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1), Galerkin weighting (Wa = Na ) and elements of equal size h, we have for constant values of U , k and Q (see Appendix D) U −1 1 −1 1 2 Qh 1 fe = 1 2 Ke = + k h 1 −1 −1 1 31 32 Convection dominated problems Fig. 1 A linear shape function for a one-dimensional problem. 19) is the element Peclet number. e. when convective terms are of primary importance. Indeed as Pe → ∞, the solution is purely oscillatory and bears no relation to the underlying problem. This may be ascertained by considering Eq.

6) is derived. Now instead of considering an infinitesimal control volume of length ‘dx’, we consider a finite length δ. Expanding to one higher order by Taylor series (backwards), we obtain instead of Eq. 54) with δ being the finite distance which is smaller than or equal to that of the element size h. 55) In the above equation we have omitted the higher-order expansion for the diffusion term as in the previous sections. The final equations are now obtained by applying the Galerkin method with Wa = Na .

Wiley, Chichester, 2004. 11. P. A. Bettess. Analysis of free surface flows using isoparametric finite elements. International Journal for Numerical Methods in Engineering, 19:1675–1689, 1983. 12. T. Sarpkaya and G. Hiriart. Finite element analysis of jet impingement on axisymmetric curved deflectors. T. C. H. Gallagher and C. Taylor, editors, Finite Elements in Fluids, volume 2, pages 265–279. John Wiley & Sons, New York, 1976. 13. J. O’Carroll. A variational principle for ideal flow over a spillway.

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