Numerical Methods for Wave Propagation

Numerical Methods for Wave Propagation

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In May 1995 a meeting took place at the Manchester Metropolitan Uni versity, UK, with the title International Workshop on Numerical Methods for Wave Propagation Phenomena. The Workshop, which was attended by 60 scientists from 13 countries, was preceded by a short course enti tled High-Resolution Numerical Methods for Wave Propagation Phenom ena. The course participants could then join the Workshop and listen to discussions of the latest work in the field led by experts responsible for such developments. The present volume contains written versions of their contributions from the majority of the speakers at the Workshop. Professor Amiram Harten, but for his untimely death at the age of 50 years, would have been one of the speakers at the Workshop. His remarkable contributions to Numerical Analysis of Conservation Laws are commemo rated in this volume, which includes the text of the First Harten Memorial Lecture, delivered by Professor P. L. Roe from the University of Michigan in Ann Arbour, USA.Of particular interest here is the Weighted Average Flux (WAF) method (Toro, 1989b, Toro, 1992; Toro, 1986), a second order accurate Riemann problem based method. Its origins lie in the Random Flux method (Toro, 1986; Toro et al., 1987).

Title:Numerical Methods for Wave Propagation
Author:E.F. Toro, J.F. Clarke
Publisher:Springer Science & Business Media - 2013-03-09


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