Schwarz Waveform Relaxation Method for the Viscous Shallow Water Equations
We are interested in solving time dependent problems using domain decomposition method. In the classical methods, one discretizes first the time dimension and then one solves a sequence of steady problems by a domain decomposition method. In this paper, we study a Schwarz Waveform Relaxation method which treats directly the time dependent problem. We propose algorithms for the viscous Shallow Water equations.
KeywordsWind Stress Shallow Water Equation Dirichlet Condition Domain Decomposition Method Time Dependent Problem
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