I have a homework problem that asks me to show that 1st order unwinding or central differencing can give a strongly conservative, consistent scheme for the 1-D Burger's Equation using a finite volume ...
I have a problem by solving stokes flow in 2D by finite differences. I am using a marker and cell method, my scheme is o-------vx1.1-------o-------vx1.2-------o | | ...
I have not implemented these elements before, but I like their reduced cardinality compared to (e.g.) a tensor product of lagrange interpolants, which is very "overcomplete" (especially for orders>2) ...