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Review of preconditioning methods for fluid dynamics. (English) Zbl 0770.76048
Summary: We consider the use of preconditioning methods to accelerate the convergence to a steady state for both the incompressible and compressible fluid dynamic equations. Most of the analysis relies on the inviscid equations though some applications for viscous flow are considered. The preconditioning can consist of either a matrix or a differential operator acting on the time derivatives. Hence, in the steady state the original steady solution is obtained. For finite difference methods the preconditioning can change and improve the steady- state solutions. Several preconditioners previously discussed are reviewed and some new approaches are presented.

76M20 Finite difference methods applied to problems in fluid mechanics
76-02 Research exposition (monographs, survey articles) pertaining to fluid mechanics
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