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A multigrid method for the computation of eigenmodes of closed water basins. (English) Zbl 0749.76041
Summary: We discuss the computation of eigenmodes of closed water basins with focus on Lake Constance. As model we use the shallow-water equations for a one-layered closed basin with variable bottom shape. We discretize the equations with linear finite elements on a specially constructed grid. As solver we use the standard multigrid method for eigenvalue problems coupled with a robust ILU smoother, which is supported by a particular numbering strategy. The resulting method, the convergence of which is analyzed thoroughly, is very efficient, allowing the solution of the Lake Constance problem on an Apple Macintosh in resonable time. The results are compared with several existing ones.
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76M10Finite element methods (fluid mechanics)
76B15Water waves, gravity waves; dispersion and scattering, nonlinear interaction
86A05Hydrology, hydrography, oceanography
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