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A hybrid discontinuous Galerkin method for transport equations on networks

by   Herbert Egger, et al.
Technische Universität Darmstadt

We discuss the mathematical modeling and numerical discretization of transport problems on one-dimensional networks. Suitable coupling conditions are derived that guarantee conservation of mass across network junctions and dissipation of a mathematical energy which allows to prove existence of unique solutions. We then consider the space discretization by a hybrid discontinuous Galerkin method which provides a suitable upwind mechanism to handle the transport problem and allows to incorporate the coupling conditions in a natural manner. In addition, the method inherits mass conservation and stability of the continuous problem. Order optimal convergence rates are established and illustrated by numerical tests.


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