MODIFIED EQUATION FOR A CLASS OF EXPLICIT AND IMPLICIT SCHEMES SOLVING ONE-DIMENSIONAL ADVECTION PROBLEM
Keywords:Modified equation, finite difference, advection equation
This paper presents the general modified equation for a family of finite-difference schemes solving one-dimensional advection equation. The whole family of explicit and implicit schemes working at two time-levels and having three point spatial support is considered. Some of the classical schemes (upwind, Lax-Friedrichs, Lax-Wendroff) are discussed as examples, showing the possible implications arising from the modified equation to the properties of the considered numerical methods.
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