Stiff well-posedness for hyperbolic systems with large relaxation terms (linear constant-coefficient problems)
(1997) In Advances in Differential Equations 2(4). p.643-666- Abstract
- The paper deals with the Cauchy problem for the linear constant-coefficient strongly hyperbolic system $u_t+Au_x=({1}/{delta})B$.
The critical case where $B$ has a nontrivial nullspace is investigated. Under suitable assumptions on the matrices $A$ and $B$ the convergence in $L_2$ as $delta o 0$ of the solution $u(·,t,delta)$ of the Cauchy problem is proved. Then the evolution of the limit function ${check u}(·,t)$ as a solution of the Cauchy problem for the strongly hyperbolic system without zero-order term is described. This system is called an equilibrium system and a method for obtaining it is given. A concept of stiff well-posedness is introduced that ensures solution estimates independent of $0<deltale 1$. It... (More) - The paper deals with the Cauchy problem for the linear constant-coefficient strongly hyperbolic system $u_t+Au_x=({1}/{delta})B$.
The critical case where $B$ has a nontrivial nullspace is investigated. Under suitable assumptions on the matrices $A$ and $B$ the convergence in $L_2$ as $delta o 0$ of the solution $u(·,t,delta)$ of the Cauchy problem is proved. Then the evolution of the limit function ${check u}(·,t)$ as a solution of the Cauchy problem for the strongly hyperbolic system without zero-order term is described. This system is called an equilibrium system and a method for obtaining it is given. A concept of stiff well-posedness is introduced that ensures solution estimates independent of $0<deltale 1$. It is shown that for $2 imes 2$ systems the requirement of stiff well-posedness is equivalent to the well-known subcharacteristic condition. The theory is illustrated by examples. One of them shows that the assumption of strong hyperbolicity is essential. Lastly, some numerical experiments for a $3 imes 3$ system are carried out. (Less)
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- Schroll, Achim ^{LU} and Lorenz, Jens
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- 1997
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- Contribution to journal
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- Advances in Differential Equations
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- 2
- issue
- 4
- pages
- 643 - 666
- publisher
- Khayyam Publishing, Inc.
- ISSN
- 1079-9389
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- English
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- yes
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