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Old   March 28, 2012, 02:48
Default Convergence order of Projection Method
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Hello. I have some problem.
I'm confused about convergence order of Projection Method.
There are two kind of convergence order like as time and space.
In Kim and Moin's paper, they presented 2nd-order accurate.
What about it? time, space or Both?
I don't know. Actually, I thought it's about space and time until now.
But I'm not sure anymore.
There is one region.
The Table1, in Kim and Moin's paper, is about maximum error.
But it's not 2nd-order in space.



Please, help me.

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Old   March 28, 2012, 16:09
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for constant cfl number the checked accuracy is global, you cannot distinguish between space and time accuracy.
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