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At the " D 0 limit, ujC1 D uj 1 . This and the boundary conditions originate the oscillatory behavior of the approximate solution. See Fig. 3. 8), this scheme is also a finite difference scheme which uses a central difference approximation for the convective term du=dx. 8 z Fig. 3) for " D 10 5 and N D 16. 2 0 Fig. 9) for the convection term, for " D 0:01 and h D 1=32. 4 yields, however, a better result. See Fig. 4. In fact, for this scheme, uj D uj 1 , as " goes to zero. Since u0 D 1, it holds that uj D 1 in the " !
Also, U i does not satisfy the boundary condition at x D 0, but this error is exponentially small. 9. 2 Truncation Error Analysis We start by developing here an analysis quite similar to that of Sect. 2. To simplify the computations, we assume here that the functions ˇ and 0 are actually positive constants—otherwise it would be necessary to take into account the effect of replacing them by their truncated Taylor expansions. We first obtain stability estimates. 0;1/ Ä c jw0 j C jw1 j . 0;1/ . 0; 1/.
XiC1 x/=h2 . 4 Conclusions 21 Next, we assume that f is constant within each element. 44) for j D 0; : : : ; N. 45) xj and that determines cj in terms of u1 and f . ub ; v1 / D N X N X ci a. f ; u1 ; v1 / D Z N X xiC1 i iCi xi . xiC1 xi /k j dx f /. f ; u1 ; v1 / D hf ; v1 i for all v1 2 P1 : The advantage of the approach just described is that there is no need to design a stabilization parameter a priori (considered to be an art for a few). The parameter naturally inherits properties from the bubble part.