Pub. online:24 May 2022Type:Research ArticleOpen Access
Volume 33, Issue 3 (2022), pp. 477–497
This model describes the heat equation in 3D domains, and this problem is reduced to a hybrid dimension problem, keeping the initial dimension only in some parts and reducing it to one-dimensional equation within the domains in some distance from the base regions. Such mathematical models are typical in industrial installations such as pipelines. Our aim is to add two additional improvements into this methodology. First, the economical ADI type finite volume scheme is constructed to solve the non-classical heat conduction problem. Special interface conditions are defined between 3D and 1D parts. It is proved that the ADI scheme is unconditionally stable. Second, the parallel factorization algorithm is proposed to solve the obtained systems of discrete equations. Due to both modifications the run-time of computations is reduced essentially. Results of computational experiments confirm the theoretical error analysis and scalability estimates of the parallel algorithm.
Pub. online:1 Jan 2018Type:Research ArticleOpen Access
Volume 29, Issue 2 (2018), pp. 233–249
The new nonlocal delayed feedback controller is used to control the production of drugs in a simple bioreactor. This bioreactor is based on the enzymatic conversion of substrate into the required product. The dynamics of this device is described by a system of two nonstationary nonlinear diffusion-reaction equations. The control loop defines the changes of the substrate concentration delivered into the bioreactor at the external boundary of the bioreactor depending on the difference of measurements of the produced drug delivered into the body and the flux of the drug prescribed by a doctor in accordance with the therapeutic protocol. The system of PDEs is solved by using the finite difference method, the control loop parameters are defined from the analysis of stationary linearized equations. The stability of the algorithm for the inverse boundary condition is investigated. Results of computational experiments are presented and analysed.
Volume 11, Issue 4 (2000), pp. 371–380
The accuracy of adaptive integration algorithms for solving stiff ODE is investigated. The analysis is done by comparing the discrete and exact amplification factors of the equations. It is proved that the usage of stiffness number of the Jacobian matrix is sufficient in order to estimate the complexity of solving ODE problems by explicit integration algorithms. The complexity of implicit integration algorithms depends on the distribution of eigenvalues of the Jacobian. Results of numerical experiments are presented.