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Old   October 15, 2012, 03:12
Default Runge Kutta for (point-)implicit coupled compressible solver?
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Dear colleagues,

The famous A.Jameson on FVM using Runge-Kutta multistage time integration has coefficients that seems to be optimised for explicit scheme. Can RK also be used for a block-jacobi solver (point implicit solver) or even approximate jacobian solver (implicit solver)? Any reference on that topic?

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