Compact Approximate Taylor (CAT) methods for systems of conservation laws were introduced by Carrillo and Pares in 2019. These methods, based on a strategy that allows one to extend high-order Lax-Wendroff methods to nonlinear systems without using the Cauchy-Kovalevskaya procedure, have arbitrary even order of accuracy 2p and use (2p +1) -point stencils, where p is an arbitrary positive integer. More recently in 2021 Carrillo, Macca, Pares, Russo and Zorio introduced a strategy to get rid of the spurious oscillations close to discontinuities produced by CAT methods. This strategy led to the so-called Adaptive CAT (ACAT) methods, in which the order of accuracy - and thus the width of the stencils - is adapted to the local smoothness of the solution. The goal of this paper is to extend CAT and ACAT methods to systems of balance laws. To do this, the source term is written as the derivative of its indefinite integral that is formally treated as a flux function. The well-balanced property of the methods is discussed and a variant that allows in principle to preserve any stationary solution is presented. The resulting methods are then applied to a number of systems going from a linear scalar conservation law to the 2D Euler equations with gravity, passing by the Burgers equations with source term and the 1D shallow water equations: the order and well-balanced properties are checked in several numerical tests.(c) 2023 Elsevier Inc. All rights reserved.

Well-balanced adaptive compact approximate Taylor methods for systems of balance laws

E. Macca
Primo
Membro del Collaboration Group
;
G. Russo
Ultimo
Membro del Collaboration Group
2023-01-01

Abstract

Compact Approximate Taylor (CAT) methods for systems of conservation laws were introduced by Carrillo and Pares in 2019. These methods, based on a strategy that allows one to extend high-order Lax-Wendroff methods to nonlinear systems without using the Cauchy-Kovalevskaya procedure, have arbitrary even order of accuracy 2p and use (2p +1) -point stencils, where p is an arbitrary positive integer. More recently in 2021 Carrillo, Macca, Pares, Russo and Zorio introduced a strategy to get rid of the spurious oscillations close to discontinuities produced by CAT methods. This strategy led to the so-called Adaptive CAT (ACAT) methods, in which the order of accuracy - and thus the width of the stencils - is adapted to the local smoothness of the solution. The goal of this paper is to extend CAT and ACAT methods to systems of balance laws. To do this, the source term is written as the derivative of its indefinite integral that is formally treated as a flux function. The well-balanced property of the methods is discussed and a variant that allows in principle to preserve any stationary solution is presented. The resulting methods are then applied to a number of systems going from a linear scalar conservation law to the 2D Euler equations with gravity, passing by the Burgers equations with source term and the 1D shallow water equations: the order and well-balanced properties are checked in several numerical tests.(c) 2023 Elsevier Inc. All rights reserved.
2023
High order fully -discrete schemes
High order reconstruction for systems of
balance laws
Finite difference schemes
Well-balanced methods
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