|April 26, 2014, 08:35||
MUSCL-Interpolation for boundary cells
Join Date: Mar 2012
Location: Beijing, China
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I'm currently working on the MUSCL scheme.
I understand that the MUSCL scheme use piecewise linear approximations of each cell to obtain left and right state for each face, as shown in the following figure:
However, what if the cell is adjacent to boundary? For example, in the figure above, suppose that is adjacent to boundary, and does not exist. In this situation, how can I determine the slope of in cell ? My current method is set the slope of to zero for cell . Is this method appropriate?
Thank you very much.
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