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year = {2016}
title={Eigensolution analysis of spectral/hp continuous Galerkin approximations to advection--diffusion problems: Insights into spectral vanishing viscosity},
author={Moura, RC and Sherwin, SJ and Peir{\'o}, Joaquim},
journal={Journal of Computational Physics},
title={Legendre pseudospectral viscosity method for nonlinear conservation laws},
author={Maday, Yvon and Kaber, Sidi M Ould and Tadmor, Eitan},
journal={SIAM Journal on Numerical Analysis},
title={Stabilisation of spectral/hp element methods through spectral vanishing viscosity: Application to fluid mechanics modelling},
author={Kirby, Robert M and Sherwin, Spencer J},
journal={Computer methods in applied mechanics and engineering},
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<I PROPERTY="SmoothAdvection" VALUE="True"/>
\item \inltt{SpectralVanishingViscosity}: activates a stabilization technique
which increases the viscosity on the modes with the highest frequencies.
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In a Quasi-3D simulation, this will affect both the Fourier and the spectral/hp expansions.
To activate them independently, use \inltt{SpectralVanishingViscositySpectralHP}
and \inltt{SpectralVanishingViscosityHomo1D}.
and \inltt{SpectralVanishingViscosityHomo1D}. \\
There are three spectral vanishing viscosity kernels available:
{SVV Kernel} & {\texttt{SpectralVanishingViscosity}} \\
Exponential Kernel & \texttt{True} \\
Power Kernel & \texttt{PowerKernel} \\
DG Kernel & \texttt{DGKernel} \\
The Exponential kernel is based on the work of Maday et al. \cite{yvsiouei93},
its extension to 2D can be found in \cite{rosh06}. A diffusion coefficient can
be specified which defines the base magnitude of the viscosity; this parameter
is scaled by $h/p$. SVV viscosity is activated for expansion modes greater than
the product of the cut-off ratio and the expansion order. The Power kernel is a
smooth function with no cut-off frequency; it focusses on a narrower band of
higher expansion modes as the polynomial order increases. The cut-off ratio
parameter for the Power kernel corresponds to the power ratio, see Moura et al.
\cite{rospjo16}. The DG-Kernel is an attempt to match the dissipation of CG-SVV
to DG schemes of lower expansion orders. This kernel does not require any parameters
although the diffusion coefficient can still be modified.
\item \inltt{DEALIASING}: activates the 3/2 padding rule on the advection term
of a Quasi-3D simulation.
......@@ -856,7 +882,6 @@ stabilize the simulation. This method is based on the work of Kirby and Sherwin
The following parameters can be specified in the \inltt{PARAMETERS} section of
the session file:
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\item \inltt{MinSubSteps}: perform a minimum number of substeps in sub-stepping algorithm (default is 1)
\item \inltt{MaxSubSteps}: perform a maxmimum number of substeps in sub-stepping algorithm otherwise exit (default is 100)
\item \inltt{SVVCutoffRatio}: sets the ratio of Fourier frequency not affected by the SVV technique (default value = 0.75, i.e. the first 75\% of frequency are not damped)
\item \inltt{SVVDiffCoeff}: sets the SVV diffusion coefficient (default value = 0.1)
\item \inltt{SVVDiffCoeff}: sets the SVV diffusion coefficient (default value = 0.1 (Exponential and Power kernel), 1 (DG-Kernel))
\subsection{Womersley Boundary Condition}
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