Special Issue "Mesh Methods - Numerical Analysis and Experiments"
Deadline for manuscript submissions: closed (30 April 2020) | Viewed by 7090
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Interests: boundary value problems with singularity; numerical methods in electrodynamics; hydrodynamics and theory of elasticity
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Interests: singular boundary value problems; integro-differential equations; high-order methods
Mathematical models of different natural processes are described by differential equations, systems of PDEs and integral equations. In most cases, the exact solution of such problems cannot be determined, so we have to use mesh methods to calculate an approximate solution using high performance computational complexes. These methods include the finite element method, the finite difference method, the finite volume method and combined methods.
In this Special Issue, we propose to publish qualitative works on theoretical studies of grid methods on approximation, stability, and convergence, as well as the results of numerical experiments confirming the effectiveness of the developed methods. New methods for boundary value problems with singularity, with a complex geometry of the domain boundary, and for non-linear equations are of particular interest. Articles concerning analysis of the numerical methods developed for the computation of mathematical models in different areas of applied science and engineering applications will be welcome.
As a rule, symmetry ideas are present in the computational schemes and make the process harmonious and effective.
Prof. Viktor A. Rukavishnikov
Prof. Pedro M. Lima
Prof. Ildar B. Badriev
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- finite element method
- difference method
- finite volume method
- numerical experiments
- numerical analysis