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Estimating the error of numerical solutions of systems of reaction-diffusion equations

by Donald J. Estep

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Published by American Mathematical Society in Providence, RI .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Reaction-diffusion equations,
  • Numerical calculations,
  • Error analysis (Mathematics)

  • Edition Notes

    Includes bibliographical references

    StatementDonald J. Estep, Mats G. Larson, Roy D. Williams
    SeriesMemoirs of the American Mathematical Society -- no. 696
    ContributionsLarson, Mats G., 1968-, Williams, Roy D
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsQA3 .A57 no.696
    The Physical Object
    Pagination109 p. ;
    Number of Pages109
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL16979288M
    ISBN 100821820729
    LC Control Number00036259

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    APPROXIMATIONS OF REACTION-DIFFUSION EQUATIONS Find {un) = {U;E.,~)Y satisfying with u0 = PNUO or u0 = nNuO if UO E V. (10) For un given in SN, the existence and the uniqueness of the un+l E VN satisfying (9) is clear thanks to the classical Lax-Milgram can then define a map associated to (9)-(10).It is straightforward that {s(N, k)"} satisfies the discrete. Next: Numerical Solution of the Up: APC Tutorial 5: Numerical Previous: Numerical Solution of the Numerical Solution of the Diffusion Equation with Constant Concentration Boundary Conditions The following Matlab code solves the diffusion equation according to the scheme given by (5) and for the boundary conditions.


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Stiff systems of ordinary differential equations arise frequently while solving partial differ-ential equations by spectral method.

In the past, the most popular numerical methods for solving system of reaction–diffusion equations was based on the combination of low order finite difference method with low order time-stepping.

4. Reaction–diffusion equations. Abstract reaction–diffusion equations of the form can be solved approximately by the Trotter Product Formula as stated in Theoremas long as the component equations, can be solved first, and assuming that the reaction function f is globally Lipschitz.

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Many other kinds of systems are described by the same type of relation. Thus systems where heat (or fluid) is produced and diffuses away from the heat (or fluid) production site are described by the.

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The way for a software designer to solve this problem is to compute the solution for x as x = 1 b(1 + p 1 +1/b2).partial differential equation. It is beyond the scope of to treat the equations in detail but we can consider the second law qualitatively and examine some relevant solutions quantitatively.

The difference between steady state and nonsteady state diffusion conditions can readily be visualized (fig. 4).