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A new method of imposing boundary conditions for hyperbolic equations

Daniele Funaro

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Published
**1987**
by National Aeronautics and Space Administration, Langley Research Center, For sale by the National Technical Information Service in Hampton, Va, [Springfield, Va
.

Written in English

- Numerical analysis.

**Edition Notes**

Statement | D. Funaro, D. Gottleib. |

Series | ICASE report -- no. 87-44., NASA contractor report -- 178338., NASA contractor report -- NASA CR-178338. |

Contributions | Gottlieb, D., Langley Research Center. |

The Physical Object | |
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Format | Microform |

Pagination | 1 v. |

ID Numbers | |

Open Library | OL17659853M |

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basis function to solve hyperbolic telegraph equation with Neumann boundary conditions. Equation ()isconverted into a system of equations using the transformation = V. e n for approximating the solution we use the collocation of cubic -spline basis functions. Finally we get a system of rst order systems of ordinary di erential equations,Cited by: 9. Hyperbolic PDEs Boundary Values Initial-Boundary Value problems For problems with bounded domains a x b, we also need boundary conditions. The signs of the wave speeds dictate how many conditions are required at each boundary. For example, the advection equation q t+ q x= 0 requires only boundary conditons at x= Size: KB.

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A New Method of Imposing Boundary Conditions in Pseudospectral Approximations of Hyperbolic Equations* By D. Funaro and D. Gottlieb Abstract. A new method to impose boundary conditions for pseudospectral approxi-mations to hyperbolic equations is suggested. This. Get this from a library. A new method of imposing boundary conditions for hyperbolic equations.

[D Funaro; D Gottlieb; Langley Research Center.]. This method of solution of () is easily extended to nonlinear equations of the form ut +aux =f(t,x,u). () See Exercises, and for more on nonlinear equations of this form. SystemsofHyperbolicEquations We now examine systems of hyperbolic equations with constant coefﬁcients in one space Size: 1MB.

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internal boundaries / discontinuities b) Artificial / NumericalFile Size: KB. Boundary Conditions For Hyperbolic Systems of Equations on Curved Domains Jan Nordstr om, Markus Wahlsten & Samira Nikkara aDepartment of Mathematics, Computational Mathematics, Link oping University, SE 83 Link oping, Sweden (rom,en,)@ AbstractAuthor: Jan Nordström, Markus Wahlsten, Samira Nikkar.

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We present a technique based on collocation of cubic B-spline basis functions to solve second order one-dimensional hyperbolic telegraph equation with Neumann boundary use of cubic B-spline basis functions for spatial variable and its derivatives reduces the problem into system of first order ordinary differential equations.

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