A physical-constraints-preserving genuinely multidimensional HLL scheme for the special relativistic hydrodynamics

11/02/2020
by   Dan Ling, et al.
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This paper develops the genuinely multidimensional HLL Riemann solver and finite volume scheme for the two-dimensional special relativistic hydrodynamic equations on Cartesian meshes and studies its physical-constraint-preserving (PCP) property. Several numerical results demonstrate the accuracy, the performance and the resolution of the shock waves and the genuinely multi-dimensional wave structures of the proposed PCP scheme.

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