Sukhinov A.I., Chistyakov A.E., Sidoryakina V.V., Protsenko S.V., Atayan A.M. Locally two-dimensional splitting schemes for parallel solution of the three- dimensional problem of suspended matter transport

https://doi.org/10.15688/mpcm.jvolsu.2021.2.4

Alexander I. Sukhinov
Doctor of Technical Sciences, Professor, Head Of Department of Mathematics and
Physics,
Don State Technical University
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Alexander E. Chistyakov
Doctor of Technical Sciences, Professor, Professor Of Department of Mathematics and
Physics,
Don State Technical University
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Pl. Gagarina, 1, 344002 Rostov-on-Don, Russian Federation

Valentina V. Sidoryakina
Doctor of Technical Sciences, Professor, Head Of Department of Mathematics,
Don State Technical University
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Initsiativnaya St, 48, 347924l Taganrog, Russian Federation

Sofya V. Protsenko
Graduate Student of Department of Mathematics and Physics,
Don State Technical University
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Pl. Gagarina, 1, 344002 Rostov-on-Don, Russian Federation

Asya M. Atayan
Graduate Student of Department of Mathematics and Physics,
Don State Technical University
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Pl. Gagarina, 1, 344002 Rostov-on-Don, Russian Federation

Abstract. A 3D model of suspended matter transport in coastal marine systems is considered, which takes into account many factors, including the hydraulic size or the rate of particle deposition, the propagation of suspended matter, sedimentation, the intensity of distribution of suspended matter sources, etc. The difference operators of diffusion transport in the horizontal and vertical directions for this problem have significantly different characteristic spatiotemporal scales of processes, as well as spectra. With typical sampling, applied to shallow-water systems in the South of Russia (the Sea of Azov, the Tsimlyansk reservoir), the steps in horizontal directions are 200-1000 meters, the coefficients of turbulent exchange (turbulent diffusion) are (103-104) m2/sec; in the vertical direction - - - steps of 0.1 m-1 m, and the coefficients of microturbulent exchange in the vertical — (0.1-1) m2/sec. If we focus on the use of explicit locally twodimensional - - - locally one-dimensional splitting schemes, then the permissible values of the time step for a two-dimensional problem will be about 10-100 seconds, and for a one-dimensional problem in the vertical direction - - - 0.1 – 1 sec. This motivates us to construct an additive locally-two-dimensional-locallyonedimensional splitting scheme in geometric directions. The paper describes a parallel algorithm that uses both explicit and implicit schemes to approximate the two-dimensional diffusion-convection problem in horizontal directions and the one-dimensional diffusion-convection problem in the vertical direction. The two-dimensional implicit diffusion-convection problem in horizontal directions is numerically solved by the adaptive alternating-triangular method. The numerical implementation of the one-dimensional diffusion-convection problem in the vertical direction is carried out by a sequential run-through method for a series of independent one-dimensional three-point problems in the vertical direction on a given layer. To increase the efficiency of parallel calculations, the decomposition of the calculated spatial grid and all grid data in one or two spatial directions - in horizontal directions-is also performed. The obtained algorithms are compared taking into account the permissible values of time steps and the actual time spent on performing calculations and exchanging information on each time layer.

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Citation in EnglishMathematical Physics and Computer Simulation. Vol. 24 No. 2 2021, pp. 38-53

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