TITLE

High-Order Time-Integration Schemes with Explicit Time-Splitting Methods

AUTHOR(S)
Sang-Hun Park; Tae-Young Lee
PUB. DATE
November 2009
SOURCE
Monthly Weather Review;Nov2009, Vol. 137 Issue 11, p4047
SOURCE TYPE
Academic Journal
DOC. TYPE
Article
ABSTRACT
New high-order time-integration schemes for fully elastic models are presented. The new schemes, formulated using the Richardson extrapolation that employs leapfrog-type schemes, can give a good performance for linear model problems and ensure overall stability when they are combined with a forward–backward scheme for fast waves. The new and existing schemes show differences in the order of accuracy. Thus, they can be useful for investigating the impacts of time-integration scheme accuracy on the performance of numerical models. The high-order schemes are found to play an important role in the improvement of high-resolution simulations, according to idealized tests. The new schemes are less efficient than other well-known schemes at moderate spatial resolutions. However, the new schemes can be more efficient than the existing schemes when the resolution becomes very high.
ACCESSION #
45302007

 

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