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Fifth-order weighted essentially non-oscillatory schemes with new Z-type nonlinear weights for hyperbolic conservation laws

@inproceedings{Gu2021FifthorderWE,
  title={Fifth-order weighted essentially non-oscillatory schemes with new Z-type nonlinear weights for hyperbolic conservation laws},
  author={Jiaxi Gu and Xinjuan Chen and Jae-Hun Jung},
  year={2021}
}
. In this paper we propose new Z-type nonlinear weights of the fifth- order weighted essentially non-oscillatory (WENO) finite difference scheme for hyperbolic conservation laws. Instead of employing the classical smoothness indicators for the nonlinear weights, we take the p th root of the smoothness indicators and follow the form of Z-type nonlinear weights, leading to fifth order accuracy in smooth regions, even at the critical points, and sharper approximations around the discontinuities. We… 
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