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Well-Balanced and Asymptotic Preserving IMEX-Peer Methods

by   Moritz Schneider, et al.

Peer methods are a comprehensive class of time integrators offering numerous degrees of freedom in their coefficient matrices that can be used to ensure advantageous properties, e.g. A-stability or super-convergence. In this paper, we show that implicit-explicit (IMEX) Peer methods are well-balanced and asymptotic preserving by construction without additional constraints on the coefficients. These properties are relevant when solving (the space discretisation of) hyperbolic systems of balance laws, for example. Numerical examples confirm the theoretical results and illustrate the potential of IMEX-Peer methods.


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