton steps are calculated using a GMRes solver. The method is then applied to calculate solutions to the 3D reference interaction site model (RISM) IEs of statistical mechanics, which are derived from first principles, for a solute model of a pair of parallel graphene plates at various separations in pure water. The 3D IEs are then extended to electrostatic models using an exact treatment of the long-range Coulomb interactions for negatively charged walls and DNA duplexes in aqueous electrolyte solutions to calculate the density profiles and solution thermodynamics. It is found that the 3D-IEs provide a qualitative description of the density distributions of the solvent species when compared to MD results, but at a much reduced computational effort in comparison to MD simulations. The thermodynamics of the solvated systems are also qualitatively reproduced by the IE results. The findings of this work show the IEs to be a valuable tool for the study and prediction of

  2. Numerical Solution of Hamilton-Jacobi Equations in High Dimension

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    2012-11-23

    high dimension FA9550-10-1-0029 Maurizio Falcone Dipartimento di Matematica SAPIENZA-Universita di Roma P. Aldo Moro, 2 00185 ROMA AH930...solution of Hamilton-Jacobi equations in high dimension AFOSR contract n. FA9550-10-1-0029 Maurizio Falcone Dipartimento di Matematica SAPIENZA

  3. Numerical solution of dynamic equilibrium models under Poisson uncertainty

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    Posch, Olaf; Trimborn, Timo

    2013-01-01

    of the retarded type. We apply the Waveform Relaxation algorithm, i.e., we provide a guess of the policy function and solve the resulting system of (deterministic) ordinary differential equations by standard techniques. For parametric restrictions, analytical solutions to the stochastic growth model and a novel...

  4. Different nonideality relationships, different databases and their effects on modeling precipitation from concentrated solutions using numerical speciation codes

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    Brown, L.F.; Ebinger, M.H.

    1996-08-01

    Four simple precipitation problems are solved to examine the use of numerical equilibrium codes. The study emphasizes concentrated solutions, assumes both ideal and nonideal solutions, and employs different databases and different activity-coefficient relationships. The study uses the EQ3/6 numerical speciation codes. The results show satisfactory material balances and agreement between solubility products calculated from free-energy relationships and those calculated from concentrations and activity coefficients. Precipitates show slightly higher solubilities when the solutions are regarded as nonideal than when considered ideal, agreeing with theory. When a substance may precipitate from a solution dilute in the precipitating substance, a code may or may not predict precipitation, depending on the database or activity-coefficient relationship used. In a problem involving a two-component precipitation, there are only small differences in the precipitate mass and composition between the ideal and nonideal solution calculations. Analysis of this result indicates that this may be a frequent occurrence. An analytical approach is derived for judging whether this phenomenon will occur in any real or postulated precipitation situation. The discussion looks at applications of this approach. In the solutes remaining after the precipitations, there seems to be little consistency in the calculated concentrations and activity coefficients. They do not appear to depend in any coherent manner on the database or activity-coefficient relationship used. These results reinforce warnings in the literature about perfunctory or mechanical use of numerical speciation codes.

  5. Numerical and Exact Solution of Buckling Load For Beam on Elastic Foundation

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    Roland JANČO

    2013-06-01

    Full Text Available In this paper we will be presented the exact solution of buckling load for supported beam on elastic foundation. Exact solution will be compared with numerical solution by FEM in our code in Matlab. Implementation of buckling to FEM will be presented here.

  6. Numerical solution of conservation laws on moving grids

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    Khakimzyanov, Gayaz; Mitsotakis, Dimitrios; Shokina, Nina

    2015-01-01

    In the present article we describe a few simple and efficient finite volume type schemes on moving grids in one spatial dimension. 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 high solution gradients or any other special features. No interpolation procedure is employed, thus an unnecessary solution smearing is avoided. Thus, our method enjoys excellent conservation properties. The resulting grid is completely redistributed according 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.

  7. Semi-numerical solution for a fractal telegraphic dual-porosity fluid flow model

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    Herrera-Hernández, E C; Luis, D P; Hernández, D; Camacho-Velázquez, R G

    2016-01-01

    In this work, we present a semi-numerical solution of a fractal telegraphic dual-porosity fluid flow model. It combines Laplace transform and finite difference schemes. The Laplace transform handles the time variable whereas the finite difference method deals with the spatial coordinate. This semi-numerical scheme is not restricted by space discretization and allows the computation of a solution at any time without compromising numerical stability or the mass conservation principle. Our formulation results in a non-analytically-solvable second-order differential equation whose numerical treatment outcomes in a tri-diagonal linear algebraic system. Moreover, we describe comparisons between semi-numerical and semi-analytical solutions for particular cases. Results agree well with those from semi-analytic solutions. Furthermore, we expose a parametric analysis from the coupled model in order to show the effects of relevant parameters on pressure profiles and flow rates for the case where neither analytic nor sem...

  8. New Numerical Solution of von Karman Equation of Lengthwise Rolling

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    Rudolf Pernis

    2015-01-01

    Full Text Available The calculation of average material contact pressure to rolls base on mathematical theory of rolling process given by Karman equation was solved by many authors. The solutions reported by authors are used simplifications for solution of Karman equation. The simplifications are based on two cases for approximation of the circular arch: (a by polygonal curve and (b by parabola. The contribution of the present paper for solution of two-dimensional differential equation of rolling is based on description of the circular arch by equation of a circle. The new term relative stress as nondimensional variable was defined. The result from derived mathematical models can be calculated following variables: normal contact stress distribution, front and back tensions, angle of neutral point, coefficient of the arm of rolling force, rolling force, and rolling torque during rolling process. Laboratory cold rolled experiment of CuZn30 brass material was performed. Work hardening during brass processing was calculated. Comparison of theoretical values of normal contact stress with values of normal contact stress obtained from cold rolling experiment was performed. The calculations were not concluded with roll flattening.

  9. Underestimation of nuclear fuel burnup – theory, demonstration and solution in numerical models

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    Gajda Paweł

    2016-01-01

    Full Text Available Monte Carlo methodology provides reference statistical solution of neutron transport criticality problems of nuclear systems. Estimated reaction rates can be applied as an input to Bateman equations that govern isotopic evolution of reactor materials. Because statistical solution of Boltzmann equation is computationally expensive, it is in practice applied to time steps of limited length. In this paper we show that simple staircase step model leads to underprediction of numerical fuel burnup (Fissions per Initial Metal Atom – FIMA. Theoretical considerations indicates that this error is inversely proportional to the length of the time step and origins from the variation of heating per source neutron. The bias can be diminished by application of predictor-corrector step model. A set of burnup simulations with various step length and coupling schemes has been performed. SERPENT code version 1.17 has been applied to the model of a typical fuel assembly from Pressurized Water Reactor. In reference case FIMA reaches 6.24% that is equivalent to about 60 GWD/tHM of industrial burnup. The discrepancies up to 1% have been observed depending on time step model and theoretical predictions are consistent with numerical results. Conclusions presented in this paper are important for research and development concerning nuclear fuel cycle also in the context of Gen4 systems.

  10. Numerical solutions for the one-dimensional heat-conduction equation using a spreadsheet

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    Gvirtzman, Zohar; Garfunkel, Zvi

    1996-12-01

    We show how to use a spreadsheet to calculate numerical solutions of the one-dimensional time-dependent heat-conduction equation. We find the spreadsheet to be a practical tool for numerical calculations, because the algorithms can be implemented simply and quickly without complicated programming, and the spreadsheet utilities can be used not only for graphics, printing, and file management, but also for advanced mathematical operations. We implement the explicit and the Crank-Nicholson forms of the finite-difference approximations and discuss the geological applications of both methods. We also show how to adjust these two algorithms to a nonhomogeneous lithosphere in which the thermal properties (thermal conductivity, density, and radioactive heat generation) change from the upper crust to the lower crust and to the mantle. The solution is presented in a way that can fit any spreadsheet (Lotus-123, Quattro-Pro, Excel). In addition, a Quattro-Pro program with macros that calculate and display the thermal evolution of the lithosphere after a thermal perturbation is enclosed in an appendix.

  11. BEM Solution in the Time Domain for a Moving Time-Dependent Force

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    Rasmussen, K. M.; Nielsen, Søren R. K.; Kirkegaard, Poul Henning

    The problem of a moving time dependent concentrated force on the surface of an elastic halfspace is of interest in the analysis of traffic generated noise. The BEM is superior to the FEM in solving such problems due to its inherent ability so satisfy the radiation conditions exactly. In this paper...... a model based on the BEM is formulated for the solution of the mentioned problem. A numerical solution is obtained for the 2D plane strain case, and comparison is made with the results obtained from a corresponding FEM solution with an impedance absorbing boundary condition....

  12. Singular boundary method using time-dependent fundamental solution for scalar wave equations

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    Chen, Wen; Li, Junpu; Fu, Zhuojia

    2016-11-01

    This study makes the first attempt to extend the meshless boundary-discretization singular boundary method (SBM) with time-dependent fundamental solution to two-dimensional and three-dimensional scalar wave equation upon Dirichlet boundary condition. The two empirical formulas are also proposed to determine the source intensity factors. In 2D problems, the fundamental solution integrating along with time is applied. In 3D problems, a time-successive evaluation approach without complicated mathematical transform is proposed. Numerical investigations show that the present SBM methodology produces the accurate results for 2D and 3D time-dependent wave problems with varied velocities c and wave numbers k.

  13. The numerical solution of the vorticity transport equation

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    Dennis, S C R

    1973-01-01

    A method of approximating the two-dimensional vorticity transport equation in which the matrix associated with the difference equations is diagonally dominant and the truncation error is the same as that of the fully central-difference approximation, is discussed. An example from boundary layer theory is given by calculating the viscous stagnation point flow at the nose of a cylinder. Some new solutions of the Navier-Stokes equations are obtained for symmetrical flow past a flat plate of finite length. (16 refs).

  14. A study of nonlinear radiation damping by matching analytic and numerical solutions

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    Anderson, J. L.; Hobill, D. W.

    1988-04-01

    In the present use of a mixed analytic-numerical matching scheme to study a linear oscillator that is coupled to a nonlinear field, the approximate causal solution constructed in the radiation zone was matched to a finite-differencing scheme-derived numerical solution in the inner zone. The required agreement of the two solutions in the overlap region permitted the extension of the numerical scheme arbitrarily into the future. The late time behavior of the system in all studied cases was independent of initial conditions. The linearized 'monopole energy loss' formula breaks down in cases of either fast motions or strong nonlinearities.

  15. A numerical dressing method for the nonlinear superposition of solutions of the KdV equation

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    Trogdon, Thomas; Deconinck, Bernard

    2014-01-01

    In this paper we present the unification of two existing numerical methods for the construction of solutions of the Korteweg-de Vries (KdV) equation. The first method is used to solve the Cauchy initial-value problem on the line for rapidly decaying initial data. The second method is used to compute finite-genus solutions of the KdV equation. The combination of these numerical methods allows for the computation of exact solutions that are asymptotically (quasi-)periodic finite-gap solutions and are a nonlinear superposition of dispersive, soliton and (quasi-)periodic solutions in the finite (x, t)-plane. Such solutions are referred to as superposition solutions. We compute these solutions accurately for all values of x and t.

  16. Boundary Conditions for Numerical Stability Analysis of Periodic Solutions of Ordinary Differential Equations

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    Murashige, Sunao

    This paper considers numerical methods for stability analyses of periodic solutions of ordinary differential equations. Stability of a periodic solution can be determined by the corresponding monodromy matrix and its eigenvalues. Some commonly used numerical methods can produce inaccurate results of them in some cases, for example, near bifurcation points or when one of the eigenvalues is very large or very small. This work proposes a numerical method using a periodic boundary condition for vector fields, which preserves a critical property of the monodromy matrix. Numerical examples demonstrate effectiveness and a drawback of this method.

  17. Generating time dependent conformally coupled Einstein-scalar solutions

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    Sultana, Joseph

    2015-07-01

    Using the correspondence between a minimally coupled scalar field and an effective stiff perfect fluid with or without a cosmological constant, we present a simple method for generating time dependent Einstein-scalar solutions with a conformally coupled scalar field that has vanishing or non-vanishing potential. This is done by using Bekenstein's transformation on Einstein-scalar solutions with minimally coupled massless scalar fields, and its later generalization by Abreu et al. to massive fields. In particular we obtain two new spherically symmetric time dependent solutions to the coupled system of Einstein's and the conformal scalar field equations, with one of the solutions having a Higgs' type potential for the scalar field, and we study their properties.

  18. Numerical computation of solutions of the critical nonlinear Schrodinger equation after the singularity

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    Stinis, Panagiotis

    2010-01-01

    We present numerical results for the solution of the 1D critical nonlinear Schrodinger with periodic boundary conditions and initial data that give rise to a finite time singularity. We construct, through the Mori-Zwanzig formalism, a reduced model which allows us to follow the solution after the formation of the singularity. The computed post-singularity solution exhibits the same characteristics as the post-singularity solutions constructed recently by Terence Tao.

  19. Numerical solution of differential equations by artificial neural networks

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    Meade, Andrew J., Jr.

    1995-01-01

    Conventionally programmed digital computers can process numbers with great speed and precision, but do not easily recognize patterns or imprecise or contradictory data. Instead of being programmed in the conventional sense, artificial neural networks (ANN's) are capable of self-learning through exposure to repeated examples. However, the training of an ANN can be a time consuming and unpredictable process. A general method is being developed by the author to mate the adaptability of the ANN with the speed and precision of the digital computer. This method has been successful in building feedforward networks that can approximate functions and their partial derivatives from examples in a single iteration. The general method also allows the formation of feedforward networks that can approximate the solution to nonlinear ordinary and partial differential equations to desired accuracy without the need of examples. It is believed that continued research will produce artificial neural networks that can be used with confidence in practical scientific computing and engineering applications.

  20. Numerical diagnostics of solution blowup in differential equations

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    Belov, A. A.

    2017-01-01

    New simple and robust methods have been proposed for detecting poles, logarithmic poles, and mixed-type singularities in systems of ordinary differential equations. The methods produce characteristics of these singularities with a posteriori asymptotically precise error estimates. This approach is applicable to an arbitrary parametrization of integral curves, including the arc length parametrization, which is optimal for stiff and ill-conditioned problems. The method can be used to detect solution blowup for a broad class of important nonlinear partial differential equations, since they can be reduced to huge-order systems of ordinary differential equations by applying the method of lines. The method is superior in robustness and simplicity to previously known methods.

  1. Numerical solution of an edge flame boundary value problem

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    Shields, Benjamin; Freund, Jonathan; Pantano, Carlos

    2016-11-01

    We study edge flames for modeling extinction, reignition, and flame lifting in turbulent non-premixed combustion. An adaptive resolution finite element method is developed for solving a strained laminar edge flame in the intrinsic moving frame of reference of a spatially evolving shear layer. The variable-density zero Mach Navier-Stokes equations are used to solve for both advancing and retreating edge flames. The eigenvalues of the system are determined simultaneously (implicitly) with the scalar fields using a Schur complement strategy. A homotopy transformation over density is used to transition from constant- to variable-density, and pseudo arc-length continuation is used for parametric tracing of solutions. Full details of the edge flames as a function of strain and Lewis numbers will be discussed. This material is based upon work supported [in part] by the Department of Energy, National Nuclear Security Administration, under Award Number DE-NA0002374.

  2. Stochastic approach to the numerical solution of the non-stationary Parker's transport equation

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    Wawrzynczak, A.; Modzelewska, R.; Gil, A.

    2015-01-01

    We present the newly developed stochastic model of the galactic cosmic ray (GCR) particles transport in the heliosphere. Mathematically Parker transport equation (PTE) describing non-stationary transport of charged particles in the turbulent medium is the Fokker-Planck type. It is the second order parabolic time-dependent 4-dimensional (3 spatial coordinates and particles energy/rigidity) partial differential equation. It is worth to mention that, if we assume the stationary case it remains as the 3-D parabolic type problem with respect to the particles rigidity R. If we fix the energy/rigidity it still remains as the 3-D parabolic type problem with respect to time. The proposed method of numerical solution is based on the solution of the system of stochastic differential equations (SDEs) being equivalent to the Parker's transport equation. We present the method of deriving from PTE the equivalent SDEs in the heliocentric spherical coordinate system for the backward approach. The advantages and disadvantages of the forward and the backward solution of the PTE are discussed. The obtained stochastic model of the Forbush decrease of the GCR intensity is in an agreement with the experimental data.

  3. Translation invariant time-dependent solutions to massive gravity

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    Mourad, J.; Steer, D.A., E-mail: mourad@apc.univ-paris7.fr, E-mail: steer@apc.univ-paris7.fr [AstroParticule and Cosmologie (UMR 7164 - APC, Univ Paris Diderot, CNRS/IN2P3, CEA/lrfu, Obs de Paris, Sorbonne Paris Cité, France), 10 rue Alice Domon et Léonie Duquet, 75205 Paris Cedex 13 (France)

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    Homogeneous time-dependent solutions of massive gravity generalise the plane wave solutions of the linearised Fierz-Pauli equations for a massive spin-two particle, as well as the Kasner solutions of General Relativity. We show that they also allow a clear counting of the degrees of freedom and represent a simplified framework to work out the constraints, the equations of motion and the initial value formulation. We work in the vielbein formulation of massive gravity, find the phase space resulting from the constraints and show that several disconnected sectors of solutions exist some of which are unstable. The initial values determine the sector to which a solution belongs. Classically, the theory is not pathological but quantum mechanically the theory may suffer from instabilities. The latter are not due to an extra ghost-like degree of freedom.

  4. Translation invariant time-dependent solutions to massive gravity

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    Mourad, J

    2013-01-01

    Homogeneous time-dependent solutions of massive gravity generalise the plane wave solutions of the linearised Fierz-Pauli equations for a massive spin-two particle, as well as the Kasner solutions of General Relativity. We show that they also allow a clear counting of the degrees of freedom and represent a simplified framework to work out the constraints, the equations of motion and the initial value formulation. We work in the vielbein formulation of massive gravity, find the phase space resulting from the constraints and show that several disconnected sectors of solutions exist some of which are unstable. The initial values determine the sector to which a solution belongs. Classically, the theory is not pathological but quantum mechanically the theory may suffer from instabilities. The latter are not due to an extra ghost-like degree of freedom.

  5. Closed form solution and numerical analysis for Eshelby’s elliptic inclusion in plane elasticity

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    陈宜周

    2014-01-01

    This paper presents a closed form solution and numerical analysis for Es-helby’s elliptic inclusion in an infinite plate. The complex variable method and the confor-mal mapping technique are used. The continuity conditions for the traction and displace-ment along the interface in the physical plane are reduced to the similar conditions along the unit circle of the mapping plane. The properties of the complex potentials defined in the finite elliptic region are analyzed. From the continuity conditions, one can separate and obtain the relevant complex potentials defined in the inclusion and the matrix. From the obtained complex potentials, the dependence of the real strains and stresses in the inclusion from the assumed eigenstrains is evaluated. In addition, the stress distribution on the interface along the matrix side is evaluated. The results are obtained in the paper for the first time.

  6. Improved numerical solutions for chaotic-cancer-model

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    Muhammad Yasir

    2017-01-01

    Full Text Available In biological sciences, dynamical system of cancer model is well known due to its sensitivity and chaoticity. Present work provides detailed computational study of cancer model by counterbalancing its sensitive dependency on initial conditions and parameter values. Cancer chaotic model is discretized into a system of nonlinear equations that are solved using the well-known Successive-Over-Relaxation (SOR method with a proven convergence. This technique enables to solve large systems and provides more accurate approximation which is illustrated through tables, time history maps and phase portraits with detailed analysis.

  7. Improved numerical solutions for chaotic-cancer-model

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    Yasir, Muhammad; Ahmad, Salman; Ahmed, Faizan; Aqeel, Muhammad; Akbar, Muhammad Zubair

    2017-01-01

    In biological sciences, dynamical system of cancer model is well known due to its sensitivity and chaoticity. Present work provides detailed computational study of cancer model by counterbalancing its sensitive dependency on initial conditions and parameter values. Cancer chaotic model is discretized into a system of nonlinear equations that are solved using the well-known Successive-Over-Relaxation (SOR) method with a proven convergence. This technique enables to solve large systems and provides more accurate approximation which is illustrated through tables, time history maps and phase portraits with detailed analysis.

  8. Finite-difference scheme for the numerical solution of the Schroedinger equation

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    Mickens, Ronald E.; Ramadhani, Issa

    1992-01-01

    A finite-difference scheme for numerical integration of the Schroedinger equation is constructed. Asymptotically (r goes to infinity), the method gives the exact solution correct to terms of order r exp -2.

  9. Periodic solutions of nonlinear dynamical systems numerical computation, stability, bifurcation and transition to chaos

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    Reithmeier, Eduard

    1991-01-01

    Limit cycles or, more general, periodic solutions of nonlinear dynamical systems occur in many different fields of application. Although, there is extensive literature on periodic solutions, in particular on existence theorems, the connection to physical and technical applications needs to be improved. The bifurcation behavior of periodic solutions by means of parameter variations plays an important role in transition to chaos, so numerical algorithms are necessary to compute periodic solutions and investigate their stability on a numerical basis. From the technical point of view, dynamical systems with discontinuities are of special interest. The discontinuities may occur with respect to the variables describing the configuration space manifold or/and with respect to the variables of the vector-field of the dynamical system. The multiple shooting method is employed in computing limit cycles numerically, and is modified for systems with discontinuities. The theory is supported by numerous examples, mainly fro...

  10. Numerical solutions for a model of tissue invasion and migration of tumour cells.

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    Kolev, M; Zubik-Kowal, B

    2011-01-01

    The goal of this paper is to construct a new algorithm for the numerical simulations of the evolution of tumour invasion and metastasis. By means of mathematical model equations and their numerical solutions we investigate how cancer cells can produce and secrete matrix degradative enzymes, degrade extracellular matrix, and invade due to diffusion and haptotactic migration. For the numerical simulations of the interactions between the tumour cells and the surrounding tissue, we apply numerical approximations, which are spectrally accurate and based on small amounts of grid-points. Our numerical experiments illustrate the metastatic ability of tumour cells.

  11. Numerical Solution of Inviscid Compressible Steady Flows around the RAE 2822 Airfoil

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    Kryštůfek, P.; Kozel, K.

    2015-05-01

    The article presents results of a numerical solution of subsonic, transonic and supersonic flows described by the system of Euler equations in 2D compressible flows around the RAE 2822 airfoil. Authors used FVM multistage Runge-Kutta method to numerically solve the flows around the RAE 2822 airfoil. The results are compared with the solution using the software Ansys Fluent 15.0.7.

  12. Recent advances in the numerical solution of Hamiltonian partial differential equations

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    Barletti, Luigi; Brugnano, Luigi; Caccia, Gianluca Frasca; Iavernaro, Felice

    2016-10-01

    In this paper, we study recent results in the numerical solution of Hamiltonian partial differential equations (PDEs), by means of energy-conserving methods in the class of Line Integral Methods, in particular, the Runge-Kutta methods named Hamiltonian Boundary Value Methods (HBVMs). We show that the use of energy-conserving methods, able to conserve a discrete counterpart of the Hamiltonian functional (which derives from a proper space semi-discretization), confers more robustness to the numerical solution of such problems.

  13. Existence and Numerical Solution of the Volterra Fractional Integral Equations of the Second Kind

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    Abdon Atangana

    2013-01-01

    Full Text Available This work presents the possible generalization of the Volterra integral equation second kind to the concept of fractional integral. Using the Picard method, we present the existence and the uniqueness of the solution of the generalized integral equation. The numerical solution is obtained via the Simpson 3/8 rule method. The convergence of this scheme is presented together with numerical results.

  14. Numerical solution of $Q^2$ evolution equations for fragmentation functions

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    Hirai, M

    2011-01-01

    Semi-inclusive hadron-production processes are becoming important in high-energy hadron reactions. They are used for investigating properties of quark-hadron matters in heavy-ion collisions, for finding the origin of nucleon spin in polarized lepton-nucleon and nucleon-nucleon reactions, and possibly for finding exotic hadrons. In describing the hadron-production cross sections in high-energy reactions, fragmentation functions are essential quantities. A fragmentation function indicates the probability of producing a hadron from a parton. Its $Q^2$ dependence is described by the standard DGLAP (Dokshitzer-Gribov-Lipatov-Altarelli-Parisi) evolution equations, which are often used in theoretical and experimental analyses of the fragmentation functions and in calculating semi-inclusive cross sections. The DGLAP equations are complicated integro-differential equations, which cannot be solved in an analytical method. In this work, a simple method is employed for solving the evolution equations by using Gauss-Legen...

  15. Revisiting the Rosenbrock numerical solutions of the reactor point kinetics equation with numerous examples

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    Yang Xue

    2009-01-01

    Full Text Available The fourth order Rosenbrock method with an automatic step size control feature was described and applied to solve the reactor point kinetics equations. A FORTRAN 90 program was developed to test the computational speed and algorithm accuracy. From the results of various benchmark tests with different types of reactivity insertions, the Rosenbrock method shows high accuracy, high efficiency and stable character of the solution.

  16. Approximate Analytic and Numerical Solutions to Lane-Emden Equation via Fuzzy Modeling Method

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    De-Gang Wang

    2012-01-01

    Full Text Available A novel algorithm, called variable weight fuzzy marginal linearization (VWFML method, is proposed. This method can supply approximate analytic and numerical solutions to Lane-Emden equations. And it is easy to be implemented and extended for solving other nonlinear differential equations. Numerical examples are included to demonstrate the validity and applicability of the developed technique.

  17. Numerical Solution of Compressible Steady Flows around the RAE 2822 Airfoil

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    Kryštůfek, P.; Kozel, K.

    2014-03-01

    The article presents results of a numerical solution of subsonic, transonic and supersonic flows described by the system of Navier-Stokes equations in 2D laminar compressible flows around the RAE 2822 airfoil. Authors used FVM multistage Runge-Kutta method to numerically solve the flows around the RAE 2822 airfoil.

  18. A New Numerical Method for Fast Solution of Partial Integro-Differential Equations

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    Dourbal, Pavel; Pekker, Mikhail

    2016-01-01

    A new method of numerical solution for partial differential equations is proposed. The method is based on a fast matrix multiplication algorithm. Two-dimensional Poison equation is used for comparison of the proposed method with conventional numerical methods. It was shown that the new method allows for linear growth in the number of elementary addition and multiplication operations with the growth of grid size, as contrasted with quadratic growth necessitated by the standard numerical method...

  19. Time dependent solution for acceleration of tau-leaping

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    Fu, Jin, E-mail: iamfujin@hotmail.com [Department of Computer Science, University of California, Santa Barbara (United States); Wu, Sheng, E-mail: sheng@cs.ucsb.edu [Department of Computer Science, University of California, Santa Barbara (United States); Petzold, Linda R., E-mail: petzold@cs.ucsb.edu [Department of Computer Science, University of California, Santa Barbara (United States)

    2013-02-15

    The tau-leaping method is often effective for speeding up discrete stochastic simulation of chemically reacting systems. However, when fast reactions are involved, the speed-up for this method can be quite limited. One way to address this is to apply a stochastic quasi-steady state assumption. However we must be careful when using this assumption. If the fast subsystem cannot reach a steady distribution fast enough, the quasi-steady-state assumption will propagate error into the simulation. To avoid these errors, we propose to use the time dependent solution rather than the quasi-steady-state. Generally speaking, the time dependent solution is not easy to derive for an arbitrary network. However, for some common motifs we do have time dependent solutions. We derive the time dependent solutions for these motifs, and then show how they can be used with tau-leaping to achieve substantial speed-ups, including for a realistic model of blood coagulation. Although the method is complicated, we have automated it.

  20. Time dependent solution for acceleration of tau-leaping

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    Fu, Jin; Wu, Sheng; Petzold, Linda R.

    2013-02-01

    The tau-leaping method is often effective for speeding up discrete stochastic simulation of chemically reacting systems. However, when fast reactions are involved, the speed-up for this method can be quite limited. One way to address this is to apply a stochastic quasi-steady state assumption. However we must be careful when using this assumption. If the fast subsystem cannot reach a steady distribution fast enough, the quasi-steady-state assumption will propagate error into the simulation. To avoid these errors, we propose to use the time dependent solution rather than the quasi-steady-state. Generally speaking, the time dependent solution is not easy to derive for an arbitrary network. However, for some common motifs we do have time dependent solutions. We derive the time dependent solutions for these motifs, and then show how they can be used with tau-leaping to achieve substantial speed-ups, including for a realistic model of blood coagulation. Although the method is complicated, we have automated it.

  1. Advanced in Visualization of 3D Time-Dependent CFD Solutions

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    Lane, David A.; Lasinski, T. A. (Technical Monitor)

    1995-01-01

    Numerical simulations of complex 3D time-dependent (unsteady) flows are becoming increasingly feasible because of the progress in computing systems. Unfortunately, many existing flow visualization systems were developed for time-independent (steady) solutions and do not adequately depict solutions from unsteady flow simulations. Furthermore, most systems only handle one time step of the solutions individually and do not consider the time-dependent nature of the solutions. For example, instantaneous streamlines are computed by tracking the particles using one time step of the solution. However, for streaklines and timelines, particles need to be tracked through all time steps. Streaklines can reveal quite different information about the flow than those revealed by instantaneous streamlines. Comparisons of instantaneous streamlines with dynamic streaklines are shown. For a complex 3D flow simulation, it is common to generate a grid system with several millions of grid points and to have tens of thousands of time steps. The disk requirement for storing the flow data can easily be tens of gigabytes. Visualizing solutions of this magnitude is a challenging problem with today's computer hardware technology. Even interactive visualization of one time step of the flow data can be a problem for some existing flow visualization systems because of the size of the grid. Current approaches for visualizing complex 3D time-dependent CFD solutions are described. The flow visualization system developed at NASA Ames Research Center to compute time-dependent particle traces from unsteady CFD solutions is described. The system computes particle traces (streaklines) by integrating through the time steps. This system has been used by several NASA scientists to visualize their CFD time-dependent solutions. The flow visualization capabilities of this system are described, and visualization results are shown.

  2. Benchmarking of numerical codes against analytical solutions for multidimensional multicomponent diffusive transport coupled with precipitation-dissolution reactions and porosity changes

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    Hayek, M.; Kosakowski, G.; Jakob, A.; Churakov, S.

    2012-04-01

    Numerical computer codes dealing with precipitation-dissolution reactions and porosity changes in multidimensional reactive transport problems are important tools in geoscience. Recent typical applications are related to CO2 sequestration, shallow and deep geothermal energy, remediation of contaminated sites or the safe underground storage of chemotoxic and radioactive waste. Although the agreement between codes using the same models and similar numerical algorithms is satisfactory, it is known that the numerical methods used in solving the transport equation, as well as different coupling schemes between transport and chemistry, may lead to systematic discrepancies. Moreover, due to their inability to describe subgrid pore space changes correctly, the numerical approaches predict discretization-dependent values of porosity changes and clogging times. In this context, analytical solutions become an essential tool to verify numerical simulations. We present a benchmark study where we compare a two-dimensional analytical solution for diffusive transport of two solutes coupled with a precipitation-dissolution reaction causing porosity changes with numerical solutions obtained with the COMSOL Multiphysics code and with the reactive transport code OpenGeoSys-GEMS. The analytical solution describes the spatio-temporal evolution of solutes and solid concentrations and porosity. We show that both numerical codes reproduce the analytical solution very well, although distinct differences in accuracy can be traced back to specific numerical implementations.

  3. Experimental and numerical study of the fragmentation of expanding warhead casings by using different numerical codes and solution techniques

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    John F.MOXNES; Anne K.PRYTZ; yvind FRYLAND; Siri KLOKKEHAUG; Stian SKRIUDALEN; Eva FRIIS; Jan A.TELAND; Cato DRUM; Gard DEGRDSTUEN

    2014-01-01

    There has been increasing interest in numerical simulations of fragmentation of expanding warheads in 3D. Accordingly there is a pressure on developers of leading commercial codes, such as LS-DYNA, AUTODYN and IMPETUS Afea, to implement the reliable fracture models and the efficient solution techniques. The applicability of the Johnsone Cook strength and fracture model is evaluated by comparing the fracture behaviour of an expanding steel casing of a warhead with experiments. The numerical codes and different numerical solution techniques, such as Eulerian, Lagrangian, Smooth particle hydrodynamics (SPH), and the corpuscular models recently implemented in IMPETUS Afea are compared. For the same solution techniques and material models we find that the codes give similar results. The SPH technique and the corpuscular technique are superior to the Eulerian technique and the Lagrangian technique (with erosion) when it is applied to materials that have fluid like behaviour such as the explosive and the tracer. The Eulerian technique gives much larger calculation time and both the Lagrangian and Eulerian techniques seem to give less agreement with our measurements. To more correctly simulate the fracture behaviours of the expanding steel casing, we applied that ductility decreases with strain rate. The phenomena may be explained by the realization of adiabatic shear bands. An implemented node splitting algorithm in IMPETUS Afea seems very promising.

  4. Experimental and numerical study of the fragmentation of expanding warhead casings by using different numerical codes and solution techniques

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    John F. Moxnes

    2014-06-01

    Full Text Available There has been increasing interest in numerical simulations of fragmentation of expanding warheads in 3D. Accordingly there is a pressure on developers of leading commercial codes, such as LS-DYNA, AUTODYN and IMPETUS Afea, to implement the reliable fracture models and the efficient solution techniques. The applicability of the Johnson–Cook strength and fracture model is evaluated by comparing the fracture behaviour of an expanding steel casing of a warhead with experiments. The numerical codes and different numerical solution techniques, such as Eulerian, Lagrangian, Smooth particle hydrodynamics (SPH, and the corpuscular models recently implemented in IMPETUS Afea are compared. For the same solution techniques and material models we find that the codes give similar results. The SPH technique and the corpuscular technique are superior to the Eulerian technique and the Lagrangian technique (with erosion when it is applied to materials that have fluid like behaviour such as the explosive and the tracer. The Eulerian technique gives much larger calculation time and both the Lagrangian and Eulerian techniques seem to give less agreement with our measurements. To more correctly simulate the fracture behaviours of the expanding steel casing, we applied that ductility decreases with strain rate. The phenomena may be explained by the realization of adiabatic shear bands. An implemented node splitting algorithm in IMPETUS Afea seems very promising.

  5. A Progress Report on Numerical Solutions of Least Squares Adjustment in GNU Project Gama

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    A. Čepek

    2005-01-01

    Full Text Available GNU project Gama for adjustment of geodetic networks is presented. Numerical solution of Least Squares Adjustment in the project is based on Singular Value Decomposition (SVD and General Orthogonalization Algorithm (GSO. Both algorithms enable solution of singular systems resulting from adjustment of free geodetic networks. 

  6. A Plane-Parallel Wind Solution For Testing Numerical Simulations of Photoevaporation

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    Hutchison, Mark A

    2016-01-01

    Here we derive a Parker-wind like solution for a stratified, plane-parallel atmosphere undergoing photoionisation. The difference compared to the standard Parker solar wind is that the sonic point is crossed only at infinity. The simplicity of the analytic solution makes it a convenient test problem for numerical simulations of photoevaporation in protoplanetary discs.

  7. Calculation Error of Numerical Solution for a Boundary—Value Inverse Heat Conduction Problem

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    LiXijing; HeQun; 等

    1996-01-01

    A one-dimensional linear inverse heat conduction problem is studied in this paper,This ill-posed problem is replaced by the perturbed problem with a non-localized boundary condition.After the derivation of its closed-from analytical solution,the calculation error can be determinde by the comparison between the numerical and exact solutions.

  8. Stationary in Distributions of Numerical Solutions for Stochastic Partial Differential Equations with Markovian Switching

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    Yi Shen

    2013-01-01

    Full Text Available We investigate a class of stochastic partial differential equations with Markovian switching. By using the Euler-Maruyama scheme both in time and in space of mild solutions, we derive sufficient conditions for the existence and uniqueness of the stationary distributions of numerical solutions. Finally, one example is given to illustrate the theory.

  9. Numerical Solution of Incompressible Navier-Stokes Equations Using a Fractional-Step Approach

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    Kiris, Cetin; Kwak, Dochan

    1999-01-01

    A fractional step method for the solution of steady and unsteady incompressible Navier-Stokes equations is outlined. The method is based on a finite volume formulation and uses the pressure in the cell center and the mass fluxes across the faces of each cell as dependent variables. Implicit treatment of convective and viscous terms in the momentum equations enables the numerical stability restrictions to be relaxed. The linearization error in the implicit solution of momentum equations is reduced by using three subiterations in order to achieve second order temporal accuracy for time-accurate calculations. In spatial discretizations of the momentum equations, a high-order (3rd and 5th) flux-difference splitting for the convective terms and a second-order central difference for the viscous terms are used. The resulting algebraic equations are solved with a line-relaxation scheme which allows the use of large time step. A four color ZEBRA scheme is employed after the line-relaxation procedure in the solution of the Poisson equation for pressure. This procedure is applied to a Couette flow problem using a distorted computational grid to show that the method minimizes grid effects. Additional benchmark cases include the unsteady laminar flow over a circular cylinder for Reynolds Numbers of 200, and a 3-D, steady, turbulent wingtip vortex wake propagation study. The solution algorithm does a very good job in resolving the vortex core when 5th-order upwind differencing and a modified production term in the Baldwin-Barth one-equation turbulence model are used with adequate grid resolution.

  10. Numerical solution of a diffusion problem by exponentially fitted finite difference methods.

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    D'Ambrosio, Raffaele; Paternoster, Beatrice

    2014-01-01

    This paper is focused on the accurate and efficient solution of partial differential differential equations modelling a diffusion problem by means of exponentially fitted finite difference numerical methods. After constructing and analysing special purpose finite differences for the approximation of second order partial derivatives, we employed them in the numerical solution of a diffusion equation with mixed boundary conditions. Numerical experiments reveal that a special purpose integration, both in space and in time, is more accurate and efficient than that gained by employing a general purpose solver.

  11. Numerical solution of the KdV equation by Haar wavelet method

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    Ö ORUÇ; F BULUT; A ESEN

    2016-12-01

    This paper aims to get numerical solutions of one-dimensional KdV equation by Haar wavelet method in which temporal variable is expanded by Taylor series and spatial variables are expanded with Haar wavelets. The performance of the proposed method is measured by four different problems. The obtained numerical results are compared with the exact solutions and numerical results produced by other methods in the literature. The comparison of the results indicate that the proposed method not only gives satisfactory results but also do not need large amount of CPU time. Error analysis of the proposed method is also investigated.

  12. Remarks on the solution of the position-dependent mass Schroedinger equation

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    Koc, Ramazan; Sayin, Seda, E-mail: koc@gantep.edu.t, E-mail: ssayin@gantep.edu.t [Faculty of Engineering, Department of Physics, Gaziantep University, 27310 Gaziantep (Turkey)

    2010-11-12

    An approximate method is proposed to solve the position-dependent mass (PDM) Schroedinger equation. The procedure suggested here leads to the solution of the PDM Schroedinger equation without transforming the potential function to the mass space or vice versa. The method based on the asymptotic Taylor expansion of the function produces an approximate analytical expression for eigenfunction and numerical results for eigenvalues of the PDM Schroedinger equation. The results show that the PDM and constant mass Schroedinger equations are not isospectral. The calculations are carried out with the aid of a computer system of symbolic or numerical calculation by constructing a simple algorithm.

  13. NUMERICAL SOLUTION OF THE UNSTEADY EULER EQUATIONS FOR AIRFOILS USING APPROXIMATE BOUNDARY CONDITIONS

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    高超; 罗时钧; 刘锋

    2003-01-01

    This paper presents an efficient numerical method for solving the unsteady Euler equations on stationary rectilinear grids. Boundary conditions on the surface of an airfoil are implemented by using their first-order expansions on the mean chord line. The method is not restricted to flows with small disturbances since there are no restrictions on the mean angle of attack of the airfoil. The mathematical formulation and the numerical implementation of the wall boundary conditions in a fully implicit time-accurate finite-volume Euler scheme are described. Unsteady transonic flows about an oscillating NACA 0012 airfoil are calculated. Computational results compare well with Euler solutions by the full boundary conditions on a body-fitted curvilinear grid and published experimental data. This study establishes the feasibility for computing unsteady fluid-structure interaction problems, where the use of a stationary rectilinear grid offers substantial advantages in saving computer time and program design since it does not require the generation and implementation of time-dependent body-fitted grids.

  14. Computational experiment on the numerical solution of some inverse problems of mathematical physics

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    Vasil'ev, V. I.; Kardashevsky, A. M.; Sivtsev, PV

    2016-11-01

    In this article the computational experiment on the numerical solution of the most popular linear inverse problems for equations of mathematical physics are presented. The discretization of retrospective inverse problem for parabolic equation is performed using difference scheme with non-positive weight multiplier. Similar difference scheme is also used for the numerical solution of Cauchy problem for two-dimensional Laplace equation. The results of computational experiment, performed on model problems with exact solution, including ones with randomly perturbed input data are presented and discussed.

  15. A numerical guide to the solution of the bidomain equations of cardiac electrophysiology

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    Pathmanathan, Pras

    2010-06-01

    Simulation of cardiac electrical activity using the bidomain equations can be a massively computationally demanding problem. This study provides a comprehensive guide to numerical bidomain modelling. Each component of bidomain simulations-discretisation, ODE-solution, linear system solution, and parallelisation-is discussed, and previously-used methods are reviewed, new methods are proposed, and issues which cause particular difficulty are highlighted. Particular attention is paid to the choice of stimulus currents, compatibility conditions for the equations, the solution of singular linear systems, and convergence of the numerical scheme. © 2010 Elsevier Ltd.

  16. Matching of analytical and numerical solutions for neutron stars of arbitrary rotation

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    Pappas, George, E-mail: gpappas@phys.uoa.g [Section of Astrophysics, Astronomy, and Mechanics, Department of Physics, University of Athens, Panepistimiopolis Zografos GR15783, Athens (Greece)

    2009-10-01

    We demonstrate the results of an attempt to match the two-soliton analytical solution with the numerically produced solutions of the Einstein field equations, that describe the spacetime exterior of rotating neutron stars, for arbitrary rotation. The matching procedure is performed by equating the first four multipole moments of the analytical solution to the multipole moments of the numerical one. We then argue that in order to check the effectiveness of the matching of the analytical with the numerical solution we should compare the metric components, the radius of the innermost stable circular orbit (R{sub ISCO}), the rotation frequency and the epicyclic frequencies {Omega}{sub {rho}}, {Omega}{sub z}. Finally we present some results of the comparison.

  17. Stochastic approach to the numerical solution of the non-stationary Parker's transport equation

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    Wawrzynczak, A; Gil, A

    2015-01-01

    We present the newly developed stochastic model of the galactic cosmic ray (GCR) particles transport in the heliosphere. Mathematically Parker transport equation (PTE) describing non-stationary transport of charged particles in the turbulent medium is the Fokker-Planck type. It is the second order parabolic time-dependent 4-dimensional (3 spatial coordinates and particles energy/rigidity) partial differential equation. It is worth to mention that, if we assume the stationary case it remains as the 3-D parabolic type problem with respect to the particles rigidity R. If we fix the energy it still remains as the 3-D parabolic type problem with respect to time. The proposed method of numerical solution is based on the solution of the system of stochastic differential equations (SDEs) being equivalent to the Parker's transport equation. We present the method of deriving from PTE the equivalent SDEs in the heliocentric spherical coordinate system for the backward approach. The obtained stochastic model of the Forbu...

  18. Generalization of the analytical solution of neutron point kinetics equations with time-dependent external source

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    Seidi, M.; Behnia, S.; Khodabakhsh, R.

    2014-09-01

    Point reactor kinetics equations with one group of delayed neutrons in the presence of the time-dependent external neutron source are solved analytically during the start-up of a nuclear reactor. Our model incorporates the random nature of the source and linear reactivity variation. We establish a general relationship between the expectation values of source intensity and the expectation values of neutron density of the sub-critical reactor by ignoring the term of the second derivative for neutron density in neutron point kinetics equations. The results of the analytical solution are in good agreement with the results obtained with numerical solution.

  19. Numerical Solution of Advection-Diffusion Equation Using a Sixth-Order Compact Finite Difference Method

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    Gurhan Gurarslan

    2013-01-01

    Full Text Available This study aims to produce numerical solutions of one-dimensional advection-diffusion equation using a sixth-order compact difference scheme in space and a fourth-order Runge-Kutta scheme in time. The suggested scheme here has been seen to be very accurate and a relatively flexible solution approach in solving the contaminant transport equation for Pe≤5. For the solution of the present equation, the combined technique has been used instead of conventional solution techniques. The accuracy and validity of the numerical model are verified through the presented results and the literature. The computed results showed that the use of the current method in the simulation is very applicable for the solution of the advection-diffusion equation. The present technique is seen to be a very reliable alternative to existing techniques for these kinds of applications.

  20. A numerical solution to the cattaneo-mindlin problem for viscoelastic materials

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    Spinu, S.; Cerlinca, D.

    2016-08-01

    The problem of the frictional mechanical contact with slip and stick, also referred to as the Cattaneo-Mindlin problem, is an important topic in engineering, with applications in the modeling of particle-flow simulations or in the study of contact between rough surfaces. In the frame of Linear Theory of Elasticity, accurate description of the slip-stick contact can only be achieved numerically, due to mutual interaction between normal and shear contact tractions. Additional difficulties arise when considering a viscoelastic constitutive law, as the mechanical response of the contacting materials depends explicitly on time. To overcome this obstacle, an existing algorithm for the purely elastic slip-stick contact is coupled with a semi-analytical method for viscoelastic displacement computation. The main advantage of this approach is that the contact model can be divided in subunits having the same structure as that of the purely elastic frictionless contact model, for which a well-established solution is readily available. In each time step, the contact solver assesses the contact area, the pressure distribution, the stick area and the shear tractions that satisfy the contact compatibility conditions and the static force equilibrium in both normal and tangential directions. A temporal discretization of the simulation windows assures that the memory effect, specific to both viscoelasticity and friction as a path-dependent processes, is properly replicated.

  1. Time and "angular" dependent backgrounds from stationary axisymmetric solutions

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    Obregón, O; Ryan, M P; Obregon, Octavio; Quevedo, Hernando; Ryan, Michael P.

    2004-01-01

    Backgrounds depending on time and on "angular" variable, namely polarized and unpolarized $S^1 \\times S^2$ Gowdy models, are generated as the sector inside the horizons of the manifold corresponding to axisymmetric solutions. As is known, an analytical continuation of ordinary $D$-branes, $iD$-branes allows one to find $S$-brane solutions. Simple models have been constructed by means of analytic continuation of the Schwarzchild and the Kerr metrics. The possibility of studying the $i$-Gowdy models obtained here is outlined with an eye toward seeing if they could represent some kind of generalized $S$-branes depending not only on time but also on an ``angular'' variable.

  2. A new mobile-immobile model for reactive solute transport with scale-dependent dispersion

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    Gao, Guangyao; Zhan, Hongbin; Feng, Shaoyuan; Fu, Bojie; Ma, Ying; Huang, Guanhua

    2010-08-01

    This study proposed a new mobile-immobile model (MIM) to describe reactive solute transport with scale-dependent dispersion in heterogeneous porous media. The model was derived from the conventional MIM but assumed the dispersivity to be a linear or exponential function of travel distance. The linear adsorption and the first-order degradation of solute were also considered in the model. The Laplace transform technique and the de Hoog numerical Laplace inversion method were applied to solve the developed model. Solute breakthrough curves (BTCs) obtained from MIM with scale-dependent and constant dispersions were compared, and a constant effective dispersivity was provided to reflect the lumped scale-dependent dispersion effect. The effective dispersivity was calculated by arithmetically averaging the distance-dependent dispersivity. With this effective dispersivity, MIM could produce similar BTC as that from MIM with scale-dependent dispersion in porous media with moderate heterogeneity. The applicability of the proposed new model was tested with concentration data from a 1,250-cm long and highly heterogeneous soil column. The simulation results indicated that MIM with constant and linear distance-dependent dispersivities were unable to adequately describe the measured BTCs in the column, while MIM with exponential distance-dependent dispersivity satisfactorily captured the evolution of BTCs.

  3. Analytical solution for one-dimensional advection-dispersion transport equation with distance-dependent coefficients

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    Pérez Guerrero, J. S.; Skaggs, T. H.

    2010-08-01

    SummaryMathematical models describing contaminant transport in heterogeneous porous media are often formulated as an advection-dispersion transport equation with distance-dependent transport coefficients. In this work, a general analytical solution is presented for the linear, one-dimensional advection-dispersion equation with distance-dependent coefficients. An integrating factor is employed to obtain a transport equation that has a self-adjoint differential operator, and a solution is found using the generalized integral transform technique (GITT). It is demonstrated that an analytical expression for the integrating factor exists for several transport equation formulations of practical importance in groundwater transport modeling. Unlike nearly all solutions available in the literature, the current solution is developed for a finite spatial domain. As an illustration, solutions for the particular case of a linearly increasing dispersivity are developed in detail and results are compared with solutions from the literature. Among other applications, the current analytical solution will be particularly useful for testing or benchmarking numerical transport codes because of the incorporation of a finite spatial domain.

  4. Models and numerical methods for time- and energy-dependent particle transport

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    Olbrant, Edgar

    2012-04-13

    Particles passing through a medium can be described by the Boltzmann transport equation. Therein, all physical interactions of particles with matter are given by cross sections. We compare different analytical models of cross sections for photons, electrons and protons to state-of-the-art databases. The large dimensionality of the transport equation and its integro-differential form make it analytically difficult and computationally costly to solve. In this work, we focus on the following approximative models to the linear Boltzmann equation: (i) the time-dependent simplified P{sub N} (SP{sub N}) equations, (ii) the M{sub 1} model derived from entropy-based closures and (iii) a new perturbed M{sub 1} model derived from a perturbative entropy closure. In particular, an asymptotic analysis for SP{sub N} equations is presented and confirmed by numerical computations in 2D. Moreover, we design an explicit Runge-Kutta discontinuous Galerkin (RKDG) method to the M{sub 1} model of radiative transfer in slab geometry and construct a scheme ensuring the realizability of the moment variables. Among other things, M{sub 1} numerical results are compared with an analytical solution in a Riemann problem and the Marshak wave problem is considered. Additionally, we rigorously derive a new hierarchy of kinetic moment models in the context of grey photon transport in one spatial dimension. For the perturbed M{sub 1} model, we present numerical results known as the two beam instability or the analytical benchmark due to Su and Olson and compare them to the standard M{sub 1} as well as transport solutions.

  5. Some Comparison of Solutions by Different Numerical Techniques on Mathematical Biology Problem

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    Susmita Paul

    2016-01-01

    Full Text Available We try to compare the solutions by some numerical techniques when we apply the methods on some mathematical biology problems. The Runge-Kutta-Fehlberg (RKF method is a promising method to give an approximate solution of nonlinear ordinary differential equation systems, such as a model for insect population, one-species Lotka-Volterra model. The technique is described and illustrated by numerical examples. We modify the population models by taking the Holling type III functional response and intraspecific competition term and hence we solve it by this numerical technique and show that RKF method gives good results. We try to compare this method with the Laplace Adomian Decomposition Method (LADM and with the exact solutions.

  6. Dynamic experiment and numerical simulation of solute transmission in heap leaching processing

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    2007-01-01

    Solute transmission in saturated ore heap was studied numerically and experimentally. The convection-diffusion equation(CDE) used to describe the mass transportation in porous media was solved by characteristic difference method to give the distribution of the concentration of ferrous ion in the ore column. To calibrate the computational model, a column test was performed using infiltration of sulfide ferrous solution (the initial concentration is c0=0.04 mol/L) on a 100 cn high column composed of ore particles smaller than 10 mm for 2.5 h. The numerical analysis shows that the results obtained from numerical modeling under the same operating conditions as used for column test are in good agreement with those from experimental procedure on the whole trend,which indicates that the model, the numerical method, and the parameters chosen can reflect the rule of ferrous ion transmission in ore heap.

  7. A numerical investigation of stability of 1D soliton solutions of Boussinesq paradigm equation in the 2D case

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    Vasileva, D.

    2014-11-01

    We investigate numerically the time evolution and stability of some known 1D soliton solutions of Boussinesq paradigm equation in 1D and in a 2D setting. A moving frame coordinate system helps us to keep the structures in the center of the computational domain, where the grid is much finer. The numerical experiments show that the stable 1D solutions preserve themselves for very large times. The corresponding solutions of the 2D problem for the same parameters and in narrow in the y-direction domains also preserve their shape for very large times. But the solutions of the 2D problem in wide in the y-direction domains seem to be not stable - the waves preserve their shape in relatively long intervals of time (depending on the parameters), but after that the waves lose their constant profile in the y-direction. The number of the maxima, which appear in the y-direction, strongly depends on the size of the domain in this direction, as well as on the problem's parameters.

  8. Numerical Solutions for Convection-Diffusion Equation through Non-Polynomial Spline

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    Ravi Kanth A.S.V.

    2016-01-01

    Full Text Available In this paper, numerical solutions for convection-diffusion equation via non-polynomial splines are studied. We purpose an implicit method based on non-polynomial spline functions for solving the convection-diffusion equation. The method is proven to be unconditionally stable by using Von Neumann technique. Numerical results are illustrated to demonstrate the efficiency and stability of the purposed method.

  9. Numerical Solution of One-dimensional Telegraph Equation using Cubic B-spline Collocation Method

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    J. Rashidinia

    2014-02-01

    Full Text Available In this paper, a collocation approach is employed for the solution of the one-dimensional telegraph equation based on cubic B-spline. The derived method leads to a tri-diagonal linear system. Computational efficiency of the method is confirmed through numerical examples whose results are in good agreement with theory. The obtained numerical results have been compared with the results obtained by some existing methods to verify the accurate nature of our method.

  10. Numerical solutions of multi-order fractional differential equations by Boubaker polynomials

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    Bolandtalat A.

    2016-01-01

    Full Text Available In this paper, we have applied a numerical method based on Boubaker polynomials to obtain approximate numerical solutions of multi-order fractional differential equations. We obtain an operational matrix of fractional integration based on Boubaker polynomials. Using this operational matrix, the given problem is converted into a set of algebraic equations. Illustrative examples are are given to demonstrate the efficiency and simplicity of this technique.

  11. Numerical solution of multiple hole problem by using boundary integral equation

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    2011-01-01

    This paper studies a numerical solution of multiple hole problem by using a boundary integral equation.The studied problem can be considered as a supposition of many single hole problems.After considering the interaction among holes,an algebraic equation is formulated,which is then solved by using an iteration technique.The hoop stress around holes can be finally determined. One numerical example is provided to check its accuracy.

  12. Geometric invariants for initial data sets: analysis, exact solutions, computer algebra, numerics

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    Valiente Kroon, Juan A, E-mail: j.a.valiente-kroon@qmul.ac.uk [School of Mathematical Sciences, Queen Mary, University of London, Mile End Road, London, E1 4NS (United Kingdom)

    2011-09-22

    A personal perspective on the interaction of analytical, numerical and computer algebra methods in classical Relativity is given. This discussion is inspired by the problem of the construction of invariants that characterise key solutions to the Einstein field equations. It is claimed that this kind of ideas will be or importance in the analysis of dynamical black hole spacetimes by either analytical or numerical methods.

  13. Numerical analysis of the advection-diffusion of a solute in random media

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    Charrier, Julia

    2011-01-01

    We consider the problem of numerically approximating the solution of the coupling of the flow equation in a random porous medium, with the advection-diffusion equation. More precisely, we present and analyse a numerical method to compute the mean value of the spread of a solute introduced at the initial time, and the mean value of the macro-dispersion, defined at the temporal derivative of the spread. We propose a Monte-Carlo method to deal with the uncertainty, i.e. with the randomness of th...

  14. Solutions manual to accompany An introduction to numerical methods and analysis

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    Epperson, James F

    2014-01-01

    A solutions manual to accompany An Introduction to Numerical Methods and Analysis, Second Edition An Introduction to Numerical Methods and Analysis, Second Edition reflects the latest trends in the field, includes new material and revised exercises, and offers a unique emphasis on applications. The author clearly explains how to both construct and evaluate approximations for accuracy and performance, which are key skills in a variety of fields. A wide range of higher-level methods and solutions, including new topics such as the roots of polynomials, sp

  15. An Effective Numerical Method and Its Utilization to Solution of Fractional Models Used in Bioengineering Applications

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    Petráš Ivo

    2011-01-01

    Full Text Available This paper deals with the fractional-order linear and nonlinear models used in bioengineering applications and an effective method for their numerical solution. The proposed method is based on the power series expansion of a generating function. Numerical solution is in the form of the difference equation, which can be simply applied in the Matlab/Simulink to simulate the dynamics of system. Several illustrative examples are presented, which can be widely used in bioengineering as well as in the other disciplines, where the fractional calculus is often used.

  16. 2nd International Workshop on the Numerical Solution of Markov Chains

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    Computations with Markov Chains presents the edited and reviewed proceedings of the Second International Workshop on the Numerical Solution of Markov Chains, held January 16--18, 1995, in Raleigh, North Carolina. New developments of particular interest include recent work on stability and conditioning, Krylov subspace-based methods for transient solutions, quadratic convergent procedures for matrix geometric problems, further analysis of the GTH algorithm, the arrival of stochastic automata networks at the forefront of modelling stratagems, and more. An authoritative overview of the field for applied probabilists, numerical analysts and systems modelers, including computer scientists and engineers.

  17. Numerical solution of the one-dimensional fractional convection diffusion equations based on Chebyshev operational matrix.

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    Xie, Jiaquan; Huang, Qingxue; Yang, Xia

    2016-01-01

    In this paper, we are concerned with nonlinear one-dimensional fractional convection diffusion equations. An effective approach based on Chebyshev operational matrix is constructed to obtain the numerical solution of fractional convection diffusion equations with variable coefficients. The principal characteristic of the approach is the new orthogonal functions based on Chebyshev polynomials to the fractional calculus. The corresponding fractional differential operational matrix is derived. Then the matrix with the Tau method is utilized to transform the solution of this problem into the solution of a system of linear algebraic equations. By solving the linear algebraic equations, the numerical solution is obtained. The approach is tested via examples. It is shown that the proposed algorithm yields better results. Finally, error analysis shows that the algorithm is convergent.

  18. Solute location in a nanoconfined liquid depends on charge distribution

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    Harvey, Jacob A.; Thompson, Ward H., E-mail: wthompson@ku.edu [Department of Chemistry, University of Kansas, Lawrence, Kansas 66045 (United States)

    2015-07-28

    Nanostructured materials that can confine liquids have attracted increasing attention for their diverse properties and potential applications. Yet, significant gaps remain in our fundamental understanding of such nanoconfined liquids. Using replica exchange molecular dynamics simulations of a nanoscale, hydroxyl-terminated silica pore system, we determine how the locations explored by a coumarin 153 (C153) solute in ethanol depend on its charge distribution, which can be changed through a charge transfer electronic excitation. The solute position change is driven by the internal energy, which favors C153 at the pore surface compared to the pore interior, but less so for the more polar, excited-state molecule. This is attributed to more favorable non-specific solvation of the large dipole moment excited-state C153 by ethanol at the expense of hydrogen-bonding with the pore. It is shown that a change in molecule location resulting from shifts in the charge distribution is a general result, though how the solute position changes will depend upon the specific system. This has important implications for interpreting measurements and designing applications of mesoporous materials.

  19. Numerical solution of linear models in economics: The SP-DG model revisited

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    T. Andrade, G. Faria, V. Leite, F. Verona, M. Viegas; Afonso, O.; P.B. Vasconcelos

    2007-01-01

    In general, complex and large dimensional models are needed to solve real economic problems. Due to these characteristics, there is either no analytical solution for them or they are not attainable. As a result, solutions can be only obtained through numerical methods. Thus, the growing importance of computers in Economics is not surprising. This paper focuses on an implementation of the SP-DG model, using Matlab,developed by the students as part of the Computational Economics course. We also...

  20. NUMERICAL SOLUTIONS OF INCOMPRESSIBLE EULER AND NAVIER-STOKES EQUATIONS BY EFFICIENT DISCRETE SINGULAR CONVOLUTION METHOD

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    D.C. Wan; G.W. Wei

    2000-01-01

    An efficient discrete singular convolution (DSC) method is introduced to the numerical solutions of incompressible Euler and Navier-Stokes equations with periodic boundary conditions. Two numerical tests of two-dimensional NavierStokes equations with periodic boundary conditions and Euler equations for doubly periodic shear layer flows are carried out by using the DSC method for spatial derivatives and fourth-order Runge-Kutta method for time advancement, respectively. The computational results show that the DSC method is efficient and robust for solving the problems of incompressible flows, and has the potential of being extended to numerically solve much broader problems in fluid dynamics.

  1. Two different methods for numerical solution of the modified Burgers' equation.

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    Karakoç, Seydi Battal Gazi; Başhan, Ali; Geyikli, Turabi

    2014-01-01

    A numerical solution of the modified Burgers' equation (MBE) is obtained by using quartic B-spline subdomain finite element method (SFEM) over which the nonlinear term is locally linearized and using quartic B-spline differential quadrature (QBDQM) method. The accuracy and efficiency of the methods are discussed by computing L 2 and L ∞ error norms. Comparisons are made with those of some earlier papers. The obtained numerical results show that the methods are effective numerical schemes to solve the MBE. A linear stability analysis, based on the von Neumann scheme, shows the SFEM is unconditionally stable. A rate of convergence analysis is also given for the DQM.

  2. Numerical Solution of the Variational Data Assimilation Problem Using Satellite Data

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    Agoshkov, V. I.; Lebedv, S. A.; Parmuzin, E. I.

    2010-12-01

    The problem of variational assimilation of satellite observational data on the ocean surface temperature is formulated and numerically investigated in order to reconstruct surface heat fluxes with the use of the global three-dimensional model of ocean hydrothermodynamics developed at the Institute of Numerical Mathematics, Russian Academy of Sciences (INM RAS), and observational data on the ocean surface temperature over the year 2004. The algorithms of the numerical solution to the problem are elaborated and substantiated, and the data assimilation block is developed and incorporated into the global three-dimensional model. Numerical experiments are carried out with the use of the Indian Ocean water area as an example. Numerical experiments confirm the theoretical conclusions obtained and demonstrate the expediency of combining the model with a block of assimilating operational observational data on the surface temperature.

  3. Solute concentration-dependent contact angle hysteresis and evaporation stains.

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    Li, Yueh-Feng; Sheng, Yu-Jane; Tsao, Heng-Kwong

    2014-07-08

    The presence of nonvolatile solutes in a liquid drop on a solid surface can affect the wetting properties. Depending on the surface-activity of the solutes, the extent of contact angle hysteresis (CAH) can vary with their concentration and the pattern of the evaporation stain is altered accordingly. In this work, four types of concentration-dependent CAH and evaporation stains are identified for a water drop containing polymeric additives on polycarbonate. For polymers without surface-activity such as dextran, advancing and receding contact angles (θa and θr) are independent of solute concentrations, and a concentrated stain is observed in the vicinity of the drop center after complete evaporation. For polymers with weak surface-activity such as poly(ethylene glycol) (PEG), both θa and θr are decreased by solute addition, and the stain pattern varies with increasing PEG concentration, including a concentrated stain and a mountain-like island. For polymers with intermediate surface-activity such as sodium polystyrenesulfonate (NaPSS), θa descends slightly, but θr decreases significantly after the addition of a substantial amount of NaPSS, and a ring-like stain pattern is observed. Moreover, the size of the ring stain can be controlled by NaPSS concentration. For polymers with strong surface-activity such as poly(vinylpyrrolidone) (PVP), θa remains essentially a constant, but θr is significantly lowered after the addition of a small amount of PVP, and the typical ring-like stain is seen.

  4. Quantum transport in 1d systems via a master equation approach: numerics and an exact solution

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    Znidaric, Marko

    2010-01-01

    We discuss recent findings about properties of quantum nonequilibrium steady states. In particular we focus on transport properties. It is shown that the time dependent density matrix renormalization method can be used successfully to find a stationary solution of Lindblad master equation. Furthermore, for a specific model an exact solution is presented.

  5. A numerical method for finding sign-changing solutions of superlinear Dirichlet problems

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    Neuberger, J.M.

    1996-12-31

    In a recent result it was shown via a variational argument that a class of superlinear elliptic boundary value problems has at least three nontrivial solutions, a pair of one sign and one which sign changes exactly once. These three and all other nontrivial solutions are saddle points of an action functional, and are characterized as local minima of that functional restricted to a codimension one submanifold of the Hilbert space H-0-1-2, or an appropriate higher codimension subset of that manifold. In this paper, we present a numerical Sobolev steepest descent algorithm for finding these three solutions.

  6. Comparative numerical solutions of stiff Ordinary differential equations using magnus series expansion method

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    SURE KÖME

    2014-12-01

    Full Text Available In this paper, we investigated the effect of Magnus Series Expansion Method on homogeneous stiff ordinary differential equations with different stiffness ratios. A Magnus type integrator is used to obtain numerical solutions of two different examples of stiff problems and exact and approximate results are tabulated. Furthermore, absolute error graphics are demonstrated in detail.

  7. Almost Surely Asymptotic Stability of Numerical Solutions for Neutral Stochastic Delay Differential Equations

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    Zhanhua Yu

    2011-01-01

    convergence theorem. It is shown that the Euler method and the backward Euler method can reproduce the almost surely asymptotic stability of exact solutions to NSDDEs under additional conditions. Numerical examples are demonstrated to illustrate the effectiveness of our theoretical results.

  8. Almost Surely Asymptotic Stability of Exact and Numerical Solutions for Neutral Stochastic Pantograph Equations

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    Zhanhua Yu

    2011-01-01

    Full Text Available We study the almost surely asymptotic stability of exact solutions to neutral stochastic pantograph equations (NSPEs, and sufficient conditions are obtained. Based on these sufficient conditions, we show that the backward Euler method (BEM with variable stepsize can preserve the almost surely asymptotic stability. Numerical examples are demonstrated for illustration.

  9. Numerical solutions of stochastic Lotka-Volterra equations via operational matrices

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    F. Hosseini Shekarabi

    2016-03-01

    Full Text Available In this paper, an efficient and convenient method for numerical solutions of stochastic Lotka-Volterra dynamical system is proposed. Here, we consider block pulse functions and their operational matrices of integration. Illustrative example is included to demonstrate the procedure and accuracy of the operational matrices based on block pulse functions.

  10. A numerical bound for small prime solutions of some binary equations

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    李红泽

    2003-01-01

    In this paper we consider the linear equation a1p1 + a2p2 = n in prime variables pi and estimatethe numerical value of a relevant constant in the upper bound for small prime solutions of the above equationin terms of max ai.

  11. Efficient numerical solution of steady free-surface Navier-Stokes flow

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    Brummelen, E.H. van; Raven, H.C.; Koren, B.

    2001-01-01

    Numerical solution of flows that are partially bounded by a freely moving boundary is of great importance in practical applications such as ship hydrodynamics. The usual method for solving steady viscous free-surface flow subject to gravitation is alternating time integration of the kinematic cond

  12. Numerical Solutions of the von Karman Equations for a Thin Plate

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    da Silva, Pedro Patricio; Krauth, Werner

    1996-01-01

    In this paper, we present an algorithm for the solution of the von Karman equations of elasticity theory and related problems. Our method of successive reconditioning is able to avoid convergence problems at any ratio of the nonlinear streching and the pure bending energies. We illustrate the power of the method by numerical calculations of pinched or compressed plates subject to fixed boundaries.

  13. Comparative numerical solutions of stiff Ordinary differential equations using magnus series expansion method

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    SURE KÖME; Atay, Mehmet Tarık; Aytekin ERYILMAZ; Cahit KÖME; Piipponen, Samuli

    2014-01-01

    In this paper, we investigated the effect of Magnus Series Expansion Method on homogeneous stiff ordinary differential equations with different stiffness ratios. A Magnus type integrator is used to obtain numerical solutions of two different examples of stiff problems and exact and approximate results are tabulated. Furthermore, absolute error graphics are demonstrated in detail.

  14. Numerical Solution of Differential Equations by the Parker-Sochacki Method

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    Rudmin, Joseph W

    2010-01-01

    A tutorial is presented which demonstrates the theory and usage of the Parker-Sochacki method of numerically solving systems of differential equations. Solutions are demonstrated for the case of projectile motion in air, and for the classical Newtonian N-body problem with mutual gravitational attraction.

  15. Numerical Solution of a Second Order Boundary Problem for Two Dimensions Using Galerkin Approximations

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    Johnson, Claes. Numerical Solution of Partial Differential Equations by the Finite Element Method. New York: Cambridge University Press, 1987. Kreyszig ... Kreyszig , Erwin. Advanced Engineering Mathematics. New York: John Wiley and Sons, 1983 9. Microsoft Corporation. DOS 5.0 Reference Manual. U.S.A., 1991

  16. Numerical solution of functional integral equations by using B-splines

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    Reza Firouzdor

    2014-05-01

    Full Text Available This paper describes an approximating solution, based on Lagrange interpolation and spline functions, to treat functional integral equations of Fredholm type and Volterra type. This method can be extended to functional dierential and integro-dierential equations. For showing eciency of the method we give some numerical examples.

  17. Numerical solution of the stochastic collection equation—comparison of the Linear Discrete Method with other methods

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    Simmel, Martin; Trautmann, Thomas; Tetzlaff, Gerd

    The Linear Discrete Method is used to solve the Stochastic Collection Equation (SCE) numerically. Comparisons are made with the Method of Moments, the Berry-Reinhardt model and the Linear Flux Method. Simulations for all numerical methods are shown for the kernel after Golovin [Bull. Acad. Sci. USSR, Geophys. Ser. 5 (1963) 783] and are compared with the analytical solution for two different initial distributions. BRM seems to give the best results and LDM gives good results, too. LFM overestimates the drop growth for the right tail of the distribution and MOM does the same but over the entire drop spectrum. For the hydrodynamic kernel after Long [J. Atmos. Sci. 31 (1974) 1040], simulations are presented using the four numerical methods (LDM, MOM, BRM, LFM). Especially for high resolutions, the solutions of LDM and LFM approach each other very closely. In addition, LDM simulations using the hydrodynamic kernel after Böhm [Atmos. Res. 52 (1999) 167] are presented, which show good correspondence between low- and high-resolution results. Computation efficiency is especially important when numerical schemes are to be included in larger models. Therefore, the computation times of the four methods were compared for the cases with the Golovin kernel. The result is that LDM is the fastest method by far, needing less time than other methods by a factor of 2-7, depending on the case and the bin resolution. For high resolutions, MOM is the slowest. For the lowest resolution, this holds for LFM.

  18. Numerical Analysis on Flow and Solute Transmission during Heap Leaching Processes

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    J. Z. Liu

    2015-01-01

    Full Text Available Based on fluid flow and rock skeleton elastic deformation during heap leaching process, a deformation-flow coupling model is developed. Regarding a leaching column with 1 m height, solution concentration 1 unit, and the leaching time being 10 days, numerical simulations and indoors experiment are conducted, respectively. Numerical results indicate that volumetric strain and concentration of solvent decrease with bed’s depth increasing; while the concentration of dissolved mineral increases firstly and decreases from a certain position, the peak values of concentration curves move leftward with time. The comparison between experimental results and numerical solutions is given, which shows these two are in agreement on the whole trend.

  19. A novel numerical technique to obtain an accurate solution to the Thomas-Fermi equation

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    Parand, Kourosh; Yousefi, Hossein; Delkhosh, Mehdi; Ghaderi, Amin

    2016-07-01

    In this paper, a new algorithm based on the fractional order of rational Euler functions (FRE) is introduced to study the Thomas-Fermi (TF) model which is a nonlinear singular ordinary differential equation on a semi-infinite interval. This problem, using the quasilinearization method (QLM), converts to the sequence of linear ordinary differential equations to obtain the solution. For the first time, the rational Euler (RE) and the FRE have been made based on Euler polynomials. In addition, the equation will be solved on a semi-infinite domain without truncating it to a finite domain by taking FRE as basic functions for the collocation method. This method reduces the solution of this problem to the solution of a system of algebraic equations. We demonstrated that the new proposed algorithm is efficient for obtaining the value of y'(0) , y(x) and y'(x) . Comparison with some numerical and analytical solutions shows that the present solution is highly accurate.

  20. Exact and numerical elastodynamic solutions for thick-walled functionally graded cylinders subjected to pressure shocks

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    Shariyat, M., E-mail: m_shariyat@yahoo.co [Faculty of Mechanical Engineering, K.N. Toosi University of Technology, Pardis Street, Molla-Sadra Avenue, Vanak Square, P.O. Box: 19395-1999, Tehran 19991 43344 (Iran, Islamic Republic of); Nikkhah, M.; Kazemi, R. [Faculty of Mechanical Engineering, K.N. Toosi University of Technology, Pardis Street, Molla-Sadra Avenue, Vanak Square, P.O. Box: 19395-1999, Tehran 19991 43344 (Iran, Islamic Republic of)

    2011-02-15

    In the present paper, analytical and numerical elastodynamic solutions are developed for long thick-walled functionally graded cylinders subjected to arbitrary dynamic and shock pressures. Both transient dynamic response and elastic wave propagation characteristics are studied in these non-homogeneous structures. Variations of the material properties across the thickness are described according to both polynomial and power law functions. A numerically consistent transfinite element formulation is presented for both functions whereas the exact solution is presented for the power law function. The FGM cylinder is not divided into isotropic sub-cylinders. An approach associated with dividing the dynamic radial displacement expression into quasi-static and dynamic parts and expansion of the transient wave functions in terms of a series of the eigenfunctions is employed to propose the exact solution. Results are obtained for various exponents of the functions of the material properties distributions, various radius ratios, and various dynamic and shock loads.

  1. Identifying generalized Fitzhugh-Nagumo equation from a numerical solution of Hodgkin-Huxley model

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    Nikola V. Georgiev

    2003-01-01

    Full Text Available An analytic time series in the form of numerical solution (in an appropriate finite time interval of the Hodgkin-Huxley current clamped (HHCC system of four differential equations, well known in the neurophysiology as an exact empirical model of excitation of a giant axon of Loligo, is presented. Then we search for a second-order differential equation of generalized Fitzhugh-Nagumo (GFN type, having as a solution the given single component (action potential of the numerical solution. The given time series is used as a basis for reconstructing orders, powers, and coefficients of the polynomial right-hand sides of GFN equation approximately governing the process of action potential. For this purpose, a new geometrical method for determining phase space dimension of the unknown dynamical system (GFN equation and a specific modification of least squares method for identifying unknown coefficients are developed and applied.

  2. Numerical solution of stochastic differential equations with Poisson and Lévy white noise

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    Grigoriu, M.

    2009-08-01

    A fixed time step method is developed for integrating stochastic differential equations (SDE’s) with Poisson white noise (PWN) and Lévy white noise (LWN). The method for integrating SDE’s with PWN has the same structure as that proposed by Kim [Phys. Rev. E 76, 011109 (2007)], but is established by using different arguments. The integration of SDE’s with LWN is based on a representation of Lévy processes by sums of scaled Brownian motions and compound Poisson processes. It is shown that the numerical solutions of SDE’s with PWN and LWN converge weakly to the exact solutions of these equations, so that they can be used to estimate not only marginal properties but also distributions of functionals of the exact solutions. Numerical examples are used to demonstrate the applications and the accuracy of the proposed integration algorithms.

  3. THE NUMERICAL SOLUTION OF FIRST KIND INTEGRAL EQUATION FOR THE HELMHOLTZ EQUATION ON SMOOTH OPEN ARCS

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    Wei-jun Tang; Hong-yuan Fu; Long-jun Shen

    2001-01-01

    Consider solving the Dirichlet problem of Helmholtz equation on unbounded region R2\\Г with Г a smooth open curve in the plane. We use simple-layer potential to construct a solution. This leads to the solution of a logarithmic integral equation of the first kind for the Helmholtz equation. This equation is reformulated using a special change of variable, leading to a new first kind equation with a smooth solution function. This new equation is split into three parts. Then a quadrature method that takes special advantage of the splitting of the integral equation is used to solve the equation numerically. An error analysis in a Sobolev space setting is given. And numerical results show that fast convergence is clearly exhibited.

  4. Analytical and numerical solution of coupled KdV-MKdV system

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    Halim, A; Leble, S B

    2002-01-01

    The matrix 2x2 spectral differential equation of the second order is considered on x in ($-\\infty,+\\infty$). We establish elementary Darboux transformations covariance of the problem and analyze its combinations. We select a second covariant equation to form Lax pair of a coupled KdV-MKdV system. The sequence of the elementary Darboux transformations of the zero-potential seed produce two-parameter solution for the coupled KdV-MKdV system with reductions. We show effects of parameters on the resulting solutions (reality, singularity). A numerical method for general coupled KdV-MKdV system is introduced. The method is based on a difference scheme for Cauchy problems for arbitrary number of equations with constants coefficients. We analyze stability and prove the convergence of the scheme which is also tested by numerical simulation of the explicit solutions.

  5. Numerical solution of Poisson equation on adaptive multiresolution grid. Application to streamer discharge simulations

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    Duarte, Max; Massot, Marc; Bourdon, Anne

    2013-01-01

    In this paper we investigate the numerical solution of Poisson equations on adapted structured grids generated by multiresolution analysis. Such an approach not only involves important savings in computational costs, but also allows us to conduct a mathematical description of the numerical approximations in the context of biorthogonal wavelet decomposition. In contrast to most adaptive meshing techniques in the literature that solve the corresponding system of discrete equations level-wise throughout the set of adapted grids, we introduce a new numerical procedure, mainly based on inter-level operations, to represent in a consistent way the elliptic operators discretized on the adapted grid. In this way the discrete problem can be solved at once over the entire computational domain strongly coupling inter-grid relations as a completely separate process, independent of the mesh generation or any other grid-related data structure or geometric consideration, while the multiresolution framework guarantees numeric...

  6. Numerical Solution for Fractional-Order Differential Systems with Time-Domain and Frequency-Domain Methods

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    Ke Xiao; Shang-Bo Zhou; Wei-Wei Zhang

    2008-01-01

    For a general nonlinear fractional-orderdifferential equation, the numerical solution is a goodway to approximate the trajectory of such systems. Inthis paper, a novel algorithm for numerical solution offractional-order differential equations based on thedefinition of Grunwald-Letnikov is presented. Theresults of numerical solution by using the novel methodand the frequency-domain method are compared, and the limitations of frequency-domain method arediscussed.

  7. Numerical Solution for Fractional-Order Differential Systems with Time-Domain and Frequency-Domain Methods

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    Ke Xiao; Shang-Bo Zhou; Wei-Wei Zhang

    2008-01-01

    For a general nonlinear fractional-order differential equation, the numerical solution is a good way to approximate the trajectory of such systems. In this paper, a novel algorithm for numerical solution of fractional-order differential equations based on the definition of Grunwald-Letnikov is presented. The results of numerical solution by using the novel method and the frequency-domain method are compared, and the limitations of frequency-domain method arediscussed.

  8. Analytical and numerical solution of a coupled KdV-MKdV system

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    Halim, A.A.; Leble, S.B. E-mail: leble@mif.pg.gda.pl

    2004-01-01

    In this work a two-fold compound elementary Darboux transformations (DTs) are newly used to produce two-parameters explicit solutions for a coupled KdV-MKdV system. We consider a second order differential equation as a spectral problem with 2 x 2 matrix coefficients. A second covariant (with respect to DTs) equation is selected to form a Lax pair of a coupled KdV-MKdV system, under correspondent reduction constraint. This reduction gives an automorphism that relates two pairs of solutions of the spectral equation corresponding to different values of the spectral parameters. We use this result in the compound elementary DTs to produce explicit solutions to the coupled KdV-MKdV system being the compatibility condition of Lax pair under this reduction. Effects of parameters on the solution (reality, singularity) are analyzed. A numerical method of solution (difference scheme) of a Cauchy problem for the coupled KdV-MKdV system is also introduced. We analyze stability and prove the convergence of the scheme which gives the conditions and the appropriate choice of the grid sizes. The scheme is tested by numerical simulation of the explicit solutions evaluation.

  9. A numerical model for density-and-viscosity-dependent flows in two-dimensional variably saturated porous media

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    Boufadel, Michel C.; Suidan, Makram T.; Venosa, Albert D.

    1999-04-01

    We present a formulation for water flow and solute transport in two-dimensional variably saturated media that accounts for the effects of the solute on water density and viscosity. The governing equations are cast in a dimensionless form that depends on six dimensionless groups of parameters. These equations are discretized in space using the Galerkin finite element formulation and integrated in time using the backward Euler scheme with mass lumping. The modified Picard method is used to linearize the water flow equation. The resulting numerical model, the MARUN model, is verified by comparison to published numerical results. It is then used to investigate beach hydraulics at seawater concentration (about 30 g l -1) in the context of nutrients delivery for bioremediation of oil spills on beaches. Numerical simulations that we conducted in a rectangular section of a hypothetical beach revealed that buoyancy in the unsaturated zone is significant in soils that are fine textured, with low anisotropy ratio, and/or exhibiting low physical dispersion. In such situations, application of dissolved nutrients to a contaminated beach in a freshwater solution is superior to their application in a seawater solution. Concentration-engendered viscosity effects were negligible with respect to concentration-engendered density effects for the cases that we considered.

  10. Numerical treatment of the spherically symmetric solutions of a generalized Fisher-Kolmogorov-Petrovsky-Piscounov equation

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    Macías-Díaz, J. E.; Medina-Ramírez, I. E.; Puri, A.

    2009-09-01

    In the present work, the connection of the generalized Fisher-KPP equation to physical and biological fields is noted. Radially symmetric solutions to the generalized Fisher-KPP equation are considered, and analytical results for the positivity and asymptotic stability of solutions to the corresponding time-independent elliptic differential equation are quoted. An energy analysis of the generalized theory is carried out with further physical applications in mind, and a numerical method that consistently approximates the energy of the system and its rate of change is presented. The method is thoroughly tested against analytical and numerical results on the classical Fisher-KPP equation, the Heaviside equation, and the generalized Fisher-KPP equation with logistic nonlinearity and Heaviside initial profile, obtaining as a result that our method is highly stable and accurate, even in the presence of discontinuities. As an application, we establish numerically that, under the presence of suitable initial conditions, there exists a threshold for the relaxation time with the property that solutions to the problems considered are nonnegative if and only if the relaxation time is below a critical value. An analytical prediction is provided for the Heaviside equation, against which we verify the validity of our computational code, and numerical approximations are provided for several generalized Fisher-KPP problems.

  11. Generalized analytical solution for advection-dispersion equation in finite spatial domain with arbitrary time-dependent inlet boundary condition

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    J.-S. Chen

    2011-04-01

    Full Text Available This study presents a generalized analytical solution for one-dimensional solute transport in finite spatial domain subject to arbitrary time-dependent inlet boundary condition. The governing equation includes terms accounting for advection, hydrodynamic dispersion, linear equilibrium sorption and first order decay processes. The generalized analytical solution is derived by using the Laplace transform with respect to time and the generalized integral transform technique with respect to the spatial coordinate. Several special cases are presented and compared to illustrate the robustness of the derived generalized analytical solution. Result shows an excellent agreement. The analytical solutions of the special cases derived in this study have practical applications. Moreover, the derived generalized solution which consists an integral representation is evaluated by the numerical integration to extend its usage. The developed generalized solution offers a convenient tool for further development of analytical solution of specified time-dependent inlet boundary conditions or numerical evaluation of the concentration field for arbitrary time-dependent inlet boundary problem.

  12. Stochastic coalescence in finite systems: an algorithm for the numerical solution of the multivariate master equation.

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    Alfonso, Lester; Zamora, Jose; Cruz, Pedro

    2015-04-01

    The stochastic approach to coagulation considers the coalescence process going in a system of a finite number of particles enclosed in a finite volume. Within this approach, the full description of the system can be obtained from the solution of the multivariate master equation, which models the evolution of the probability distribution of the state vector for the number of particles of a given mass. Unfortunately, due to its complexity, only limited results were obtained for certain type of kernels and monodisperse initial conditions. In this work, a novel numerical algorithm for the solution of the multivariate master equation for stochastic coalescence that works for any type of kernels and initial conditions is introduced. The performance of the method was checked by comparing the numerically calculated particle mass spectrum with analytical solutions obtained for the constant and sum kernels, with an excellent correspondence between the analytical and numerical solutions. In order to increase the speedup of the algorithm, software parallelization techniques with OpenMP standard were used, along with an implementation in order to take advantage of new accelerator technologies. Simulations results show an important speedup of the parallelized algorithms. This study was funded by a grant from Consejo Nacional de Ciencia y Tecnologia de Mexico SEP-CONACYT CB-131879. The authors also thanks LUFAC® Computacion SA de CV for CPU time and all the support provided.

  13. A Hybrid Analytical-Numerical Solution to the Laminar Flow inside Biconical Ducts

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    Thiago Antonini Alves

    2015-10-01

    Full Text Available In this work was presented a hybrid analytical-numerical solution to hydrodynamic problem of fully developed Newtonian laminar flow inside biconical ducts employing the Generalized Integral Transform Technique (GITT. In order to facilitate the analytical treatment and the application of the boundary conditions, a Conformal Transform was used to change the domain into a more suitable coordinate system. Thereafter, the GITT was applied on the momentum equation to obtain the velocity field. Numerical results were obtained for quantities of practical interest, such as maximum and minimum velocity, Fanning friction factor, Poiseuille number, Hagenbach factor and hydrodynamic entry length.

  14. Numerical Solutions of the Coupled Klein-Gordon-Schrand#246;dinger Equations by Differential Quadrature Methods

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    Thoudam Roshan

    2016-10-01

    Full Text Available Numerical solutions of the coupled Klein-Gordon-Schrödinger equations is obtained by using differential quadrature methods based on polynomials and quintic B-spline functions for space discretization and Runge-Kutta fourth order for time discretization. Stability of the schemes are studied using matrix stability analysis. The accuracy and efficiency of the methods are shown by conducting some numerical experiments on test problems. The motion of single soliton and interaction of two solitons are simulated by the proposed methods.

  15. Numerical solution of the Boltzmann equation for the shock wave in a gas mixture

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    Raines, A A

    2014-01-01

    We study the structure of a shock wave for a two-, three- and four-component gas mixture on the basis of numerical solution of the Boltzmann equation for the model of hard sphere molecules. For the evaluation of collision integrals we use the Conservative Projection Method developed by F.G. Tscheremissine which we extended to gas mixtures in cylindrical coordinates. The transition from the upstream to downstream uniform state is presented by macroscopic values and distribution functions. The obtained results were compared with numerical and experimental results of other authors.

  16. Analisys of Hamiltonian Boundary Value Methods (HBVMs) for the numerical solution of polynomial Hamiltonian dynamical systems

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    Brugnano, Luigi; Trigiante, Donato

    2009-01-01

    One main issue, when numerically integrating autonomous Hamiltonian systems, is the long-term conservation of some of its invariants, among which the Hamiltonian function itself. For example, it is well known that standard (even symplectic) methods can only exactly preserve quadratic Hamiltonians. In this paper, a new family of methods, called Hamiltonian Boundary Value Methods (HBVMs), is introduced and analyzed. HBVMs are able to exactly preserve, in the discrete solution, Hamiltonian functions of polynomial type of arbitrarily high degree. These methods turn out to be symmetric, perfectly $A$-stable, and can have arbitrarily high order. A few numerical tests confirm the theoretical results.

  17. A general numerical solution of dispersion relations for the nuclear optical model

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    Capote, R; Quesada, J M; Capote, Roberto; Molina, Alberto; Quesada, Jose Manuel

    2001-01-01

    A general numerical solution of the dispersion integral relation between the real and the imaginary parts of the nuclear optical potential is presented. Fast convergence is achieved by means of the Gauss-Legendre integration method, which offers accuracy, easiness of implementation and generality for dispersive optical model calculations. The use of this numerical integration method in the optical-model parameter search codes allows for a fast and accurate dispersive analysis. PACS number(s): 11.55.Fv, 24.10.Ht, 02.60.Jh

  18. Numerical solution of continuous-time DSGE models under Poisson uncertainty

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    Posch, Olaf; Trimborn, Timo

    We propose a simple and powerful method for determining the transition process in continuous-time DSGE models under Poisson uncertainty numerically. The idea is to transform the system of stochastic differential equations into a system of functional differential equations of the retarded type. We...... then use the Waveform Relaxation algorithm to provide a guess of the policy function and solve the resulting system of ordinary differential equations by standard methods and fix-point iteration. Analytical solutions are provided as a benchmark from which our numerical method can be used to explore broader...

  19. A New Method to Solve Numeric Solution of Nonlinear Dynamic System

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    Min Hu

    2016-01-01

    Full Text Available It is well known that the cubic spline function has advantages of simple forms, good convergence, approximation, and second-order smoothness. A particular class of cubic spline function is constructed and an effective method to solve the numerical solution of nonlinear dynamic system is proposed based on the cubic spline function. Compared with existing methods, this method not only has high approximation precision, but also avoids the Runge phenomenon. The error analysis of several methods is given via two numeric examples, which turned out that the proposed method is a much more feasible tool applied to the engineering practice.

  20. Simple and accurate solution for convective-radiative fin with temperature dependent thermal conductivity using double optimal linearization

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    Bouaziz, M.N. [Department of Mechanical Engineering, University of Medea, BP 164, Medea 26000 (Algeria); Aziz, Abdul, E-mail: aziz@gonzaga.ed [Department of Mechanical Engineering, School of Engineering and Applied Science, Gonzaga University, Spokane, WA 99258 (United States)

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    A novel concept of double optimal linearization is introduced and used to obtain a simple and accurate solution for the temperature distribution in a straight rectangular convective-radiative fin with temperature dependent thermal conductivity. The solution is built from the classical solution for a pure convection fin of constant thermal conductivity which appears in terms of hyperbolic functions. When compared with the direct numerical solution, the double optimally linearized solution is found to be accurate within 4% for a range of radiation-conduction and thermal conductivity parameters that are likely to be encountered in practice. The present solution is simple and offers superior accuracy compared with the fairly complex approximate solutions based on the homotopy perturbation method, variational iteration method, and the double series regular perturbation method. The fin efficiency expression resembles the classical result for the constant thermal conductivity convecting fin. The present results are easily usable by the practicing engineers in their thermal design and analysis work involving fins.

  1. Radio signal propagation effects in a nonstationary ionosphere based on the numerical solution of the one-dimensional wave equation

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    Laryunin, O. A.

    2016-09-01

    The goal of this work is to solve Maxwell equations analytically and numerically in a one-dimensional case under the conditions of a nonstationary medium. Analytical solutions to the Maxwell equations have been obtained in two partial cases of the linear and quadratic time dependence of medium permittivity. Since the number of models for which the wave equation can be solved analytically is limited, it becomes also necessary to apply numerical methods, specifically the method of finite differences, in a time domain Finite Difference Time Domain method. The effects of the decameter wave dynamic reflection from structures with considerable spatial gradients (the scales of which are comparable with the sounding pulse wavelength) have been studied based on this method. It has been shown that the spectrum can broaden and a Doppler frequency shift of a reflected signal can originate can take place.

  2. Translation invariant time-dependent solutions to massive gravity II

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    Mourad, J.; Steer, D.A., E-mail: mourad@apc.univ-paris7.fr, E-mail: steer@apc.univ-paris7.fr [AstroParticule and Cosmologie, UMR 7164-CNRS, Université Denis Diderot-Paris 7, CEA, Observatoire de Paris, F-75205 Paris Cedex 13 (France)

    2014-06-01

    This paper is a sequel to JCAP 12 (2013) 004 and is also devoted to translation-invariant solutions of ghost-free massive gravity in its moving frame formulation. Here we consider a mass term which is linear in the vielbein (corresponding to a β{sub 3} term in the 4D metric formulation) in addition to the cosmological constant. We determine explicitly the constraints, and from the initial value formulation show that the time-dependent solutions can have singularities at a finite time. Although the constraints give, as in the β{sub 1} case, the correct number of degrees of freedom for a massive spin two field, we show that the lapse function can change sign at a finite time causing a singular time evolution. This is very different to the β{sub 1} case where time evolution is always well defined. We conclude that the β{sub 3} mass term can be pathological and should be treated with care.

  3. Translation invariant time-dependent solutions to massive gravity II

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    Mourad, J

    2014-01-01

    This paper is a sequel to arXiv:1310.6560 [hep-th] and is also devoted to translation-invariant solutions of ghost-free massive gravity in its moving frame formulation. Here we consider a mass term which is linear in the vielbein (corresponding to a $\\beta_3$ term in the 4D metric formulation) in addition to the cosmological constant. We determine explicitly the constraints, and from the initial value formulation show that the time-dependent solutions can have singularities at a finite time. Although the constraints give, as in the $\\beta_1$ case, the correct number of degrees of freedom for a massive spin two field, we show that the lapse function can change sign at a finite time causing a singular time evolution. This is very different to the $\\beta_1$ case where time evolution is always well defined. We conclude that the $\\beta_3$ mass term can be pathological and should be treated with care.

  4. Almost Surely Exponential Stability of Numerical Solutions for Stochastic Pantograph Equations

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    Shaobo Zhou

    2014-01-01

    Full Text Available Our effort is to develop a criterion on almost surely exponential stability of numerical solution to stochastic pantograph differential equations, with the help of the discrete semimartingale convergence theorem and the technique used in stable analysis of the exact solution. We will prove that the Euler-Maruyama (EM method can preserve almost surely exponential stability of stochastic pantograph differential equations under the linear growth conditions. And the backward EM method can reproduce almost surely exponential stability for highly nonlinear stochastic pantograph differential equations. A highly nonlinear example is provided to illustrate the main theory.

  5. Numerical solution of point kinetic equations by matrix decomposition and T series expansions

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    Silva, Jeronimo J.A.; Alvim, Antonio C.M., E-mail: shaolin.jr@gmail.com, E-mail: alvim@nuclear.ufrj.br [Coordenacao dos Programas de Pos-Graduacao de Engenharia (COPPE/UFRJ), Rio de Janeiro, RJ (Brazil); Vilhena, Marco T.M.B., E-mail: vilhena@pq.cnpq.br [Universidade Federal do Rio Grande do Sul (PROMEC/UFRGS), Porto Alegre, RS (Brazil). Programa de Pos-Graduacao em Engenharia Mecanica

    2013-07-01

    Recently, an analytical solution of the Point Kinetics equations free from stiffness problems has been presented. The equations, cast in matrix form are split into diagonal plus off-diagonal matrices and a series expansion of neutron density and precursor concentrations is done, producing a recurrent system which is then solved analytically. In this paper, a numerical finite differences equivalent of this decomposition plus expansion method is derived and applied to the same problems tested in the analytical case. As a result, the number of terms in the expansions needed for holding steady state is obtained, as well as results for the transient cases, with good agreement between solutions. (author)

  6. Numerical Solutions of the Multispecies Predator-Prey Model by Variational Iteration Method

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    Khaled Batiha

    2007-01-01

    Full Text Available The main objective of the current work was to solve the multispecies predator-prey model. The techniques used here were called the variational iteration method (VIM and the Adomian decomposition method (ADM. The advantage of this work is twofold. Firstly, the VIM reduces the computational work. Secondly, in comparison with existing techniques, the VIM is an improvement with regard to its accuracy and rapid convergence. The VIM has the advantage of being more concise for analytical and numerical purposes. Comparisons with the exact solution and the fourth-order Runge-Kutta method (RK4 show that the VIM is a powerful method for the solution of nonlinear equations.

  7. A stable numerical solution method in-plane loading of nonlinear viscoelastic laminated orthotropic materials

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    Gramoll, K. C.; Dillard, D. A.; Brinson, H. F.

    1989-01-01

    In response to the tremendous growth in the development of advanced materials, such as fiber-reinforced plastic (FRP) composite materials, a new numerical method is developed to analyze and predict the time-dependent properties of these materials. Basic concepts in viscoelasticity, laminated composites, and previous viscoelastic numerical methods are presented. A stable numerical method, called the nonlinear differential equation method (NDEM), is developed to calculate the in-plane stresses and strains over any time period for a general laminate constructed from nonlinear viscoelastic orthotropic plies. The method is implemented in an in-plane stress analysis computer program, called VCAP, to demonstrate its usefulness and to verify its accuracy. A number of actual experimental test results performed on Kevlar/epoxy composite laminates are compared to predictions calculated from the numerical method.

  8. An efficient numerical target strength prediction model: Validation against analysis solutions

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    Fillinger, L.; Nijhof, M.J.J.; Jong, C.A.F. de

    2014-01-01

    A decade ago, TNO developed RASP (Rapid Acoustic Signature Prediction), a numerical model for the prediction of the target strength of immersed underwater objects. The model is based on Kirchhoff diffraction theory. It is currently being improved to model refraction, angle dependent reflection and t

  9. An efficient numerical technique for the solution of nonlinear singular boundary value problems

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    Singh, Randhir; Kumar, Jitendra

    2014-04-01

    In this work, a new technique based on Green's function and the Adomian decomposition method (ADM) for solving nonlinear singular boundary value problems (SBVPs) is proposed. The technique relies on constructing Green's function before establishing the recursive scheme for the solution components. In contrast to the existing recursive schemes based on the ADM, the proposed technique avoids solving a sequence of transcendental equations for the undetermined coefficients. It approximates the solution in the form of a series with easily computable components. Additionally, the convergence analysis and the error estimate of the proposed method are supplemented. The reliability and efficiency of the proposed method are demonstrated by several numerical examples. The numerical results reveal that the proposed method is very efficient and accurate.

  10. Numerical study of Spherically Symmetric solutions on a Cosmological Dynamical Background using the BSSN Formalism

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    Rekier, Jeremy; Fuzfa, Andre

    2014-01-01

    We present a fully relativistic numerical method for the study of cosmological problems in spherical symmetry. This involves using the Baumgarte-Shapiro-Shibata-Nakamura (BSSN) formalism on a dynamical Friedmann-Lema\\^itre-Robertson-Walker (FLRW) background. The regular and smooth numerical solution at the center of coordinates proceeds in a natural way by relying on the Partially Implicit Runge-Kutta (PIRK) algorithm described in Montero and Cordero-Carri\\'on [arXiv:1211.5930]. We generalize the usual radiative outer boundary condition to the case of a dynamical background. We show the stability and convergence properties of the method in the study of pure gauge dynamics on a de Sitter background and present a simple application to cosmology by reproducing the Lema\\^itre-Tolman-Bondi (LTB) solution for the collapse of pressure-less matter.

  11. Numerical solution of shock and ramp compression for general material properties

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    Swift, D C

    2009-01-28

    A general formulation was developed to represent material models for applications in dynamic loading. Numerical methods were devised to calculate response to shock and ramp compression, and ramp decompression, generalizing previous solutions for scalar equations of state. The numerical methods were found to be flexible and robust, and matched analytic results to a high accuracy. The basic ramp and shock solution methods were coupled to solve for composite deformation paths, such as shock-induced impacts, and shock interactions with a planar interface between different materials. These calculations capture much of the physics of typical material dynamics experiments, without requiring spatially-resolving simulations. Example calculations were made of loading histories in metals, illustrating the effects of plastic work on the temperatures induced in quasi-isentropic and shock-release experiments, and the effect of a phase transition.

  12. Numerical solution for Sakiadis flow of upper-convected Maxwell fluid using Cattaneo-Christov heat flux model

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    A. Mushtaq

    2016-01-01

    Full Text Available Present work studies the well-known Sakiadis flow of Maxwell fluid along a moving plate in a calm fluid by considering the Cattaneo-Christov heat flux model. This recently developed model has the tendency to describe the characteristics of relaxation time for heat flux. Some numerical local similarity solutions of the associated problem are computed by two approaches namely (i the shooting method and (ii the Keller-box method. The solution is dependent on some interesting parameters which include the viscoelastic fluid parameter β, the dimensionless thermal relaxation time γ and the Prandtl number Pr. Our simulations indicate that variation in the temperature distribution with an increase in local Deborah number γ is non-monotonic. The results for the Fourier’s heat conduction law can be obtained as special cases of the present study.

  13. A numerical study of comparison of two one-state-variable, rate- and state-dependent friction evolution laws

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    Jeen-Hwa Wang

    2009-01-01

    The two one-state-variable, rate- and state-dependent friction laws, i.e., the slip and slowness laws, are compared on the basis of dynamical behavior of a one-degree-of-freedom spring-slider model through numerical simulations. Results show that two (normalized) model parameters, i.e., △(the normalized characteristic slip distance) and β-α (the difference in two normalized parameters of friction laws), control the solutions. From given values of △, β, and α, for the slowness laws, the solution exists and the unique non-zero fixed point is stable when △>(β-α), yet not when △<β-α). For the slip law, the solution exists for large ranges of model parameters and the number and stability of the non-zero fixed points change from one case to another. Results suggest that the slip law is more appropriate for controlling earthquake dynamics than the slowness law.

  14. Numerical Solution of Poisson's Equation Using a Combination of Logarithmic and Multiquadric Radial Basis Function Networks

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    Mohammad Mehdi Mazarei

    2012-01-01

    Full Text Available This paper presents numerical solution of elliptic partial differential equations (Poisson's equation using a combination of logarithmic and multiquadric radial basis function networks. This method uses a special combination between logarithmic and multiquadric radial basis functions with a parameter r. Further, the condition number which arises in the process is discussed, and a comparison is made between them with our earlier studies and previously known ones. It is shown that the system is stable.

  15. Theoretical analysis and numerical solution of laser pulse transformation for satellite laser ranging

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    2001-01-01

    The processes of the pulse transformation in satellite laser ranging (SLR) are analyzed,the analytical expressions of the transformation are deduced,and the effects of the transformation on Center-of-Mass corrections of satellite and ranging precision are discussed.The numerical solution of the transformation and its effects are also given.The results reveal the rules of pulse transformation affected by different kinds of factors.These are significant for designing the SLR system with millimeter accuracy.

  16. Optimality conditions for the numerical solution of optimization problems with PDE constraints :

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    Aguilo Valentin, Miguel Alejandro; Ridzal, Denis

    2014-03-01

    A theoretical framework for the numerical solution of partial di erential equation (PDE) constrained optimization problems is presented in this report. This theoretical framework embodies the fundamental infrastructure required to e ciently implement and solve this class of problems. Detail derivations of the optimality conditions required to accurately solve several parameter identi cation and optimal control problems are also provided in this report. This will allow the reader to further understand how the theoretical abstraction presented in this report translates to the application.

  17. Waveform propagation in black hole spacetimes evaluating the quality of numerical solutions

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    Rezzolla, L; Baumgarte, T W; Cook, G B; Scheel, M A; Shapiro, S L; Teukolsky, S A

    1998-01-01

    We compute the propagation and scattering of linear gravitational waves off a Schwarzschild black hole using a numerical code which solves a generalization of the Zerilli equation to a three dimensional cartesian coordinate system. Since the solution to this problem is well understood it represents a very good testbed for evaluating our ability to perform three dimensional computations of gravitational waves in spacetimes in which a black hole event horizon is present.

  18. Numerical solution to the hermitian Yang-Mills equation on the Fermat quintic

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    Douglas, M R; Lukic, S; Reinbacher, R; Douglas, Michael R.; Karp, Robert L.; Lukic, Sergio; Reinbacher, Rene

    2007-01-01

    We develop an iterative method for finding solutions to the hermitian Yang-Mills equation on stable holomorphic vector bundles, following ideas recently developed by Donaldson. As illustrations, we construct numerically the hermitian Einstein metrics on the tangent bundle and a rank three vector bundle on P^2. In addition, we find a hermitian Yang-Mills connection on a stable rank three vector bundle on the Fermat quintic.

  19. A numerical solution algorithm and its application to studies of pulsed light fields propagation

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    Banakh, V. A.; Gerasimova, L. O.; Smalikho, I. N.; Falits, A. V.

    2016-08-01

    A new method for studies of pulsed laser beams propagation in a turbulent atmosphere was proposed. The algorithm of numerical simulation is based on the solution of wave parabolic equation for complex spectral amplitude of wave field using method of splitting into physical factors. Examples of the use of the algorithm in the case the propagation pulsed Laguerre-Gaussian beams of femtosecond duration in the turbulence atmosphere has been shown.

  20. Analytical and numerical solutions of the Schrödinger–KdV equation

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    Manel Labidi; Ghodrat Ebadi; Essaid Zerrad; Anjan Biswas

    2012-01-01

    The Schrödinger–KdV equation with power-law nonlinearity is studied in this paper. The solitary wave ansatz method is used to carry out the integration of the equation and obtain one-soliton solution. The ′/ method is also used to integrate this equation. Subsequently, the variational iteration method and homotopy perturbation method are also applied to solve this equation. The numerical simulations are also given.

  1. Evaluation of a transfinite element numerical solution method for nonlinear heat transfer problems

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    Cerro, J. A.; Scotti, S. J.

    1991-01-01

    Laplace transform techniques have been widely used to solve linear, transient field problems. A transform-based algorithm enables calculation of the response at selected times of interest without the need for stepping in time as required by conventional time integration schemes. The elimination of time stepping can substantially reduce computer time when transform techniques are implemented in a numerical finite element program. The coupling of transform techniques with spatial discretization techniques such as the finite element method has resulted in what are known as transfinite element methods. Recently attempts have been made to extend the transfinite element method to solve nonlinear, transient field problems. This paper examines the theoretical basis and numerical implementation of one such algorithm, applied to nonlinear heat transfer problems. The problem is linearized and solved by requiring a numerical iteration at selected times of interest. While shown to be acceptable for weakly nonlinear problems, this algorithm is ineffective as a general nonlinear solution method.

  2. NUMERICAL SOLUTION FOR THE POTENTIAL AND DENSITY PROFILE OF A THERMAL EQUILIBRIUM SHEET BEAM

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    Lund, S M; Bazouin, G

    2011-03-29

    In a recent paper, S. M. Lund, A. Friedman, and G. Bazouin, Sheet beam model for intense space-charge: with application to Debye screening and the distribution of particle oscillation frequencies in a thermal equilibrium beam, in press, Phys. Rev. Special Topics - Accel. and Beams (2011), a 1D sheet beam model was extensively analyzed. In this complementary paper, we present details of a numerical procedure developed to construct the self-consistent electrostatic potential and density profile of a thermal equilibrium sheet beam distribution. This procedure effectively circumvents pathologies which can prevent use of standard numerical integration techniques when space-charge intensity is high. The procedure employs transformations and is straightforward to implement with standard numerical methods and produces accurate solutions which can be applied to thermal equilibria with arbitrarily strong space-charge intensity up to the applied focusing limit.

  3. NUMERICAL SOLUTION FOR THE POTENTIAL AND DENSITY PROFILE OF A THERMAL EQUILIBRIUM SHEET BEAM

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    Bazouin, Steven M. Lund, Guillaume; Bazouin, Guillaume

    2011-04-01

    In a recent paper, S. M. Lund, A. Friedman, and G. Bazouin, Sheet beam model for intense space-charge: with application to Debye screening and the distribution of particle oscillation frequencies in a thermal equilibrium beam, in press, Phys. Rev. Special Topics - Accel. and Beams (2011), a 1D sheet beam model was extensively analyzed. In this complementary paper, we present details of a numerical procedure developed to construct the self-consistent electrostatic potential and density profile of a thermal equilibrium sheet beam distribution. This procedure effectively circumvents pathologies which can prevent use of standard numerical integration techniques when space-charge intensity is high. The procedure employs transformations and is straightforward to implement with standard numerical methods and produces accurate solutions which can be applied to thermal equilibria with arbitrarily strong space-charge intensity up to the applied focusing limit.

  4. The numerical solution of differential-algebraic systems by Runge-Kutta methods

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    Hairer, Ernst; Lubich, Christian

    1989-01-01

    The term differential-algebraic equation was coined to comprise differential equations with constraints (differential equations on manifolds) and singular implicit differential equations. Such problems arise in a variety of applications, e.g. constrained mechanical systems, fluid dynamics, chemical reaction kinetics, simulation of electrical networks, and control engineering. From a more theoretical viewpoint, the study of differential-algebraic problems gives insight into the behaviour of numerical methods for stiff ordinary differential equations. These lecture notes provide a self-contained and comprehensive treatment of the numerical solution of differential-algebraic systems using Runge-Kutta methods, and also extrapolation methods. Readers are expected to have a background in the numerical treatment of ordinary differential equations. The subject is treated in its various aspects ranging from the theory through the analysis to implementation and applications.

  5. A numerical scheme using multi-shockpeakons to compute solutions of the Degasperis-Procesi equation

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    Hakon A. Hoel

    2007-07-01

    Full Text Available We consider a numerical scheme for entropy weak solutions of the DP (Degasperis-Procesi equation $u_t - u_{xxt} + 4uu_x = 3u_{x}u_{xx}+ uu_{xxx}$. Multi-shockpeakons, functions of the form $$ u(x,t =sum_{i=1}^n(m_i(t -hbox{sign}(x-x_i(ts_i(te^{-|x-x_i(t|}, $$ are solutions of the DP equation with a special property; their evolution in time is described by a dynamical system of ODEs. This property makes multi-shockpeakons relatively easy to simulate numerically. We prove that if we are given a non-negative initial function $u_0 in L^1(mathbb{R}cap BV(mathbb{R}$ such that $u_{0} - u_{0,x}$ is a positive Radon measure, then one can construct a sequence of multi-shockpeakons which converges to the unique entropy weak solution in $mathbb{R}imes[0,T$ for any $T>0$. From this convergence result, we construct a multi-shockpeakon based numerical scheme for solving the DP equation.

  6. Quantum cosmological solutions: their dependence on the choice of gauge conditions and physical interpretation

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    Shestakova, T P

    2008-01-01

    In "extended phase space" approach to quantum geometrodynamics numerical solutions to Schrodinger equation corresponding to various choice of gauge conditions are obtained for the simplest isotropic model. The "extended phase space" approach belongs to those appeared in the last decade in which, as a result of fixing a reference frame, the Wheeler - DeWitt static picture of the world is replaced by evolutionary quantum geometrodynamics. Some aspects of this approach were discussed at two previous PIRT meetings. We are interested in the part of the wave function depending on physical degrees of freedom. Three gauge conditions having a clear physical meaning are considered. They are the conformal time gauge, the gauge producing the appearance of Lambda-term in the Einstein equations, and the one covering the two previous cases as asymptotic limits. The interpretation and discussion of the obtained solutions is given.

  7. A NOVEL INTERPRETATION OF CONCENTRATION DEPENDENCE OF VISCOSITY OF DILUTE POLYMER SOLUTION

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    Yan Pan; Rong-shi Cheng

    2000-01-01

    The concentration dependence of the reduced viscosity of dilute polymer solution is interpreted in the light of a new concept of the self-association of polymer chains in dilute solution. The apparent self-association constant is defined as the molar association constant divided by the molar mass of individual polymer chain and is numerically interconvertible with the Huggins coefficient. The molar association constant is directly proportional to the effective hydrodynamic volume of the polymer chain in solution and is irrespective of the chain architecture. The effective hydrodynamic volume accounts for the non-spherical conformation of a short polymer chain in solution and is a product of a shape factor and hydrodynamic volume. The observed enhancement of Huggins coefficient for short chain and branched polymer is satisfactorily interpreted by the concept of self-association. The concept of self-association allows us to predict the existence of a boundary concentration Cs (dynamic contact concentration) which divides the dilute polymer solution into two regions.

  8. Impact of the aspects of forward model solution schemes in the inverse solution of density dependent flow problem

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    Nassar, M.; Ginn, T.

    2012-12-01

    The purpose of this study is to investigate the effect of the computational error on the solution of the inverse problem connecting with density-dependent flow problem. This effect will be addressed by evaluating the uniqueness of the inverse via monitoring objective function surface behavior in two dimensions parameter space, hydraulic conductivity and longitudinal dispersivity. In addition, the Pareto surface will be generated to evaluate the trade-offs between two calibration objectives based on head and concentration measurement errors. This is conducted by changing the aspects of forward model solution scheme, Eulerian and Lagrangian methods with associated variables. The data used for this study is based on the lab study of Nassar et al (2008). The seepage tank is essentially 2D (in an x-z vertical plane) with relatively homogenous coarse sand media with assigned flux in the upstream and constant head or assigned flux boundary condition at the downstream. The forward model solution is conducted with SEAWAT and it is utilized jointly with the inverse code UCODE-2005. This study demonstrates that the choice of the different numerical scheme with associated aspects of the forward problem is a vital step in the solution of the inverse problem in indirect manner. The method of characteristics gives good results by increasing the initial particles numbers and/ or reducing the time step. The advantage of using more particles concept over decreasing the time step is in smoothing the objective function surface that enable the gradient based search technique works in efficient way. Also, the selected points on the Pareto surface is collapsed to two points on the objective function space. Most likely they are not collapsed to a single point in objective function space with one best parameter set because the problem is advection dominating problem.

  9. Analytical Solution of Heat Conduction for Hollow Cylinders with Time-Dependent Boundary Condition and Time-Dependent Heat Transfer Coefficient

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    Te-Wen Tu

    2015-01-01

    Full Text Available An analytical solution for the heat transfer in hollow cylinders with time-dependent boundary condition and time-dependent heat transfer coefficient at different surfaces is developed for the first time. The methodology is an extension of the shifting function method. By dividing the Biot function into a constant plus a function and introducing two specially chosen shifting functions, the system is transformed into a partial differential equation with homogenous boundary conditions only. The transformed system is thus solved by series expansion theorem. Limiting cases of the solution are studied and numerical results are compared with those in the literature. The convergence rate of the present solution is fast and the analytical solution is simple and accurate. Also, the influence of physical parameters on the temperature distribution of a hollow cylinder along the radial direction is investigated.

  10. A time-dependent numerical model of the mild-slope equation

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    SONG Zhiyao; ZHANG Honggui; KONG Jun; LI Ruijie; ZHANG Wei

    2007-01-01

    On the basis of the previous studies, the simplest hyperbolic mild-slope equation has been gained and the linear time - dependent numerical model for the water wave propagation has been established combined with different boundary conditions. Through computing the effective surface displacement and transforming into the real transient wave motion, related wave factors will be calculated. Compared with Lin's model, analysis shows that calculation stability of the present model is enhanced efficiently, because the truncation errors of this model are only contributed by the dissipation terms, but those of Lin's model are induced by the convection terms, dissipation terms and source terms. The tests show that the present model succeeds the merit in Lin' s model and the computational program is simpler, the computational time is shorter, and the computational stability is enhanced efficiently. The present model has the capability of simulating transient wave motion by correctly predicting at the speed of wave propagation, which is important for the real - time forecast of the arrival time of surface waves generated in the deep sea. The model is validated against analytical solution for wave diffraction and experimental data for combined wave refraction and diffraction over a submerged elliptic shoal on a slope. Good agreements are obtained. The model can be applied to the theory research an d engineering applications about the wave propagation in a biggish area.

  11. A One Dimensional, Time Dependent Inlet/Engine Numerical Simulation for Aircraft Propulsion Systems

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    Garrard, Doug; Davis, Milt, Jr.; Cole, Gary

    1999-01-01

    The NASA Lewis Research Center (LeRC) and the Arnold Engineering Development Center (AEDC) have developed a closely coupled computer simulation system that provides a one dimensional, high frequency inlet/engine numerical simulation for aircraft propulsion systems. The simulation system, operating under the LeRC-developed Application Portable Parallel Library (APPL), closely coupled a supersonic inlet with a gas turbine engine. The supersonic inlet was modeled using the Large Perturbation Inlet (LAPIN) computer code, and the gas turbine engine was modeled using the Aerodynamic Turbine Engine Code (ATEC). Both LAPIN and ATEC provide a one dimensional, compressible, time dependent flow solution by solving the one dimensional Euler equations for the conservation of mass, momentum, and energy. Source terms are used to model features such as bleed flows, turbomachinery component characteristics, and inlet subsonic spillage while unstarted. High frequency events, such as compressor surge and inlet unstart, can be simulated with a high degree of fidelity. The simulation system was exercised using a supersonic inlet with sixty percent of the supersonic area contraction occurring internally, and a GE J85-13 turbojet engine.

  12. One-dimensional coupled Burgers’ equation and its numerical solution by an implicit logarithmic finite-difference method

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    Vineet K. Srivastava

    2014-03-01

    Full Text Available In this paper, an implicit logarithmic finite difference method (I-LFDM is implemented for the numerical solution of one dimensional coupled nonlinear Burgers’ equation. The numerical scheme provides a system of nonlinear difference equations which we linearise using Newton's method. The obtained linear system via Newton's method is solved by Gauss elimination with partial pivoting algorithm. To illustrate the accuracy and reliability of the scheme, three numerical examples are described. The obtained numerical solutions are compared well with the exact solutions and those already available.

  13. The numerical solution of the boundary inverse problem for a parabolic equation

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    Vasil'ev, V. V.; Vasilyeva, M. V.; Kardashevsky, A. M.

    2016-10-01

    Boundary inverse problems occupy an important place among the inverse problems of mathematical physics. They are connected with the problems of diagnosis, when additional measurements on one of the borders or inside the computational domain are necessary to restore the boundary regime in the other border, inaccessible to direct measurements. The boundary inverse problems belong to a class of conditionally correct problems, and therefore, their numerical solution requires the development of special computational algorithms. The paper deals with the solution of the boundary inverse problem for one-dimensional second-order parabolic equations, consisting in the restoration of boundary regime according to measurements inside the computational domain. For the numerical solution of the inverse problem it is proposed to use an analogue of a computational algorithm, proposed and developed to meet the challenges of identification of the right side of the parabolic equations in the works P.N.Vabishchevich and his students based on a special decomposition of solving the problem at each temporal layer. We present and discuss the results of a computational experiment conducted on model problems with quasi-solutions, including with random errors in the input data.

  14. DESIGNING DEPENDABLE AGILE LAYERED WEB SERVICES SECURITY ARCHITECTURE SOLUTIONS

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    M.UPENDRA KUMAR

    2011-06-01

    Full Text Available Service Orientation Engineering (SOE (using Web Services and Agile modeling software development presents promising solutions for contemporary software development projects to deal effectively withchallenges in increasingly turbulent business environments typified by unpredictable markets, changing customer requirements, pressures of even shorter time to deliver, and rapidly advancing informationtechnologies. Web Services Security Architectures have three layers, as provided by NIST standard: Web Service Layer, Web Services Framework Layer (.NET or J2EE, and Web Server Layer. In services oriented web services architecture, business processes are executed as a composition of services, which can suffer from vulnerabilities pertaining to secure data access and protecting code of Web Services. The goal of the Web services security architecture is to summary out the details of message-level security from the mainstream business logic, with a focus on Web Service contract design and versioning for SOA. Service oriented web services architectures impose additional analysis complexity as they provide much flexibility and frequentchanges with in orchestrated processes and services. In this paper, we discuss about developing dependable solutions for Web Services Security Architectures using Agile Layered security architectures in terms of Privacy requirements. All this research is motivated by Secure Service Oriented Analysis and Design research domain. We initially validate this by a BPEL Editor using GWT for RBAC and Privacy. Finally a real world case study is implemented using J2EE, for validating our approach. Secure Stock Exchange System using Web Services is to automate the stock exchange works, and can help user make the decisions when it comes to investment.

  15. Numerical simulation of solidification in a horizontal cylindrical annulus charged with an aqueous salt solution

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    Neilson, D. G.; Incropera, F. D.; Bennon, W. D.

    1990-01-01

    A computational study of solidification of a binary Na2CO3 solution in a horizontal cylindrical annulus is performed using a continuum formulation with a control-volume based, finite-difference scheme. The initial conditions were selected to facilitate the study of counter thermal and solutal convection, accompanied by extensive mushy region growth. Numerical results are compared with experimental data with mixed success. Qualitative agreement is obtained for the overall solidification process and associated physical phenomena. However, the plume thickness calculated for the solutally-driven convective upflow is substantially smaller than the observed value. Evolution of double-diffusive layers is predicted, but over a time scale much smaller than that observed experimentally. Good agreement is obtained between predicted and measured results for solid growth, but the mushy region thickness is significantly overpredicted.

  16. Finite analytic numerical solution of heat transfer and flow past a square channel cavity

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    Chen, C.-J.; Obasih, K.

    1982-01-01

    A numerical solution of flow and heat transfer characteristics is obtained by the finite analytic method for a two dimensional laminar channel flow over a two-dimensional square cavity. The finite analytic method utilizes the local analytic solution in a small element of the problem region to form the algebraic equation relating an interior nodal value with its surrounding nodal values. Stable and rapidly converged solutions were obtained for Reynolds numbers ranging to 1000 and Prandtl number to 10. Streamfunction, vorticity and temperature profiles are solved. Local and mean Nusselt number are given. It is found that the separation streamlines between the cavity and channel flow are concave into the cavity at low Reynolds number and convex at high Reynolds number (Re greater than 100) and for square cavity the mean Nusselt number may be approximately correlated with Peclet number as Nu(m) = 0.365 Pe exp 0.2.

  17. Cavitation of spherical bubbles: closed-form, parametric, and numerical solutions

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    Mancas, S C

    2015-01-01

    We present an analysis of the Rayleigh-Plesset equation for a three dimensional vacuous bubble in water. When the effects of surface tension are neglected we find the radius and time of the evolution of the bubble as parametric closed-form solutions in terms of hypergeometric functions. A simple novel particular solution is obtained by integration of Rayleigh-Plesset equation and we also find the collapsing time of the bubble. By including capillarity we show the connection between the Rayleigh-Plesset equation and Abel's equation, and we present parametric rational Weierstrass periodic solutions for nonzero surface tension. In the same Abel approach, we also provide a discussion of the nonintegrable case of nonzero viscosity for which we perform a numerical integration

  18. Numerical solution of systems of simultaneous polynomial equations. Technical report SOL 83-10

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    Rosenberg, A.N.

    1983-07-01

    A program for finding all real and complex solutions to a system of simultaneous polynomial equations is developed and tested. The program uses a homotopy method to follow paths from solutions of an easy system of equations to solutions of the system of equations being solved. A continuous path-following method takes advantage of the differential information available and does not require the structure of a subdivision to be superimposed on the structure of the problem, as would be the case with a piecewise-linear method. The numerical methods used in the program are chosen empirically. The way an algorithm misbehaves tells about the problem being solved and suggests computational techniques. Problems synthesized by random number generators and problems from other sources are solved by the program. It finds all but a few roots for most systems the size of three quartics in three unknowns or five quadratics in five unknowns. Isolated roots are accurate to machine precision.

  19. Solved problems in classical mechanics analytical and numerical solutions with comments

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    de Lange, O L

    2010-01-01

    Apart from an introductory chapter giving a brief summary of Newtonian and Lagrangian mechanics, this book consists entirely of questions and solutions on topics in classical mechanics that will be encountered in undergraduate and graduate courses. These include one-, two-, and three- dimensional motion; linear and nonlinear oscillations; energy, potentials, momentum, and angular momentum; spherically symmetric potentials; multi-particle systems; rigid bodies; translation androtation of the reference frame; the relativity principle and some of its consequences. The solutions are followed by a set of comments intended to stimulate inductive reasoning and provide additional information of interest. Both analytical and numerical (computer) techniques are used to obtain andanalyze solutions. The computer calculations use Mathematica (version 7), and the relevant code is given in the text. It includes use of the interactive Manipulate function which enables one to observe simulated motion on a computer screen, and...

  20. Numerical modelling of softwood time-dependent behaviour based on microstructure

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    Engelund, Emil Tang

    2010-01-01

    by the basic physical mechanism behind the time-dependent behaviour. The mechanism causing time-dependency is thought to be sliding of the microfibrils past each other as a result breaking and re-bonding of hydrogen bonds. This can be incorporated in a numerical model by only allowing time-dependency in shear...... be predicted with the described method of modelling. This is seen by simulating experimental results for both single fibres and tissues in creep and relaxation experiments....

  1. Numerical study of the small dispersion limit of the Korteweg-de Vries equation and asymptotic solutions

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    Grava, T

    2012-01-01

    We study numerically the small dispersion limit for the Korteweg-de Vries (KdV) equation $u_t+6uu_x+\\epsilon^{2}u_{xxx}=0$ for $\\epsilon\\ll1$ and give a quantitative comparison of the numerical solution with various asymptotic formulae for small $\\epsilon$ in the whole $(x,t)$-plane. The matching of the asymptotic solutions is studied numerically.

  2. The Two-Parameter Brane Sigma-Model: M*, M' solutions and M-theory solutions dependent on exotic coordinates

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    Cook, Paul P

    2016-01-01

    We investigate two-parameter solutions of sigma-models on two dimensional symmetric spaces contained in E11. Embedding such sigma-model solutions in space-time gives solutions of M* and M'-theory where the metric depends on general travelling wave functions, as opposed to harmonic functions typical in general relativity, supergravity and M-theory. Weyl reflection allows such solutions to be mapped to M-theory solutions where the wave functions depend explicitly on extra coordinates contained in the fundamental representation of E11.

  3. Numerical solution of transport equation for applications in environmental hydraulics and hydrology

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    Rashidul Islam, M.; Hanif Chaudhry, M.

    1997-04-01

    The advective term in the one-dimensional transport equation, when numerically discretized, produces artificial diffusion. To minimize such artificial diffusion, which vanishes only for Courant number equal to unity, transport owing to advection has been modeled separately. The numerical solution of the advection equation for a Gaussian initial distribution is well established; however, large oscillations are observed when applied to an initial distribution with sleep gradients, such as trapezoidal distribution of a constituent or propagation of mass from a continuous input. In this study, the application of seven finite-difference schemes and one polynomial interpolation scheme is investigated to solve the transport equation for both Gaussian and non-Gaussian (trapezoidal) initial distributions. The results obtained from the numerical schemes are compared with the exact solutions. A constant advective velocity is assumed throughout the transport process. For a Gaussian distribution initial condition, all eight schemes give excellent results, except the Lax scheme which is diffusive. In application to the trapezoidal initial distribution, explicit finite-difference schemes prove to be superior to implicit finite-difference schemes because the latter produce large numerical oscillations near the steep gradients. The Warming-Kutler-Lomax (WKL) explicit scheme is found to be better among this group. The Hermite polynomial interpolation scheme yields the best result for a trapezoidal distribution among all eight schemes investigated. The second-order accurate schemes are sufficiently accurate for most practical problems, but the solution of unusual problems (concentration with steep gradient) requires the application of higher-order (e.g. third- and fourth-order) accurate schemes.

  4. One-dimensional spatially dependent solute transport in semi ...

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    Development of an analytical solutions for groundwater pollution problems are major ... parameters for description of solute transport in porous media. ..... in Department of Mathematics & Astronomy, Lucknow University, Lucknow, India.

  5. A Numerical Solution for One-dimensional Parabolic Equation Using Pseudo-spectral Integration Matrix and FDM

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    Saeid Gholami

    2014-01-01

    Full Text Available This study presents a numerical method for the solution of one type of PDEs equation. In this study, apply the pseudo-spectral successive integration method to approximate the solution of the one-dimensional parabolic equation. This method is based on El-Gendi pseudo-spectral method. Also the Finite Difference Method (FDM is used as a minor method. The present numerical results are in satisfactory agreement with exact solution.

  6. Numerical solutions of the semiclassical Boltzmann ellipsoidal-statistical kinetic model equation

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    Yang, Jaw-Yen; Yan, Chin-Yuan; Huang, Juan-Chen; Li, Zhihui

    2014-01-01

    Computations of rarefied gas dynamical flows governed by the semiclassical Boltzmann ellipsoidal-statistical (ES) kinetic model equation using an accurate numerical method are presented. The semiclassical ES model was derived through the maximum entropy principle and conserves not only the mass, momentum and energy, but also contains additional higher order moments that differ from the standard quantum distributions. A different decoding procedure to obtain the necessary parameters for determining the ES distribution is also devised. The numerical method in phase space combines the discrete-ordinate method in momentum space and the high-resolution shock capturing method in physical space. Numerical solutions of two-dimensional Riemann problems for two configurations covering various degrees of rarefaction are presented and various contours of the quantities unique to this new model are illustrated. When the relaxation time becomes very small, the main flow features a display similar to that of ideal quantum gas dynamics, and the present solutions are found to be consistent with existing calculations for classical gas. The effect of a parameter that permits an adjustable Prandtl number in the flow is also studied. PMID:25104904

  7. Variable time-stepping in the pathwise numerical solution of the chemical Langevin equation.

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    Ilie, Silvana

    2012-12-21

    Stochastic modeling is essential for an accurate description of the biochemical network dynamics at the level of a single cell. Biochemically reacting systems often evolve on multiple time-scales, thus their stochastic mathematical models manifest stiffness. Stochastic models which, in addition, are stiff and computationally very challenging, therefore the need for developing effective and accurate numerical methods for approximating their solution. An important stochastic model of well-stirred biochemical systems is the chemical Langevin Equation. The chemical Langevin equation is a system of stochastic differential equation with multidimensional non-commutative noise. This model is valid in the regime of large molecular populations, far from the thermodynamic limit. In this paper, we propose a variable time-stepping strategy for the numerical solution of a general chemical Langevin equation, which applies for any level of randomness in the system. Our variable stepsize method allows arbitrary values of the time-step. Numerical results on several models arising in applications show significant improvement in accuracy and efficiency of the proposed adaptive scheme over the existing methods, the strategies based on halving/doubling of the stepsize and the fixed step-size ones.

  8. Advances in numerical methods for the solution of population balance equations for disperse phase systems

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    2009-01-01

    Accurate prediction of the evolution of particle size distribution is critical to determining the dynamic flow structure of a disperse phase system.A population balance equation(PBE),a non-linear hyperbolic equation of the number density function,is usually employed to describe the micro-behavior(aggregation,breakage,growth,etc.) of a disperse phase and its effect on particle size distribution.Numerical solution is the only choice in most cases.In this paper,three different numerical methods(direct discretization methods,Monte Carlo methods,and moment methods) for the solution of a PBE are evaluated with regard to their ease of implementation,computational load and numerical accuracy.Special attention is paid to the relatively new and superior moment methods including quadrature method of moments(QMOM),direct quadrature method of moments(DQMOM),modified quadrature method of moments(M-QMOM),adaptive direct quadrature method of moments(ADQMOM),fixed pivot quadrature method of moments(FPQMOM),moving particle ensemble method(MPEM) and local fixed pivot quadrature method of moments(LFPQMOM).The prospects of these methods are discussed in the final section,based on their individual merits and current state of development of the field.

  9. Advances in numerical methods for the solution of population balance equations for disperse phase systems

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    SU JunWei; GU ZhaoLin; XU X.Yun

    2009-01-01

    Accurate prediction of the evolution of particle size distribution is critical to determining the dynamic flow structure of a disperse phase system.A population balance equation(PBE),a non-linear hyperbolic equation of the number density function,is usually employed to describe the micro-behavior(aggregation,breakage,growth,etc.)of a disperse phase and its effect on particle size distribution.Numerical solution is the only choice in most cases.In this paper,three different numerical methods(direct discretization methods,Monte Carlo methods,and moment methods)for the solution of a PBE are evaluated with regard to their ease of implementation,computational load and numerical accuracy.Special attention is paid to the relatively new and superior moment methods including quadrature method of moments(QMOM),direct quadrature method of moments(DQMOM),modified quadrature method of moments(M-QMOM),adaptive direct quadrature method of moments(ADOMOM),fixed pivot quadrature method of moments(FPQMOM),moving particle ensemble method(MPEM)and local fixed pivot quadrature method of moments(LFPQMOM).The prospects of these methods ere discussed in the final section,based on their individual merits and current state of development of the field.

  10. REGULARIZATION METHODS FOR THE NUMERICAL SOLUTION OF THE DIVERGENCE EQUATION ▽·u =f

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    Alexandre Caboussat; Roland Glowinski

    2012-01-01

    The problem of finding a L∞-bounded two-dimensional vector field whose divergence is given in L2 is discussed from the numerical viewpoint.A systematic way to find such a vector field is to introduce a non-smooth variational problem involving a L∞-norm.To solve this problem from calculus of variations,we use a method relying on a wellchosen augmented Lagrangian functional and on a mixed finite element approximation.An Uzawa algorithm allows to decouple the differential operators from the nonlinearities introduced by the L∞-norm,and leads to the solution of a sequence of Stokes-like systems and of an infinite family of local nonlinear problems.A simpler method,based on a L2-regularization is also considered. Numerical experiments are performed,making use of appropriate numerical integration techniques when non-smooth data are considered; they allow to compare the merits of the two approaches discussed in this article and to show the ability of the related methods at capturing L∞-bounded solutions.

  11. A meshless method using radial basis functions for numerical solution of the two-dimensional KdV-Burgers equation

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    Zabihi, F.; Saffarian, M.

    2016-07-01

    The aim of this article is to obtain the numerical solution of the two-dimensional KdV-Burgers equation. We construct the solution by using a different approach, that is based on using collocation points. The solution is based on using the thin plate splines radial basis function, which builds an approximated solution with discretizing the time and the space to small steps. We use a predictor-corrector scheme to avoid solving the nonlinear system. The results of numerical experiments are compared with analytical solutions to confirm the accuracy and efficiency of the presented scheme.

  12. Efficient numerical methods for the large-scale, parallel solution of elastoplastic contact problems

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    Frohne, Jörg

    2015-08-06

    © 2016 John Wiley & Sons, Ltd. Quasi-static elastoplastic contact problems are ubiquitous in many industrial processes and other contexts, and their numerical simulation is consequently of great interest in accurately describing and optimizing production processes. The key component in these simulations is the solution of a single load step of a time iteration. From a mathematical perspective, the problems to be solved in each time step are characterized by the difficulties of variational inequalities for both the plastic behavior and the contact problem. Computationally, they also often lead to very large problems. In this paper, we present and evaluate a complete set of methods that are (1) designed to work well together and (2) allow for the efficient solution of such problems. In particular, we use adaptive finite element meshes with linear and quadratic elements, a Newton linearization of the plasticity, active set methods for the contact problem, and multigrid-preconditioned linear solvers. Through a sequence of numerical experiments, we show the performance of these methods. This includes highly accurate solutions of a three-dimensional benchmark problem and scaling our methods in parallel to 1024 cores and more than a billion unknowns.

  13. Comparison between numerical simulation and experimental measurement of solute segregation during directional solidification

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    Stelian, Carmen; Duffar, Thierry; Nicoara, Irina

    2003-07-01

    The effect of Bridgman furnace configuration on the temperature field, melt convection and the solute distribution in the resulting crystal are experimentally and numerically analyzed for the semiconductor diluted alloy solidification. The governing equations of the heat and mass transfer are solved by using the finite element method with help of the commercial software FIDAP ®. Two different solidification experiments of Ga 1- xIn xSb ( x=0.01 and 0.04) are simulated in order to compare the numerical results for thermal, velocity and solute fields. The central objective of the work is to give the conditions for which a more uniform distribution of the solute in the crystal can be obtained. It is found that crystals obtained in conditions of a strong convective regime in the vicinity of the solid-liquid interface are more homogeneous radially and on a significant length than the crystals for which solidification occurred in a quasi-diffusive regime. The results, in terms of axial and radial segregation, are compared to experimental chemical analysis.

  14. A quasi-geostrophic wavelet-spectrum model for barotropic atmosphere and its numerical solution

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    DAI Xingang; WANG Ping; CHOU Jifan

    2004-01-01

    A quasi-geostrophic wavelet-spectrum model of barotropic atmosphere has been constructed by wavelet-Galerkin method with the periodic orthogonal wavelet bases. In this study a wavelet grid-spectrum transform method is designed to decrease the tremendous computation of the nonlinear interaction term in the model, and a two-dimensional Helmholtz equation from the model in a wavelet spectrum form is derived, and a solution with high precision under the periodic boundary condition is obtained. The numerical investigation manifests that the wavelet-spectrum model (WSM) could keep on running for a long time under the forcing of heating and topography. Although its numerical solution is compatible with the grid model (GM), the WSM is of a higher precision and faster convergence rate than GM's. A stationary solution comes forth when the model is forced only by the surface heating, whereas a quasi-periodic oscillation with a period about 15 days appears as considering the topography in the model. The latter oscillation, to some extent, is very similar to the Rossby index cycle of atmosphere over middle and high latitudes.

  15. The numerical solution of thawing process in phase change slab using variable space grid technique

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    Serttikul, C.

    2007-09-01

    Full Text Available This paper focuses on the numerical analysis of melting process in phase change material which considers the moving boundary as the main parameter. In this study, pure ice slab and saturated porous packed bed are considered as the phase change material. The formulation of partial differential equations is performed consisting heat conduction equations in each phase and moving boundary equation (Stefan equation. The variable space grid method is then applied to these equations. The transient heat conduction equations and the Stefan condition are solved by using the finite difference method. A one-dimensional melting model is then validated against the available analytical solution. The effect of constant temperature heat source on melting rate and location of melting front at various times is studied in detail.It is found that the nonlinearity of melting rate occurs for a short time. The successful comparison with numerical solution and analytical solution should give confidence in the proposed mathematical treatment, and encourage the acceptance of this method as useful tool for exploring practical problems such as forming materials process, ice melting process, food preservation process and tissue preservation process.

  16. Analysis and numerical solution of a transport equation for pulse reflection in a randomly layered medium

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    Asch, M.

    1990-01-01

    The author studies analytically and numerically a transport equation arising from acoustic wave propagation due to a point source in a randomly layered half space. Random material properties whose fluctuations are not restricted in magnitude, but are on a specific length scale are included in the acoustic equations. Analysis of the resulting stochastic differential equations by asymptotic methods lead to the derivation of a transport equation which describes the moments of the reflected pressure field. This equation is an infinite system of linear hyperbolic partial differential equations. A probabilistic interpretation of the transport equation by random walks leads to an existence and uniqueness proof. This interpretation is also the basis of numerical simulations by a Monte Carlo method for a plane wave problem. This is not an efficient numerical method, but provides insight into the mechanism of multiple scattering in the limit studied here. Finite difference methods must be used in the point source case. Due to the singular nature of the initial conditions he prefers to desingularize the system by substituting a progressing wave expansion. This desingularization is a prerequisite for solving an inverse problem. The regularized equations are then integrated and discretized using simple numerical methods. The resulting problem is extremely large (four dimensions plus time) and sophisticated vectorization and parallelization techniques must be applied in order to solve it efficiently. The results obtained are in good agreement with known explicit solutions for statistically homogeneous media.

  17. NUMERICAL SOLUTIONS OF PARABOLIC PROBLEMS ON UNBOUNDED 3-D SPATIAL DOMAIN

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    Hou-de Han; Dong-sheng Yin

    2005-01-01

    In this paper, the numerical solutions of heat equation on 3-D unbounded spatial domain are considered. An artificial boundary Γ is introduced to finite the computational domain. On the artificial boundary Γ, the exact boundary condition and a series of approximating boundary conditions are derived, which are called artificial boundary conditions.By the exact or approximating boundary condition on the artificial boundary, the original problem is reduced to an initial-boundary value problem on the bounded computational domain, which is equivalent or approximating to the original problem. The finite difference method and finite element method are used to solve the reduced problems on the finite computational domain. The numerical results demonstrate that the method given in this paper is effective and feasible.

  18. Numerical solution of forward and inverse Sturm Liouville problems with an angular momentum singularity

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    Aceto, Lidia; Ghelardoni, Paolo; Marletta, Marco

    2008-02-01

    This paper considers analytical and numerical-analytical issues encountered in the solution of an inverse Sturm-Liouville problem with a Bessel-type singularity. The main results are as follows: (i) there is a wide class of numerical methods for eigenvalue calculation which are not adversely affected by this type of singularity; (ii) a simple least-squares technique proposed by Röhrl in the regular case can actually be implemented in an even simpler way, and still work just as effectively; (iii) in some cases, a 'unique local minimizer' result of the type obtained by Röhrl is still available; (iv) finite spectral data and noise remain the most serious obstacles to accurate reconstruction.

  19. Numerical solution of non-isothermal non-adiabatic flow of real gases in pipelines

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    Bermúdez, Alfredo; López, Xián; Vázquez-Cendón, M. Elena

    2016-10-01

    A finite volume scheme for the numerical solution of a mathematical model for non-isothermal non-adiabatic compressible flow of a real gas in a pipeline is introduced. In order to make an upwind discretization of the flux, the Q-scheme of van Leer is used. Unlike standard Euler equations, the model takes into account wall friction, variable height and heat transfer between the pipe and the environment. Since all these terms are sources, in order to get a well-balanced scheme they are discretized by making a similar upwinding to the one in the flux term. The performance of the overall method has been shown for some usual numerical tests. The final goal, which is beyond the scope of this paper, is to consider a network including several pipelines connected at junctions, as those employed for natural gas transport.

  20. Numerical Solutions of Nonlinear Fractional Partial Differential Equations Arising in Spatial Diffusion of Biological Populations

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    Jagdev Singh

    2014-01-01

    Full Text Available The main aim of this work is to present a user friendly numerical algorithm based on homotopy perturbation Sumudu transform method for nonlinear fractional partial differential arising in spatial diffusion of biological populations in animals. The movements are made generally either by mature animals driven out by invaders or by young animals just reaching maturity moving out of their parental territory to establish breeding territory of their own. The homotopy perturbation Sumudu transform method is a combined form of the Sumudu transform method and homotopy perturbation method. The obtained results are compared with Sumudu decomposition method. The numerical solutions obtained by the proposed method indicate that the approach is easy to implement and accurate. These results reveal that the proposed method is computationally very attractive.

  1. Numerical Solution of Duffing Equation by Using an Improved Taylor Matrix Method

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    Berna Bülbül

    2013-01-01

    Full Text Available We have suggested a numerical approach, which is based on an improved Taylor matrix method, for solving Duffing differential equations. The method is based on the approximation by the truncated Taylor series about center zero. Duffing equation and conditions are transformed into the matrix equations, which corresponds to a system of nonlinear algebraic equations with the unknown coefficients, via collocation points. Combining these matrix equations and then solving the system yield the unknown coefficients of the solution function. Numerical examples are included to demonstrate the validity and the applicability of the technique. The results show the efficiency and the accuracy of the present work. Also, the method can be easily applied to engineering and science problems.

  2. Two-Potential Formalism for Numerical Solution of the Maxwell Equations

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    Kudryavtsev, Alexey N

    2012-01-01

    A new formulation of the Maxwell equations based on two vector and two scalar potentials is proposed. The use of these potentials allows the electromagnetic field equations to be written in the form of a hyperbolic system. In contrast to the original Maxwell equations, this system contains only evolutionary equations and does not include equations having the character of differential constraints. This fact makes the new equations especially convenient for numerical simulations of electromagnetic processes; in particular, they can be solved by modern powerful shock-capturing methods based on approximation of spatial derivatives by upwind differences. The electromagnetic field both in vacuum and in an inhomogeneous material medium is considered. Examples of modeling the propagation of electromagnetic waves by means of solving the formulated system of equations with the use of modern high-order schemes are given. Key words: computational electrodynamics, two-potential formalism, numerical solution of hyperbolic ...

  3. Numerical solution of the Rosenau-KdV-RLW equation by using RBFs collocation method

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    Korkmaz, Bahar; Dereli, Yilmaz

    2016-04-01

    In this study, a meshfree method based on the collocation with radial basis functions (RBFs) is proposed to solve numerically an initial-boundary value problem of Rosenau-KdV-regularized long-wave (RLW) equation. Numerical values of invariants of the motion are computed to examine the fundamental conservative properties of the equation. Computational experiments for the simulation of solitary waves examine the accuracy of the scheme in terms of error norms L2 and L∞. Linear stability analysis is investigated to determine whether the present method is stable or unstable. The scheme gives unconditionally stable, and second-order convergent. The obtained results are compared with analytical solution and some other earlier works in the literature. The presented results indicate the accuracy and efficiency of the method.

  4. Hodograph Method and Numerical Solution of the Two Hyperbolic Quasilinear Equations System. Part II. Zonal Electrophoresis Equations

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    Shiryaeva, E V

    2015-01-01

    The paper presents the solutions for the zonal electrophoresis equations are obtained by analytical and numerical methods. The method proposed by the authors is used. This method allows to reduce the Cauchy problem for two hyperbolic quasilinear PDE's to the Cauchy problem for ODE's. In some respect, this method is analogous to the method of characteristics for two hyperbolic equations. The method is effectively applicable in all cases when the explicit expression for the Riemann-Green function of some linear second order PDE, resulting from the use of the hodograph method for the original equations, is known. One of the method advantages is the possibility of constructing a multi-valued solutions. Compared with the previous authors paper, in which, in particular, the shallow water equations are studied, here we investigate the case when the Riemann-Green function can be represent as the sum of the terms each of them is a product of two multipliers depended on different variables. The numerical results for zo...

  5. Boundary Element Method Solution in the Time Domain For a Moving Time-Dependent Force

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    Nielsen, Søren R.K.; Kirkegaard, Poul Henning; Rasmussen, K. M.

    2001-01-01

    satisfy the radiation conditions exactly. In this paper a model based on the BEM is formulated for the solution of the mentioned problem. A numerical solution is obtained for the 2D plane strain case, and comparison is made with the results obtained from a corresponding FEM solution with an impedance...... absorbing boundary condition....

  6. Numerical solution of stiff systems of ordinary differential equations with applications to electronic circuits

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    Rosenbaum, J. S.

    1971-01-01

    Systems of ordinary differential equations in which the magnitudes of the eigenvalues (or time constants) vary greatly are commonly called stiff. Such systems of equations arise in nuclear reactor kinetics, the flow of chemically reacting gas, dynamics, control theory, circuit analysis and other fields. The research reported develops an A-stable numerical integration technique for solving stiff systems of ordinary differential equations. The method, which is called the generalized trapezoidal rule, is a modification of the trapezoidal rule. However, the method is computationally more efficient than the trapezoidal rule when the solution of the almost-discontinuous segments is being calculated.

  7. Numerical Solution of Hydrodynamics Lubrications with Non-Newtonian Fluid Flow

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    Osman, Kahar; Sheriff, Jamaluddin Md; Bahak, Mohd. Zubil; Bahari, Adli; Asral

    2010-06-01

    This paper focuses on solution of numerical model for fluid film lubrication problem related to hydrodynamics with non-Newtonian fluid. A programming code is developed to investigate the effect of bearing design parameter such as pressure. A physical problem is modeled by a contact point of sphere on a disc with certain assumption. A finite difference method with staggered grid is used to improve the accuracy. The results show that the fluid characteristics as defined by power law fluid have led to a difference in the fluid pressure profile. Therefore a lubricant with special viscosity can reduced the pressure near the contact area of bearing.

  8. Numerical solution of optimal control problems using multiple-interval integral Gegenbauer pseudospectral methods

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    Tang, Xiaojun

    2016-04-01

    The main purpose of this work is to provide multiple-interval integral Gegenbauer pseudospectral methods for solving optimal control problems. The latest developed single-interval integral Gauss/(flipped Radau) pseudospectral methods can be viewed as special cases of the proposed methods. We present an exact and efficient approach to compute the mesh pseudospectral integration matrices for the Gegenbauer-Gauss and flipped Gegenbauer-Gauss-Radau points. Numerical results on benchmark optimal control problems confirm the ability of the proposed methods to obtain highly accurate solutions.

  9. Numerical solution of continuous-time mean-variance portfolio selection with nonlinear constraints

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    Yan, Wei; Li, Shurong

    2010-03-01

    An investment problem is considered with dynamic mean-variance (M-V) portfolio criterion under discontinuous prices described by jump-diffusion processes. Some investment strategies are restricted in the study. This M-V portfolio with restrictions can lead to a stochastic optimal control model. The corresponding stochastic Hamilton-Jacobi-Bellman equation of the problem with linear and nonlinear constraints is derived. Numerical algorithms are presented for finding the optimal solution in this article. Finally, a computational experiment is to illustrate the proposed methods by comparing with M-V portfolio problem which does not have any constraints.

  10. Numeric Solutions of Dirac-Gursey Spinor Field Equation Under External Gaussian White Noise

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    Aydogmus, Fatma

    2016-06-01

    In this paper, we consider the Dirac-Gursey spinor field equation that has particle-like solutions derived classical field equations so-called instantons, formed by using Heisenberg ansatz, under the effect of an additional Gaussian white noise term. Our purpose is to understand how the behavior of spinor-type excited instantons in four dimensions can be affected by noise. Thus, we simulate the phase portraits and Poincaré sections of the obtained system numerically both with and without noise. Recurrence plots are also given for more detailed information regarding the system.

  11. The numerical analysis of eigenvalue problem solutions in the multigroup neutron diffusion theory

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    Woznicki, Z.I. [Institute of Atomic Energy, Otwock-Swierk (Poland)

    1994-12-31

    The main goal of this paper is to present a general iteration strategy for solving the discrete form of multidimensional neutron diffusion equations equivalent mathematically to an eigenvalue problem. Usually a solution method is based on different levels of iterations. The presented matrix formalism allows us to visualize explicitly how the used matrix splitting influences the matrix structure in an eigenvalue problem to be solved as well as the interdependence between inner and outer iteration within global iterations. Particular interactive strategies are illustrated by numerical results obtained for several reactor problems. (author). 21 refs, 32 figs, 15 tabs.

  12. The numerical analysis of eigenvalue problem solutions in multigroup neutron diffusion theory

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    Woznicki, Z.I. [Institute of Atomic Energy, Otwock-Swierk (Poland)

    1995-12-31

    The main goal of this paper is to present a general iteration strategy for solving the discrete form of multidimensional neutron diffusion equations equivalent mathematically to an eigenvalue problem. Usually a solution method is based on different levels of iterations. The presented matrix formalism allows us to visualize explicitly how the used matrix splitting influences the matrix structure in an eigenvalue problem to be solved as well as the interdependence between inner and outer iterations within global iterations. Particular iterative strategies are illustrated by numerical results obtained for several reactor problems. (author). 21 refs, 35 figs, 16 tabs.

  13. Theoretical study of some nodal methods for the solution of the diffusion equation. Numerical tests

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    Fedon-Magnaud, C.

    1983-08-01

    The nodal methods used in the solution of the neutron multigroup diffusion equation are described. A new formulation of this methods is obtained in order to have a comparison with the finite element methods. After a brief review of nonconforming finite element theory, we use a Radau formula to establish the equivalence with nodal schemes. Convergence theorems and error estimations are then obtained. In the last part, numerical calculations are performed for two reactor test configurations. Comparisons are done between nodal or nonconforming schemes and more classical methods (F.D., conforming F.E.) wich are used in reactor analysis.

  14. WATSFAR: numerical simulation of soil WATer and Solute fluxes using a FAst and Robust method

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    Crevoisier, David; Voltz, Marc

    2013-04-01

    To simulate the evolution of hydro- and agro-systems, numerous spatialised models are based on a multi-local approach and improvement of simulation accuracy by data-assimilation techniques are now used in many application field. The latest acquisition techniques provide a large amount of experimental data, which increase the efficiency of parameters estimation and inverse modelling approaches. In turn simulations are often run on large temporal and spatial domains which requires a large number of model runs. Eventually, despite the regular increase in computing capacities, the development of fast and robust methods describing the evolution of saturated-unsaturated soil water and solute fluxes is still a challenge. Ross (2003, Agron J; 95:1352-1361) proposed a method, solving 1D Richards' and convection-diffusion equation, that fulfil these characteristics. The method is based on a non iterative approach which reduces the numerical divergence risks and allows the use of coarser spatial and temporal discretisations, while assuring a satisfying accuracy of the results. Crevoisier et al. (2009, Adv Wat Res; 32:936-947) proposed some technical improvements and validated this method on a wider range of agro- pedo- climatic situations. In this poster, we present the simulation code WATSFAR which generalises the Ross method to other mathematical representations of soil water retention curve (i.e. standard and modified van Genuchten model) and includes a dual permeability context (preferential fluxes) for both water and solute transfers. The situations tested are those known to be the less favourable when using standard numerical methods: fine textured and extremely dry soils, intense rainfall and solute fluxes, soils near saturation, ... The results of WATSFAR have been compared with the standard finite element model Hydrus. The analysis of these comparisons highlights two main advantages for WATSFAR, i) robustness: even on fine textured soil or high water and solute

  15. Numerical solution of the problem of optimizing the process of oil displacement by steam

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    Temirbekov, N. M.; Baigereyev, D. R.

    2016-06-01

    The paper is devoted to the problem of optimizing the process of steam stimulation on the oil reservoir by controlling the steam pressure on the injection well to achieve preassigned temperature distribution along the reservoir at a given time of development. The relevance of the study of this problem is related to the need to improve methods of heavy oil development, the proportion of which exceeds the reserves of light oils, and it tends to grow. As a mathematical model of oil displacement by steam, three-phase non-isothermal flow equations is considered. The problem of optimal control is formulated, an algorithm for the numerical solution is proposed. As a reference regime, temperature distribution corresponding to the constant pressure of injected steam is accepted. The solution of the optimization problem shows that choosing the steam pressure on the injection well, one can improve the efficiency of steam-stimulation and reduce the pressure of the injected steam.

  16. A Numerical Algorithm for the Solution of a Phase-Field Model of Polycrystalline Materials

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    Dorr, M R; Fattebert, J; Wickett, M E; Belak, J F; Turchi, P A

    2008-12-04

    We describe an algorithm for the numerical solution of a phase-field model (PFM) of microstructure evolution in polycrystalline materials. The PFM system of equations includes a local order parameter, a quaternion representation of local orientation and a species composition parameter. The algorithm is based on the implicit integration of a semidiscretization of the PFM system using a backward difference formula (BDF) temporal discretization combined with a Newton-Krylov algorithm to solve the nonlinear system at each time step. The BDF algorithm is combined with a coordinate projection method to maintain quaternion unit length, which is related to an important solution invariant. A key element of the Newton-Krylov algorithm is the selection of a preconditioner to accelerate the convergence of the Generalized Minimum Residual algorithm used to solve the Jacobian linear system in each Newton step. Results are presented for the application of the algorithm to 2D and 3D examples.

  17. On the Numerical Solutions for the Time-Fractional Telegraph Equation

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    Kobra Karimi

    2013-02-01

    Full Text Available Fractional differential equations have recently been applied in various area of engineering, science, finance, applied mathematics, bio-engineering and others.In this paper, an efficient numerical method for solving telegraph equation with fractional time derivative , is proposed. The fractional derivative is described in the Caputo sense. This technique is derived by expanding the required approximate solution as the elements of shifted Legendre polynomials. Using the operational matrix of the fractional derivative the problem can be reduced to a set of algebraic equations. From the computational point of view, the solution obtained by this method is in excellent agreement with those obtained by previous work in the literature and also it is efficient to use

  18. Numerical solutions for a flow with mixed convection in a vertical geometry

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    Torczynski, J. R.

    The K-12 Aerospace Heat Transfer Committee of the American Society of Mechanical Engineers recently specified a computational benchmark problem involving steady incompressible laminar flow with mixed convection using the Boussinesq approximation in a two-dimensional backstep geometry. FIDAP v6.0 (Fluid Dynamics International) and NEKTON v2.85 (Nektonics, Fluent) are capable of simulating situations with this type of coupled fluid flow and heat transfer. FIDAP uses conventional finite elements and has both steady and transient solvers, whereas NEKTON uses spectral elements with a transient solver (for large problems). Numerical solutions to the benchmark problem are obtained with both of these codes, and grid-refinement studies are performed to verify that grid-independence is achieved. The grid-independent solutions from both codes are found to be in excellent agreement with each other and with results in the archival literature regarding velocity and temperature profiles and the locations of separation and reattachment points.

  19. Numerical and series solutions for stagnation-point flow of nanofluid over an exponentially stretching sheet.

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    Mustafa, Meraj; Farooq, Muhammad A; Hayat, Tasawar; Alsaedi, Ahmed

    2013-01-01

    This investigation is concerned with the stagnation-point flow of nanofluid past an exponentially stretching sheet. The presence of Brownian motion and thermophoretic effects yields a coupled nonlinear boundary-value problem (BVP). Similarity transformations are invoked to reduce the partial differential equations into ordinary ones. Local similarity solutions are obtained by homotopy analysis method (HAM), which enables us to investigate the effects of parameters at a fixed location above the sheet. The numerical solutions are also derived using the built-in solver bvp4c of the software MATLAB. The results indicate that temperature and the thermal boundary layer thickness appreciably increase when the Brownian motion and thermophoresis effects are strengthened. Moreover the nanoparticles volume fraction is found to increase when the thermophoretic effect intensifies.

  20. A Numerical Solution for Hirota-Satsuma Coupled KdV Equation

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    M. S. Ismail

    2014-01-01

    Full Text Available A Petrov-Galerkin method and product approximation technique are used to solve numerically the Hirota-Satsuma coupled Korteweg-de Vries equation, using cubic B-splines as test functions and a linear B-spline as trial functions. The implicit midpoint rule is used to advance the solution in time. Newton’s method is used to solve the block nonlinear pentadiagonal system we have obtained. The resulting schemes are of second order accuracy in both directions, space and time. The von Neumann stability analysis of the schemes shows that the two schemes are unconditionally stable. The single soliton solution and the conserved quantities are used to assess the accuracy and to show the robustness of the schemes. The interaction of two solitons, three solitons, and birth of solitons is also discussed.

  1. Assessing numerical dependence in gene expression summaries with the jackknife expression difference.

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    John R Stevens

    Full Text Available Statistical methods to test for differential expression traditionally assume that each gene's expression summaries are independent across arrays. When certain preprocessing methods are used to obtain those summaries, this assumption is not necessarily true. In general, the erroneous assumption of dependence results in a loss of statistical power. We introduce a diagnostic measure of numerical dependence for gene expression summaries from any preprocessing method and discuss the relative performance of several common preprocessing methods with respect to this measure. Some common preprocessing methods introduce non-trivial levels of numerical dependence. The issue of (between-array dependence has received little if any attention in the literature, and researchers working with gene expression data should not take such properties for granted, or they risk unnecessarily losing statistical power.

  2. Efficient numerical solution of acoustic scattering from doubly-periodic arrays of axisymmetric objects

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    Liu, Yuxiang; Barnett, Alex H.

    2016-11-01

    We present a high-order accurate boundary-based solver for three-dimensional (3D) frequency-domain scattering from a doubly-periodic grating of smooth axisymmetric sound-hard or transmission obstacles. We build the one-obstacle solution operator using separation into P azimuthal modes via the FFT, the method of fundamental solutions (with N proxy points lying on a curve), and dense direct least-squares solves; the effort is O (N3 P) with a small constant. Periodizing then combines fast multipole summation of nearest neighbors with an auxiliary global Helmholtz basis expansion to represent the distant contributions, and enforcing quasiperiodicity and radiation conditions on the unit cell walls. Eliminating the auxiliary coefficients, and preconditioning with the one-obstacle solution operator, leaves a well-conditioned square linear system that is solved iteratively. The solution time per incident wave is then O (NP) at fixed frequency. Our scheme avoids singular quadratures, periodic Green's functions, and lattice sums, and its convergence rate is unaffected by resonances within obstacles. We include numerical examples such as scattering from a grating of period 13 λ × 13 λ comprising highly-resonant sound-hard "cups" each needing NP = 64800 surface unknowns, to 10-digit accuracy, in half an hour on a desktop.

  3. Unified framework for numerical methods to solve the time-dependent Maxwell equations

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    De Raedt, H; Kole, JS; Michielsen, KFL; Figge, MT

    2003-01-01

    We present a comparative study of numerical algorithms to solve the time-dependent Maxwell equations for systems with spatially varying permittivity and permeability. We show that the Lie-Trotter-Suzuki product-formula approach can be used to construct a family of unconditionally stable algorithms,

  4. Time-Dependent, Multifluid, Magnetohydrodynamic Shock Waves with Grain Dynamics I. Formulation and Numerical Tests

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    Ciolek, G E; Ciolek, Glenn E.; Roberge, Wayne G.

    2002-01-01

    This is the first in a series of papers on the effects of dust on the formation, propagation, and structure of nonlinear MHD waves and MHD shocks in weakly-ionized plasmas. We model the plasma as a system of 9 interacting fluids, consisting of the neutral gas, ions, electrons, and 6 grain fluids comprised of very small grains or PAHs and classical grains in different charge states. We formulate the governing equations for perpendicular shocks under approximations appropriate for dense molecular clouds, protostellar cores, and protoplanetary disks. We describe a code that obtains numerical solutions using a finite difference method, and estabish its accuracy by comparing numerical and exact solutions for special cases.

  5. On the numerical solution of the diffusion equation with a nonlocal boundary condition

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    Dehghan Mehdi

    2003-01-01

    Full Text Available Parabolic partial differential equations with nonlocal boundary specifications feature in the mathematical modeling of many phenomena. In this paper, numerical schemes are developed for obtaining approximate solutions to the initial boundary value problem for one-dimensional diffusion equation with a nonlocal constraint in place of one of the standard boundary conditions. The method of lines (MOL semidiscretization approach is used to transform the model partial differential equation into a system of first-order linear ordinary differential equations (ODEs. The partial derivative with respect to the space variable is approximated by a second-order finite-difference approximation. The solution of the resulting system of first-order ODEs satisfies a recurrence relation which involves a matrix exponential function. Numerical techniques are developed by approximating the exponential matrix function in this recurrence relation. We use a partial fraction expansion to compute the matrix exponential function via Pade approximations, which is particularly useful in parallel processing. The algorithm is tested on a model problem from the literature.

  6. Dynamics of the solar tachocline III: Numerical solutions of the Gough and McIntyre model

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    Acevedo-Arreguin, Luis A; Wood, Toby S

    2013-01-01

    We present the first numerical simulations of the solar interior to exhibit a tachocline consistent with the Gough and McIntyre (1998) model. We find nonlinear, axisymmetric, steady-state numerical solutions in which: (1) a large-scale primordial field is confined within the radiation zone by downwelling meridional flows that are gyroscopically pumped in the convection zone (2) the radiation zone is in almost-uniform rotation, with a rotation rate consistent with observations (3) the bulk of the tachocline is magnetic free, in thermal-wind balance and in thermal equilibrium and (4) the interaction between the field and the flows takes place within a very thin magnetic boundary layer, the tachopause, located at the bottom of the tachocline. We show that the thickness of the tachocline scales with the amplitude of the meridional flows exactly as predicted by Gough and McIntyre. We also determine the parameter conditions under which such solutions can be obtained, and provide a simple explanation for the failure...

  7. Time-Dependent Stochastic Particle Acceleration in Astrophysical Plasmas: Exact Solutions Including Momentum-Dependent Escape

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    Becker, P A; Le, T

    2006-01-01

    Stochastic acceleration of charged particles due to interactions with magnetohydrodynamic (MHD) plasma waves is the dominant process leading to the formation of the high-energy electron and ion distributions in a variety of astrophysical systems. Collisions with the waves influence both the energization and the spatial transport of the particles, and therefore it is important to treat these two aspects of the problem in a self-consistent manner. We solve the representative Fokker-Planck equation to obtain a new, closed-form solution for the time-dependent Green's function describing the acceleration and escape of relativistic ions interacting with Alfven or fast-mode waves characterized by momentum diffusion coefficient $D(p)\\propto p^q$ and mean particle escape timescale $t_esc(p) \\propto p^{q-2}$, where $p$ is the particle momentum and $q$ is the power-law index of the MHD wave spectrum. In particular, we obtain solutions for the momentum distribution of the ions in the plasma and also for the momentum dist...

  8. Fast Algorithm of Numerical Solutions for Strong Nonlinear Partial Differential Equations

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    Tongjing Liu

    2014-07-01

    Full Text Available Because of a high mobility ratio in the chemical and gas flooding for oil reservoirs, the problems of numerical dispersion and low calculation efficiency also exist in the common methods, such as IMPES and adaptive implicit methods. Therefore, the original calculation process, “one-step calculation for pressure and multistep calculation for saturation,” was improved by introducing a velocity item and using the fractional flow in a direction to calculate the saturation. Based on these developments, a new algorithm of numerical solution for “one-step calculation for pressure, one-step calculation for velocity, and multi-step calculation for fractional flow and saturation” was obtained, and the convergence condition for the calculation of saturation was also proposed. The simulation result of a typical theoretical model shows that the nonconvergence occurred for about 6,000 times in the conventional algorithm of IMPES, and a high fluctuation was observed in the calculation steps. However, the calculation step of the fast algorithm was stabilized for 0.5 d, indicating that the fast algorithm can avoid the nonconvergence caused by the saturation that was directly calculated by pressure. This has an important reference value in the numerical simulations of chemical and gas flooding for oil reservoirs.

  9. Numerical solution of the helmholtz equation for the superellipsoid via the galerkin method

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    Hy Dinh

    2013-01-01

    Full Text Available The objective of this work was to find the numerical solution of the Dirichlet problem for the Helmholtz equation for a smooth superellipsoid. The superellipsoid is a shape that is controlled by two parameters. There are some numerical issues in this type of an analysis; any integration method is affected by the wave number k, because of the oscillatory behavior of the fundamental solution. In this case we could only obtain good numerical results for super ellipsoids that were more shaped like super cones, which is a narrow range of super ellipsoids. The formula for these shapes was: $x=cos(xsin(y^{n},y=sin(xsin(y^{n},z=cos(y$ where $n$ varied from 0.5 to 4. The Helmholtz equation, which is the modified wave equation, is used in many scattering problems. This project was funded by NASA RI Space Grant for testing of the Dirichlet boundary condition for the shape of the superellipsoid. One practical value of all these computations can be getting a shape for the engine nacelles in a ray tracing the space shuttle. We are researching the feasibility of obtaining good convergence results for the superellipsoid surface. It was our view that smaller and lighter wave numbers would reduce computational costs associated with obtaining Galerkin coefficients. In addition, we hoped to significantly reduce the number of terms in the infinite series needed to modify the original integral equation, all of which were achieved in the analysis of the superellipsoid in a finite range. We used the Green's theorem to solve the integral equation for the boundary of the surface. Previously, multiple surfaces were used to test this method, such as the sphere, ellipsoid, and perturbation of the sphere, pseudosphere and the oval of Cassini Lin and Warnapala , Warnapala and Morgan .

  10. Optimizing Dependencies - A solution to Failure Proneness of software

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    Dr.G.AppaRao,

    2011-05-01

    Full Text Available With the emerging technologies, large complex software isbeing built in terms of modules. Although the term ‘module’ is introduced to reduce the complexity in maintenance, but the dependencies among the modules is causing erroneous systems in existence.There is a need to architect/developer to look at these dependencies to be optimized. Predicting the dependencies is only possible by measuring the metrics of the system. Here in this paper we specify the different types of dependencies and notation of identified dependencies. A clear definition of these metrics is also provided.

  11. A Matrix Approach to Numerical Solution of the DGLAP Evolution Equations

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    Ratcliffe, P G

    2001-01-01

    A matrix-based approach to numerical integration of the DGLAP evolution equations is presented. The method arises naturally on discretisation of the Bjorken x variable, a necessary procedure for numerical integration. Owing to peculiar properties of the matrices involved, the resulting equations take on a particularly simple form and may be solved in closed analytical form in the variable t=ln(alpha_0/alpha). Such an approach affords parametrisation via data x bins, rather than fixed functional forms. Thus, with the aid of the full correlation matrix, appraisal of the behaviour in different x regions is rendered more transparent and free of pollution from unphysical cross-correlations inherent to functional parametrisations. Computationally, the entire programme results in greater speed and stability; the matrix representation developed is extremely compact. Moreover, since the parameter dependence is linear, fitting is very stable and may be performed analytically in a single pass over the data values.

  12. Numerical solution of thermo-solutal mixed convective slip flow from a radiative plate with convective boundary condition

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    M J UDDIN; O Anwar BG; M N UDDIN; A I Md ISMAIL

    2016-01-01

    A mathematical model for mixed convective slip flow with heat and mass transfer in the presence of thermal radiation is presented. A convective boundary condition is included and slip is simulated via the hydrodynamic slip parameter. Heat generation and absorption effects are also incorporated. The Rosseland diffusion flux model is employed. The governing partial differential conservation equations are reduced to a system of coupled, ordinary differential equations via Lie group theory method. The resulting coupled equations are solved using shooting method. The influences of the emerging parameters on dimensionless velocity, tempera- ture and concentration distributions are investigated. Increasing radiative-conductive parameter accelerates the boundary layer flow and increases temperature whereas it depresses concentration. An elevation in convection-conduction parameter also accelerates the flow and temperatures whereas it reduces concentrations. Velocity near the wall is considerably boosted with increasing momentum slip parameter although both temperature and concentration boundary layer thicknesses are decreased. The presence of a heat source is found to increase momentum and thermal boundary layer thicknesses but reduces concentration boundary layer thickness. Excelle- nt correlation of the numerical solutions with previous non-slip studies is demonstrated. The current study has applications in bio- reactor diffusion flows and high-temperature chemical materials processing systems.

  13. Experimental and numerical study on a micro jet cooling solution for high power LEDs

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    2007-01-01

    An active cooling solution based on close-looped micro impinging jet is proposed for high power light emitting diodes (LEDs). In this system, a micro pump is utilized to enable the fluid circulation, impinging jet is used for heat exchange between LED chips and the present system. To check the feasibility of the present cooling system, the preliminary experiments are conducted without the intention of parameter opti-mization on micro jet device and other system components. The experiment results demonstrate that the present cooling system can achieve good cooling effect. For a 16.4 W input power, the surface temperature of 2 by 2 LED array is just 44.2℃ after 10 min operation, much lower than 112.2℃, which is measured without any active cool-ing techniques at the same input power. Experimental results also show that increase in the flow rate of micro pump will greatly enhance the heat transfer efficiency, how-ever, it will increase power consumption. Therefore, it should have a trade-off be-tween the flow rate and the power consumption. To find a suitable numerical model for next step parameter optimization, numerical simulation on the above experiment system is also conducted in this paper. The comparison between numerical and ex-periment results is presented. For two by two chip array, when the input power is 4 W, the surface average temperature achieved by a steady numerical simulation is 34℃, which is close to the value of 32.8℃ obtained by surface experiment test. The simu-lation results also demonstrate that the micro jet device in the present cooling sys-tem needs parameter optimization.

  14. Experimental and numerical study on a micro jet cooling solution for high power LEDs

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    LUO XiaoBing; LIU Sheng; JIANG XiaoPing; CHENG Ting

    2007-01-01

    An active cooling solution based on close-looped micro impinging jet is proposed for high power light emitting diodes (LEDs). In this system, a micro pump is utilized to enable the fluid circulation, impinging jet is used for heat exchange between LED chips and the present system. To check the feasibility of the present cooling system, the preliminary experiments are conducted without the intention of parameter optimization on micro jet device and other system components. The experiment results demonstrate that the present cooling system can achieve good cooling effect. For a 16.4 W input power, the surface temperature of 2 by 2 LED array is just 44.2℃ after 10 min operation, much lower than 112.2℃, which is measured without any active cooling techniques at the same input power. Experimental results also show that increase in the flow rate of micro pump will greatly enhance the heat transfer efficiency, however, it will increase power consumption. Therefore, it should have a trade-off between the flow rate and the power consumption. To find a suitable numerical model for next step parameter optimization, numerical simulation on the above experiment system is also conducted in this paper. The comparison between numerical and experiment results is presented. For two by two chip array, when the input power is 4 W, the surface average temperature achieved by a steady numerical simulation is 34℃, which is close to the value of 32.8℃ obtained by surface experiment test. The simulation results also demonstrate that the micro jet device in the present cooling system needs parameter optimization.

  15. Boundary integral equation methods and numerical solutions thin plates on an elastic foundation

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    2016-01-01

    This book presents and explains a general, efficient, and elegant method for solving the Dirichlet, Neumann, and Robin boundary value problems for the extensional deformation of a thin plate on an elastic foundation. The solutions of these problems are obtained both analytically—by means of direct and indirect boundary integral equation methods (BIEMs)—and numerically, through the application of a boundary element technique. The text discusses the methodology for constructing a BIEM, deriving all the attending mathematical properties with full rigor. The model investigated in the book can serve as a template for the study of any linear elliptic two-dimensional problem with constant coefficients. The representation of the solution in terms of single-layer and double-layer potentials is pivotal in the development of a BIEM, which, in turn, forms the basis for the second part of the book, where approximate solutions are computed with a high degree of accuracy. The book is intended for graduate students and r...

  16. Numerical solution of the parameterized steady-state Navier–Stokes equations using empirical interpolation methods

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    Elman, Howard C.; Forstall, Virginia

    2017-04-01

    Reduced-order modeling is an efficient approach for solving parameterized discrete partial differential equations when the solution is needed at many parameter values. An offline step approximates the solution space and an online step utilizes this approximation, the reduced basis, to solve a smaller reduced problem at significantly lower cost, producing an accurate estimate of the solution. For nonlinear problems, however, standard methods do not achieve the desired cost savings. Empirical interpolation methods represent a modification of this methodology used for cases of nonlinear operators or nonaffine parameter dependence. These methods identify points in the discretization necessary for representing the nonlinear component of the reduced model accurately, and they incur online computational costs that are independent of the spatial dimension $N$. We will show that empirical interpolation methods can be used to significantly reduce the costs of solving parameterized versions of the Navier-Stokes equations, and that iterative solution methods can be used in place of direct methods to further reduce the costs of solving the algebraic systems arising from reduced-order models.

  17. Numerical solutions of several reflected shock-wave flow fields with nonequilibrium chemical reactions

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    Hanson, R. K.; Presley, L. L.; Williams, E. V.

    1972-01-01

    The method of characteristics for a chemically reacting gas is used in the construction of the time-dependent, one-dimensional flow field resulting from the normal reflection of an incident shock wave at the end wall of a shock tube. Nonequilibrium chemical reactions are allowed behind both the incident and reflected shock waves. All the solutions are evaluated for oxygen, but the results are generally representative of any inviscid, nonconducting, and nonradiating diatomic gas. The solutions clearly show that: (1) both the incident- and reflected-shock chemical relaxation times are important in governing the time to attain steady state thermodynamic properties; and (2) adjacent to the end wall, an excess-entropy layer develops wherein the steady state values of all the thermodynamic variables except pressure differ significantly from their corresponding Rankine-Hugoniot equilibrium values.

  18. Penalty methods for the numerical solution of American multi-asset option problems

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    Nielsen, Bjørn Fredrik; Skavhaug, Ola; Tveito, Aslak

    2008-12-01

    We derive and analyze a penalty method for solving American multi-asset option problems. A small, non-linear penalty term is added to the Black-Scholes equation. This approach gives a fixed solution domain, removing the free and moving boundary imposed by the early exercise feature of the contract. Explicit, implicit and semi-implicit finite difference schemes are derived, and in the case of independent assets, we prove that the approximate option prices satisfy some basic properties of the American option problem. Several numerical experiments are carried out in order to investigate the performance of the schemes. We give examples indicating that our results are sharp. Finally, the experiments indicate that in the case of correlated underlying assets, the same properties are valid as in the independent case.

  19. Computing the numerical solution to functional differential equations: some recent progresses towards E. Hopf's 1952 dream

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    Venturi, Daniele

    2016-11-01

    The fundamental importance of functional differential equations has been recognized in many areas of mathematical physics, such as fluid dynamics, quantum field theory and statistical physics. For example, in the context of fluid dynamics, the Hopf characteristic functional equation was deemed by Monin and Yaglom to be "the most compact formulation of the turbulence problem", which is the problem of determining the statistical properties of the velocity and pressure fields of Navier-Stokes equations given statistical information on the initial state. However, no effective numerical method has yet been developed to compute the solution to functional differential equations. In this talk I will provide a new perspective on this general problem, and discuss recent progresses in approximation theory for nonlinear functionals and functional equations. The proposed methods will be demonstrated through various examples.

  20. A comprehensive one-dimensional numerical model for solute transport in rivers

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    Barati Moghaddam, Maryam; Mazaheri, Mehdi; MohammadVali Samani, Jamal

    2017-01-01

    One of the mechanisms that greatly affect the pollutant transport in rivers, especially in mountain streams, is the effect of transient storage zones. The main effect of these zones is to retain pollutants temporarily and then release them gradually. Transient storage zones indirectly influence all phenomena related to mass transport in rivers. This paper presents the TOASTS (third-order accuracy simulation of transient storage) model to simulate 1-D pollutant transport in rivers with irregular cross-sections under unsteady flow and transient storage zones. The proposed model was verified versus some analytical solutions and a 2-D hydrodynamic model. In addition, in order to demonstrate the model applicability, two hypothetical examples were designed and four sets of well-established frequently cited tracer study data were used. These cases cover different processes governing transport, cross-section types and flow regimes. The results of the TOASTS model, in comparison with two common contaminant transport models, shows better accuracy and numerical stability.

  1. A comparison between numerical and semi-analytical solutions to the point-dynamics equations

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    Silva, Jeronimo J.A.; Alvim, Antonio C.M, E-mail: shaolin.jr@gmail.com, E-mail: alvim@nuclear.ufrj.br [Coordenacao dos Programas de Pos-Graduacao em Engenharia (COPPE/UFRJ), Rio de Janeiro, RJ (Brazil). Instituto Alberto Luiz Coimbra; Vilhena, Marco T.M.B.; Bodmann, Bardo E.J., E-mail: vilhena@pq.cnpq.br, E-mail: bardo.bodmann@ufrgs.brb [Univeridade Federal do Rio Grande do Sul (PROMEC/UFRGS), Porto Alegre, RS (Brazil). Programa de Pos-Graducao em Engenharia Mecanica

    2013-07-01

    This work presents a comparison between purely numerical methods and a semi-analytical model that uses the Adomian polynomial expansion to solve the point dynamics set of equations. The aforementioned set of equations describe the magnitude of the neutron density in a fixed point of a nuclear reactor, as well as the neutron precursors density and the temperature of the temperature results in a nonlinear equation to the neutron behavior. Furthermore, these equations show the stiffness properties, due to the large difference in the time scales of each group of precursors. The decomposition method, in association with the Adomian polynomials results in a powerful toll to solve non-linear equations, and with the right choice of the time step, the obtained solution can be proven to be stable. (author)

  2. Investigation of numerical solution approaches to multicomponent batch distillation in packed beds

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    Wajge, R.M.; Wilson, J.M.; Pekny, J.F.; Reklaitis, G.V. [Purdue Univ., Lafayette, IN (United States). School of Chemical Engineering

    1997-05-01

    Finite difference and orthogonal collocation techniques are used to obtain numerical solution of the differential contactor model that represents a packed column. In the orthogonal collocation approach, polynomial approximation to the model equations results in a sparse system of equations that is much smaller in dimension than with the other methods. Exploiting this sparsity and choosing the proper order for approximating polynomial are the critical issues. Higher CPU time associated with higher order of the polynomial necessitates use of finite elements in the collocation techniques. The authors study the accuracy and efficiency issues underlying all these approaches with the help of hydrocarbon mixture and ethanol esterification examples. The later case study is considered with both with and without the presence of reaction.

  3. Numerical solutions and error estimations for the space fractional diffusion equation with variable coefficients via Fibonacci collocation method.

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    Bahşı, Ayşe Kurt; Yalçınbaş, Salih

    2016-01-01

    In this study, the Fibonacci collocation method based on the Fibonacci polynomials are presented to solve for the fractional diffusion equations with variable coefficients. The fractional derivatives are described in the Caputo sense. This method is derived by expanding the approximate solution with Fibonacci polynomials. Using this method of the fractional derivative this equation can be reduced to a set of linear algebraic equations. Also, an error estimation algorithm which is based on the residual functions is presented for this method. The approximate solutions are improved by using this error estimation algorithm. If the exact solution of the problem is not known, the absolute error function of the problems can be approximately computed by using the Fibonacci polynomial solution. By using this error estimation function, we can find improved solutions which are more efficient than direct numerical solutions. Numerical examples, figures, tables are comparisons have been presented to show efficiency and usable of proposed method.

  4. Numerical Solution and Simulation of Second-Order Parabolic PDEs with Sinc-Galerkin Method Using Maple

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    Aydin Secer

    2013-01-01

    Full Text Available An efficient solution algorithm for sinc-Galerkin method has been presented for obtaining numerical solution of PDEs with Dirichlet-type boundary conditions by using Maple Computer Algebra System. The method is based on Whittaker cardinal function and uses approximating basis functions and their appropriate derivatives. In this work, PDEs have been converted to algebraic equation systems with new accurate explicit approximations of inner products without the need to calculate any numeric integrals. The solution of this system of algebraic equations has been reduced to the solution of a matrix equation system via Maple. The accuracy of the solutions has been compared with the exact solutions of the test problem. Computational results indicate that the technique presented in this study is valid for linear partial differential equations with various types of boundary conditions.

  5. Manufactured solutions and the numerical verification of isothermal, nonlinear, three-dimensional Stokes ice-sheet models

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    W. Leng

    2012-07-01

    Full Text Available The technique of manufactured solutions is used for verification of computational models in many fields. In this paper we construct manufactured solutions for models of three-dimensional, isothermal, nonlinear Stokes flow in glaciers and ice sheets. The solution construction procedure starts with kinematic boundary conditions and is mainly based on the solution of a first-order partial differential equation for the ice velocity that satisfies the incompressibility condition. The manufactured solutions depend on the geometry of the ice sheet and other model parameters. Initial conditions are taken from the periodic geometry of a standard problem of the ISMIP-HOM benchmark tests and altered through the manufactured solution procedure to generate an analytic solution for the time-dependent flow problem. We then use this manufactured solution to verify a parallel, high-order accurate, finite element Stokes ice-sheet model. Results from the computational model show excellent agreement with the manufactured analytic solutions.

  6. Singular boundary value problem for the integrodifferential equation in an insurance model with stochastic premiums: Analysis and numerical solution

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    Belkina, T. A.; Konyukhova, N. B.; Kurochkin, S. V.

    2012-10-01

    A singular boundary value problem for a second-order linear integrodifferential equation with Volterra and non-Volterra integral operators is formulated and analyzed. The equation is defined on ℝ+, has a weak singularity at zero and a strong singularity at infinity, and depends on several positive parameters. Under natural constraints on the coefficients of the equation, existence and uniqueness theorems for this problem with given limit boundary conditions at singular points are proved, asymptotic representations of the solution are given, and an algorithm for its numerical determination is described. Numerical computations are performed and their interpretation is given. The problem arises in the study of the survival probability of an insurance company over infinite time (as a function of its initial surplus) in a dynamic insurance model that is a modification of the classical Cramer-Lundberg model with a stochastic process rate of premium under a certain investment strategy in the financial market. A comparative analysis of the results with those produced by the model with deterministic premiums is given.

  7. Numerical modelling of the time-dependent mechanical behaviour of softwood

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    Engelund, Emil Tang

    2010-01-01

    When using wood as a structural material it is important to consider its time-dependent mechanical behaviour and to predict this behaviour for decades ahead. For this purpose, several rheological mathematical models, spanning from fairly simple to very complex ones, have been developed over...... the microfibrils. This assumption is incorporated in the numerical model by only allowing non-elastic behaviour in shear deformation modes in the local coordinate system. The rate of shearing is described by deformation kinetics. The results indicate that time-dependent behaviour such as creep and relaxation...... mechanisms causing the observed mechanical behaviour. In this study, the mechanical behaviour of softwood tracheids is described using numerical modelling. The basic composition and orientation of the tracheid constituents is incorporated by establishing a local coordinate system aligned...

  8. Numerical modelling of the time-dependent mechanical behaviour of softwood

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    Engelund, Emil Tang

    2010-01-01

    When using wood as a structural material it is important to consider its time-dependent mechanical behaviour and to predict this behaviour for decades ahead. For this purpose, several rheological mathematical models, spanning from fairly simple to very complex ones, have been developed over...... mechanisms causing the observed mechanical behaviour. In this study, the mechanical behaviour of softwood tracheids is described using numerical modelling. The basic composition and orientation of the tracheid constituents is incorporated by establishing a local coordinate system aligned...... the microfibrils. This assumption is incorporated in the numerical model by only allowing non-elastic behaviour in shear deformation modes in the local coordinate system. The rate of shearing is described by deformation kinetics. The results indicate that time-dependent behaviour such as creep and relaxation...

  9. Numerical density-to-potential inversions in time-dependent density functional theory.

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    Jensen, Daniel S; Wasserman, Adam

    2016-08-01

    We treat the density-to-potential inverse problem of time-dependent density functional theory as an optimization problem with a partial differential equation constraint. The unknown potential is recovered from a target density by applying a multilevel optimization method controlled by error estimates. We employ a classical optimization routine using gradients efficiently computed by the discrete adjoint method. The inverted potential has both a real and imaginary part to reduce reflections at the boundaries and other numerical artifacts. We demonstrate this method on model one-dimensional systems. The method can be straightforwardly extended to a variety of numerical solvers of the time-dependent Kohn-Sham equations and to systems in higher dimensions.

  10. Finite volume - space-time discontinuous Galerkin method for the numerical simulation of compressible turbulent flow in time dependent domains

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    Česenek, Jan

    The article is concerned with the numerical simulation of the compressible turbulent flow in time dependent domains. The mathematical model of flow is represented by the system of non-stationary Reynolds- Averaged Navier-Stokes (RANS) equations. The motion of the domain occupied by the fluid is taken into account with the aid of the ALE (Arbitrary Lagrangian-Eulerian) formulation of the RANS equations. This RANS system is equipped with two-equation k - ω turbulence model. These two systems of equations are solved separately. Discretization of the RANS system is carried out by the space-time discontinuous Galerkin method which is based on piecewise polynomial discontinuous approximation of the sought solution in space and in time. Discretization of the two-equation k - ω turbulence model is carried out by the implicit finite volume method, which is based on piecewise constant approximation of the sought solution. We present some numerical experiments to demonstrate the applicability of the method using own-developed code.

  11. ON DISCRETE PROJECTION AND NUMERICAL BOUNDARY CONDITIONS FOR THE NUMERICAL SOLUTION OF THE UNSTEADY INCOMPRESSIBLE NAVIER-STOKES EQUATIONS

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    Lan Chieh Huang

    2002-01-01

    The unsteaiy incompressible Navier-Stokes equations are discretized in space and stud-ied on the fixed mesh as a system of differential algebraic equations. With discrete projec-tion defined, the local errors of Crank Nicholson schemes with three projection methodsare derived in a straightforward manner. Then the approximate factorization of relevantmatrices are used to study the time accuracy with more detail, especially at points adjacentto the boundary. The effects of numerical boundary conditions for the auxiliary velocityand the discrete pressure Poisson equation on the time accuracy are also investigated. Re-sults of numerical experiments with an analytic example confirm the conclusions of ouranalysis.

  12. 1-Soliton solutions of complex modified KdV equation with time-dependent coefficients

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    Kumar, H.; Chand, F.

    2013-09-01

    In this paper, we have obtained exact 1-soliton solutions of complex modified KdV equation with variable—coefficients using solitary wave ansatz. Restrictions on parameters of the soliton have been observed in course of the derivation of soliton solutions. Finally, a few numerical simulations of dark and bright solitons have been given.

  13. Linear stability analysis in the numerical solution of initial value problems

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    van Dorsselaer, J. L. M.; Kraaijevanger, J. F. B. M.; Spijker, M. N.

    This article addresses the general problem of establishing upper bounds for the norms of the nth powers of square matrices. The focus is on upper bounds that grow only moderately (or stay constant) where n, or the order of the matrices, increases. The so-called resolvant condition, occuring in the famous Kreiss matrix theorem, is a classical tool for deriving such bounds.Recently the classical upper bounds known to be valid under Kreiss's resolvant condition have been improved. Moreover, generalizations of this resolvant condition have been considered so as to widen the range of applications. The main purpose of this article is to review and extend some of these new developments.The upper bounds for the powers of matrices discussed in this article are intimately connected with the stability analysis of numerical processes for solving initial(-boundary) value problems in ordinary and partial linear differential equations. The article highlights this connection.The article concludes with numerical illustrations in the solution of a simple initial-boundary value problem for a partial differential equation.

  14. Applications of MMPBSA to Membrane Proteins I: Efficient Numerical Solutions of Periodic Poisson-Boltzmann Equation

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    Botello-Smith, Wesley M.; Luo, Ray

    2016-01-01

    Continuum solvent models have been widely used in biomolecular modeling applications. Recently much attention has been given to inclusion of implicit membrane into existing continuum Poisson-Boltzmann solvent models to extend their applications to membrane systems. Inclusion of an implicit membrane complicates numerical solutions of the underlining Poisson-Boltzmann equation due to the dielectric inhomogeneity on the boundary surfaces of a computation grid. This can be alleviated by the use of the periodic boundary condition, a common practice in electrostatic computations in particle simulations. The conjugate gradient and successive over-relaxation methods are relatively straightforward to be adapted to periodic calculations, but their convergence rates are quite low, limiting their applications to free energy simulations that require a large number of conformations to be processed. To accelerate convergence, the Incomplete Cholesky preconditioning and the geometric multi-grid methods have been extended to incorporate periodicity for biomolecular applications. Impressive convergence behaviors were found as in the previous applications of these numerical methods to tested biomolecules and MMPBSA calculations. PMID:26389966

  15. NUMERICAL SOLUTIONS FOR THE TRANSIENT FLOW IN THE HOMOGENOUS CLOSED CIRCLE RESERVOIRS

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    周蓉; 刘曰武; 周富信

    2003-01-01

    There are many fault block fields in China. A fault block field consists of fault pools.The small fault pools can be viewed as the closed circle reservoirs in some case. In order to know the pressure change of the developed formation and provide the formation data for developing the fault block fields reasonably, the transient flow should be researched. In this paper, we use the automatic mesh generation technology and the finite element method to solve the transient flow problem for the well located in the closed circle reservoir, especially for the well located in an arbitrary position in the closed circle reservoir. The pressure diffusion process is visualized and the well-location factor concept is first proposed in this paper. The typical curves of pressure vs time for the well with different welllocation factors are presented. By comparing numerical results with the analytical solutions of the well located in the center of the closed circle reservoir, the numerical method is verified.

  16. Analytical and numerical solutions to the amplifier with incoherent pulse temporal overlap

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    Li, M.; Zhang, X. M.; Wang, Z. G.; Cui, X. D.; Yan, X. W.; Jiang, X. Y.; Zheng, J. G.; Wang, W.; Li, Mingzhong

    2017-01-01

    Serious pulse temporal overlap in amplifiers would result in the decrease of energy extraction efficiency and the increase of pulse-shape distortion (PSD). Precisely predicting pulse temporal overlap is of significance to an effective amplifier design. In this work, the analytical expressions with complete pulse overlap are derived and a numerical method is proposed to solve the case with partial temporal overlap for a double-pass Nd:YAG amplifier. Our studies, in which pulse temporal overlap is taken into account, can precisely predict the output energy and temporal shape, compared to the results from Hirano and other experiments. In addition, our numerical routes could provide the applicable range of analytical solutions to conventional Frantz-Nodvik equations in the case of pulse overlap, further extending the applicability and reducing computational costs. For given conditions, energy reduction and PSD are mainly determined by the overlap degree. For step-shaped pulse, we demonstrate that avoiding overlap in the peak pulse and allowing overlap in the foot pulse have small impacts on the energy extraction and PSD, which extends the range of duration of the pulse for a designed amplifier. Our investigations might provide an efficient way to carefully design a pulsed amplifier with controllable temporal overlap.

  17. Real-time Numerical Solution for the Plasma Response Matrix for Disruption Avoidance in ITER

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    Glasser, Alexander; Kolemen, Egemen; Glasser, A. H.

    2016-10-01

    Real-time analysis of plasma stability is essential to any active feedback control system that performs ideal MHD disruption avoidance. Due to singularities and poor numerical conditioning endemic to ideal MHD models of tokamak plasmas, current state-of-the-art codes require serial operation, and are as yet inoperable on the sub- O (1s) timescale required by ITER's MHD evolution time. In this work, low-toroidal-n ideal MHD modes are found in near real-time as solutions to a well-posed boundary value problem. Using a modified parallel shooting technique and linear methods to subdue numerical instability, such modes are integrated with parallelization across spatial and ``temporal'' parts, via a Riccati approach. The resulting state transition matrix is shown to yield the desired plasma response matrix, which describes how magnetic perturbations may be employed to maintain plasma stability. Such an algorithm may be helpful in designing a control system to achieve ITER's high-performance operational objectives. Sponsored by US DOE under DE-SC0015878 and DE-FC02-04ER54698.

  18. Numerical path integral solution to strong Coulomb correlation in one dimensional Hooke's atom

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    Ruokosenmäki, Ilkka; Kylänpää, Ilkka; Rantala, Tapio T

    2015-01-01

    We present a new approach based on real time domain Feynman path integrals (RTPI) for electronic structure calculations and quantum dynamics, which includes correlations between particles exactly but within the numerical accuracy. We demonstrate that incoherent propagation by keeping the wave function real is a novel method for finding and simulation of the ground state, similar to Diffusion Monte Carlo (DMC) method, but introducing new useful tools lacking in DMC. We use 1D Hooke's atom, a two-electron system with very strong correlation, as our test case, which we solve with incoherent RTPI (iRTPI) and compare against DMC. This system provides an excellent test case due to exact solutions for some confinements and because in 1D the Coulomb singularity is stronger than in two or three dimensional space. The use of Monte Carlo grid is shown to be efficient for which we determine useful numerical parameters. Furthermore, we discuss another novel approach achieved by combining the strengths of iRTPI and DMC. We...

  19. An user-friendly software tool for the solution of the time-dependent Schroedinger and Gross-Pitaevskii equations

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    Serafini, Thomas; Bertoni, Andrea, E-mail: andrea.bertoni@unimore.i [S3 National Research Center, INFM-CNR, 41125 Modena (Italy)

    2009-11-15

    In this work we present TDStool, a general-purpose easy-to-use software tool for the solution of the time-dependent Schroedinger equation in 2D and 3D domains with arbitrary time-dependent potentials. The numerical algorithms adopted in the code, namely Fourier split-step and box-integration methods, are sketched and the main characteristics of the tool are illustrated. As an example, the dynamics of a single electron in systems of two and three coupled quantum dots is obtained. The code is released as an open-source project and has a build-in graphical interface for the visualization of the results.

  20. Numerical solvers to the stabilizing solution of perturbed algebraic Riccati equations in LQ zero-sum games

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    Ivanov, I. G.; Netov, N. C.; Bogdanova, B. C.

    2015-10-01

    This paper addresses the problem of solving a generalized algebraic Riccati equation with an indefinite sign of its quadratic term. We extend the approach introduced by Lanzon, Feng, Anderson and Rotkowitz (2008) for solving similar Riccati equations. We numerically investigate two types of iterative methods for computing the stabilizing solution. The first type of iterative methods constructs two matrix sequences, where the sum of them converges to the stabilizing solution. The second type of methods defines one matrix sequence which converges to the stabilizing solution. Computer realizations of the presented methods are numerically tested and compared on the test of family examples. Based on the experiments some conclusions are derived.

  1. Numerical solution of instability phenomenon arising in double phase flow through inclined homogeneous porous media

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    Ravi Borana

    2016-09-01

    Full Text Available In the petroleum reservoir at an early stage the oil is recovered due to existing natural pressure and such type of oil recovery is referred as primary oil recovery. It ends when pressure equilibrium occurs and still large amount of oil remains in the reservoir. Consequently, secondary oil recovery process is employed by injection water into some injection wells to push oil towards the production well. The instability phenomenon arises during secondary oil recovery process. When water is injected into the oil filled region, due to the force of injecting water and difference in viscosities of water and native oil, protuberances occur at the common interface. It gives rise to the shape of fingers (protuberances at common interface. The injected water shoots through inter connected capillaries at very high speed. It appears in the form of irregular trembling fingers, filled with injected water in the native oil field; this is due to the immiscibility of water and oil. The homogeneous porous medium is considered with a small inclination with the horizontal, the basic parameters porosity and permeability remain uniform throughout the porous medium. Based on the mass conservation principle and important Darcy's law under the specific standard relationships and basic assumptions considered, the governing equation yields a non-linear partial differential equation. The Crank–Nicolson finite difference scheme is developed and on implementing the boundary conditions the resulting finite difference scheme is implemented to obtain the numerical results. The numerical results are obtained by generating a MATLAB code for the saturation of water which decreases with the space variable and increases with time. The obtained numerical solution is efficient, accurate, and reliable, matches well with the physical phenomenon.

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    M. Boumaza

    2015-07-01

    Full Text Available Transient convection heat transfer is of fundamental interest in many industrial and environmental situations, as well as in electronic devices and security of energy systems. Transient fluid flow problems are among the more difficult to analyze and yet are very often encountered in modern day technology. The main objective of this research project is to carry out a theoretical and numerical analysis of transient convective heat transfer in vertical flows, when the thermal field is due to different kinds of variation, in time and space of some boundary conditions, such as wall temperature or wall heat flux. This is achieved by the development of a mathematical model and its resolution by suitable numerical methods, as well as performing various sensitivity analyses. These objectives are achieved through a theoretical investigation of the effects of wall and fluid axial conduction, physical properties and heat capacity of the pipe wall on the transient downward mixed convection in a circular duct experiencing a sudden change in the applied heat flux on the outside surface of a central zone.

  3. Mathematical Model of a pH-gradient Creation at Isoelectrofocusing. Part II. Numerical Solution of the Stationary Problem

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    Sakharova, L V; Zhukov, M Yu

    2013-01-01

    The mathematical model describing the natural textrm{pH}-gradient arising under the action of an electric field in an aqueous solution of ampholytes (amino acids) is constructed and investigated. This paper is the second part of the series papers \\cite{Part1,Part3,Part4} that are devoted to pH-gradient creation problem. We present the numerical solution of the stationary problem. The equations system has a small parameter at higher derivatives and the turning points, so called stiff problem. To solve this problem numerically we use the shooting method: transformation of the boundary value problem to the Cauchy problem. At large voltage or electric current density we compare the numerical solution with weak solution presented in Part 1.

  4. Numerical solution of the quantum Lenard-Balescu equation for a one-component plasma

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    Scullard, Christian R; Fennell, Susan C; Janković, Marija R; Ng, Nathan; Serna, Susana; Graziani, Frank R

    2016-01-01

    We present a numerical solution of the quantum Lenard-Balescu equation using a spectral method, namely an expansion in Laguerre polynomials. This method exactly conserves both particles and energy and facilitates the integration over the dielectric function. To demonstrate the method, we solve the equilibration problem for a spatially homogeneous one-component plasma with various initial conditions. Unlike the more usual Landau/Fokker-Planck system, this method requires no input Coulomb logarithm; the logarithmic terms in the collision integral arise naturally from the equation along with the non-logarithmic order-unity terms. The spectral method can also be used to solve the Landau equation and a quantum version of the Landau equation in which the integration over the wavenumber requires only a lower cutoff. We solve these problems as well and compare them with the full Lenard-Balescu solution in the weak-coupling limit. Finally, we discuss the possible generalization of this method to include spatial inhomo...

  5. Consistent Algorithms Marching Along Characteristics for the Numerical Solution of the Boltzmann Equation

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    Nilson C. Roberty

    2011-01-01

    Full Text Available We introduce algorithms marching over a polygonal mesh with elements consistent with the propagation directions of the particle (radiation flux. The decision for adopting this kind of mesh to solve the one-speed Boltzmann transport equation is due to characteristics of the domain of the transport operator which controls derivatives only in the direction of propagation of the particles (radiation flux in the absorbing and scattering media. This a priori adaptivity has the advantages that it formulates a consistent scheme which makes appropriate the application of the Lax equivalence theorem framework to the problem. In this work, we present the main functional spaces involved in the formalism and a description of the algorithms for the mesh generation and the transport equation solution. Some numerical examples related to the solution of a transmission problem in a high-contrast model with absorption and scattering are presented. Also, a comparison with benchmarks problems for source and reactor criticality simulations shows the compatibility between calculations with the algorithms proposed here and theoretical results.

  6. An Integrated Numerical Hydrodynamic Shallow Flow-Solute Transport Model for Urban Area

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    Alias, N. A.; Mohd Sidek, L.

    2016-03-01

    The rapidly changing on land profiles in the some urban areas in Malaysia led to the increasing of flood risk. Extensive developments on densely populated area and urbanization worsen the flood scenario. An early warning system is really important and the popular method is by numerically simulating the river and flood flows. There are lots of two-dimensional (2D) flood model predicting the flood level but in some circumstances, still it is difficult to resolve the river reach in a 2D manner. A systematic early warning system requires a precisely prediction of flow depth. Hence a reliable one-dimensional (1D) model that provides accurate description of the flow is essential. Research also aims to resolve some of raised issues such as the fate of pollutant in river reach by developing the integrated hydrodynamic shallow flow-solute transport model. Presented in this paper are results on flow prediction for Sungai Penchala and the convection-diffusion of solute transports simulated by the developed model.

  7. A Mass Conservative Numerical Solution for Two-Phase Flow in Porous Media With Application to Unsaturated Flow

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    Celia, Michael A.; Binning, Philip John

    1992-01-01

    . Numerical results also demonstrate the potential importance of air phase advection when considering contaminant transport in unsaturated soils. Comparison to several other numerical algorithms shows that the modified Picard approach offers robust, mass conservative solutions to the general equations......A numerical algorithm for simulation of two-phase flow in porous media is presented. The algorithm is based on a modified Picard linearization of the governing equations of flow, coupled with a lumped finite element approximation in space and dynamic time step control. Numerical results indicate...... that the algorithm produces solutions that are essentially mass conservative and oscillation free, even in the presence of steep infiltrating fronts. When the algorithm is applied to the case of air and water flow in unsaturated soils, numerical results confirm the conditions under which Richards's equation is valid...

  8. Comparison between two meshless methods based on collocation technique for the numerical solution of four-species tumor growth model

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    Dehghan, Mehdi; Mohammadi, Vahid

    2017-03-01

    As is said in [27], the tumor-growth model is the incorporation of nutrient within the mixture as opposed to being modeled with an auxiliary reaction-diffusion equation. The formulation involves systems of highly nonlinear partial differential equations of surface effects through diffuse-interface models [27]. Simulations of this practical model using numerical methods can be applied for evaluating it. The present paper investigates the solution of the tumor growth model with meshless techniques. Meshless methods are applied based on the collocation technique which employ multiquadrics (MQ) radial basis function (RBFs) and generalized moving least squares (GMLS) procedures. The main advantages of these choices come back to the natural behavior of meshless approaches. As well as, a method based on meshless approach can be applied easily for finding the solution of partial differential equations in high-dimension using any distributions of points on regular and irregular domains. The present paper involves a time-dependent system of partial differential equations that describes four-species tumor growth model. To overcome the time variable, two procedures will be used. One of them is a semi-implicit finite difference method based on Crank-Nicolson scheme and another one is based on explicit Runge-Kutta time integration. The first case gives a linear system of algebraic equations which will be solved at each time-step. The second case will be efficient but conditionally stable. The obtained numerical results are reported to confirm the ability of these techniques for solving the two and three-dimensional tumor-growth equations.

  9. New numerical methods for open-loop and feedback solutions to dynamic optimization problems

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    Ghosh, Pradipto

    The topic of the first part of this research is trajectory optimization of dynamical systems via computational swarm intelligence. Particle swarm optimization is a nature-inspired heuristic search method that relies on a group of potential solutions to explore the fitness landscape. Conceptually, each particle in the swarm uses its own memory as well as the knowledge accumulated by the entire swarm to iteratively converge on an optimal or near-optimal solution. It is relatively straightforward to implement and unlike gradient-based solvers, does not require an initial guess or continuity in the problem definition. Although particle swarm optimization has been successfully employed in solving static optimization problems, its application in dynamic optimization, as posed in optimal control theory, is still relatively new. In the first half of this thesis particle swarm optimization is used to generate near-optimal solutions to several nontrivial trajectory optimization problems including thrust programming for minimum fuel, multi-burn spacecraft orbit transfer, and computing minimum-time rest-to-rest trajectories for a robotic manipulator. A distinct feature of the particle swarm optimization implementation in this work is the runtime selection of the optimal solution structure. Optimal trajectories are generated by solving instances of constrained nonlinear mixed-integer programming problems with the swarming technique. For each solved optimal programming problem, the particle swarm optimization result is compared with a nearly exact solution found via a direct method using nonlinear programming. Numerical experiments indicate that swarm search can locate solutions to very great accuracy. The second half of this research develops a new extremal-field approach for synthesizing nearly optimal feedback controllers for optimal control and two-player pursuit-evasion games described by general nonlinear differential equations. A notable revelation from this development

  10. Code and Solution Verification of 3D Numerical Modeling of Flow in the Gust Erosion Chamber

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    Yuen, A.; Bombardelli, F. A.

    2014-12-01

    Erosion microcosms are devices commonly used to investigate the erosion and transport characteristics of sediments at the bed of rivers, lakes, or estuaries. In order to understand the results these devices provide, the bed shear stress and flow field need to be accurately described. In this research, the UMCES Gust Erosion Microcosm System (U-GEMS) is numerically modeled using Finite Volume Method. The primary aims are to simulate the bed shear stress distribution at the surface of the sediment core/bottom of the microcosm, and to validate the U-GEMS produces uniform bed shear stress at the bottom of the microcosm. The mathematical model equations are solved by on a Cartesian non-uniform grid. Multiple numerical runs were developed with different input conditions and configurations. Prior to developing the U-GEMS model, the General Moving Objects (GMO) model and different momentum algorithms in the code were verified. Code verification of these solvers was done via simulating the flow inside the top wall driven square cavity on different mesh sizes to obtain order of convergence. The GMO model was used to simulate the top wall in the top wall driven square cavity as well as the rotating disk in the U-GEMS. Components simulated with the GMO model were rigid bodies that could have any type of motion. In addition cross-verification was conducted as results were compared with numerical results by Ghia et al. (1982), and good agreement was found. Next, CFD results were validated by simulating the flow within the conventional microcosm system without suction and injection. Good agreement was found when the experimental results by Khalili et al. (2008) were compared. After the ability of the CFD solver was proved through the above code verification steps. The model was utilized to simulate the U-GEMS. The solution was verified via classic mesh convergence study on four consecutive mesh sizes, in addition to that Grid Convergence Index (GCI) was calculated and based on

  11. Global Time Dependent Solutions of Stochastically Driven Standard Accretion Disks: Development of Hydrodynamical Code

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    Wani, Naveel; Maqbool, Bari; Iqbal, Naseer; Misra, Ranjeev

    2016-07-01

    X-ray binaries and AGNs are powered by accretion discs around compact objects, where the x-rays are emitted from the inner regions and uv emission arise from the relatively cooler outer parts. There has been an increasing evidence that the variability of the x-rays in different timescales is caused by stochastic fluctuations in the accretion disc at different radii. These fluctuations although arise in the outer parts of the disc but propagate inwards to give rise to x-ray variability and hence provides a natural connection between the x-ray and uv variability. There are analytical expressions to qualitatively understand the effect of these stochastic variabilities, but quantitative predictions are only possible by a detailed hydrodynamical study of the global time dependent solution of standard accretion disc. We have developed numerical efficient code (to incorporate all these effects), which considers gas pressure dominated solutions and stochastic fluctuations with the inclusion of boundary effect of the last stable orbit.

  12. Classical and quantum time dependent solutions in string theory

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    Mart'inez-Prieto, C; Socorro, J

    2004-01-01

    Using the ontological interpretation of quantum mechanics in a particular sense, we obtain the classical behaviour of the scale factor and two scalar fields, derived from a string effective action for the FRW time dependent model. Besides, the Wheeler-DeWitt equation is solved exactly. We speculate that the same procedure could also be applied to S-branes.

  13. Continuous dependence of solutions for indefinite semilinear elliptic problems

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    Elves A. B. Silva

    2013-10-01

    Full Text Available We consider the superlinear elliptic problem $$ -\\Delta u + m(xu = a(xu^p $$ in a bounded smooth domain under Neumann boundary conditions, where $m \\in L^{\\sigma}(\\Omega$, $\\sigma\\geq N/2$ and $a\\in C(\\overline{\\Omega}$ is a sign changing function. Assuming that the associated first eigenvalue of the operator $-\\Delta + m $ is zero, we use constrained minimization methods to study the existence of a positive solution when $\\widehat{m}$ is a suitable perturbation of m.

  14. Time-dependent solutions of the spatially implicit neutral model of biodiversity.

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    Chisholm, Ryan A

    2011-09-01

    Previous research into the neutral theory of biodiversity has focused mainly on equilibrium solutions rather than time-dependent solutions. Understanding the time-dependent solutions is essential for applying neutral theory to ecosystems in which time-dependent processes, such as succession and invasion, are driving the dynamics. Time-dependent solutions also facilitate tests against data that are stronger than those based on static equilibrium patterns. Here I investigate the time-dependent solutions of the classic spatially implicit neutral model, in which a small local community is coupled to a much larger metacommunity through immigration. I present explicit general formulas for the eigenvalues, left eigenvectors and right eigenvectors of the models's transition matrix. The time-dependent solutions can then be expressed in terms of these eigenvalues and eigenvectors. Some of these results are translated directly from existing results for the classic Moran model of population genetics (the Moran model is equivalent to the spatially implicit neutral model after a reparameterization); others of the results are new. I demonstrate that the asymptotic time-dependent solution corresponding to just these first two eigenvectors can be a good approximation to the full time-dependent solution. I also demonstrate the feasibility of a partial eigendecomposition of the transition matrix, which facilitates direct application of the results to a biologically relevant example in which a newly invading species is initially present in the metacommunity but absent from the local community.

  15. Existence and numerical simulation of periodic traveling wave solutions to the Casimir equation for the Ito system

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    Abbasbandy, S.; Van Gorder, R. A.; Hajiketabi, M.; Mesrizadeh, M.

    2015-10-01

    We consider traveling wave solutions to the Casimir equation for the Ito system (a two-field extension of the KdV equation). These traveling waves are governed by a nonlinear initial value problem with an interesting nonlinearity (which actually amplifies in magnitude as the size of the solution becomes small). The nonlinear problem is parameterized by two initial constant values, and we demonstrate that the existence of solutions is strongly tied to these parameter values. For our interests, we are concerned with positive, bounded, periodic wave solutions. We are able to classify parameter regimes which admit such solutions in full generality, thereby obtaining a nice existence result. Using the existence result, we are then able to numerically simulate the positive, bounded, periodic solutions. We elect to employ a group preserving scheme in order to numerically study these solutions, and an outline of this approach is provided. The numerical simulations serve to illustrate the properties of these solutions predicted analytically through the existence result. Physically, these results demonstrate the existence of a type of space-periodic structure in the Casimir equation for the Ito model, which propagates as a traveling wave.

  16. Numerical study for the c-dependence of fractal dimension in two-dimensional quantum gravity

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    Kawamoto, N; Kawamoto, Noboru; Yotsuji, Kenji

    2002-01-01

    We numerically investigate the fractal structure of two-dimensional quantum gravity coupled to matter central charge c for $-2 \\leq c \\leq 1$. We reformulate Q-state Potts model into the model which can be identified as a weighted percolation cluster model and can make continuous change of Q, which relates c, on the dynamically triangulated lattice. The c-dependence of the critical coupling is measured from the percolation probability and susceptibility. The c-dependence of the string susceptibility of the quantum surface is evaluated and has very good agreement with the theoretical predictions. The c-dependence of the fractal dimension based on the finite size scaling hypothesis is measured and has excellent agreement with one of the theoretical predictions previously proposed except for the region near $c\\approx 1$.

  17. Numerical investigation of amplitude-dependent dynamic response in acoustic metamaterials with nonlinear oscillators.

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    Manimala, James M; Sun, C T

    2016-06-01

    The amplitude-dependent dynamic response in acoustic metamaterials having nonlinear local oscillator microstructures is studied using numerical simulations on representative discrete mass-spring models. Both cubically nonlinear hardening and softening local oscillator cases are considered. Single frequency, bi-frequency, and wave packet excitations at low and high amplitude levels were used to interrogate the models. The propagation and attenuation characteristics of harmonic waves in a tunable frequency range is found to correspond to the amplitude and nonlinearity-dependent shifts in the local resonance bandgap for such nonlinear acoustic metamaterials. A predominant shift in the propagated wave spectrum towards lower frequencies is observed. Moreover, the feasibility of amplitude and frequency-dependent selective filtering of composite signals consisting of individual frequency components which fall within propagating or attenuating regimes is demonstrated. Further enrichment of these wave manipulation mechanisms in acoustic metamaterials using different combinations of nonlinear microstructures presents device implications for acoustic filters and waveguides.

  18. Numerical Solution of Inverse Radiative-Conductive Transient Heat Transfer Problem in a Grey Participating Medium

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    Zmywaczyk, J.; Koniorczyk, P.

    2009-08-01

    The problem of simultaneous identification of the thermal conductivity Λ(T) and the asymmetry parameter g of the Henyey-Greenstein scattering phase function is under consideration. A one-dimensional configuration in a grey participating medium with respect to silica fibers for which the thermophysical and optical properties are known from the literature is accepted. To find the unknown parameters, it is assumed that the thermal conductivity Λ(T) may be represented in a base of functions {1, T, T 2, . . .,T K } so the inverse problem can be applied to determine a set of coefficients {Λ0, Λ1, . . ., Λ K ; g}. The solution of the inverse problem is based on minimization of the ordinary squared differences between the measured and model temperatures. The measured temperatures are considered known. Temperature responses measured or theoretically generated at several different distances from the heat source along an x axis of the specimen set are known as a result of the numerical solution of the transient coupled heat transfer in a grey participating medium. An implicit finite volume method (FVM) is used for handling the energy equation, while a finite difference method (FDM) is applied to find the sensitivity coefficients with respect to the unknown set of coefficients. There are free parameters in a model, so these parameters are changed during an iteration process used by the fitting procedure. The Levenberg- Marquardt fitting procedure is iteratively searching for best fit of these parameters. The source term in the governing conservation-of-energy equation taking into account absorption, emission, and scattering of radiation is calculated by means of a discrete ordinate method together with an FDM while the scattering phase function approximated by the Henyey-Greenstein function is expanded in a series of Legendre polynomials with coefficients {c l } = (2l + 1)g l . The numerical procedure proposed here also allows consideration of some cases of coupled heat

  19. A semi-nonlocal numerical approach for modeling of temperature-dependent crack-wave interaction

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    Martowicz, Adam; Kijanka, Piotr; Staszewski, Wieslaw J.

    2016-04-01

    Numerical tools, which are used to simulate complex phenomena for models of complicated shapes suffer from either long computational time or accuracy. Hence, new modeling and simulation tools, which could offer reliable results within reasonable time periods, are highly demanded. Among other approaches, the nonlocal methods have appeared to fulfill these requirements quite efficiently and opened new perspectives for accurate simulations based on crude meshes of the model's degrees of freedom. In the paper, the preliminary results are shown for simulations of the phenomenon of temperature-dependent crack-wave interaction for elastic wave propagation in a model of an aluminum plate. Semi-nonlocal finite differences are considered to solve the problem of thermoelasticity - based on the discretization schemes, which were already proposed by the authors and taken from the previously published work. Numerical modeling is used to examine wave propagation primarily in the vicinity of a notch. Both displacement and temperature fields are sought in the investigated case study.

  20. Fast computation of synthetic seismograms within a medium containing remote localized perturbations: A numerical solution to the scattering problem

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    Masson, Yder; Romanowicz, Barbara

    2016-11-01

    We derive a fast discrete solution to the scattering problem. This solution allows us to compute accurate synthetic seismograms or waveforms for arbitrary locations of sources and receivers within a medium containing localized perturbations. The key to efficiency is that wave propagation modeling does not need to be carried out in the entire volume that encompasses the sources and the receivers but only within the sub-volume containing the perturbations or scatterers. The proposed solution has important applications, for example, it permits the imaging of remote targets located in regions where no sources or receivers are present. Our solution relies on domain decomposition: within a small volume that contains the scatterers, wave propagation is modeled numerically, while in the surrounding volume, where the medium isn't perturbed, the response is obtained through wavefield extrapolation. The originality of this work is the derivation of discrete formulas for representation theorems and Kirchhoff-Helmholtz integrals that naturally adapt to the numerical scheme employed for modeling wave propagation. Our solution applies, for example, to finite difference methods or finite/spectral elements methods. The synthetic seismograms obtained with our solution can be considered "exact" as the total numerical error is comparable to that of the method employed for modeling wave propagation. We detail a basic implementation of our solution in the acoustic case using the finite difference method and present numerical examples that demonstrate the accuracy of the method. We show that ignoring some terms accounting for higher order scattering effects in our solution has a limited effect on the computed seismograms and significantly reduces the computational effort. Finally, we show that our solution can be used to compute localised sensitivity kernels and we discuss applications to target oriented imaging. Extension to the elastic case is straightforward and summarised in a

  1. Numerical study of bifurcation solutions of spherical Taylor-Couette flow

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    袁礼; 傅德薰; 马延文

    1996-01-01

    The steady bifurcation flows in a spherical gap (gap ratio =0.18) with rotating inner and stationary outer spheres are simulated numerically for Recidepends mainly on the acceleration, but that of one-vortex flow also depends on the perturbation breaking the equatorial symmetry. The mechanism of development of a saddle point in the meridional plane at higher Re number and its role in the formation of two-vortex flow are analy2Ed.

  2. Temperature field due to time-dependent heat sources in a large rectangular grid - Derivation of analytical solution

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    Claesson, J.; Probert, T. [Lund Univ. (Sweden). Dept. of Building Physics and Mathematical Physics

    1996-01-01

    The temperature field in rock due to a large rectangular grid of heat releasing canisters containing nuclear waste is studied. The solution is by superposition divided into different parts. There is a global temperature field due to the large rectangular canister area, while a local field accounts for the remaining heat source problem. The global field is reduced to a single integral. The local field is also solved analytically using solutions for a finite line heat source and for an infinite grid of point sources. The local solution is reduced to three parts, each of which depends on two spatial coordinates only. The temperatures at the envelope of a canister are given by a single thermal resistance, which is given by an explicit formula. The results are illustrated by a few numerical examples dealing with the KBS-3 concept for storage of nuclear waste. 8 refs.

  3. SOLA-DM: A numerical solution algorithm for transient three-dimensional flows

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    Wilson, T.L.; Nichols, B.D.; Hirt, C.W.; Stein, L.R.

    1988-02-01

    SOLA-DM is a three-dimensional time-explicit, finite-difference, Eulerian, fluid-dynamics computer code for solving the time-dependent incompressible Navier-Stokes equations. The solution algorithm (SOLA) evolved from the marker-and-cell (MAC) method, and the code is highly vectorized for efficient performance on a Cray computer. The computational domain is discretized by a mesh of parallelepiped cells in either cartesian or cylindrical geometry. The primary hydrodynamic variables for approximating the solution of the momentum equations are cell-face-centered velocity components and cell-centered pressures. Spatial accuracy is selected by the user to be first or second order; the time differencing is first-order accurate. The incompressibility condition results in an elliptic equation for pressure that is solved by a conjugate gradient method. Boundary conditions of five general types may be chosen: free-slip, no-slip, continuative, periodic, and specified pressure. In addition, internal mesh specifications to model obstacles and walls are provided. SOLA-DM also solves the equations for discrete particle dynamics, permitting the transport of marker particles or other solid particles through the fluid to be modeled. 7 refs., 7 figs.

  4. Longitudinal dispersion coefficients for numerical modeling of groundwater solute transport in heterogeneous formations.

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    Lee, Jonghyun; Rolle, Massimo; Kitanidis, Peter K

    2017-09-15

    Most recent research on hydrodynamic dispersion in porous media has focused on whole-domain dispersion while other research is largely on laboratory-scale dispersion. This work focuses on the contribution of a single block in a numerical model to dispersion. Variability of fluid velocity and concentration within a block is not resolved and the combined spreading effect is approximated using resolved quantities and macroscopic parameters. This applies whether the formation is modeled as homogeneous or discretized into homogeneous blocks but the emphasis here being on the latter. The process of dispersion is typically described through the Fickian model, i.e., the dispersive flux is proportional to the gradient of the resolved concentration, commonly with the Scheidegger parameterization, which is a particular way to compute the dispersion coefficients utilizing dispersivity coefficients. Although such parameterization is by far the most commonly used in solute transport applications, its validity has been questioned. Here, our goal is to investigate the effects of heterogeneity and mass transfer limitations on block-scale longitudinal dispersion and to evaluate under which conditions the Scheidegger parameterization is valid. We compute the relaxation time or memory of the system; changes in time with periods larger than the relaxation time are gradually leading to a condition of local equilibrium under which dispersion is Fickian. The method we use requires the solution of a steady-state advection-dispersion equation, and thus is computationally efficient, and applicable to any heterogeneous hydraulic conductivity K field without requiring statistical or structural assumptions. The method was validated by comparing with other approaches such as the moment analysis and the first order perturbation method. We investigate the impact of heterogeneity, both in degree and structure, on the longitudinal dispersion coefficient and then discuss the role of local dispersion

  5. Numerical solutions of matrix Riccati equations for radiative transfer in a plane-parallel geometry

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    Chang, Hung-Wen; Wu, Tso-Lun

    1997-01-01

    In this paper, we conduct numerical experiments with matrix Riccati equations (MREs) which describe the reflection ( R) and transmission ( T) matrices of the specific intensities in a layer containing randomly distributed scattering particles. The theoretical formulation of MREs is discussed in our previous paper where we show that R and T for a thick layer can be efficiently computed by successively doubling R and T matrices for a thin layer (with small optical thickness 0959-7174/7/1/010/img1). We can compute 0959-7174/7/1/010/img2 and 0959-7174/7/1/010/img3 very accurately using either a fourth-order Runge - Kutta scheme or the fourth-order iterative solution. The differences between these results and those computed by the eigenmode expansion technique (EMET) are very small (< 0.1%). Although the MRE formulation cannot be extended to handle the inhomogeneous term (source term) in the differential equation, we show that the force term can be reformulated as an equivalent boundary condition which is consistent with MRE methods. MRE methods offer an alternative way of solving plane-parallel radiative transport problems. For large problems that do not fit into computer memory, the MRE method provides a significant reduction in computer memory and computational time.

  6. Surface boundary conditions for the numerical solution of the Euler equations

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    Dadone, A.; Grossman, B.

    1993-01-01

    We consider the implementation of boundary conditions at solid walls in inviscid Euler solutions by upwind, finite-volume methods. We review some current methods for the implementation of surface boundary conditions and examine their behavior for the problem of an oblique shock reflecting off a planar surface. We show the importance of characteristic boundary conditions for this problem and introduce a method of applying the classical flux-difference splitting of Roe as a characteristic boundary condition. Consideration of the equivalent problem of the intersection of two (equal and opposite) oblique shocks was very illuminating on the role of surface boundary conditions for an inviscid flow and led to the introduction of two new boundary-condition procedures, denoted as the symmetry technique and the curvature-corrected symmetry technique. Examples of the effects of the various surface boundary conditions considered are presented for the supersonic blunt body problem and the subcritical compressible flow over a circular cylinder. Dramatic advantages of the curvature-corrected symmetry technique over the other methods are shown, with regard to numerical entropy generation, total pressure loss, drag and grid convergence.

  7. Numerical solutions for unsteady rotating high-porosity medium channel Couette hydrodynamics

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    Zueco, Joaquin; Bég, O. Anwar; Bég, Tasveer A.

    2009-09-01

    We investigate theoretically and numerically the unsteady, viscous, incompressible, hydrodynamic, Newtonian Couette flow in a Darcy-Forchheimer porous medium parallel-plate channel rotating with uniform angular velocity about an axis normal to the plates. The upper plate is translating at uniform velocity with the lower plate stationary. The two-dimensional reduced Navier-Stokes equations are transformed to a pair of nonlinear dimensionless momentum equations, neglecting convective inertial terms. The network simulation method, based on a thermoelectric analogy, is employed to solve the transformed dimensionless partial differential equations under prescribed boundary conditions. We examine here graphically the effect of Ekman number, Forchheimer number and Darcy number on the shear stresses at the plates over time. Excellent agreement is also obtained for the infinite permeability i.e. purely fluid (vanishing porous medium) case (Da→∞) with the analytical solutions of Guria et al (2006 Int. J. Nonlinear Mechanics 41 838-43). Backflow is observed in certain cases. Increasing Ekman number, Ek (corresponding to decreasing Coriolis force) is found to accentuate the primary shear stress component (τx) considerably but to reduce magnitudes of the secondary shear stress component (τy). The flow is also found to be accelerated generally with increasing Darcy number and decelerated with increasing Forchheimer number. The present model has applications in geophysical flows, chemical engineering systems and also fundamental studies in fluid dynamics.

  8. Governing equations and numerical solutions of tension leg platform with finite amplitude motion

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    ZENG Xiao-hui; SHEN Xiao-peng; WU Ying-xiang

    2007-01-01

    It is demonstrated that when tension leg platform (TLP) moves with finite amplitude in waves, the inertia force, the drag force and the buoyancy acting on the platform are nonlinear functions of the response of TLP. The tensions of the tethers are also nonlinear functions of the displacement of TLP. Then the displacement, the velocity and the acceleration of TLP should be taken into account when loads are calculated. In addition, equations of motions should be set up on the instantaneous position. A theoretical model for analyzing the nonlinear behavior of a TLP with finite displacement is developed, in which multifold nonlinearities are taken into account, i.e., finite displacement, coupling of the six degrees of freedom, instantaneous position, instantaneous wet surface, free surface effects and viscous drag force. Based on the theoretical model, the comprehensive nonlinear differential equations are deduced. Then the nonlinear dynamic analysis of ISSC TLP in regular waves is performed in the time domain. The degenerative linear solution of the proposed nonlinear model is verified with existing published one.Furthermore, numerical results are presented, which illustrate that nonlinearities exert a significant influence on the dynamic responses of the TLP.

  9. Accretion-Powered Stellar Winds II: Numerical Solutions for Stellar Wind Torques

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    Matt, Sean

    2008-01-01

    [Abridged] In order to explain the slow rotation observed in a large fraction of accreting pre-main-sequence stars (CTTSs), we explore the role of stellar winds in torquing down the stars. For this mechanism to be effective, the stellar winds need to have relatively high outflow rates, and thus would likely be powered by the accretion process itself. Here, we use numerical magnetohydrodynamical simulations to compute detailed 2-dimensional (axisymmetric) stellar wind solutions, in order to determine the spin down torque on the star. We explore a range of parameters relevant for CTTSs, including variations in the stellar mass, radius, spin rate, surface magnetic field strength, the mass loss rate, and wind acceleration rate. We also consider both dipole and quadrupole magnetic field geometries. Our simulations indicate that the stellar wind torque is of sufficient magnitude to be important for spinning down a ``typical'' CTTS, for a mass loss rate of $\\sim 10^{-9} M_\\odot$ yr$^{-1}$. The winds are wide-angle, ...

  10. Exact solution of a quantum forced time-dependent harmonic oscillator

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    Yeon, Kyu Hwang; George, Thomas F.; Um, Chung IN

    1992-01-01

    The Schrodinger equation is used to exactly evaluate the propagator, wave function, energy expectation values, uncertainty values, and coherent state for a harmonic oscillator with a time dependent frequency and an external driving time dependent force. These quantities represent the solution of the classical equation of motion for the time dependent harmonic oscillator.

  11. Exact solutions of Feinberg–Horodecki equation for time-dependent anharmonic oscillator

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    P K Bera; Tapas Sil

    2013-01-01

    In this work, an alternative treatment known as Nikiforov–Uvarov (NU) method is proposed to find the exact solutions of the Feinberg–Horodecki equation for the time-dependent potentials. The present procedure is illustrated with two examples: (1) time-dependent Wei Hua oscillator, (2) time-dependent Manning–Rosen potential.

  12. Numerical solution to the problem of variational assimilation of operational observational data on the ocean surface temperature

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    Agoshkov, V. I.; Lebedev, S. A.; Parmuzin, E. I.

    2009-02-01

    The problem of variational assimilation of satellite observational data on the ocean surface temperature is formulated and numerically investigated in order to reconstruct surface heat fluxes with the use of the global three-dimensional model of ocean hydrothermodynamics developed at the Institute of Numerical Mathematics, Russian Academy of Sciences (INM RAS), and observational data close to the data actually observed in specified time intervals. The algorithms of the numerical solution to the problem are elaborated and substantiated, and the data assimilation block is developed and incorporated into the global three-dimensional model. Numerical experiments are carried out with the use of the Indian Ocean water area as an example. The data on the ocean surface temperature over the year 2000 are used as observational data. Numerical experiments confirm the theoretical conclusions obtained and demonstrate the expediency of combining the model with a block of assimilating operational observational data on the surface temperature.

  13. Analytical-numerical solution of a nonlinear integrodifferential equation in econometrics

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    Kakhktsyan, V. M.; Khachatryan, A. Kh.

    2013-07-01

    A mixed problem for a nonlinear integrodifferential equation arising in econometrics is considered. An analytical-numerical method is proposed for solving the problem. Some numerical results are presented.

  14. A numerical study of fluids with pressure dependent viscosity flowing through a rigid porous media

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    Nakshatrala, K B

    2009-01-01

    In this paper we consider modifications to Darcy's equation wherein the drag coefficient is a function of pressure, which is a realistic model for technological applications like enhanced oil recovery and geological carbon sequestration. We first outline the approximations behind Darcy's equation and the modifications that we propose to Darcy's equation, and derive the governing equations through a systematic approach using mixture theory. We then propose a stabilized mixed finite element formulation for the modified Darcy's equation. To solve the resulting nonlinear equations we present a solution procedure based on the consistent Newton-Raphson method. We solve representative test problems to illustrate the performance of the proposed stabilized formulation. One of the objectives of this paper is also to show that the dependence of viscosity on the pressure can have a significant effect both on the qualitative and quantitative nature of the solution.

  15. Construction of exact Ermakov-Pinney solutions and time-dependent quantum oscillators

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    Kim, Sang Pyo; Kim, Won

    2016-11-01

    The harmonic oscillator with a time-dependent frequency has a family of linear quantum invariants for the time-dependent Schrödinger equation, which are determined by any two independent solutions to the classical equation of motion. Ermakov and Pinney have shown that a general solution to the time-dependent oscillator with an inverse cubic term can be expressed in terms of two independent solutions to the time-dependent oscillator. We explore the connection between linear quantum invariants and the Ermakov-Pinney solution for the time-dependent harmonic oscillator. We advance a novel method to construct Ermakov-Pinney solutions to a class of time-dependent oscillators and the wave functions for the time-dependent Schrödinger equation. We further show that the first and the second Pöschl-Teller potentials belong to a special class of exact time-dependent oscillators. A perturbation method is proposed for any slowly-varying time-dependent frequency.

  16. Global strong solution to compressible Navier-Stokes equations with density dependent viscosity and temperature dependent heat conductivity

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    Duan, Ran; Guo, Ai; Zhu, Changjiang

    2017-04-01

    We obtain existence and uniqueness of global strong solution to one-dimensional compressible Navier-Stokes equations for ideal polytropic gas flow, with density dependent viscosity and temperature dependent heat conductivity under stress-free and thermally insulated boundary conditions. Here we assume viscosity coefficient μ (ρ) = 1 +ρα and heat conductivity coefficient κ (θ) =θβ for all α ∈ [ 0 , ∞) and β ∈ (0 , + ∞).

  17. Quantum transport in one-dimensional systems via a master equation approach: Numerics and an exact solution

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    Marko Žnidarič

    2011-11-01

    We discuss recent findings about properties of quantum nonequilibrium steady states. In particular we focus on transport properties. It is shown that the time-dependent density matrix renormalization method can be used successfully to find a stationary solution of Lindblad master equation. Furthermore, for a specific model an exact solution is presented.

  18. Method of independent timesteps in the numerical solution of initial value problems

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    Porter, A.P.

    1976-07-21

    In the numerical solution of initial-value problems in several independent variables, the timestep is controlled, especially in the presence of shocks, by a small portion of the logical mesh, what one may call the crisis zone. One is frustrated by the necessity of doing in the whole mesh frequent calculations required by only a small part of the mesh. It is shown that it is possible to choose different timesteps natural to different parts of the mesh and to advance each zone in time only as often as is appropriate to that zone's own natural timestep. Prior work is reviewed and for the first time an investigation of the conditions for well-posedness, consistency and stability in independent timesteps is presented; a new method results. The prochronic and parachronic Cauchy surfaces are identified; and the reasons (well-posedness) for constraining the Cauchy surfaces to be prochronic (as distinct from the method of Grandey), that is, to lie prior to the time of the crisis zone (the zone of least timestep), are indicated. Stability (in the maximum norm) of parabolic equations and (in the L2 norm) of hyperbolic equations is reviewed, without restricting the treatment to linear equations or constant coefficients, and stability of the new method is proven in this framework. The details of the method of independent timesteps, the rules for choosing timesteps and for deciding when to update and when to skip zones, and the method of joining adjacent regions of differing timestep are described. The stability of independent timestep difference schemes is analyzed and exhibited. The economic advantages of the method, which often amount to an order-of-magnitude decrease in running time relative to conventional or implicit difference methods, are noted.

  19. POSITIVE PERIODIC SOLUTIONS TO NEUTRAL RATIO-DEPENDENT PREDATOR-PREY SYSTEM

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    2012-01-01

    Using Mawhin's continuation theorem of coincidence degree theory,the existenceof periodic solutions to a neutral ratio-dependent predator-prey system is considered.The results in this paper generalize the corresponding results of the known literature.

  20. Dependence of shear wave seismoelectrics on soil textures: a numerical study in the vadose zone

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    Zyserman, F. I.; Monachesi, L. B.; Jouniaux, L.

    2017-02-01

    In this work, we study seismoelectric conversions generated in the vadose zone, when this region is traversed by a pure SH wave. We assume that the soil is a 1-D partially saturated lossy porous medium and we use the van Genuchten's constitutive model to describe the water saturation profile. Correspondingly, we extend Pride's formulation to deal with partially saturated media. In order to evaluate the influence of different soil textures we perform a numerical analysis considering, among other relevant properties, the electrokinetic coupling, coseismic responses and interface responses (IRs). We propose new analytical transfer functions for the electric and magnetic field as a function of the water saturation, modifying those of Bordes et al. and Garambois & Dietrich, respectively. Further, we introduce two substantially different saturation-dependent functions into the electrokinetic (EK) coupling linking the poroelastic and the electromagnetic wave equations. The numerical results show that the electric field IRs markedly depend on the soil texture and the chosen EK coupling model, and are several orders of magnitude stronger than the electric field coseismic ones. We also found that the IRs of the water table for the silty and clayey soils are stronger than those for the sandy soils, assuming a non-monotonous saturation dependence of the EK coupling, which takes into account the charged air-water interface. These IRs have been interpreted as the result of the jump in the viscous electric current density at the water table. The amplitude of the IR is obtained using a plane SH wave, neglecting both the spherical spreading and the restriction of its origin to the first Fresnel zone, effects that could lower the predicted values. However, we made an estimation of the expected electric field IR amplitudes detectable in the field by means of the analytical transfer functions, accounting for spherical spreading of the SH seismic waves. This prediction yields a value

  1. Numerical solution of two dimensional coupled viscous Burger equation using modified cubic B-spline differential quadrature method

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    H. S. Shukla

    2014-11-01

    Full Text Available In this paper, a numerical solution of two dimensional nonlinear coupled viscous Burger equation is discussed with appropriate initial and boundary conditions using the modified cubic B-spline differential quadrature method. In this method, the weighting coefficients are computed using the modified cubic B-spline as a basis function in the differential quadrature method. Thus, the coupled Burger equation is reduced into a system of ordinary differential equations. An optimal five stage and fourth-order strong stability preserving Runge–Kutta scheme is applied for solving the resulting system of ordinary differential equations. The accuracy of the scheme is illustrated by taking two numerical examples. Computed results are compared with the exact solutions and other results available in literature. Obtained numerical result shows that the described method is efficient and reliable scheme for solving two dimensional coupled viscous Burger equation.

  2. A time dependent solution for the operation of ion chambers in a high ionization background

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    Velissaris, C

    2005-01-01

    We have derived a time dependent solution describing the development of space charge inside an ion chamber subjected to an externally caused ionization rate N. The solution enables the derivation of a formula that the operational parameters of the chamber must satisfy for saturation free operation. This formula contains a correction factor to account for the finite duration of the ionization rate N.

  3. On almost periodic solutions of logistic delay differential equations with almost periodic time dependence

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    Yuan, Rong

    2007-06-01

    In this paper, we study almost periodic logistic delay differential equations. The existence and module of almost periodic solutions are investigated. In particular, we extend some results of Seifert in [G. Seifert, Almost periodic solutions of certain differential equations with piecewise constant delays and almost periodic time dependence, J. Differential Equations 164 (2000) 451-458].

  4. An Analytical Method of Auxiliary Sources Solution for Plane Wave Scattering by Impedance Cylinders - A Reference Solution for the Numerical Method of Auxiliary Sources

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    Larsen, Niels Vesterdal; Breinbjerg, Olav

    2004-01-01

    To facilitate the validation of the numerical Method of Auxiliary Sources an analytical Method of Auxiliary Sources solution is derived in this paper. The Analytical solution is valid for transverse magnetic, and electric, plane wave scattering by circular impedance Cylinders, and it is derived...... by transformation of the exact eigenfunction series solution. The transformation employs the Hankel function wave transformation to express the eigenfunction series of higher-order Hankel functions, with their singularities at the coordinate system origin as a superposition of zero-order Hankel functions...... with their singularities at different positions away from the origin. The transformation necessitates a truncation of the wave transformation but the inaccuracy introduced hereby is shown to be negligible. The analytical Method of Auxiliary Sources solution is employed as a reference to investigate the accuracy...

  5. Numerical Examination of the Stability of an Exact Two-dimensional Solution for Flux Pile-up Magnetic Reconnection

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    Hirose, S; Tanuma, S; Shibata, K; Takahashi, M; Tanigawa, T; Sasaqui, T; Noro, A; Uehara, K; Takahashi, K; Taniguchi, T

    2003-01-01

    The Kelvin-Helmholtz (KH) and tearing instabilities are likely to be important for the process of fast magnetic reconnection that is believed to explain the observed explosive energy release in solar flares. Theoretical studies of the instabilities, however, typically invoke simplified initial magnetic and velocity fields that are not solutions of the governing magnetohydrodynamic (MHD) equations. In the present study, the stability of a reconnecting current sheet is examined using a class of exact global MHD solutions for steady state incompressible magnetic reconnection (Craig & Henton 1995). Numerical simulation indicates that the outflow solutions where the current sheet is formed by strong shearing flows are subject to the KH instability. The inflow solutions where a fast and weakly sheared inflow leads to a strong magnetic field pile-up at the entrance to the sheet are shown to be tearing unstable. Although the observed instability of the solutions can be interpreted qualitatively by applying standa...

  6. New exact solutions of nonlinear Gross-Pitaevskii equation with weak bias magnetic and time-dependent laser fields

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    Li Hua-Mei

    2005-01-01

    By using the mapping method and an appropriate transformation, we find new exact solutions of nonlinear Gross-Pitaevskii equation with weak bias magnetic and time-dependent laser fields. The solutions obtained in this paper include Jacobian elliptic function solutions, combined Jacobian elliptic function solutions , triangular function solutions, bright and dark solitons, and soliton-like solutions.

  7. Some strange numerical solutions of the non-stationary Navier-Stokes equations in pipes

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    Rummler, B.

    2001-07-01

    A general class of boundary-pressure-driven flows of incompressible Newtonian fluids in three-dimensional pipes with known steady laminar realizations is investigated. Considering the laminar velocity as a 3D-vector-function of the cross-section-circle arguments, we fix the scale for the velocity by the L{sub 2}-norm of the laminar velocity. The usual new variables are introduced to get dimension-free Navier-Stokes equations. The characteristic physical and geometrical quantities are subsumed in the energetic Reynolds number Re and a parameter {psi}, which involves the energetic ratio and the directions of the boundary-driven part and the pressure-driven part of the laminar flow. The solution of non-stationary dimension-free Navier-Stokes equations is sought in the form u=u{sub L}+u, where u{sub L} is the scaled laminar velocity and periodical conditions in center-line-direction are prescribed for u. An autonomous system (S) of ordinary differential equations for the time-dependent coefficients of the spatial Stokes eigenfunction is got by application of the Galerkin-method to the dimension-free Navier-Stokes equations for u. The finite-dimensional approximations u{sub N({lambda}}{sub )} of u are defined in the usual way. (orig.)

  8. On the Numerical Solution of One-Dimensional Integral and Differential Equations

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    1991-12-01

    Conditioned Weights 57 3.5 The Analytical Apparatus for Singular Solutions ................... 58 3.5.1 Notation...Algorithm for Singular Solutions .................. 81 3.7.1 Notation ........ .................................. 82 3.7.2 Discretization of the...Restricted Integral Equations ............. 84 3.7.3 Informal Description of the Algorithm for Singular Solutions . . .. 85 3.8 Description of the

  9. Solution of 3-dimensional time-dependent viscous flows. Part 3: Application to turbulent and unsteady flows

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    Weinberg, B. C.; Mcdonald, H.

    1982-01-01

    A numerical scheme is developed for solving the time dependent, three dimensional compressible viscous flow equations to be used as an aid in the design of helicopter rotors. In order to further investigate the numerical procedure, the computer code developed to solve an approximate form of the three dimensional unsteady Navier-Stokes equations employing a linearized block implicit technique in conjunction with a QR operator scheme is tested. Results of calculations are presented for several two dimensional boundary layer flows including steady turbulent and unsteady laminar cases. A comparison of fourth order and second order solutions indicate that increased accuracy can be obtained without any significant increases in cost (run time). The results of the computations also indicate that the computer code can be applied to more complex flows such as those encountered on rotating airfoils. The geometry of a symmetric NACA four digit airfoil is considered and the appropriate geometrical properties are computed.

  10. Numerical investigation of time-dependent cloud cavitating flow around a hydrofoil

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    Zhang De-Sheng

    2016-01-01

    Full Text Available Time-dependent cloud cavitation around the 2-D Clark-Y hydrofoil was investigated in this paper based on an improved filter based model and a density correction method. The filter-scale in filter based model simulation was discussed and validated according to the grid size. Numerical results show that in the transition from sheet cavitation to cloud cavitation, the sheet cavity grows slowly to the maximum length during the re-entrant jet develops. The mild shedding bubble cluster convects downwards the hydrofoil and continues to grow up after detaching from the suction surface of hydrofoil, and a bubble cluster introduced at the rear part of hydrofoil. While the sheet cavity generates, the bubble cluster breakups.

  11. Asymptotic Derivation and Numerical Investigation of Time-Dependent Simplified Pn Equations

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    Olbrant, E; Frank, M; Seibold, B

    2012-01-01

    The steady-state simplified Pn (SPn) approximations to the linear Boltzmann equation have been proven to be asymptotically higher-order corrections to the diffusion equation in certain physical systems. In this paper, we present an asymptotic analysis for the time-dependent simplified Pn equations up to n = 3. Additionally, SPn equations of arbitrary order are derived in an ad hoc way. The resulting SPn equations are hyperbolic and differ from those investigated in a previous work by some of the authors. In two space dimensions, numerical calculations for the Pn and SPn equations are performed. We simulate neutron distributions of a moving rod and present results for a benchmark problem, known as the checkerboard problem. The SPn equations are demonstrated to yield significantly more accurate results than diffusion approximations. In addition, for sufficiently low values of n, they are shown to be more efficient than Pn models of comparable cost.

  12. A numerical investigation of oxygen concentration dependence on biodegradation rate laws in vapor intrusion.

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    Yao, Yijun; Shen, Rui; Pennel, Kelly G; Suuberg, Eric M

    2013-12-01

    In subsurface vapor intrusion, aerobic biodegradation has been considered as a major environmental factor that determines the soil gas concentration attenuation factors for contaminants such as petroleum hydrocarbons. The site investigation has shown that oxygen can play an important role in this biodegradation rate, and this paper explores the influence of oxygen concentration on biodegradation reactions included in vapor intrusion (VI) models. Two different three dimensional (3-D) numerical models of vapor intrusion were explored for their sensitivity to the form of the biodegradation rate law. A second order biodegradation rate law, explicitly including oxygen concentration dependence, was introduced into one model. The results indicate that the aerobic/anoxic interface depth is determined by the ratio of contaminant source vapor to atmospheric oxygen concentration, and that the contaminant concentration profile in the aerobic zone was significantly influenced by the choice of rate law.

  13. Numerical solutions and solitary wave solutions of fractional KDV equations using modified fractional reduced differential transform method

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    Saha Ray, S.

    2013-12-01

    In this paper, the modified fractional reduced differential transform method (MFRDTM) has been proposed and it is implemented for solving fractional KdV (Korteweg-de Vries) equations. The fractional derivatives are described in the Caputo sense. In this paper, the reduced differential transform method is modified to be easily employed to solve wide kinds of nonlinear fractional differential equations. In this new approach, the nonlinear term is replaced by its Adomian polynomials. Thus the nonlinear initial-value problem can be easily solved with less computational effort. In order to show the power and effectiveness of the present modified method and to illustrate the pertinent features of the solutions, several fractional KdV equations with different types of nonlinearities are considered. The results reveal that the proposed method is very effective and simple for obtaining approximate solutions of fractional KdV equations.

  14. Classical Solutions of Path-Dependent PDEs and Functional Forward-Backward Stochastic Systems

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    Shaolin Ji

    2013-01-01

    Full Text Available In this paper we study the relationship between functional forward-backward stochastic systems and path-dependent PDEs. In the framework of functional Itô calculus, we introduce a path-dependent PDE and prove that its solution is uniquely determined by a functional forward-backward stochastic system.

  15. Numerical solutions of a control problem governed by functional differential equations

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    Banks, H. T.; Thrift, P. R.; Burns, J. A.; Cliff, E. M.

    1978-01-01

    A numerical procedure is proposed for solving optimal control problems governed by linear retarded functional differential equations. The procedure is based on the idea of 'averaging approximations', due to Banks and Burns (1975). For illustration, numerical results generated on an IBM 370/158 computer, which demonstrate the rapid convergence of the method are presented.

  16. Numerical Solution of Fuzzy Differential Equations by Runge-Kutta Verner Method

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    T. Jayakumar

    2015-01-01

    Full Text Available In this paper we study the numerical methods for Fuzzy Differential equations by an application of the Runge-Kutta Verner method for fuzzy differential equations. We prove a convergence result and give numerical examples to illustrate the theory.

  17. Numerical solution of integral equations, describing mass spectrum of vector mesons

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    Zhidkov, E.P.; Nikonov, E.G.; Sidorov, A.V.; Skachkov, N.B.; Khoromskiy, B.N.

    1988-09-22

    The description of the numerical algorithm for solving quazipotential integral equation in impulse space is presented. The results of numerical computations of the vector meson mass spectrum and the lepton decay width are given in comparison with the experimental data. 6 refs., 4 tabs.

  18. Numerical solutions of the macroscopic Maxwell equations for scattering by non-spherical particles: A tutorial review

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    Kahnert, Michael

    2016-07-01

    Numerical solution methods for electromagnetic scattering by non-spherical particles comprise a variety of different techniques, which can be traced back to different assumptions and solution strategies applied to the macroscopic Maxwell equations. One can distinguish between time- and frequency-domain methods; further, one can divide numerical techniques into finite-difference methods (which are based on approximating the differential operators), separation-of-variables methods (which are based on expanding the solution in a complete set of functions, thus approximating the fields), and volume integral-equation methods (which are usually solved by discretisation of the target volume and invoking the long-wave approximation in each volume cell). While existing reviews of the topic often tend to have a target audience of program developers and expert users, this tutorial review is intended to accommodate the needs of practitioners as well as novices to the field. The required conciseness is achieved by limiting the presentation to a selection of illustrative methods, and by omitting many technical details that are not essential at a first exposure to the subject. On the other hand, the theoretical basis of numerical methods is explained with little compromises in mathematical rigour; the rationale is that a good grasp of numerical light scattering methods is best achieved by understanding their foundation in Maxwell's theory.

  19. Dynamical approach study of spurious steady-state numerical solutions of nonlinear differential equations. Part 1: The ODE connection and its implications for algorithm development in computational fluid dynamics

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    Yee, H. C.; Sweby, P. K.; Griffiths, D. F.

    1990-01-01

    Spurious stable as well as unstable steady state numerical solutions, spurious asymptotic numerical solutions of higher period, and even stable chaotic behavior can occur when finite difference methods are used to solve nonlinear differential equations (DE) numerically. The occurrence of spurious asymptotes is independent of whether the DE possesses a unique steady state or has additional periodic solutions and/or exhibits chaotic phenomena. The form of the nonlinear DEs and the type of numerical schemes are the determining factor. In addition, the occurrence of spurious steady states is not restricted to the time steps that are beyond the linearized stability limit of the scheme. In many instances, it can occur below the linearized stability limit. Therefore, it is essential for practitioners in computational sciences to be knowledgeable about the dynamical behavior of finite difference methods for nonlinear scalar DEs before the actual application of these methods to practical computations. It is also important to change the traditional way of thinking and practices when dealing with genuinely nonlinear problems. In the past, spurious asymptotes were observed in numerical computations but tended to be ignored because they all were assumed to lie beyond the linearized stability limits of the time step parameter delta t. As can be seen from the study, bifurcations to and from spurious asymptotic solutions and transitions to computational instability not only are highly scheme dependent and problem dependent, but also initial data and boundary condition dependent, and not limited to time steps that are beyond the linearized stability limit.

  20. Dynamical approach study of spurious steady-state numerical solutions of nonlinear differential equations. I - The dynamics of time discretization and its implications for algorithm development in computational fluid dynamics

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    Yee, H. C.; Sweby, P. K.; Griffiths, D. F.

    1991-01-01

    Spurious stable as well as unstable steady state numerical solutions, spurious asymptotic numerical solutions of higher period, and even stable chaotic behavior can occur when finite difference methods are used to solve nonlinear differential equations (DE) numerically. The occurrence of spurious asymptotes is independent of whether the DE possesses a unique steady state or has additional periodic solutions and/or exhibits chaotic phenomena. The form of the nonlinear DEs and the type of numerical schemes are the determining factor. In addition, the occurrence of spurious steady states is not restricted to the time steps that are beyond the linearized stability limit of the scheme. In many instances, it can occur below the linearized stability limit. Therefore, it is essential for practitioners in computational sciences to be knowledgeable about the dynamical behavior of finite difference methods for nonlinear scalar DEs before the actual application of these methods to practical computations. It is also important to change the traditional way of thinking and practices when dealing with genuinely nonlinear problems. In the past, spurious asymptotes were observed in numerical computations but tended to be ignored because they all were assumed to lie beyond the linearized stability limits of the time step parameter delta t. As can be seen from the study, bifurcations to and from spurious asymptotic solutions and transitions to computational instability not only are highly scheme dependent and problem dependent, but also initial data and boundary condition dependent, and not limited to time steps that are beyond the linearized stability limit.

  1. Numerical Solution of Stokes Flow in a Circular Cavity Using Mesh-free Local RBF-DQ

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    Kutanaai, S Soleimani; Roshan, Naeem; Vosoughi, A;

    2012-01-01

    This work reports the results of a numerical investigation of Stokes flow problem in a circular cavity as an irregular geometry using mesh-free local radial basis function-based differential quadrature (RBF-DQ) method. This method is the combination of differential quadrature approximation...... is applied on a two-dimensional geometry. The obtained results from the numerical simulations are compared with those gained by previous works. Outcomes prove that the current technique is in very good agreement with previous investigations and this fact that RBF-DQ method is an accurate and flexible method...... in solution of partial differential equations (PDEs)....

  2. Numerical solutions of boundary value problems for variable coefficient generalized KdV equations using Lie symmetries

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    Vaneeva, O. O.; Papanicolaou, N. C.; Christou, M. A.; Sophocleous, C.

    2014-09-01

    The exhaustive group classification of a class of variable coefficient generalized KdV equations is presented, which completes and enhances results existing in the literature. Lie symmetries are used for solving an initial and boundary value problem for certain subclasses of the above class. Namely, the found Lie symmetries are applied in order to reduce the initial and boundary value problem for the generalized KdV equations (which are PDEs) to an initial value problem for nonlinear third-order ODEs. The latter problem is solved numerically using the finite difference method. Numerical solutions are computed and the vast parameter space is studied.

  3. Numerical solutions of Einstein's equations for cosmological spacetimes with spatial topology S3 and symmetry group U(1)

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    Beyer, Florian; Frauendiener, Jörg

    2015-01-01

    We apply a single patch pseudo-spectral scheme based on integer spin-weighted spherical harmonics presented in [1, 2] to Einstein's equations. The particular hyperbolic reduction of Einstein's equations which we use is obtained by a covariant version of the generalized harmonic formalism and Geroch's symmetry reduction. In this paper we focus on spacetimes with a spatial S3-topology and symmetry group U(1). We discuss analytical and numerical issues related to our implementation. As a test, we reproduce numerically exact inhomogeneous cosmological solutions of the vacuum Einstein field equations obtained in [3].

  4. Numerical Solution of Nonlinear Fredholm Integro-Differential Equations Using Spectral Homotopy Analysis Method

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    Z. Pashazadeh Atabakan

    2013-01-01

    Full Text Available Spectral homotopy analysis method (SHAM as a modification of homotopy analysis method (HAM is applied to obtain solution of high-order nonlinear Fredholm integro-differential problems. The existence and uniqueness of the solution and convergence of the proposed method are proved. Some examples are given to approve the efficiency and the accuracy of the proposed method. The SHAM results show that the proposed approach is quite reasonable when compared to homotopy analysis method, Lagrange interpolation solutions, and exact solutions.

  5. Application of a space-time CE/SE (Conversation Element/Solution Element) method to the numerical solution of chromatographic separation processes

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    For solving partial differential equations (or distributed dynamic systems), the method of lines (MOL) and the space-time conservation element and solution element (CE/SE) method are compared in terms of computational efficiency, solution accuracy and stability. Several representative examples...... including convection-difmsion-reaction PDEs are numerically solved using the two methods on the same spatial grid. Even though the CE/SE method uses a simple stencil structure and is developed on a simple mathematical basis (i.e., Gauss' divergence theorem), accurate and computationally-efficient solutions....... It is concluded that the CE/SE method is adequate to capturing shocks in PDEs but for diffusion-dominated stiff PDEs, the MOL with an ODE time integrator is complementary to the CE/SE method....

  6. Dependence on Initial Conditions in a Numerical Model of River Network Formation

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    Poore, Geoffrey; Kieffer, Susan

    2009-03-01

    We investigated the effect of initial conditions on river network formation, using a simple model of erosional dynamics. Previous research suggests that river network scaling and geomorphic properties may be sensitive to initial conditions, but this has not been systematically studied. We used simulations of a stream power law, with initial conditions consisting of a flat or sloping surface combined with random fluctuations in elevation, and considered dependence of steady-state solutions on initial slope and randomness. The sinuosity exponent and the sinuosity are sensitive to these initial conditions, while the Hack exponent and hypsometry show little or no sensitivity. The results suggest that initial conditions deserve greater consideration in attempts to understand the emergence of scaling in river networks.

  7. Performance Analysis of High-Order Numerical Methods for Time-Dependent Acoustic Field Modeling

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    Moy, Pedro Henrique Rocha

    2012-07-01

    The discretization of time-dependent wave propagation is plagued with dispersion in which the wavefield is perceived to travel with an erroneous velocity. To remediate the problem, simulations are run on dense and computationally expensive grids yielding plausible approximate solutions. This work introduces an error analysis tool which can be used to obtain optimal simulation parameters that account for mesh size, orders of spatial and temporal discretizations, angles of propagation, temporal stability conditions (usually referred to as CFL conditions), and time of propagation. The classical criteria of 10-15 nodes per wavelength for second-order finite differences, and 4-5 nodes per wavelength for fourth-order spectral elements are shown to be unrealistic and overly-optimistic simulation parameters for different propagation times. This work analyzes finite differences, spectral elements, optimally-blended spectral elements, and isogeometric analysis.

  8. Two computational algorithms for the numerical solution for system of fractional differential equations

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    M.M. Khader

    2015-01-01

    Full Text Available In this paper, two efficient numerical methods for solving system of fractional differential equations (SFDEs are considered. The fractional derivative is described in the Caputo sense. The first method is based upon Chebyshev approximations, where the properties of Chebyshev polynomials are utilized to reduce SFDEs to system of algebraic equations. Special attention is given to study the convergence and estimate the error of the presented method. The second method is the fractional finite difference method (FDM, where we implement the Grünwald–Letnikov’s approach. We study the stability of the obtained numerical scheme. The numerical results show that the approaches are easy to implement implement for solving SFDEs. The methods introduce a promising tool for solving many systems of linear and non-linear fractional differential equations. Numerical examples are presented to illustrate the validity and the great potential of both proposed techniques.

  9. Is there relevance of chaos in numerical solutions of quantum billiards?

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    Li, B; Li, Baowen; Robnik, Marko

    1995-01-01

    In numerically solving the Helmholtz equation inside a connected plane domain with Dirichlet boundary conditions (the problem of the quantum billiard) one surprisingly faces enormous difficulties if the domain has a problematic geometry such as various nonconvex shapes. We have tested several general numerical methods in solving the quantum billiards. Following our previous paper (Li and Robnik 1995) where we analyzed the Boundary Integral Method (BIM), in the present paper we investigate systematically the so-called Plane Wave Decomposition Method (PWDM) introduced and advocated by Heller (1984, 1991). In contradistinction to BIM we find that in PWDM the classical chaos is definitely relevant for the numerical accuracy at fixed density of discretization on the boundary b (b = number of numerical nodes on the boundary within one de Broglie wavelength). This can be understood qualitatively and is illustrated for three one-parameter families of billiards, namely Robnik billiard, Bunimovich stadium and Sinai bil...

  10. A Numerical Approach for the Solution of Schrödinger Equation With Pseudo-Gaussian Potentials

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    Iacob Theodor-Felix

    2015-12-01

    Full Text Available The Schrödinger equation with pseudo-Gaussian potential is investigated. The pseudo-Gaussian potential can be written as an infinite power series. Technically, by an ansatz to the wave-functions, exact solutions can be found by analytic approach [12]. However, to calculate the solutions for each state, a condition that will stop the series has to be introduced. In this way the calculated energy values may suffer modifications by imposing the convergence of series. Our presentation, based on numerical methods, is to compare the results with those obtained in the analytic case and to determine if the results are stable under different stopping conditions.

  11. Numerical solution of Lotka Volterra prey predator model by using Runge–Kutta–Fehlberg method and Laplace Adomian decomposition method

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    Susmita Paul

    2016-03-01

    Full Text Available This paper reflects some research outcome denoting as to how Lotka–Volterra prey predator model has been solved by using the Runge–Kutta–Fehlberg method (RKF. A comparison between Runge–Kutta–Fehlberg method (RKF and the Laplace Adomian Decomposition method (LADM is carried out and exact solution is found out to verify the applicability, efficiency and accuracy of the method. The obtained approximate solution shows that the Runge–Kutta–Fehlberg method (RKF is a more powerful numerical technique for solving a system of nonlinear differential equations.

  12. Numerical Solution of the Fractional Partial Differential Equations by the Two-Dimensional Fractional-Order Legendre Functions

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    Fukang Yin

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    Full Text Available A numerical method is presented to obtain the approximate solutions of the fractional partial differential equations (FPDEs. The basic idea of this method is to achieve the approximate solutions in a generalized expansion form of two-dimensional fractional-order Legendre functions (2D-FLFs. The operational matrices of integration and derivative for 2D-FLFs are first derived. Then, by these matrices, a system of algebraic equations is obtained from FPDEs. Hence, by solving this system, the unknown 2D-FLFs coefficients can be computed. Three examples are discussed to demonstrate the validity and applicability of the proposed method.

  13. Numerical solution of neutral functional-differential equations with proportional delays

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    Mehmet Giyas Sakar

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    Full Text Available In this paper, homotopy analysis method is improved with optimal determination of auxiliary parameter by use of residual error function for solving neutral functional-differential equations (NFDEs with proportional delays. Convergence analysis and error estimate of method are given. Some numerical examples are solved and comparisons are made with the existing results. The numerical results show that the homotopy analysis method with residual error function is very effective and simple.

  14. On a New Method for Computing the Numerical Solution of Systems of Nonlinear Equations

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    H. Montazeri

    2012-01-01

    Full Text Available We consider a system of nonlinear equations F(x=0. A new iterative method for solving this problem numerically is suggested. The analytical discussions of the method are provided to reveal its sixth order of convergence. A discussion on the efficiency index of the contribution with comparison to the other iterative methods is also given. Finally, numerical tests illustrate the theoretical aspects using the programming package Mathematica.

  15. Numerical solutions of singular integral equations for planar rectangular interfacial crack in three dimensional bimaterials

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    XU Chun-hui; QIN Tai-yan; Nao-Aki Noda

    2007-01-01

    Stress intensity factors for a three dimensional rectangular interfacial crack were considered using the body force method. In the numerical calculations, unknown body force densities were approximated by the products of the fundamental densities and power series; here the fundamental densities are chosen to express singular stress fields due to an interface crack exactly. The calculation shows that the numerical results are satisfied. The stress intensity factors for a rectangular interface crack were indicated accurately with the varying aspect ratio, and bimaterial parameter.

  16. A Study of Weak Solutions and their Regularizations by Numerical Methods

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  17. Strong coupling results from the numerical solution of the quantum spectral curve

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    In this paper, we solved numerically the Quantum Spectral Curve (QSC) equations corresponding to some twist-2 single trace operators with even spin from the $sl(2)$ sector of $AdS_5/CFT_4$ correspondence. We describe all technical details of the numerical method which are necessary to implement it in C++ language. In the $S=2,4,6,8$ cases, our numerical results confirm the analytical results, known in the literature for the first 4 coefficients of the strong coupling expansion for the anomalous dimensions of twist-2 operators. In the case of the Konishi operator, due to the high precision of the numerical data we could give numerical predictions to the values of two further coefficients, as well. The strong coupling behaviour of the coefficients $c_{a,n}$ in the power series representation of the ${\\bf P}_{\\!a}$-functions is also investigated. Based on our numerical data, in the regime, where the index of the coefficients is much smaller than $\\lambda^{1/4}$, we conjecture that the coefficients have polynomia...

  18. Bifurcation of Periodic Solutions and Numerical Simulation for the Viscoelastic Belt

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    2014-04-01

    Full Text Available We study the bifurcation of periodic solutions for viscoelastic belt with integral constitutive law in 1: 1 internal resonance. At the beginning, by applying the nonsingular linear transformation, the system is transformed into another system whose unperturbed system is composed of two planar systems: one is a Hamiltonian system and the other has a focus. Furthermore, according to the Melnikov function, we can obtain the sufficient condition for the existence of periodic solutions and make preparations for studying the stability of the periodic solution and the invariant torus. Eventually, we need to give the phase diagrams of the solutions under different parameters to verify the analytical results and obtain which parameters the existence and the stability of the solution are based on. The conclusions not only enrich the behaviors of nonlinear dynamics about viscoelastic belt but also have important theoretical significance and application value on noise weakening and energy loss.

  19. Numerical Solutions for the Eighth-Order Initial and Boundary Value Problems Using the Second Kind Chebyshev Wavelets

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    Xiaoyong Xu

    2015-01-01

    Full Text Available A collocation method based on the second kind Chebyshev wavelets is proposed for the numerical solution of eighth-order two-point boundary value problems (BVPs and initial value problems (IVPs in ordinary differential equations. The second kind Chebyshev wavelets operational matrix of integration is derived and used to transform the problem to a system of algebraic equations. The uniform convergence analysis and error estimation for the proposed method are given. Accuracy and efficiency of the suggested method are established through comparing with the existing quintic B-spline collocation method, homotopy asymptotic method, and modified decomposition method. Numerical results obtained by the present method are in good agreement with the exact solutions available in the literatures.

  20. Effect of airfoil (trailing-edge) thickness on the numerical solution of panel methods based on the Dirichlet boundary condition

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    Yon, Steven; Katz, Joseph; Plotkin, Allen

    1992-01-01

    The practical limit of airfoil thickness ratio for which acceptable engineering results are obtainable with the Dirichlet boundary-condition-based numerical methods is investigated. This is done by studying the effect of thickness on the calculated pressure distribution near the trailing edge and by comparing the aerodynamic coefficients with available exact solutions. The first objective of this study, owing to the wide use of such computational methods, is to demonstrate the numerical symptoms that occur when the body or wing thickness approaches zero and to increase the awareness of potential users of these methods. Additionally, an effort is made to obtain the practical limits of the trailing-edge thickness where such problems will appear in the flow solution, and to propose some possible cures for very thin airfoils or those with cusped trailing edges.

  1. Numerical Approximation of Higher-Order Solutions of the Quadratic Nonlinear Stochastic Oscillatory Equation Using WHEP Technique

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    2013-01-01

    Full Text Available This paper introduces higher-order solutions of the stochastic nonlinear differential equations with the Wiener-Hermite expansion and perturbation (WHEP technique. The technique is used to study the quadratic nonlinear stochastic oscillatory equation with different orders, different number of corrections, and different strengths of the nonlinear term. The equivalent deterministic equations are derived up to third order and fourth correction. A model numerical integral solver is developed to solve the resulting set of equations. The numerical solver is tested and validated and then used in simulating the stochastic quadratic nonlinear oscillatory motion with different parameters. The solution ensemble average and variance are computed and compared in all cases. The current work extends the use of WHEP technique in solving stochastic nonlinear differential equations.

  2. Numerical Solutions of Odd Order Linear and Nonlinear Initial Value Problems Using a Shifted Jacobi Spectral Approximations

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    A. H. Bhrawy

    2012-01-01

    Full Text Available A shifted Jacobi Galerkin method is introduced to get a direct solution technique for solving the third- and fifth-order differential equations with constant coefficients subject to initial conditions. The key to the efficiency of these algorithms is to construct appropriate base functions, which lead to systems with specially structured matrices that can be efficiently inverted. A quadrature Galerkin method is introduced for the numerical solution of these problems with variable coefficients. A new shifted Jacobi collocation method based on basis functions satisfying the initial conditions is presented for solving nonlinear initial value problems. Through several numerical examples, we evaluate the accuracy and performance of the proposed algorithms. The algorithms are easy to implement and yield very accurate results.

  3. Effect of airfoil (trailing-edge) thickness on the numerical solution of panel methods based on the Dirichlet boundary condition

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    Yon, Steven; Katz, Joseph; Plotkin, Allen

    1992-01-01

    The practical limit of airfoil thickness ratio for which acceptable engineering results are obtainable with the Dirichlet boundary-condition-based numerical methods is investigated. This is done by studying the effect of thickness on the calculated pressure distribution near the trailing edge and by comparing the aerodynamic coefficients with available exact solutions. The first objective of this study, owing to the wide use of such computational methods, is to demonstrate the numerical symptoms that occur when the body or wing thickness approaches zero and to increase the awareness of potential users of these methods. Additionally, an effort is made to obtain the practical limits of the trailing-edge thickness where such problems will appear in the flow solution, and to propose some possible cures for very thin airfoils or those with cusped trailing edges.

  4. NUMERICAL SOLUTION OF THE UNSTEADY INCOMPRESSIBLE NAVIER-STOKES EQUATIONS ON THE CURVILINEAR HALF-STAGGERED MESH

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    Lan-chieh Huang

    2000-01-01

    In this paper, the Crank-Nicholson + component-consistent pressure correction method for the numerical solution of the unsteady incompressible Navier-Stokes equation of [1] on the rectangular half-staggered mesh has been extended to the curvilinear half-staggered mesh. The discrete projection, both for the projection step in the solution procedure and for the related differential-algebraic equations, has been carefully studied and verified. It is proved that the proposed method is also unconditionally (in△t) nonlinearly stable on the curvilinear mesh, provided the mesh is not too skewed. It is seen that for problems with an outflow bound- ary, the half-staggered mesh is especially advantageous. Results of preliminary numerical experiments support these claims.

  5. An element-free Galerkin (EFG) method for numerical solution of the coupled Schrödinger-KdV equations

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    Liu, Yong-Qing; Cheng, Rong-Jun; Ge, Hong-Xia

    2013-10-01

    The present paper deals with the numerical solution of the coupled Schrödinger-KdV equations using the element-free Galerkin (EFG) method which is based on the moving least-square approximation. Instead of traditional mesh oriented methods such as the finite difference method (FDM) and the finite element method (FEM), this method needs only scattered nodes in the domain. For this scheme, a variational method is used to obtain discrete equations and the essential boundary conditions are enforced by the penalty method. In numerical experiments, the results are presented and compared with the findings of the finite element method, the radial basis functions method, and an analytical solution to confirm the good accuracy of the presented scheme.

  6. Quantification of numerical aperture-dependence of the OCT attenuation coefficient (Conference Presentation)

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    Peinado, Liliana M.; Bloemen, Paul R.; Almasian, Mitra; van Leeuwen, Ton G.; Faber, Dirk J.

    2016-03-01

    Despite the improvements in early cancer diagnosis, adequate diagnostic tools for early staging of bladder cancer tumors are lacking [1]. MEMS-probes based on optical coherence tomography (OCT) provide cross-sectional imaging with a high-spatial resolution at a high-imaging speed, improving visualization of cancerous tissue [2-3]. Additionally, studies show that the measurement of localized attenuation coefficient allows discrimination between healthy and cancerous tissue [4]. We have designed a new miniaturized MEMS-probe based on OCT that will optimize early diagnosis by improving functional visualization of suspicious lesions in bladder. During the optical design phase of the probe, we have studied the effect of the numerical aperture (NA) on the OCT signal attenuation. For this study, we have employed an InnerVision Santec OCT system with several numerical apertures (25mm, 40mm, 60mm, 100mm, 150mm and 200mm using achromatic lenses). The change in attenuation coefficient was studied using 15 dilutions of intralipid ranging between 6*10-5 volume% and 20 volume%. We obtained the attenuation coefficient from the OCT images at several fixed positions of the focuses using established OCT models (e.g. single scattering with known confocal point spread function (PSF) [5] and multiple scattering using the Extended Huygens Fresnel model [6]). As a result, a non-linear increase of the scattering coefficient as a function of intralipid concentration (due to dependent scattering) was obtained for all numerical apertures. For all intralipid samples, the measured attenuation coefficient decreased with a decrease in NA. Our results suggest a non-negligible influence of the NA on the measured attenuation coefficient. [1] Khochikar MV. Rationale for an early detection program for bladder cancer. Indian J Urol 2011 Apr-Jun; 27(2): 218-225. [2] Sun J and Xie H. Review Article MEMS-Based Endoscopic Optical Coherence Tomography. IJO 2011, Article ID 825629, 12 pages. doi:10

  7. Numerical Solution for the Effect of Suction or Injection on Flow of Nanofluids Past a Stretching Sheet

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    Abd Elazem, Nader Y.

    2016-06-01

    The flow of nanofluids past a stretching sheet has attracted much attention owing to its wide applications in industry and engineering. Numerical solution has been discussed in this article for studying the effect of suction (or injection) on flow of nanofluids past a stretching sheet. The numerical results carried out using Chebyshev collocation method (ChCM). Useful results for temperature profile, concentration profile, reduced Nusselt number, and reduced Sherwood number are discussed in tabular and graphical forms. It was also demonstrated that both temperature and concentration profiles decrease by an increase from injection to suction. Moreover, the numerical results show that the temperature profiles decrease at high values of Prandtl number Pr. Finally, the present results showed that the reduced Nusselt number is a decreasing function, whereas the reduced Sherwood number is an increasing function at fixed values of Prandtl number Pr, Lewis number Le and suction (or injection) parameter s for variation of Brownian motion parameter Nb, and thermophoresis parameter Nt.

  8. Time-dependent solution for reorientation of rotating tidally deformed visco-elastic bodies

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    Hu, Haiyang; van der Wal, Wouter; Vermeersen, Bert

    2017-04-01

    Many icy satellites or planets contain features which suggest a (past) reorientation of the body, such as the tiger stripes on Enceladus and the heart-shaped Sputnik Planum on Pluto. Most of these icy bodies are tidally locked and this creates a large tidal bulge which is about three times of its centrifugal (equatorial) bulge. To study the reorientation of such rotating tidally deformed body is complicated and most previous studies apply the so-called fluid limit method. The fluid limit approach ignores the viscous response of the body and assumes that it immediately reaches its fluid limit when simulating the reorientation due to a changing load. As a result, this method can only simulate cases when the change in the load is much slower than the dominant viscous modes of the body. For other kinds of load, for instance, a Heaviside load due to an impact which creates an instant relocation of mass, it does not give us a prediction of how the reorientation is accomplished (e.g. How fast? Along which path?). We establish a new method which can give an accurate time-dependent solution for reorientation of rotating tidally deformed bodies. Our method can be applied both semi-analytically or numerically (with finite element method) to include features such as lateral heterogeneity or non-linear material. We also present an extension of our method to simulate the e ffect of a fossil bulge. With our method, we show that reorientation of a tidally deformed body driven by a positive mass anomaly near the poles has a preference for rotating around the tidal axis instead of towards it, contrary to predictions in previous studies. References Hu, H., W. van der Wal and L.L.A. Vermeersen (2017). A numerical method for reorientation of rotating tidally deformed visco-elastic bodies. Journal of Geophysical Research: Planets, doi:10.1002/2016JE005114, 2016JE005114. Matsuyama, I. and Nimmo, F. (2007). Rotational stability of tidally deformed planetary bodies. Journal of Geophysical

  9. A theory of time-dependent compaction by fracturing and pressure solution

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    Keszthelyi, Daniel; Dysthe, Dag Kristian; Jamtveit, Bjørn

    2016-04-01

    Porous rocks under compressional stress conditions are subject to compaction creep. A previous micromechanical model, dealing with (partially) water-filled carbonates was able to predict strain rates of the compaction at macroscopic level by combining microscopic fracturing and pressure solution at microscopic level and using a statistical upscaling. Building on this model we investigated the time-dependence of the pressure solution and the overall compaction and created a new theory of compaction by developing a statistical theory of time-dependence of pressure solution. Long-term creep experiments on carbonate samples were used to test the model which was able to predict the rate of compaction and its time-dependence in largely different effective stress, temperature and fluid chemistry conditions.

  10. Exact Analytical Solutions in Bose-Einstein Condensates with Time-Dependent Atomic Scattering Length

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    CHEN Yong; LI Biao; ZHENG Yu

    2007-01-01

    In the paper, the generalized Riccati equation rational expansion method is presented. Making use of the method and symbolic computation, we present three families of exact analytical solutions of Bose-Einstein condensates with the time-dependent interatomic interaction in an expulsive parabolic potential. Then the dynamics of two anlytical solutions are demonstrated by computer simulations under some selectable parameters including the Feshbach-managed nonlinear coefficient and the hyperbolic secant function coefficient.

  11. Anti-periodic solutions of Liénard equations with state dependent impulses

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    Belley, J.-M.; Bondo, É.

    2016-10-01

    Subject to a priori bounds, Liénard equations with state dependent impulsive forcing are shown to admit a unique absolutely continuous anti-periodic solution with first derivative of bounded variation on finite intervals. The point-wise convergence of a sequence of iterates to the solution is obtained, along with a bound for the rate of convergence. The results are applied to Josephson's and van der Pol's equations.

  12. pH Dependence of the Fluorescence Lifetime of FAD in Solution and in Cells

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    Nobuhiro Ohta; Takakazu Nakabayashi; Masataka Kinjo; Md. Serajul Islam; Masato Honma

    2013-01-01

    We have studied physiological parameters in a living cell using fluorescence lifetime imaging of endogenous chromophores. In this study, pH dependence of the fluorescence lifetime of flavin adenine dinucleotide (FAD), that is a significant cofactor exhibiting autofluorescence, has been investigated in buffer solution and in cells. The fluorescence lifetime of FAD remained unchanged with pH 5 to 9 in solution. However, the fluorescence lifetime in HeLa cells was found to decrease with increasi...

  13. Efficient numerical solution of the time fractional diffusion equation by mapping from its Brownian counterpart

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    Stokes, Peter W; Read, Wayne; White, Ronald D

    2014-01-01

    The solution of a Caputo time fractional diffusion equation of order $0<\\alpha<1$ is found in terms of the solution of a corresponding integer order diffusion equation. We demonstrate a linear time mapping between these solutions that allows for accelerated computation of the solution of the fractional order problem. In the context of an $N$-point finite difference time discretisation, the mapping allows for an improvement in time computational complexity from $O\\left(N^{2}\\right)$ to $O\\left(N^{\\alpha}\\right)$, given a precomputation of $O\\left(N^{1+\\alpha}\\ln N\\right)$. The mapping is applied successfully to the least-squares fitting of a fractional advection diffusion model for the current in a time-of-flight experiment, resulting in a computational speed up in the range of one to three orders of magnitude for realistic problem sizes.

  14. High-resolution numerical algorithm for one-dimensional scalar conservation laws with a constrained solution

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    Goloviznin, V. M.; Kanaev, A. A.

    2012-03-01

    The CABARET computational algorithm is generalized to one-dimensional scalar quasilinear hyperbolic partial differential equations with allowance for inequality constraints on the solution. This generalization can be used to analyze seepage of liquid radioactive wastes through the unsaturated zone.

  15. Study Notes on Numerical Solutions of the Wave Equation with the Finite Difference Method

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    2000-01-01

    In this introductory work I will present the Finite Difference method for hyperbolic equations, focusing on a method which has second order precision both in time and space (the so-called leap-frog method) and applying it to the case of the 1d and 2d wave equation. A brief derivation of the energy and equation of motion of a wave is done before the numerical part in order to make the transition from the continuum to the lattice clearer. To illustrate the extension of the method to more complex equations, I also add dissipative terms of the kind $-\\eta \\dot{u}$ into the equations. The von Neumann numerical stability analysis and the Courant criterion, two of the most popular in the literature, are briefly discussed. In the end I present some numerical results obtained with the leap-frog algorithm, illustrating the importance of the lattice resolution through energy plots.

  16. Solution of AntiSeepage for Mengxi River Based on Numerical Simulation of Unsaturated Seepage

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    2014-01-01

    Full Text Available Lessening the leakage of surface water can reduce the waste of water resources and ground water pollution. To solve the problem that Mengxi River could not store water enduringly, geology investigation, theoretical analysis, experiment research, and numerical simulation analysis were carried out. Firstly, the seepage mathematical model was established based on unsaturated seepage theory; secondly, the experimental equipment for testing hydraulic conductivity of unsaturated soil was developed to obtain the curve of two-phase flow. The numerical simulation of leakage in natural conditions proves the previous inference and leakage mechanism of river. At last, the seepage control capacities of different impervious materials were compared by numerical simulations. According to the engineering actuality, the impervious material was selected. The impervious measure in this paper has been proved to be effectible by hydrogeological research today.

  17. Time-dependent toroidal compactification proposals and the Bianchi type II model: Classical and quantum solutions

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    Socorro, J.; Toledo Sesma, L.

    2016-03-01

    In this work we construct an effective four-dimensional model by compactifying a ten-dimensional theory of gravity coupled with a real scalar dilaton field on a time-dependent torus without the contributions of fluxes as first approximation. This approach is applied to anisotropic cosmological Bianchi type II model for which we study the classical coupling of the anisotropic scale factors with the two real scalar moduli produced by the compactification process. Also, we present some solutions to the corresponding Wheeler-DeWitt (WDW) equation in the context of Standard Quantum Cosmology and we claim that these quantum solution are generic in the moduli scalar field for all Bianchi Class A models. Also we give the relation to these solutions for asymptotic behavior to large argument in the corresponding quantum solution in the gravitational variables and compare with Bohm's solutions, finding that this corresponds to the lowest-order WKB approximation.

  18. The Solution to the BCS Gap Equation for Superconductivity and Its Temperature Dependence

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    2013-01-01

    Full Text Available From the viewpoint of operator theory, we deal with the temperature dependence of the solution to the BCS gap equation for superconductivity. When the potential is a positive constant, the BCS gap equation reduces to the simple gap equation. We first show that there is a unique nonnegative solution to the simple gap equation, that it is continuous and strictly decreasing, and that it is of class with respect to the temperature. We next deal with the case where the potential is not a constant but a function. When the potential is not a constant, we give another proof of the existence and uniqueness of the solution to the BCS gap equation, and show how the solution varies with the temperature. We finally show that the solution to the BCS gap equation is indeed continuous with respect to both the temperature and the energy under a certain condition when the potential is not a constant.

  19. Time-dependent toroidal compactification proposals and the Bianchi type II model: classical and quantum solutions

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    Socorro, J

    2015-01-01

    In this work we construct an effective four-dimensional model by compactifying a ten-dimensional theory of gravity coupled with a real scalar dilaton field on a time-dependent torus without the contributions of fluxes as first approximation. This approach is applied to anisotropic cosmological Bianchi type II model for which we study the classical coupling of the anisotropic scale factors with the two real scalar moduli produced by the compactification process. Also, we present some solutions to the corresponding Wheeler-DeWitt (WDW) equation in the context of Standard Quantum Cosmology and we claim that these quantum solution are generic in the moduli scalar field for all Bianchi Class A models. Also we gives the relation to these solutions for asymptotic behavior to large argument in the corresponding quantum solution in the gravitational variables and is compared with the Bohm's solutions, finding that this corresponds to lowest-order WKB approximation.

  20. On the efficient numerical solution of lattice systems with low-order couplings

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    Ammon, A; Hartung, T; Jansen, K; Leövey, H; Volmer, J

    2015-01-01

    We apply the Quasi Monte Carlo (QMC) and recursive numerical integration methods to evaluate the Euclidean, discretized time path-integral for the quantum mechanical anharmonic oscillator and a topological quantum mechanical rotor model. For the anharmonic oscillator both methods outperform standard Markov Chain Monte Carlo methods and show a significantly improved error scaling. For the quantum mechanical rotor we could, however, not find a successful way employing QMC. On the other hand, the recursive numerical integration method works extremely well for this model and shows an at least exponentially fast error scaling.

  1. On the efficient numerical solution of lattice systems with low-order couplings

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    Ammon, A.; Genz, A.; Hartung, T.; Jansen, K.; Leövey, H.; Volmer, J.

    2016-01-01

    We apply the Quasi Monte Carlo (QMC) and recursive numerical integration methods to evaluate the Euclidean, discretized time path-integral for the quantum mechanical anharmonic oscillator and a topological quantum mechanical rotor model. For the anharmonic oscillator both methods outperform standard Markov Chain Monte Carlo methods and show a significantly improved error scaling. For the quantum mechanical rotor we could, however, not find a successful way employing QMC. On the other hand, the recursive numerical integration method works extremely well for this model and shows an at least exponentially fast error scaling.

  2. On the efficient numerical solution of lattice systems with low-order couplings

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    Ammon, A. [OAKLABS GmbH, Hennigsdorf (Germany); Genz, A. [Washington State Univ., Pullman, WA (United States). Dept. of Mathematics; Hartung, T. [King' s College London (United Kingdom). Dept. of Mathematics; Jansen, K.; Volmer, J. [DESY Zeuthen (Germany). NIC; Leoevey, H. [Humboldt Univ. Berlin (Germany). Inst. fuer Mathematik

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    We apply the Quasi Monte Carlo (QMC) and recursive numerical integration methods to evaluate the Euclidean, discretized time path-integral for the quantum mechanical anharmonic oscillator and a topological quantum mechanical rotor model. For the anharmonic oscillator both methods outperform standard Markov Chain Monte Carlo methods and show a significantly improved error scaling. For the quantum mechanical rotor we could, however, not find a successful way employing QMC. On the other hand, the recursive numerical integration method works extremely well for this model and shows an at least exponentially fast error scaling.

  3. Alternating irrigation water quality as a method to control solute concentrations and mass fluxes below irrigated fields: A numerical study

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    Russo, David

    2016-05-01

    The aim of the present numerical study was to extend the data-driven protocol for the control of soil salinity, to control chloride and nitrate concentrations and mass fluxes below agricultural fields irrigated with treated waste water (TWW). The protocol is based on alternating irrigation water quality between TWW and desalinized water (DSW), guided by solute concentrations at soil depth, zs. Two different schemes, the first requires measurements of soil solution concentrations of chloride and nitrate at zs, while, the second scheme requires only measurements of soil solution EC at zs, were investigated. For this purpose, 3-D numerical simulations of flow and transport were performed for variably saturated, spatially heterogeneous, flow domains located at two different field sites. The sites differ in crop type, irrigation method, and in their lithology; these differences, in turn, considerably affect the performance of the proposed schemes, expressed in terms of their ability to reduce solute concentrations that drained below the root zone. Results of the analyses suggest that the proposed data-driven schemes allow the use of low-quality water for irrigation, while minimizing the consumption of high-quality water to a level, which, for given climate, soil, crop, irrigation method, and water quality, may be determined by the allowable nitrate and chloride concentrations in the groundwater. The results of the present study indicate that with respect to the diminution of groundwater contamination by chloride and nitrate, the more data demanding, first scheme is superior the second scheme.

  4. Dependence of Interaction Free Energy between Solutes on an External Electrostatic Field

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    2013-07-01

    Full Text Available To explore the athermal effect of an external electrostatic field on the stabilities of protein conformations and the binding affinities of protein-protein/ligand interactions, the dependences of the polar and hydrophobic interactions on the external electrostatic field, −Eext, were studied using molecular dynamics (MD simulations. By decomposing Eext into, along, and perpendicular to the direction formed by the two solutes, the effect of Eext on the interactions between these two solutes can be estimated based on the effects from these two components. Eext was applied along the direction of the electric dipole formed by two solutes with opposite charges. The attractive interaction free energy between these two solutes decreased for solutes treated as point charges. In contrast, the attractive interaction free energy between these two solutes increased, as observed by MD simulations, for Eext = 40 or 60 MV/cm. Eext was applied perpendicular to the direction of the electric dipole formed by these two solutes. The attractive interaction free energy was increased for Eext = 100 MV/cm as a result of dielectric saturation. The force on the solutes along the direction of Eext computed from MD simulations was greater than that estimated from a continuum solvent in which the solutes were treated as point charges. To explore the hydrophobic interactions, Eext was applied to a water cluster containing two neutral solutes. The repulsive force between these solutes was decreased/increased for Eext along/perpendicular to the direction of the electric dipole formed by these two solutes.

  5. Numerical Study of Frequency-dependent Seismoelectric Coupling in Partially-saturated Porous Media

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    Djuraev Ulugbek

    2017-01-01

    Full Text Available The seismoelectric phenomenon associated with propagation of seismic waves in fluid-saturated porous media has been studied for many decades. The method has a great potential to monitor subsurface fluid saturation changes associated with production of hydrocarbons. Frequency of the seismic source has a significant impact on measurement of the seismoelectric effects. In this paper, the effects of seismic wave frequency and water saturation on the seismoelectric response of a partially-saturated porous media is studied numerically. The conversion of seismic wave to electromagnetic wave was modelled by extending the theoretically developed seismoelectric coupling coefficient equation. We assumed constant values of pore radius and zeta-potential of 80 micrometers and 48 microvolts, respectively. Our calculations of the coupling coefficient were conducted at various water saturation values in the frequency range of 10 kHz to 150 kHz. The results show that the seismoelectric coupling is frequency-dependent and decreases exponentially when frequency increases. Similar trend is seen when water saturation is varied at different frequencies. However, when water saturation is less than about 0.6, the effect of frequency is significant. On the other hand, when the water saturation is greater than 0.6, the coupling coefficient shows monotonous trend when water saturation is increased at constant frequency.

  6. Possible dendritic contribution to unimodal numerosity tuning and Weber-Fechner law-dependent numerical cognition

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    Kenji Morita

    2009-08-01

    Full Text Available Humans and animals are known to share an ability to estimate or compare the numerosity of visual stimuli, and this ability is considered to be supported by the cortical neurons that have unimodal tuning for numerosity, referred to as the numerosity detector neurons. How such unimodal numerosity tuning is shaped through plasticity mechanisms is unknown. Here I propose a testable hypothetical mechanism based on recently revealed features of the neuronal dendrite, namely, cooperative plasticity induction and nonlinear input integration at nearby dendritic sites, on the basis of the existing proposal that individual visual stimuli are represented as similar localized activities regardless of the size or the shape in a cortical region in the dorsal visual pathway. Intriguingly, the proposed mechanism naturally explains a prominent feature of the numerosity detector neurons, namely, the broadening of the tuning curve in proportion to the preferred numerosity, which is considered to underlie the known Weber-Fechner law-dependent accuracy of numerosity estimation and comparison. The simulated tuning curves are less sharp than reality, however, and together with the evidence from human imaging studies that numerical representation is a distributed phenomenon, it may not be likely that the proposed mechanism operates by itself. Rather, the proposed mechanism might facilitate the formation of hierarchical circuitry proposed in the previous studies, which includes neurons with monotonic numerosity tuning as well as those with sharp unimodal tuning, by serving as an efficient initial condition.

  7. On the gravitational signature of zonal flows in Jupiter-like planets: An analytical solution and its numerical validation

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    Kong, Dali; Zhang, Keke; Schubert, Gerald

    2017-02-01

    It is expected that the Juno spacecraft will provide an accurate spectrum of the Jovian zonal gravitational coefficients that would be affected by both the deep zonal flow, if it exists, and the basic rotational distortion. We derive the first analytical solution, under the spheroidal-shape approximation, for the density anomaly induced by an internal zonal flow in rapidly rotating Jupiter-like planets. We compare the density anomaly of the analytical solution to that obtained from a fully numerical solution based on a three-dimensional finite element method; the two show excellent agreement. We apply the analytical solution to a rapidly rotating Jupiter-like planet and show that there exists a close relationship between the spatial structure of the zonal flow and the spectrum of zonal gravitational coefficients. We check the accuracy of the spheroidal-shape approximation by computing both the spheroidal and non-spheroidal solutions with exactly the same physical parameters. We also discuss implications of the new analytical solution for interpreting the future high-precision gravitational measurements of the Juno spacecraft.

  8. THE NUMERICAL SOLUTION FOR A PARTIAL INTEGRO-DIFFERENTIAL EQUATION WITH A WEAKLY SINGULAR KERNEL

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    2006-01-01

    In this paper, a first order semi-discrete method of a partial integro-differential equation with a weakly singular kernel is considered. We apply Galerkin spectral method in one direction, and the inversion technique for the Laplace transform in another direction, the result of the numerical experiment proves the accuracy of this method.

  9. A New Numerical Solution of Fluid Flow in Stratigraphic Porous Media

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    XU You-Sheng; LI Hua-Mei; GUO Shang-Ping; HUANG Guo-Xiang

    2004-01-01

    A new numerical technique based on a lattice-Boltzmann method is presented for analyzing the fluid flow in stratigraphic porous media near the earth's surface. The results obtained for the relations between porosity, pressure,and velocity satisfy well the requirements of stratigraphic statistics and hence are helpful for a further study of the evolution of fluid flow in stratigraphic media.

  10. ORDMET: A General Algorithm for Constructing All Numerical Solutions to Ordered Metric Data

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    McClelland, Gary; Coombs, Clyde H.

    1975-01-01

    ORDMET is applicable to structures obtained from additive conjoint measurement designs, unfolding theory, general Fechnerian scaling, types of multidimensional scaling, and ordinal multiple regression. A description is obtained of the space containing all possible numerical representations which can satisfy the structure, size, and shape of which…

  11. Numerical solution of the Navier-Stokes equations by discontinuous Galerkin method

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    Krasnov, M. M.; Kuchugov, P. A.; E Ladonkina, M.; E Lutsky, A.; Tishkin, V. F.

    2017-02-01

    Detailed unstructured grids and numerical methods of high accuracy are frequently used in the numerical simulation of gasdynamic flows in areas with complex geometry. Galerkin method with discontinuous basis functions or Discontinuous Galerkin Method (DGM) works well in dealing with such problems. This approach offers a number of advantages inherent to both finite-element and finite-difference approximations. Moreover, the present paper shows that DGM schemes can be viewed as Godunov method extension to piecewise-polynomial functions. As is known, DGM involves significant computational complexity, and this brings up the question of ensuring the most effective use of all the computational capacity available. In order to speed up the calculations, operator programming method has been applied while creating the computational module. This approach makes possible compact encoding of mathematical formulas and facilitates the porting of programs to parallel architectures, such as NVidia CUDA and Intel Xeon Phi. With the software package, based on DGM, numerical simulations of supersonic flow past solid bodies has been carried out. The numerical results are in good agreement with the experimental ones.

  12. Return trajectory of the SpaceShipTwo spacecraft—numerical solution

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    Slegr, J.; Kraus, I.

    2012-05-01

    SpaceShipTwo is a private spaceplane project which is intended for space tourism. Very few details about its construction and flight characteristics are available for the public, but with proper numerical methods some interesting results can be obtained using secondary school mathematics. An exercise about SpaceShipTwo can be used as a motivational factor in physics lessons.

  13. A Collocation Method for Numerical Solution of the Generalized Burgers-Huxley Equation

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    Mohammad ZAREBNIA

    2014-08-01

    Full Text Available In this paper, we use a collocation method to solve the Burgers-Huxley equation. To achieve this aim, we use mesh free technique based on sinc functions. The stability analysis is discussed. Some numerical examples are provided to illustrate the accuracy and fluency of the method.

  14. Underbalanced drilling dynamics: two-phase flow modeling, experiments and numerical solution techniques

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    Lage, Antonio C.V.M. [PETROBRAS, Rio de Janeiro, RJ (Brazil); Froyen, Johnny; Saevareid, Ove; Fjelde, Kjell K. [RF-Rogaland Research, Stavanger (Norway)

    2000-07-01

    A dynamic model, based on the drift-flux formulation, is presented for treating transient phenomena in UBD operations. A set of mechanistic steady state procedures for dealing with the definition of flow patterns, pressure drops, gas volumetric fractions, and in-situ velocities completes the model. The iteration between those mechanistic laws and the conservation equations is discussed. Two distinct strategies for solving numerically the resultant set of partial differential equations are presented. The first numerical approach is based on the use of a composite explicit scheme that consists of combining the second order McCormick and the first order Lax-Friedrichs methods while the other one is an improved form of the classical semi-implicit formulation. Both computer codes are validated through comparison to full-scale experimental data in transient scenarios. First, the model simulates the injection of a high velocity single pulse of a gas-liquid mixture. Further, a typical unloading scenario in an under balanced operation is studied. Measured variables as pressure and returning liquid and gas rates at surface are compared to the predicted ones. Finally, the study addresses a comparison between the performances of the numerical methods based on some relevant variables such as the grid refinement, the required computational time and the accuracy of the numerical approximation. (author)

  15. Exact vs. Gauss-Seidel numerical solutions of the non-LTE radiation transfer problem

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    Quang, Carine; Paletou, Frédéric; Chevallier, Loïc

    2004-12-01

    Although published in 1995 (Trujillo Bueno & Fabiani Bendicho, ApJ 455, 646), the Gauss-Seidel method for solving the non-LTE radiative transfer problem has deserved too little attention in the astrophysical community yet. Further tests of the performances and of the accuracy of the numerical scheme are provided.

  16. ORDMET: A General Algorithm for Constructing All Numerical Solutions to Ordered Metric Data

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    McClelland, Gary; Coombs, Clyde H.

    1975-01-01

    ORDMET is applicable to structures obtained from additive conjoint measurement designs, unfolding theory, general Fechnerian scaling, types of multidimensional scaling, and ordinal multiple regression. A description is obtained of the space containing all possible numerical representations which can satisfy the structure, size, and shape of which…

  17. A mathematical model and numerical solution of interface problems for steady state heat conduction

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    Z. Muradoglu Seyidmamedov

    2006-01-01

    (isolation Ωδ tends to zero. For each case, the local truncation errors of the used conservative finite difference scheme are estimated on the nonuniform grid. A fast direct solver has been applied for the interface problems with piecewise constant but discontinuous coefficient k=k(x. The presented numerical results illustrate high accuracy and show applicability of the given approach.

  18. A NUMERICAL PERTURBATION EXPANSION METHOD FOR THE SOLUTION OF A LIENARD-TYPE INITIAL-VALUE PROBLEM WITH PERIODIC DECAYING FORCING TERM

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    张荣; 何雪明

    2004-01-01

    A numerical perturbation expansion method is developed, analysed and implemented for the numerical solution of a second-order initial-value problem. The differential equation in this problem exhibits cubic damping, a cubic restoring force and a decaying forcing-term which is periodic with constant frequency. The method is compared with the numerical method by Twizell [1]. In fact, the later is first perturbation approximate solution in the present paper.

  19. On exact solutions and numerics for cold, shallow, and thermocoupled ice sheets

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    Bueler, E; Brown, Jed; Bueler, Ed

    2006-01-01

    This three section report can be regarded as an extended appendix to (Bueler, Brown, and Lingle 2006). First we give the detailed construction of an exact solution to a standard continuum model of a cold, shallow, and thermocoupled ice sheet. The construction is by calculation of compensatory accumulation and heat source functions which make a chosen pair of functions for thickness and temperature into exact solutions of the coupled system. The solution we construct here is ``TestG'' in (Bueler and others, 2006) and the steady state solution ``Test F'' is a special case. In the second section we give a reference C implementation of these exact solutions. In the last section we give an error analysis of a finite difference scheme for the temperature equation in the thermocoupled model. The error analysis gives three results, first the correct form of the Courant-Friedrichs-Lewy (CFL) condition for stability of the advection scheme, second an equation for error growth which contributes to understanding the famo...

  20. Exact axisymmetric solution of laminated transversely isotropic piezoelectric circular plates (Ⅱ)——Exact solution for elastic circular plates and numerical results

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    丁皓江; 徐荣桥; 国凤林

    1999-01-01

    Emphasis is placed on purely elastic circular plates. Let the piezoelectric coefficients be equal to zero. Then two sets of uncoupled mechanical and electric equations are obtained and they can be solved independently. Two three-dimensional exact solutions of laminated transversely isotropic circular plate are derived under two boundary conditions, i.e. rigid slipping support and elastic simple support. For isotropic circular plates, the problem of multiple root is treated. At last, some numerical results of piezoelectric and purely elastic circular plates are presented and the applicability of classical plate theory is discussed.

  1. CANM, a program for numerical solution of a system of nonlinear equations using the continuous analog of Newton's method

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    Abrashkevich, Alexander; Puzynin, I. V.

    2004-01-01

    A FORTRAN program is presented which solves a system of nonlinear simultaneous equations using the continuous analog of Newton's method (CANM). The user has the option of either to provide a subroutine which calculates the Jacobian matrix or allow the program to calculate it by a forward-difference approximation. Five iterative schemes using different algorithms of determining adaptive step size of the CANM process are implemented in the program. Program summaryTitle of program: CANM Catalogue number: ADSN Program summary URL:http://cpc.cs.qub.ac.uk/summaries/ADSN Program available from: CPC Program Library, Queen's University of Belfast, Northern Ireland Licensing provisions: none Computer for which the program is designed and others on which it has been tested: Computers: IBM RS/6000 Model 320H, SGI Origin2000, SGI Octane, HP 9000/755, Intel Pentium IV PC Installation: Department of Chemistry, University of Toronto, Toronto, Canada Operating systems under which the program has been tested: IRIX64 6.1, 6.4 and 6.5, AIX 3.4, HP-UX 9.01, Linux 2.4.7 Programming language used: FORTRAN 90 Memory required to execute with typical data: depends on the number of nonlinear equations in a system. Test run requires 80 KB No. of bits in distributed program including test data, etc.: 15283 Distribution format: tar gz format No. of lines in distributed program, including test data, etc.: 1794 Peripherals used: line printer, scratch disc store External subprograms used: DGECO and DGESL [1] Keywords: nonlinear equations, Newton's method, continuous analog of Newton's method, continuous parameter, evolutionary differential equation, Euler's method Nature of physical problem: System of nonlinear simultaneous equations F i(x 1,x 2,…,x n)=0,1⩽i⩽n, is numerically solved. It can be written in vector form as F( X)= 0, X∈ Rn, where F : Rn→ Rn is a twice continuously differentiable function with domain and range in n-dimensional Euclidean space. The solutions of such systems of

  2. Numerical Solution of Riccati Equations by the Adomian and Asymptotic Decomposition Methods over Extended Domains

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    Jafar Biazar

    2015-01-01

    Full Text Available We combine the Adomian decomposition method (ADM and Adomian’s asymptotic decomposition method (AADM for solving Riccati equations. We investigate the approximate global solution by matching the near-field approximation derived from the Adomian decomposition method with the far-field approximation derived from Adomian’s asymptotic decomposition method for Riccati equations and in such cases when we do not find any region of overlap between the obtained approximate solutions by the two proposed methods, we connect the two approximations by the Padé approximant of the near-field approximation. We illustrate the efficiency of the technique for several specific examples of the Riccati equation for which the exact solution is known in advance.

  3. Catalan Tau Collocation for Numerical Solution of 2-Dimentional Nonlinear Partial Differential Equations

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    M. R.Odekunle

    2014-08-01

    Full Text Available Tau method which is an economized polynomial technique for solving ordinary and partial differential equations with smooth solutions is modified in this paper for easy computation, accuracy and speed. The modification is based on the systematic use of „Catalan polynomial‟ in collocation tau method and the linearizing the nonlinear part by the use of Adomian‟s polynomial to approximate the solution of 2-dimentional Nonlinear Partial differential equation. The method involves the direct use of Catalan Polynomial in the solution of linearizedPartial differential Equation without first rewriting them in terms of other known functions as commonly practiced. The linearization process was done through adopting the Adomian Polynomial technique. The results obtained are quite comparable with the standard collocation tau methods for nonlinear partial differential equations.

  4. Nonlinear grid error effects on numerical solution of partial differential equations

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    Dey, S. K.

    1980-01-01

    Finite difference solutions of nonlinear partial differential equations require discretizations and consequently grid errors are generated. These errors strongly affect stability and convergence properties of difference models. Previously such errors were analyzed by linearizing the difference equations for solutions. Properties of mappings of decadence were used to analyze nonlinear instabilities. Such an analysis is directly affected by initial/boundary conditions. An algorithm was developed, applied to nonlinear Burgers equations, and verified computationally. A preliminary test shows that Navier-Stokes equations may be treated similarly.

  5. Application of multiquadric method for numerical solution of elliptic partial differential equations

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    Sharan, M. [Indian Inst. of Tech., New Delhi (India); Kansa, E.J. [Lawrence Livermore National Lab., CA (United States); Gupta, S. [Govt. Girls Sr. Sec. School I, Madangir, New Delhi (India)

    1994-01-01

    We have used the multiquadric (MQ) approximation scheme for the solution of elliptic partial differential equations with Dirichlet and/or Neumann boundary conditions. The scheme has the advantage to use the data points in arbitrary locations with an arbitrary ordering. Two dimensional Laplace, Poisson and Biharmonic equations describing the various physical processes, have been taken as the test examples. The agreement is found to be very good between the computed and exact solutions. The method also provides an excellent approximation with curve boundary.

  6. Numerical solution of one-dimensional transient, two-phase flows with temporal fully implicit high order schemes: Subcooled boiling in pipes

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    López, R., E-mail: ralope1@ing.uc3m.es; Lecuona, A., E-mail: lecuona@ing.uc3m.es; Nogueira, J., E-mail: goriba@ing.uc3m.es; Vereda, C., E-mail: cvereda@ing.uc3m.es

    2017-03-15

    Highlights: • A two-phase flows numerical algorithm with high order temporal schemes is proposed. • Transient solutions route depends on the temporal high order scheme employed. • ESDIRK scheme for two-phase flows events exhibits high computational performance. • Computational implementation of the ESDIRK scheme can be done in a very easy manner. - Abstract: An extension for 1-D transient two-phase flows of the SIMPLE-ESDIRK method, initially developed for incompressible viscous flows by Ijaz is presented. This extension is motivated by the high temporal order of accuracy demanded to cope with fast phase change events. This methodology is suitable for boiling heat exchangers, solar thermal receivers, etc. The methodology of the solution consist in a finite volume staggered grid discretization of the governing equations in which the transient terms are treated with the explicit first stage singly diagonally implicit Runge-Kutta (ESDIRK) method. It is suitable for stiff differential equations, present in instant boiling or condensation processes. It is combined with the semi-implicit pressure linked equations algorithm (SIMPLE) for the calculation of the pressure field. The case of study consists of the numerical reproduction of the Bartolomei upward boiling pipe flow experiment. The steady-state validation of the numerical algorithm is made against these experimental results and well known numerical results for that experiment. In addition, a detailed study reveals the benefits over the first order Euler Backward method when applying 3rd and 4th order schemes, making emphasis in the behaviour when the system is subjected to periodic square wave wall heat function disturbances, concluding that the use of the ESDIRK method in two-phase calculations presents remarkable accuracy and computational advantages.

  7. Numerical solution of the thermal influence of oil well cluster on permafrost

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    Afanaseva, N. M.; Kolesov, A. E.

    2016-10-01

    In this work, we study the thermal effects around the oil well cluster on permafrost using numerical modeling. We use the mathematical model of heat transfer with phase transitions. To take into account the arrangement of wells in a cluster, three-dimensional domains with complex geometry are employed, which leads to the use of finite element approximation in space. For time approximation we use fully implicit scheme with linearization of nonlinear coefficients. Numerical implementations are performed using open-source libraries and programs for scientific and engineering computations. To predict the temperature field and formation of thawing area around wells with different sets of input parameters we conduct large-scale computational experiments on the supercomputer of the North-Eastern Federal University.

  8. The streamline upwind Petrov-Galerkin stabilising method for the numerical solution of highly advective problems

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    Carlos Humberto Galeano Urueña

    2010-05-01

    Full Text Available This article describes the streamline upwind Petrov-Galerkin (SUPG method as being a stabilisation technique for resolving the diffusion-advection-reaction equation by finite elements. The first part of this article has a short analysis of the importance of this type of differential equation in modelling physical phenomena in multiple fields. A one-dimensional description of the SUPG me- thod is then given to extend this basis to two and three dimensions. The outcome of a strongly advective and a high numerical complexity experiment is presented. The results show how the version of the implemented SUPG technique allowed stabilised approaches in space, even for high Peclet numbers. Additional graphs of the numerical experiments presented here can be downloaded from www.gnum.unal.edu.co.

  9. Analytical and Numerical Solutions of Vapor Flow in a Flat Plate Heat Pipe

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    Mohsen GOODARZI

    2012-03-01

    Full Text Available In this paper, the optimal homotopy analysis method (OHAM and differential transform method (DTM were applied to solve the problem of 2D vapor flow in flat plate heat pipes. The governing partial differential equations for this problem were reduced to a non-linear ordinary differential equation, and then non-dimensional velocity profiles and axial pressure distributions along the entire length of the heat pipe were obtained using homotopy analysis, differential transform, and numerical fourth-order Runge-Kutta methods. The reliability of the two analytical methods was examined by comparing the analytical results with numerical ones. A brief discussion about the advantages of the two applied analytical methods relative to each other is presented. Furthermore, the effects of the Reynolds number and the ratio of condenser to evaporator lengths on the flow variables were discussed.Graphical abstract

  10. A comparison of modal electromagnetic field distributions in analytical and numerical solutions

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    Miloš Davidović

    2013-09-01

    Full Text Available In this paper, a detailed comparison of modalelectromagnetic field distribution in two canonical microwavecavities, obtained via analytical and recently introducednumerical approaches, is presented and discussed. While theanalyzed problems, namely, those of a spherical cavity and aridged cavity are relatively simple, they still provide valuablebenchmarks for novel numerical methods, allowing for earlyestimates of accuracy, efficiency, and convergence properties ofthe method. Furthermore, study of field distributions mayprovide useful insights about strengths and weaknesses of theapproximating vector spaces which are otherwise not possible.

  11. A one-parameter family of difference schemes for the numerical solution of the Keplerian problem

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    Elenin, G. G.; Elenina, T. G.

    2015-08-01

    A family of numerical methods for solving the Keplerian problem is proposed. All the methods in this family are symplectic. They preserve the angular momentum, the total energy, the components of the Laplace-Runge-Lenz vector, and the phase volume. The underlying idea is an exact linearization of the problem based on the Levi-Civita transformation and two-stage symmetricsymplectic Runge-Kutta methods.

  12. On multichannel solutions of nonlinear Schr\\"{o}dinger equations: algorithm, analysis and numerical explorations

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    Soffer, Avy

    2014-01-01

    We apply the method of modulation equations to numerically solve the NLS with multichannel dynamics, given by a trapped localized state and radiation. This approach employs the modulation theory of Soffer-Weinstein, which gives a system of ODE's coupled to the radiation term, which is valid for all times. We comment on the differences of this method from the well-known method of collective coordinates.

  13. Dependence of calcite growth rate and Sr partitioning on solution stoichiometry: Non-Kossel crystal growth

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    Nehrke, G.; Reichart, G.-J.; Van Cappellen, P.; Meile, C.; Bijma, J.

    2007-01-01

    Seeded calcite growth experiments were conducted at fixed pH (10.2) and two degrees of supersaturation (Ω = 5, 16), while varying the Ca2+ to CO3 2- solution ratio over several orders of magnitude. The calcite growth rate and the incorporation of Sr in the growing crystals strongly depended on

  14. Exact solutions to three-dimensional time-dependent Schrödinger equation

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    Fakir Chand; S C Mishra

    2007-06-01

    With a view to obtain exact analytic solutions to the time-dependent Schrödinger equation for a few potentials of physical interest in three dimensions, transformation-group method is used. Interestingly, the integrals of motion in the new coordinates turn out to be the desired invariants of the systems.

  15. Non-hypergeometric Type of Polynomials and Solutions of Schrodinger Equation with Position-Dependent Mass

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    鞠国兴

    2011-01-01

    Using the coordinate transformation method, we study the polynomial solutions of the Schr6dinger equation with position-dependent mass (PDM). The explicit expressions for the potentials, energy eigenvalues, and eigenfunctions of the systems are given. The issues related to normalization of the wavefunetions and Hermiticity of the Hamiltonian are also analyzed.

  16. PERIODIC SOLUTIONS FOR A DISCRETE TIME RATIO-DEPENDENT TWO PREDATOR-ONE PREY SYSTEM

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    柏灵; 范猛; 王克

    2004-01-01

    In this paper, we consider a three-species ratio-dependent predator-prey model governed by difference equations with periodic coefficients. By using the method of coincidence degree, we discuss the existence of positive periodic solutions of this system, a set of easily verifiable sufficient conditions are derived.

  17. C1 + α-strict solutions and wellposedness of abstract differential equations with state dependent delay

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    Hernandez, Eduardo; Pierri, Michelle; Wu, Jianhong

    2016-12-01

    We study the existence and uniqueness of C 1 + α-strict solutions for a general class of abstract differential equations with state dependent delay. We also study the local well-posedness of this type of problems on subspaces of C 1 + α ([ - p , 0 ] ; X). Some examples involving partial differential equations are presented.

  18. MULTIPLE POSITIVE PERIODIC SOLUTIONS TO SINGULAR DIFFERENTIAL EQUATION WITH STATE-DEPENDENT DELAY

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    2008-01-01

    By virtue of the fixed point indices, we discuss the existence of the multiple positive periodic solutions to singular differential equation with state-dependent delay under the conditions concerning the first eigenvalue of the relevant linear operator. The results in this paper are optimal and totally generalize many present results.

  19. Kmonodium, a Program for the Numerical Solution of the One-Dimensional Schrodinger Equation

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    Angeli, Celestino; Borini, Stefano; Cimiraglia, Renzo

    2005-01-01

    A very simple strategy for the solution of the Schrodinger equation of a particle moving in one dimension subjected to a generic potential is presented. This strategy is implemented in a computer program called Kmonodium, which is free and distributed under the General Public License (GPL).

  20. Preliminary Formulation of Finite Element Solution for the 1-D, 1-G Time Dependent Neutron Diffusion Equation without Consideration about Delay Neutron

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    Ryu, Eun Hyun; Song, Yong Mann; Park, Joo Hwan [Korea Atomic Energy Research Institute, Daejeon (Korea, Republic of)

    2013-05-15

    If time-dependent equation is solved with the FEM, the limitation of the input geometry will disappear. It has often been pointed out that the numerical methods implemented in the RFSP code are not state-of-the-art. Although an acceleration method such as the Coarse Mesh Finite Difference (CMFD) for Finite Difference Method (FDM) does not exist for the FEM, one should keep in mind that the number of time steps for the transient simulation is not large. The rigorous formulation in this study will richen the theoretical basis of the FEM and lead to an extension of the dynamics code to deal with a more complicated problem. In this study, the formulation for the 1-D, 1-G Time Dependent Neutron Diffusion Equation (TDNDE) without consideration of the delay neutron will first be done. A problem including one multiplying medium will be solved. Also several conclusions from a comparison between the numerical and analytic solutions, a comparison between solutions with various element orders, and a comparison between solutions with different time differencing will be made to be certain about the formulation and FEM solution. By investigating various cases with different values of albedo, theta, and the order of elements, it can be concluded that the finite element solution is agree well with the analytic solution. The higher the element order used, the higher the accuracy improvements are obtained.