Where: 362B (ACS building)
Speaker: Symeon Papadimitropoulos
Title: The Double Absorbing Boundary method for the Helmholtz equation
Abstract: The Double Absorbing Boundary (DAB) is a recently proposed absorbing layer used to truncate an unbounded domain with high-order accuracy. While it was originally designed for time-dependent acoustics and elastodynamics, here the DAB construction is adapted and applied to the 2D Helmholtz equation. Both waveguide and corner configurations are considered. A high-order spectral finite element scheme is used in order to match the discretization accuracy to the accuracy of the DAB. The DAB scheme is analyzed, and numerical experiments demonstrate its performance.