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* '''preliminary session'''
* '''preliminary session''' Friday, July 14, 12:00pm. Room: 02.07.023 (attend for guaranteed registration) ([https://www5.in.tum.de/lehre/seminare/cse//intro_session.pdf Slides])
* '''Kick-off session:'''
* '''Kick-off session:''' Thursday, October 19, 08:00 am ([https://www5.in.tum.de/lehre/seminare/cse/cse_seminar_hyperbolics_ws17_18/KickOff.pdf Slides])
Revision as of 08:54, 19 October 2017
- Winter 17
- Univ.-Prof._Dr._Michael_Bader, Leonhard Rannabauer
- Time and Place
- Th. 8:00 - 10:00 in 02.07.23 (only on selected dates)
- Computational Science and Engineering (Seminar, module IN2183),
Informatics (Master-Seminar, module IN2107)
- Semesterwochenstunden / ECTS Credits
- 2 SWS (2S) / 5 Credits
- preliminary session: Friday, July 14, 12:00pm. Room: 02.07.023 (attend for guaranteed registration) (Slides)
- Kick-off session: Thursday, October 19, 08:00 am (Slides)
- Register via the matching system (only if you are sure you want to join !)
- After Registration: Send me an E-Mail with you prior knowledge + points of interest or a topic you have in mind (-> Leonhard Rannabauer).
In this seminar we address numerical methods for the simulation of hyperbolic partial differential equations. We discuss important examples of governing equations. In this context challenges typical for hyperbolic PDEs are tackled: Non-linearities with analytical solution approaches, Riemann solvers, domain decomposition, finite volume methods, high-order discretization, time stepping schemes, adaptivity, parallelization etc. Besides numerical theory we expect the students to apply and implement the learned concepts in the form of a small project, which requires extensive use of the learned theory.
Finite Volume Methods for Hyperbolic Problems, Randall J. LeVeque (ub.tum):
- Standard work, with insights on hyperbolic PDEs, FV Methods and several Applications on PDEs (traffic, tsunamis ...)
Nodal Discontinuous Galerkin Methods, Jan S. Hestaven et al (springer):
- Introductory guide on discontinuous Galerkin methods.
An Introduction to Seismology, Earthquakes, and Earth Structure, Seth Stein (google)
Riemann Solvers and Numerical Methods for Fluid Dynamics, Eleuterio F. Toro (ub.tum):
- Advanced work on Riemann Solvers with insights into Euler equations, viscous stresses ..
- 1D traffic flow analytical and numerical
- Linear Systems and elastic waves
- Tsunami simulation with finite volume methods
- F-Wave Solver for Riemann problems
Propagation of the Tohoku 2011 tsunami using 16 MPI ranks.