Comparison of a modified large-particle method with some high resolution schemes. One-dimensional test problems




large-particle method, high resolution, test problems, computational properties


The paper presents a comparative analysis of the computational properties of a modified large-particle method on one-dimensional gas dynamics test problems in a wide range of flow parameters. The numerical results are compared with self-similar solutions and data obtained by high-resolution schemes from the second to the sixth order of approximation. It is shown that the presented scheme is numerically efficient and competitive.

Author Biographies

D.V. Sadin

V.A. Davidchuk


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How to Cite

Садин Д.В., Давидчук В.А. Comparison of a Modified Large-Particle Method With Some High Resolution Schemes. One-Dimensional Test Problems // Numerical methods and programming. 2019. 20. 138-146. doi 10.26089/NumMet.v20r214



Section 1. Numerical methods and applications