A mathematical model of sulphite chemical aggression of limestones with high permeability. Part II: Numerical approximation
We present a numerical investigation of a degenerate nonlinear parabolic–elliptic system, which describes the chemical aggression of limestones under the attack of SO2, in high permeability regime. This system has been introduced in the first part of this paper. We present a finite element scheme for our model and its numerical stability is given under suitable CFL conditions. Numerical tests are discussed as well as some examples of the numerical behavior of the solutions.
KeywordsChemical reactions Porous media Convective and diffusive flows Fast reaction limit Free boundary problems Finite element
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