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domain decomposition; multilevel methods; fluid mechanics; Burgers equation
This article presents some results of numerical tests of solving the two-dimensional non-linear unsteady viscous Burgers equation. We have compared the known convergence and parallel performance properties of the additive Schwarz domain decomposition method with or without a coarse grid for the model Poisson problem with those obtained by experiments for the Burgers problem.
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