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Computational Methods and Experimental Measurements XVI
The Burgers' equation is an important and basic nonlinear partial differential equation in fluid dynamics, and has been used as a model equation in other fields, such as modeling of shock waves, gas dynamics, turbulence, and large bubble structures consisting of clusters of galaxies in space. Many researchers have proposed various numerical methods for solving the Burgers' equation, such as the finite difference method, finite element method, boundary element method, etc. The objective of thedoi:10.2495/cmem130071 fatcat:yqq67lhmdffpnbfe6ozxbq26rq