A numerical study of third-order equation with time-dependent coefficients: KdVB equation

by   Cristhian Montoya, et al.

In this article we present a numerical analysis for a third-order differential equation with non-periodic boundary conditions and time-dependent coefficients, namely, the linear Korteweg-de Vries Burgers equation. This numerical analysis is motived due to the dispersive and dissipative phenomena that government this kind of equations. This work builds on previous methods for dispersive equations with constant coefficients, expanding the field to include a new class of equations which until now have eluded the time-evolving parameters. More precisely, throughout the Legendre-Petrov-Galerkin method we prove stability and convergence results of the approximation in appropriate weighted Sobolev spaces. These results allow to show the role and trade off of these temporal parameters into the model. Afterwards, we numerically investigate the dispersion-dissipation relation for several profiles, further provide insights into the implementation method, which allow to exhibit the accuracy and efficiency of our numerical algorithms.



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