Totally Volume Integral of Fluxes for Discontinuous Galerkin Method (TVI-DG) I-Unsteady Scalar One Dimensional Conservation Laws
Keywords:Scalar conservation laws, Higher order methods, Discontinuous Galerkin, Divergence theorem
The volume integral of Riemann flux in the discontinuous Galerkin (DG) method is introduced in this paper. The boundaries integrals of the fluxes (Riemann flux) are transformed into volume integral. The new family of DG method is accomplished by applying divergence theorem to the boundaries integrals of the flux. Therefore, the (DG) method is independent of the boundaries integrals of fluxes (Riemann flux) at the cell (element) boundaries as in classical (DG) methods. The modified streamline upwind Petrov-Galerkin method is used to capture the oscillation of unphysical flow for shocked flow problems. The numerical results of applying totally volume integral discontinuous Galerkin method (TVI-DG) are presented to unsteady scalar hyperbolic equations (linear convection equation, inviscid Burger's equation and Buckley-Leverett equation) for one dimensional case. The numerical finding of this scheme is very accurate as compared with other high order schemes as the weighted compact finite difference method WCOMP.
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