TITLE

Positive-Definite and Monotonic Limiters for Unrestricted-Time-Step Transport Schemes

AUTHOR(S)
Skamarock, William C.
PUB. DATE
August 2006
SOURCE
Monthly Weather Review;Aug2006, Vol. 134 Issue 8, p2241
SOURCE TYPE
Academic Journal
DOC. TYPE
Article
ABSTRACT
General positive-definite and monotonic limiters are described for use with unrestricted-Courant-number flux-form transport schemes. These limiters are tested using a time-split multidimensional transport scheme. The importance of minimizing the splitting errors associated with the time-split operator and of the consistency between the transport scheme and the discrete continuity equation is demonstrated.
ACCESSION #
21848431

 

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