OSAMOAL: Optimized Simulations by Adapted MOdels using Asymptotic Limits. We propose in this work to address the problem of model adaptation, dedicated to hyperbolic models with relaxation and to their parabolic limit. The goal is to replace a hyperbolic system of balance laws (the so-called fine model) by its parabolic limit (the so-called coarse model), in delimited parts of the computational domain. Our method is based on the construction of asymptotic preserving schemes and on interfacial coupling methods between hyperbolic and parabolic models. We study in parallel the cases of the Goldstein-Taylor model and of the $p$-system with friction.
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- Mathis, Hélène; Therme, Nicolas: Numerical convergence for a diffusive limit of the Goldstein-Taylor system on bounded domain (2017)
- Chalons, Christophe; Girardin, Mathieu; Kokh, Samuel: Large time step and asymptotic preserving numerical schemes for the gas dynamics equations with source terms (2013)
- Boulanger, Anne-Céline; Cancès, Clément; Mathis, Hélène; Saleh, Khaled; Seguin, Nicolas: OSAMOAL: Optimized Simulations by Adapted MOdels using Asymptotic Limits (2012)