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Finite Element Simulations with Adaptively Moving Mesh for the Reaction Diffusion System

  • Congcong Xie (a1) and Xianliang Hu (a2)
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A moving mesh method is proposed for solving reaction-diffusion equations. The finite element method is used to solving the partial different equation system, and an efficient numerical scheme is applied to implement mesh moving. In the practical calculations, the moving mesh step and the problem equation solver are performed alternatively. Several numerical examples are presented, including the Gray-Scott, the Activator-Inhibitor and a case with a growing domain. It is illustrated numerically that the moving mesh methods costs much lower, compared with the numerical schemes on a fixed mesh. Even in the case of complex pattern dynamics described by the reaction-diffusion systems, the adapted meshes can capture the details successfully.

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*Corresponding author. Email addresses:xlhu@zju.edu.cn (X. Hu), ccxie@zjut.edu.cn (C. Xie)
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Numerical Mathematics: Theory, Methods and Applications
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