An Entropy-Stable Residual Distribution Scheme for the System of Two-Dimensional Inviscid Shallow Water Equations
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An entropy-stable residual distribution (RD) method is developed for the systems of two-dimensional shallow water equations (SWE). The construction of entropy stability for the residual distribution method is derived from finite volume method principles, albeit using a multidimensional approach. The paper delves into in-depth discussions on how finite volume methods achieve entropy stability in a “one-dimensional” sense for two-dimensional systems of SWE unlike the residual distribution methods. Results herein demonstrate the superiority of the entropy-stable RD methods relative to their finite volume counterparts, especially on highly irregular triangular grids. The comparative results with other established RD methods are also included, depicting similar performances with the Lax–Wendroff method for unsteady smooth flows but more accurate than the multidimensional upwind approaches (N, LDA) on both smooth and discontinuous test cases.
KeywordsEntropy-stable Residual distribution Semi-discrete Shallow water Flux function
Mathematics Subject Classification65N08
We would like to thank Universiti Sains Malaysia for financially supporting this research work under the Academic Staff Training Scheme (ASTS) and the USM Research University Grant (No: 1001/PAERO/8014091).
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