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1 Institut für Aerodynamik und Gasdynamik

Abstract : This paper presents a high order hybrid discontinuous Galerkin-finite volume scheme for solving the equations of the magnetohydrodynamics MHD and of the relativistic hydrodynamics SRHD on quadrilateral meshes. In this approach, for the spatial discretization, an arbitrary high order discontinuous Galerkin spectral element DG method is combined with a finite volume FV scheme in order to simulate complex flow problems involving strong shocks. Regarding the time discretization, a fourth order strong stability preserving Runge-Kutta method is used. In the proposed hybrid scheme, a shock indicator is computed at the beginning of each Runge-Kutta stage in order to flag those elements containing shock waves or discontinuities. Subsequently, the DG solution in these troubled elements and in the current time step is projected onto a subdomain composed of finite volume subcells. Right after, the DG operator is applied to those unflagged elements, which, in principle, are oscillation-free, meanwhile the troubled elements are evolved with a robust second-third order FV operator. With this approach we are able to numerically simulate very challenging problems in the context of MHD and SRHD in one, and two space dimensions and with very high order polynomials. We make convergence tests and show a comprehensive one-and two dimensional testbench for both equation systems, focusing in problems with strong shocks. The presented hybrid approach shows that numerical schemes of very high order of accuracy are able to simulate these complex flow problems in an efficient and robust manner.

Keywords : divergence cleaning high-order methods shock capturing magnetohydrodynamics discontinuous Galerkin spectral element methods

Autor: Jonatan Núñez-De La Rosa - Claus-Dieter Munz -

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