We propose and study two second order in time implicit-explicit methods for the coupled Stokes-Darcy system that governs flows in karst aquifers and other subsurface flow systems. the first method is a combination of a second-order backward differentiation formula and the second order Gear's extrapolation approach. the second is a combination of the second-order Adams-Moulton and second-order Adams-Bashforth methods. Both algorithms only require the solution of decoupled Stokes and Darcy problems at each time-step. Hence, these schemes are very efficient and can be easily implemented using legacy codes. We establish the unconditional and uniform in time stability for both schemes. the uniform in time stability leads to uniform in time control of the error which is highly desirable for modeling physical processes, e.g., contaminant sequestration and release, that occur over very long-time scales. Error estimates for fully discretized schemes using finite element spatial discretization's are derived. Numerical examples are provided that illustrate the accuracy, efficiency, and long-time stability of the two schemes. © 2013 Society for Industrial and Applied Mathematics.
W. Chen et al., "Efficient and Long-Time Accurate Second-Order Methods for the Stokes-Darcy System," SIAM Journal on Numerical Analysis, vol. 51, no. 5, pp. 2563 - 2584, Society for Industrial and Applied Mathematics, Dec 2013.
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Mathematics and Statistics
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Adams-Moulton and Adams-Bashforth Methods; Backward Differentiation Formulas; Finite Element Methods; Gear's Extrapolation; Karst Aquifers; Long-Time Stability; Stokes-Darcy Systems; Unconditional Stability; Uniform in Time Error Estimates
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25 Dec 2013