A spatial local method for solving 2D and 3D advection-diffusion equations

04/11/2021 ∙ by Huseyin Tunc, et al. ∙ 0

In this study, an implicit-explicit local differential transform method (IELDTM) based on Taylor series representations is produced for solving 2D and 3D advection-diffusion equations. The parabolic advection-diffusion equations are reduced to the nonhomogeneous elliptic system of partial differential equations with the utilization of the Chebyshev spectral collocation approach in temporal variable. The IELDTM is constructed over 2D and 3D meshes using continuity equations of the neighbour representations with either explicit or implicit forms in related directions. The IELDTM is proven to have excellent convergence properties by experimentally illustrating both h-refinement and p-refinement outcomes. A distinctive feature of the IELDTM over existing numerical techniques is the optimization of the local spatial degrees of freedom. It has been proven that IELDTM provides more accurate results with far less degrees of freedom than the finite difference, finite element and spectral methods.

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