A PARAMETRIC METHOD FOR THE SHALLOW WATER EQUATIONS

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  • Ruperto P. Bonet Universidad Técnica de Babahoyo

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This paper report progress on a technique to stabilize the consistent mass SUPG method, when it is used in combination with an explicit scheme to solve shallow water ow problems to steady solutions. According to this a comparison between the use of lumped mass SUPG and consistent mass SUPG method is done. A scale of di usivity in this scheme is developed by means of the introduction of parameter in the mass matrix of the consistent SUPG method and a stability analysis of -SUPG method is presented. Several examples based on the one-dimensional shallow-water equations illustrate the accuracy and e ciency obtained with such methods.

KEYWORDS:  shallow water; steady solutions; parametric method.

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Ruperto P. Bonet, Universidad Técnica de Babahoyo

Facultad de Finanzas, Administración e Informática Universidad Técnica de Babahoyo. Ecuador.

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2017-02-16
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Bonet, R. P. (2017). A PARAMETRIC METHOD FOR THE SHALLOW WATER EQUATIONS. Magazine De Las Ciencias: Revista De Investigación E Innovación, 1(4), 89–102. Recuperado a partir de https://revistas.utb.edu.ec/index.php/magazine/article/view/64

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