Galerkin and Control Volume Finite Element Methods for Large Scale Air Pollution Simulations: A Comparison
The methods compared are implemented within the objectoriented framework of the Danish Eulerian Model for large scale air pollution simulations. Their mathematical formulations are explained in the paper. The results of the simulations are shown, and the corresponding phase and group velocities are discussed.
KeywordsGroup Velocity Rotational Test Galerkin Finite Element Method Linear Basis Function Objectoriented Framework
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