Quasi-Monotone Advection Schemes Based on Explicit Locally Adaptive Dissipation

@inproceedings{Alexander1998QuasiMonotoneAS,
  title={Quasi-Monotone Advection Schemes Based on Explicit Locally Adaptive Dissipation},
  author={Alexander and F.. and SHCHEPETKIN and James and C... and Mcwilliams},
  year={1998}
}
The authors develop and test computational methods for advection of a scalar field that also include a minimal dissipation of its variance in order to preclude the formation of false extrema. Both of these properties are desirable for advectively dominated geophysical flows, where the relevant scalars are both potential vorticity and material concentrations. These methods are based upon the sequential application of two types of operators: 1) a conservative and nondissipative (i.e., preserving… CONTINUE READING
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