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By Etienne Emmrich, Petra Wittbold
This article features a sequence of self-contained reports at the state-of-the-art in several components of partial differential equations, provided via French mathematicians. issues comprise qualitative houses of reaction-diffusion equations, multiscale tools coupling atomistic and continuum mechanics, adaptive semi-Lagrangian schemes for the Vlasov-Poisson equation, and coupling of scalar conservation legislation.
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Consider also the slope ω = dx of the discontinuity curve (more dt = u+ −u− exactly, the slope of its tangent line); notice that ω is equal to the value f ′ (u˜ ) at some point u˜ which lies strictly between u+ and u− . These three slopes satisfy the so-called Lax admissibility condition f ′ (u+ ) < ω = f (u+ ) − f (u− ) = f ′ (u˜ ) < f ′ (u− ). 7) Indeed, if f is strictly convex, then f ′ is a monotone increasing function, and the admissibility condition for this case of a convex flux function f ensures that u+ < u˜ < u− .
2) whatever be the flux function f = f (u)). Let us check the Rankine–Hugoniot condition on each of the three lines of discontinuity of the first kind (which are x = 0 and x = ±δt): as x = 0, we have u− = −δ , u+ = δ , and 2 dx δ 2 − (−δ ) f (u+ ) − f (u− ) =0= = ; dt δ − (−δ ) u+ − u− 28 Gregory A. Chechkin and Andrey Yu. Goritsky as x = −δt, we have u− = 0, u+ = −δ , and 2 f (u+ ) − f (u− ) dx (−δ ) − 02 = = −δ = ; dt u+ − u− (−δ ) − 0 as x = δt, we have u− = δ , u+ = 0, and 02 − δ 2 f (u+ ) − f (u− ) dx =δ= = .
7) again, since f ′ is a monotone decreasing function in this case. 7) is a particular case of the admissibility condition which is fundamental for the theory of systems of conservation laws. It was first formulated by the American mathematician P. D. Lax (see ). Therefore, we observe that, as t grows, the characteristics approach the discontinuity curve from both sides (see Fig. 10a); none of the two characteristics can move away from it (the case where the characteristics move away from the discontinuity curve as t grows is depicted in Fig.
Analytical and Numerical Aspects of Partial Differential Equations: Notes of a Lecture Series by Etienne Emmrich, Petra Wittbold