Sunday, September 24

High Order Compact Discretization Schemes and Applications

Moved to 10:30 AM-12:30 PM
New England

This minisymposium brings researchers from different fields to discuss the development and application of high order compact discretization schemes. These advanced discretization schemes have been used in fluid flow simulations, microscale heat transport problems, ocean modeling, and other applications. Two approaches to obtaining high accuracy solutions are evolved by different groups of researchers. Implicit high order compact schemes are easy to implement in various applications. Explicit high order compact schemes are difficult to derive, but are computationally more efficient. Modern iterative and preconditioning techniques are very favorable to solve linear systems arising from high order compact discretizations

Organizer: Jun Zhang
University of Kentucky, USA
10:30-10:55 Compact ADI Method for 2D and 3D Heat Equations
Weizhong Dai and Raja Nassar, Louisiana Tech University, USA
11:00-11:25 High Order Combined Compact Schemes for Ocean Modeling and Simulation
Peter C. Chu and Chenwu Fan, Naval Postgraduate School, USA
11:30-11:55 Parallel Implementation of a High Order Implicit Collocation Method for the Heat Equation
Jules Kouatchou, NASA Goddard Space Flight Center, USA
12:00-12:25 High Order Compact Scheme and Iterative Methods for 3D Boundary Layer Problems
Jun Zhang and Lixin Ge, University of Kentucky, USA; and Murli Gupta, The George Washington University, USA

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