Flux-limiting solution techniques for simulation of reaction – diffusion – convection system

@inproceedings{Alhumaizi2007FluxlimitingST,
  title={Flux-limiting solution techniques for simulation of reaction – diffusion – convection system},
  author={Khalid Alhumaizi},
  year={2007}
}
The aim of this work is to analyze the use of a number of flux-limiters to simulate numerically the behavior of a homogeneous tubular reactor which exhibits steep moving fronts. The strength and limitations of five different flux-limiters are examined for different test cases. All flux-limiters are found successful in capturing the steep concentration profiles. The simulations show that the minmod and MUSCL flux-limiter are more appropriate for the convection–diffusion case. On the other hand… CONTINUE READING

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