Analysis and Numerics for Conservation Laws / Edition 1 available in Hardcover
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Whatdoasupernovaexplosioninouterspace,?owaroundanairfoil and knocking in combustion engines have in common? The physical and chemical mechanisms as well as the sizes of these processes are quite difierent. So are the motivations for studying them scientifically. The super- 8 nova is a thermo-nuclear explosion on a scale of 10 cm. Astrophysicists try to understand them in order to get insight into fundamental properties of the universe. Inows around airfoils of commercial airliners at the scale of 3 10 cm shock waves occur that influence the stability of the wings as well as fuel consumption inight. This requires appropriate design of the shape and structure of airfoils by engineers. Knocking occurs in combustion, a chemical 1 process, and must be avoided since it damages motors. The scale is 10 cm and these processes must be optimized for efficiency and environmental conside- tions. The common thread is that the underlyinguidows may at a certain scale of observation be described by basically the same type of hyperbolic s- tems of partial difierential equations in divergence form, called conservation laws. Astrophysicists, engineers and mathematicians share a common interest in scientific progress on theory for these equations and the development of computational methods for solutions of the equations. Due to their wide applicability in modeling of continua, partial difierential equations are a major field of researching mathematics. Asubstantialportionof mathematical research is related to the analysis and numerical approximation of solutions to such equations. Hyperbolic conservation laws in two or more spacedimensionsstillposeoneofthemainchallengestomodernmathematics.
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Table of Contents
S.Andreae, J.Ballmann, S.Müller: Wave Processes at Interfaces.- J.Heiermann, M.Auweter-Kurtz, Ch.Sleziona: Numerics for Magnetoplasmadynamic Propulsion.- H.Babovsky: Hexagonal Kinetic Models and the Numerical Simulation of Kinetic Boundary Layers.- R.Deiterding, G.Bader: High-resolution Simulation of Detonations with Detailed Chemistry.- A.S.Bormann: Numerical Linear Stability Analysis for Compressible Fluids.- M.Schüssler, J.H.M.J.Bruls, A.Vögler, P. Vollmöller: Simulation of Solar Radiative Magneto-Convection.- W.Dahmen, S.Müller, A.Voß: Riemann Problem for the Euler Equation with Non-Convex Equation of State Including Phase Transitions.- A.Dedner, D.Kröner, C.Rohde, M.Wesenberg: Radiation Magnetohydrodynamics: Analysis for Model Problems and Efficient 3d-Simulations for the Full System.- W.Dreyer, M.Herrmann, M.Kunik, S.Qamar: Kinetic Schemes for Selected Initial and Boundary Value Problems.- F.Völker, R.Vilsmeier, D.Hänel: A Local Level-Set Method under Involvement of Topological Aspects.- T.Hillen, K.P.Hadeler: Hyperbolic Systems and Transport Equations in Mathematical Biology.- J.Harterich, St. Liebscher: Travelling Waves in Systems of Hyperbolic Balance Laws.- R.Hartmann: The Role of the Jacobian in the Adaptive Discontinuous Galerkin Method for the Compressible Euler Equations.- Ch.Helling, R.Klein, E.Sedlmayr: The Multi-Scale Dust Formation in Substellar Atmospheres.- D.Hietel, M.Junk, J. Kuhnert, S.Tiwari: Meshless Methods for Conservation Laws.- W.Hillbrandt, M.Reinecke, W.Schmidt, F.K.Röpke, C.Travaglio, J.C.Niemeyer: Simulations of Turbulent Thermonuclear Burining in Type 1a Supernovae.- Y.L.Lee, R.Schneider, C.-D.Munz, F.Kemm: Hyperbolic GLM Scheme for Elliptic Constraints in Computational Electromagnetics and MHD.- H.Schmidt, R.Klein: Flexible Flame Structure Modelling in a Flame Front Tracking Scheme.- T.Kröger, S.Noelle: Riemann-Solver Free Schemes.- H.Liu: Relaxation Dynamics, Scaling Limits and Convergence of Relaxation Schemes.-S.Noelle, W.Rosenbaum, M.Rumpf: Multidimensional Adaptive Staggered Grids.- W.-A.Yong, W.Jäger: On Hyperbolic Relaxation Problems.- Appendix: Color Plates.