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Numerical Solution to Coupled Burgers’ Equations by Gaussian-Based Hermite Collocation Scheme

Nissaya Chuathong () and Sayan Kaennakham ()

Journal of Applied Mathematics, 2018, vol. 2018, 1-18

Abstract: One of the most challenging PDE forms in fluid dynamics namely Burgers equations is solved numerically in this work. Its transient, nonlinear, and coupling structure are carefully treated. The Hermite type of collocation mesh-free method is applied to the spatial terms and the 4 th -order Runge Kutta is adopted to discretize the governing equations in time. The method is applied in conjunction with the Gaussian radial basis function. The effect of viscous force at high Reynolds number up to 1,300 is investigated using the method. For the purpose of validation, a conventional global collocation scheme (also known as “Kansa” method) is applied parallelly. Solutions obtained are validated against the exact solution and also with some other numerical works available in literature when possible.

Date: 2018
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DOI: 10.1155/2018/3416860

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