Welcome to SPDISC

buy lizol online SPDISC is an international organisation with the goal of bringing together the community of researchers that develop Structure-Preserving DISCretizations.

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reminyl buy Over the years numerical analysts have developed numerical schemes which preserve some of the structure of the differential models they aim to approximate. One of the novel aspects of modern structure-preserving discretizations is the identification of the metric-free part of differential models, which can (and should) be conveniently described by exact topological relations.

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thorazine uk Structure-preserving discretizations are known for their robustness and accuracy. They conserve fundamental properties of the equations (mass, momentum, kinetic energy, etc.). For example, it is well known that the application of conventional discretization techniques to inviscid flows generates artificial energy dissipation that pollutes the energy spectrum. For these reasons, structure-preserving discretizations have been gaining popularity.

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bromhexine uk boots Although different, these methods share a common root and similar methodologies. SPDISC's objective is to bring together the different researchers in order to explore these similarities, bringing more insight into the advancement of more accurate and efficient numerical discretizations.


Objectives of SPDISC

  • To discuss current and new concepts.
  • To develop a fundamental and unified framework for Structure-Preserving Discretizations.
  • To foster communication between different researchers.
  • To provide access to existing software and methods.
  • To define benchmark test cases.
  • To identify future research directions of Structure-Preserving Discretizations.
  • To communicate experience in the application of the technology.