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Conservative logarithmic reconstructions and finite volume methods

Artebrant, Robert LU and Schroll, Achim LU (2005) In SIAM Journal on Scientific Computing 27(1). p.294-314
Abstract
A class of high-order reconstruction methods based on logarithmic functions is presented. Inspired by Marquina's hyperbolic method, we introduce a double logarithmic ansatz of fifth order of accuracy. Low variation is guaranteed by the ansatz and (slope-) limiting is avoided. The method can reconstruct smooth extrema without order reduction. Fifth order of convergence is verified in a numerical experiment governed by the nonlinear Euler system. Numerical experiments, including the Osher-Shu shock/acoustic interaction, are presented.
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high-order reconstruction, conservation law, finite volume method
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SIAM Journal on Scientific Computing
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Society for Industrial and Applied Mathematics
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1064-8275
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10.1137/03060240X
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