Arbitrary-Order Conservative and Consistent Remapping and a Theory of Linear Maps: Part II

Arbitrary-Order Conservative and Consistent Remapping and a Theory of Linear Maps: Part II AbstractThis paper extends on the first part of this series by describing four examples of 2D linear maps that can be constructed in accordance with the theory of the earlier work. The focus is again on spherical geometry, although these techniques can be readily extended to arbitrary manifolds. The four maps include conservative, consistent, and (optionally) monotone linear maps (i) between two finite-volume meshes, (ii) from finite-volume to finite-element meshes using a projection-type approach, (iii) from finite-volume to finite-element meshes using volumetric integration, and (iv) between two finite-element meshes. Arbitrary order of accuracy is supported for each of the described nonmonotone maps. http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Monthly Weather Review American Meteorological Society

Arbitrary-Order Conservative and Consistent Remapping and a Theory of Linear Maps: Part II

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American Meteorological Society
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1520-0493
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1520-0493
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10.1175/MWR-D-15-0301.1
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Abstract

AbstractThis paper extends on the first part of this series by describing four examples of 2D linear maps that can be constructed in accordance with the theory of the earlier work. The focus is again on spherical geometry, although these techniques can be readily extended to arbitrary manifolds. The four maps include conservative, consistent, and (optionally) monotone linear maps (i) between two finite-volume meshes, (ii) from finite-volume to finite-element meshes using a projection-type approach, (iii) from finite-volume to finite-element meshes using volumetric integration, and (iv) between two finite-element meshes. Arbitrary order of accuracy is supported for each of the described nonmonotone maps.

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Monthly Weather ReviewAmerican Meteorological Society

Published: Apr 27, 2016

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