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Wen Long May 18, 2002 00:05

numerical stability analysis
 
Hi, friends:

I'm sort of wondering why no much work done on numerical stability analysis for mult-dimentional and multi-equation systems.

All I can see is e.g in text books of Finite Difference Method, people say a lot on stability/ consistancy/convergence on one dimensional problems like 1D simple wave eqn, 1D Burgers equation, 1D KdV equation bla bla.

Actually, a 2-D/3-D scheme can be unstable simply because of lateral boundaries, cross-derivatives ...

Any one have a better clue on this? Or is there any thing new here?

Thanks,

Wen

mukkarum May 22, 2002 00:14

Re: numerical stability analysis
 
Assalam Alaykum wa Rahmatullah Dear Sir I am doing M.E. by research in NED University my research project is "revemping of Francis Turbine applying CFD".I am studing solution of different equations like laplacian equation,poission equation,but still i haven't got any book or research paper in which solution of Navier-Stoke equation and Euler equation is present.If you know any book or article which will be helpful for me please informe me. waiting for ur prompt reply Wasalam, MUKKARUM HUSSAIN RESEARCH ASSISTANT


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