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A sixth-order finite difference scheme with the minimized dispersion and adaptive dissipation for solving compressible flow

@inproceedings{Su2021ASF,
  title={A sixth-order finite difference scheme with the minimized dispersion and adaptive dissipation for solving compressible flow},
  author={Y. T. Su and Y. H. Li and Y. X. Ren},
  year={2021}
}
The dispersion and dissipation properties of a scheme are important to realize high-fidelity simulations of the compressible flow, especially the cases with broadband length scales. It has been recognized that the minimization of dispersion error is an effective method to improve the precision. In addition, the proper dissipation of a scheme is important to restrain the nonphysics oscillations and reserve details of flows simultaneously. The authors have previously proposed a scale sensor to… 

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