An Energy Stable Approach for Discretizing Hyperbolic Equations with Nonconforming Discontinuous Galerkin Methods

@article{Kozdon2018AnES,
  title={An Energy Stable Approach for Discretizing Hyperbolic Equations with Nonconforming Discontinuous Galerkin Methods},
  author={J. Kozdon and L. C. Wilcox},
  journal={Journal of Scientific Computing},
  year={2018},
  volume={76},
  pages={1742-1784}
}
  • J. Kozdon, L. C. Wilcox
  • Published 2018
  • Mathematics, Computer Science
  • Journal of Scientific Computing
  • When nonconforming discontinuous Galerkin methods are implemented for hyperbolic equations using quadrature, exponential energy growth can result even when the underlying scheme with exact integration does not support such growth. Using linear elasticity as a model problem, we propose a skew-symmetric formulation that has the same energy stability properties for both exact and inexact quadrature-based integration. These stability properties are maintained even when the material properties are… CONTINUE READING

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