High resolution NVD differencing scheme for arbitrarily unstructured meshes

@article{Jasak1999HighRN,
  title={High resolution NVD differencing scheme for arbitrarily unstructured meshes},
  author={Hrvoje Jasak and Henry G. Weller and A. D. Gosman},
  journal={International Journal for Numerical Methods in Fluids},
  year={1999},
  volume={31},
  pages={431-449}
}
SUMMARY The issue of boundedness in the discretisation of the convection term of transport equations has been widely discussed. A large number of local adjustment practices has been proposed, including the well-known total variation diminishing (TVD) and normalised variable diagram (NVD) families of differencing schemes. All of these use some sort of an ‘unboundedness indicator’ in order to determine the parts of the domain where intervention in the discretisation practice is needed. These… 
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