Loosely coupled, non-iterative time-splitting scheme based on Robin-Robin coupling: unified analysis for parabolic/parabolic and parabolic/hyperbolic problems

by   Erik Burman, et al.

We present a loosely coupled, non-iterative time-splitting scheme based on Robin-Robin coupling conditions. We apply a novel unified analysis for this scheme applied to both a Parabolic/Parabolic coupled system and a Parabolic/Hyperbolic coupled system. We show for both systems that the scheme is stable, and the error converges as π’ͺ(Ξ” t √(T +log1/Ξ” t)), where Ξ” t is the time step



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