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The Dominant Wave-Capturing Flux: A Finite-Volume Scheme without Decomposition for Systems of Hyperbolic Conservation Laws

Michael G. Edwards

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Swansea University Author: Michael G. Edwards

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DOI (Published version): 10.1016/j.jcp.2006.02.005

Published: 2006
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title The Dominant Wave-Capturing Flux: A Finite-Volume Scheme without Decomposition for Systems of Hyperbolic Conservation Laws
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Michael G. Edwards
title_short The Dominant Wave-Capturing Flux: A Finite-Volume Scheme without Decomposition for Systems of Hyperbolic Conservation Laws
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