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  • Thur

    Strathclyde Aerospace Lecture Series

    Positivity-preserving discretisations for convection-dominated problems
    Gabriel R. Barrenechea
    Dept. of Mathematics and Statistics
    University of Strathclyde
    This presentaion will provide an overview of some recent results in finite element methods for convection-dominated problems. The main goal of the methods is the preservation of positivity, a property that can be fundamental in applications. The emphasis on the talk will be on methods that belong to the family of Algebraic Flux Correction (AFC) schemes. These are usually used for the time-dependent transport equation (under the label 'Flux Corrected Transport'), but their application to steady state convection-diffusion problems has been less studied.