|June 1, 2007, 00:47||
convergence of Euler Equations with WENO
I am using unstructured FV WENO scheme for Euler Equations. I saw that the convergence is very slow (though linear in log scale). Can this be explained by the lack of diffusion in the scheme and the code as such?
Am I right if I say WENO schemes have slower convergence (to steady state solutions) than the JST schemes (or others with artificial dissipation)?
For a 2D flow around RAE 2822 (M=0.729, alpha=2.31deg), I obtained 5 orders of convergence with a 3rd order WENO and Local Time stepping scheme. Is this convergence sufficient enough?
BTW, I use the density residuals for tracking convergence.
Thanks in advance for your suggestions.
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