Advanced Methods for Groundwater Pollution Control by G. Gambolati, G. Verri (eds.)

By G. Gambolati, G. Verri (eds.)

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A), 6 (Sys. B), 11 (Sys. C) n=169 1=5 (Test case 1), 10 (Test case 2) Table 1: Dimension of the global system of equations used in the present analysis . 1 G. Gambolati and P. Teatini Block Gauss-Seidel, Block SOR and MCG Convergence Profiles Convergence of the block Gauss-Seidel and block SOR iterative schemes is monitared by both numerically computing the Eucledian norm jr(k+l) I of the residual of the global system (eq. (7)), and evaluating the asymptotic rate of convergence R, which is theoretically defined as R = -log p(E) where p(E) is the spectral radius of the iteration matrix E [18]: E = (D- wL)- 1 (wU + (1- w)D) The iterative procedure is completed when jr(k+l)j becomes smaller than TOL (set to 10- 14 in the present analysis) or the specified maximum number of iterations IMAX is exceeded (IMAX=1000).

Arge, sparse nonsymmetric systems. This is no Ionger the case, as currently available conjugate gradient-type algorithms for solving nonsymmetric systems have become increasingly reliable and efficient. AMRB, a generalized conjugate residual method, GCRK, and the transpose-free quasi-minimal residual a;lgorithm, TFQMR. All these schemes can be used with various preconditioners, such as incomplete Croute (LU) decomposition. Descriptions of the various algorithms can 'be found in [8, 9, 10, 11]. For the symmetric systems generated by Picard linearization, we nse the incomplete Cholesky conjugate gradient method, ICCG [12, 13].

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