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Completely conservative and oscillationless semi-Lagrangian schemes for advection transportation. (English) Zbl 0984.65086
Summary: We present a new type of semi-Lagrangian scheme for advection transportation equation. The interpolation function is based on a cubic polynomial and is constructed under the constraints of conservation of cell-integrated average and the slope modification. The cell-integrated average is defined via the spatial integration of the interpolation function over a single grid cell and is advanced using a flux form. Nonoscillatory interpolation is constructed by choosing proper approximation to the cell-center values of the first derivative of the interpolation function, which appears to be a free parameter in the present formulation. The resulting scheme is exactly conservative regarding the cell average of the advected quantity and does not produce any spurious oscillation. Oscillationless solutions to linear transportation problems were obtained. Incorporated with an entropy-enforcing numerical flux, the presented schemes can accurately compute shocks and sonic rarefaction waves when applied to nonlinear problems.
65M06Finite difference methods (IVP of PDE)
35L45First order hyperbolic systems, initial value problems
35L67Shocks and singularities
86A10Meteorology and atmospheric physics