In this article we study the numerical approximation of incompressible miscible displacement problems with a linearised Crank–Nicolson time discretisation, combined with a mixed finite element and discontinuous Galerkin method. At the heart of the analysis is the proof of convergence under low regularity requirements. Numerical experiments demonstrate that the proposed method exhibits second-order convergence for smooth and robustness for rough problems.
- Discontinuous Galerkin Method
- Miscible Displacement
- Implicit Euler Method
- Reentrant Corner
- Symmetric Interior Penalty
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Jensen, M., Müller, R. (2010). Stable Crank–Nicolson Discretisation for Incompressible Miscible Displacement Problems of Low Regularity. In: Kreiss, G., Lötstedt, P., Målqvist, A., Neytcheva, M. (eds) Numerical Mathematics and Advanced Applications 2009. Springer, Berlin, Heidelberg. https://doi.org/10.1007/978-3-642-11795-4_50
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