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An optimally stable approximation of reactive transport using discrete test and infinite trial spaces

by   Lukas Renelt, et al.

In this contribution we propose an optimally stable ultraweak Petrov-Galerkin variational formulation and subsequent discretization for stationary reactive transport problems. The discretization is exclusively based on the choice of discrete approximate test spaces, while the trial space is a priori infinite dimensional. The solution in the trial space or even only functional evaluations of the solution are obtained in a post-processing step. We detail the theoretical framework and demonstrate its usage in a numerical experiment that is motivated from modeling of catalytic filters.


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