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2. Dec. 2019: {{ :spin:sins1-12.pdf |Finite Volume Methods in 1-D and 2-D}} | 2. Dec. 2019: {{ :spin:sins1-12.pdf |Finite Volume Methods in 1-D and 2-D}} | ||

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10. Compare Finite Difference Upwind and Corner Transport Upwind (finite volume) in 2-D using a Gaussian on a 2-D periodic mesh. due ** 8.12.2019 ** | 10. Compare Finite Difference Upwind and Corner Transport Upwind (finite volume) in 2-D using a Gaussian on a 2-D periodic mesh. due ** 8.12.2019 ** | ||

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+ | 11. Last exercise: 2-D Sedov Taylor Blast Wave. Define a 2-D **periodic** grid of variables (rho, rho_u, rho_v, E). Set P = e = 1e-5, rho_u = rho_v = 0, and rho = 1.0 everywhere. Set one cell (either in the corner, or center of the grid) to have e = 1. Adapt the timestep delta_t at each step to satisfy the Courant condition (given by the maximum of D_max across the grid). The timestep should be very small at first and increase with time as the shock wave expands. | ||

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