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Flux-corrected transport. II: Generalizations of the method. (English) Zbl 0306.76004

76-04 Software, source code, etc. for problems pertaining to fluid mechanics
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[1] Boris, Jay P.; Book, David L., J. computational phys., 11, 38, (1973), referred to in the text as FCT/1
[2] \scJay P. Boris and David L. Book, to be published.
[3] Originally suggested by D. V. Anderson and R. W. Clark, personal communication.
[4] Clark, R.W.; Book, D.L., Phys. fluids, 16, 720, (1973)
[5] Goldman, S.R.; Ossakow, S.L.; Book, D.L.; Scannapieco, A.J.; Ossakow, S.L.; Book, D.L.; McDonald, B.E.; Goldman, S.R., J. geophys. res., J. geophys. res., 79, 2913, (1974)
[6] \scD. L. Book and J. P. Boris, to be published.
[7] Hain, K., Comparison of several two-dimensional computing schemes for exploding spheres in the atmosphere, ()
[8] Boris, J.P., NRL memorandum report 2542, (December 1972)
[9] Boris, J.P.; Gardner, J.H.; Zalesak, S., Atmospheric hydrocodes using FCT algorithms, ()
[10] Roache, Patrick J., Computational fluid dynamics, (1972), Hermosa Albuquerque, New Mexico, Chap. III · Zbl 0251.76002
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