A Class of Block Multi-derivative Numerical Techniques for Singular Advection Equations
Keywords:Advection equations, Singular point, Multi-derivative, Conservation law, off-step point
The integration of some differential equations is hard to acquire because of the presence of singular point(s) in these equations. These equations are best solved by some unique technique. Multi-derivative techniques have a long history of powerful integration of such equations yet till date, a couple of class of this technique has been explored for integrating partial differential equations. This work centers around the development, analysis, and implementation of a class of multi-derivative technique on partial differential equations. The approaches were effectively analyzed and were turned out to be consistent, stable and convergent. Numerical outcomes got likewise demonstrated the approximation quality of the technique over existing techniques in the literature.
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