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Discrete entropy inequalities via an optimization process

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The solutions of hyperbolic systems may contain discontinuities. These weak solutions verify not only the original PDEs, but also an entropy inequality that acts as a selection criterion determining whether a discontinuity is physical or not. Obtaining a discrete version of these entropy inequalities when approximating the solutions numerically is crucial to avoid convergence to unphysical solutions or even unstability. However such a task is difficult in general, if not impossible for schemes of order 2 or more. In this paper, we introduce an optimization framework that enables us to quantify a posteriori the decrease or increase of entropy of a given scheme, locally in space and time. We use it to obtain maps of numerical diffusion and to prove that some schemes do not have a discrete entropy inequality. A special attention is devoted to the widely used second order MUSCL scheme for which almost no theoretical results are known.
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hal-04482948 , version 1 (28-02-2024)

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Nina Aguillon, Emmanuel Audusse, Vivien Desveaux, Julien Salomon. Discrete entropy inequalities via an optimization process. ESAIM: Mathematical Modelling and Numerical Analysis, 2024, 58 (1), pp.363-391. ⟨10.1051/m2an/2023098⟩. ⟨hal-04482948⟩
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