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- Andrew J. Christlieb, Yaman Güçlü, David C. Seal
- SIAM J. Numerical Analysis
- 2015

High-order temporal discretizations for hyperbolic conservation laws have historically been formulated as either a method of lines (MOL) or a Lax–Wendroff method. In the MOL viewpoint, the partial differential equation is treated as a large system of ordinary differential equations (ODEs), where an ODE tailored time integrator is applied. In contrast,… (More)

This paper is focused on the description of simulation codes developed to design a helicon plasma thruster for a small satellite under development in the research project Helicon plasma hydrazine combined micro (HPH.com) conducted within the 7th Framework Program of the EU by a European consortium.

- David C. Seal, Yaman Güçlü, Andrew J. Christlieb
- J. Sci. Comput.
- 2014

- Yaman Güçlü, Andrew J. Christlieb, William N. G. Hitchon
- J. Comput. Physics
- 2014

- Yaman Güçlü, William N. G. Hitchon
- J. Comput. Physics
- 2012

- Y. Güçlü, A. J. Christlieb, W.N.G. Hitchon
- 2013

The Convected Scheme (CS) is a family of semi-Lagrangian algorithms, most usually applied to the solution of Boltzmann’s equation, which uses a method of characteristics in an integral form to project a moving cell (MC) forward to a group of mesh cells. In earlier work [1], a 4th-order version of the cell-centered CS was presented, which was based on… (More)

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