By Guido Kanschat
Guido Kanschat studies a number of discontinuous Galerkin schemes for elliptic and viscous movement difficulties. commencing from Nitsche's approach for susceptible boundary stipulations, he experiences the inner penalty and LDG equipment. mixed with a good advection discretization, they yield good DG equipment for linear move difficulties of Stokes and Oseen variety that are utilized to the Navier-Stokes challenge. the writer not just offers the analytical ideas used to review those tools but in addition devotes an immense dialogue to the effective numerical resolution of discrete problems.
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Discontinuous Galerkin Methods for Viscous Incompressible Flow by Guido Kanschat