David A. Kopriva
David A. Kopriva
Professor Emeritus of Mathematics, The Florida State University and San Diego State University
Verified email at math.fsu.edu
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Implementing spectral methods for partial differential equations: Algorithms for scientists and engineers
DA Kopriva
Springer Science & Business Media, 2009
5822009
A conservative staggered-grid Chebyshev multidomain method for compressible flows
DA Kopriva, JH Kolias
Journal of computational physics 125 (1), 244-261, 1996
4031996
Effects of particle drift on the transport of cosmic rays. III-Numerical models of galactic cosmic-ray modulation
JR Jokipii, DA Kopriva
The Astrophysical Journal 234, 384-392, 1979
2541979
A staggered-grid multidomain spectral method for the compressible Navier–Stokes equations
DA Kopriva
Journal of computational physics 143 (1), 125-158, 1998
1901998
A conservative staggered-grid Chebyshev multidomain method for compressible flows. II. A semi-structured method
DA Kopriva
Journal of computational physics 128 (2), 475-488, 1996
1721996
Split form nodal discontinuous Galerkin schemes with summation-by-parts property for the compressible Euler equations
GJ Gassner, AR Winters, DA Kopriva
Journal of Computational Physics 327, 39-66, 2016
1672016
Metric identities and the discontinuous spectral element method on curvilinear meshes
DA Kopriva
Journal of Scientific Computing 26 (3), 301-327, 2006
1512006
Computation of electromagnetic scattering with a non‐conforming discontinuous spectral element method
DA Kopriva, SL Woodruff, MY Hussaini
International journal for numerical methods in engineering 53 (1), 105-122, 2002
1512002
On the quadrature and weak form choices in collocation type discontinuous Galerkin spectral element methods
DA Kopriva, G Gassner
Journal of Scientific Computing 44 (2), 136-155, 2010
1232010
A comparison of the dispersion and dissipation errors of Gauss and Gauss–Lobatto discontinuous Galerkin spectral element methods
G Gassner, DA Kopriva
SIAM Journal on Scientific Computing 33 (5), 2560-2579, 2011
1172011
Discontinuous spectral element approximation of Maxwell’s equations
DA Kopriva, SL Woodruff, MY Hussaini
Discontinuous Galerkin Methods, 355-361, 2000
922000
The shell around nova DQ Herculis 1934
RE Williams, NJ Woolf, EK Hege, RL Moore, DA Kopriva
The Astrophysical Journal 224, 171-173, 1978
911978
A well balanced and entropy conservative discontinuous Galerkin spectral element method for the shallow water equations
GJ Gassner, AR Winters, DA Kopriva
Applied Mathematics and Computation 272, 291-308, 2016
902016
A spectral multidomain method for the solution of hyperbolic systems
DA Kopriva
Applied Numerical Mathematics 2 (3-5), 221-241, 1986
801986
Spectral methods for the Euler equations. II-Chebyshev methods andshock fitting
MY Hussaini, DA Kopriva, MD Salas, TA Zang
AIAA journal 23 (2), 234-240, 1985
701985
The BR1 scheme is stable for the compressible Navier–Stokes equations
GJ Gassner, AR Winters, FJ Hindenlang, DA Kopriva
Journal of Scientific Computing 77 (1), 154-200, 2018
682018
An entropy stable nodal discontinuous Galerkin method for the two dimensional shallow water equations on unstructured curvilinear meshes with discontinuous bathymetry
N Wintermeyer, AR Winters, GJ Gassner, DA Kopriva
Journal of Computational Physics 340, 200-242, 2017
592017
Discontinuous Galerkin spectral element approximations on moving meshes
CAA Minoli, DA Kopriva
Journal of Computational Physics 230 (5), 1876-1902, 2011
592011
Spectral methods for the Euler equations. I-Fourier methods and shock capturing
MY Hussaini, DA Kopriva, MD Salas, TA Zang
AIAA journal 23 (1), 64-70, 1985
561985
An energy stable discontinuous Galerkin spectral element discretization for variable coefficient advection problems
DA Kopriva, GJ Gassner
SIAM Journal on Scientific Computing 36 (4), A2076-A2099, 2014
552014
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