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A NEW STABILIZED FINITE ELEMENT METHOD FOR SOLVING THE ADVECTION–DIFFUSION EQUATIONS
Journal of Computational Mathematics
Vol. 20, No. 1 (JANUARY 2002), pp. 57-64
Stable URL: http://www.jstor.org/stable/43692981
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This paper is devoted to the development of a new stabilized finite element method for solving the advection–diffusion equations having the form —k Δ u + a̲ ⚫ ∇̲ u + σ u = f with a zero Dirichlet boundary condition. We show that this methodology is coercive and has a uniformly optimal convergence result for all mesh–Peclet number.
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