## Computational Methods in Applied Mathematics, Volume 4 |

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Numerical stability analysis of solutions of PDEs | 23 |

A numerical model for the radial flow through porous and deformable shells | 34 |

A numerical model for the radial flow through porous and deformable shells | 36 |

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A. A. Samarskii Applied Mathematics approximation assume asymptotic Belarus Bernstein polynomial boundary conditions boundary value problem Brillouin scattering coefficients conservation laws consider constant construct convergence rate estimates corresponding Darcy's law defined denote differential equations domain e-uniformly eigenvalues elliptic equilibrium error estimates finite difference schemes finite element method flow fluid formula function given gradient hexagons inequality infiltration front initial integral interface interpolation iterative algorithms iterative method Jacobi polynomial Journal Computational Journal Computational Methods Lemma linear liquid Math Mathematics Subject Classification matrix Matus Methods in Applied nodes non-Newtonian nonlinear nonuniform grids norm numerical methods obtained operator parameter permeability polynomial basis polynomials porous preform priori estimates problem 2.2 Proof Proposition respect Russian satisfies second order second-order Section smooth Sobolev spaces solution of problem solving space stability stationary surface Tadmor Theorem truncation error uniform grid Vabishchevich variables vector velocity