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4, as a byproduct of a Fourier analysis of the global error. 5. Finite element Galerkin semi-discretizations. 11) to be This function is illustrated in Fig. 1. 1) with a linear finite element Galerkin semi-discretization is thus of order O(h4). 28) has the highest order of accuracy in the classical sense. As illustrated in Fig. 2, the approximation is superior to the simple central differences approximation in the entire frequency range, w € (0, ir/h]. ANALYSIS OF THE ACCURACY OF SEMI-DISCRETIZATIONS 27 FIG.
59) with the highest order of accuracy. , Birkhoff and Gulati (1974). 34 CHAPTER 2 FIG. 6. Phase velocity of implicit semi-discretizations of the wave equation U,, = c Uxs. 59) have a truncation error which is O(h2)). 5) is found to be (see Fig. 6) Note the fact that with linear finite elements (J3 =3) we have c*(«)>c for 0 < \a>\ =£ TT/C. 5 By contrast, c* That the expressions for z and M are different in the other cases is illustrated in the following examples. Euler's explicit method. Euler's implicit method. Leapfrog method. Crank-Nicolson method. Runge-Kutta methods. We may note that z(co) is an approximation to e^'A(oi\ which is the expression for the ratio v'^/v^ if the semi-discretization were integrated exactly. 1). 8b), are first order Fade approximants to e*'A(w\ and its expression for the CrankNicolson marching method is a second order approximant.
That the expressions for z and M are different in the other cases is illustrated in the following examples. Euler's explicit method. Euler's implicit method. Leapfrog method. Crank-Nicolson method. Runge-Kutta methods. We may note that z(co) is an approximation to e^'A(oi\ which is the expression for the ratio v'^/v^ if the semi-discretization were integrated exactly. 1). 8b), are first order Fade approximants to e*'A(w\ and its expression for the CrankNicolson marching method is a second order approximant.