January  2020, 25(1): 321-334. doi: 10.3934/dcdsb.2019185

Error analysis of discontinuous Galerkin method for the time fractional KdV equation with weak singularity solution

1. 

School of Mathematics and Statistics, Shandong Normal University, Jinan 250014, China

2. 

School of Mathematic and Quantitative Economics, Shandong University of Finance and Economics, Jinan 250014, China

3. 

Labroatory of Computational Physics, Institute of Applied Physics and Computational Mathematics, Beijing 100088, China

* Corresponding author: huangcb@csrc.ac.cn

Received  January 2018 Revised  March 2019 Published  September 2019

Fund Project: The authors are grateful to the National Natural Science Foundation of PR China (Grant Nos. 11801332, 11571002, and 11971276).

In this work, the time fractional KdV equation with Caputo time derivative of order $ \alpha \in (0,1) $ is considered. The solution of this problem has a weak singularity near the initial time $ t = 0 $. A fully discrete discontinuous Galerkin (DG) method combining the well-known L1 discretisation in time and DG method in space is proposed to approximate the time fractional KdV equation. The unconditional stability result and O$ (N^{-\min \{r\alpha,2-\alpha\}}+h^{k+1}) $ convergence result for $ P^k \; (k\geq 2) $ polynomials are obtained. Finally, numerical experiments are presented to illustrate the efficiency and the high order accuracy of the proposed scheme.

Citation: Na An, Chaobao Huang, Xijun Yu. Error analysis of discontinuous Galerkin method for the time fractional KdV equation with weak singularity solution. Discrete & Continuous Dynamical Systems - B, 2020, 25 (1) : 321-334. doi: 10.3934/dcdsb.2019185
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Figure 1.  The numerical solution for Example 4.1 with $ \alpha = 0.4 $
Table 1.  $ L^\infty(L^2) $ errors and orders of convergence on temporal direction for Example 4.1 with $ r = (2-\alpha)/\alpha $
N = 32N = 64N = 128N = 256 $ N = 512 $N = 1024
$ \alpha = 0.4 $3.0496E-21.1110E-23.9235E-31.3578E-34.6379E-41.5729E-4
1.45671.50161.53071.54981.5600
$ \alpha = 0.6 $3.8341E-21.5127E-25.8825E-32.2665E-38.6831E-43.3157E-4
1.34171.36261.37591.38421.3888
$ \alpha = 0.8 $5.9953E-22.6607E-21.1728E-25.1485E-32.2540E-39.8512E-4
1.17201.18171.18781.19161.1941
N = 32N = 64N = 128N = 256 $ N = 512 $N = 1024
$ \alpha = 0.4 $3.0496E-21.1110E-23.9235E-31.3578E-34.6379E-41.5729E-4
1.45671.50161.53071.54981.5600
$ \alpha = 0.6 $3.8341E-21.5127E-25.8825E-32.2665E-38.6831E-43.3157E-4
1.34171.36261.37591.38421.3888
$ \alpha = 0.8 $5.9953E-22.6607E-21.1728E-25.1485E-32.2540E-39.8512E-4
1.17201.18171.18781.19161.1941
Table 2.  Errors and orders of convergence on space direction for Example 4.1 with $ \alpha = 0.4 $
Polynomial M $ \|u-u_h\|_{L^2} $ Order $ \|u-u_h\|_{L^{\infty}} $ Order
$ P^2 $ 5 5.3831E-01 - 3.2328E-01 -
10 7.8579E-02 2.7762 4.7729E-02 2.7598
20 9.9319E-03 2.9840 6.2124E-03 2.9416
40 1.1426E-04 3.1196 7.5845E-04 3.0340
$ P^3 $ 5 1.7236E-02 - 1.3819E-02 -
10 1.1399E-03 3.9184 8.7589E-04 3.9798
15 2.2712E-04 3.9406 1.7695E-04 3.9667
20 7.2979E-05 3.9418 6.1408E-04 3.9070
Polynomial M $ \|u-u_h\|_{L^2} $ Order $ \|u-u_h\|_{L^{\infty}} $ Order
$ P^2 $ 5 5.3831E-01 - 3.2328E-01 -
10 7.8579E-02 2.7762 4.7729E-02 2.7598
20 9.9319E-03 2.9840 6.2124E-03 2.9416
40 1.1426E-04 3.1196 7.5845E-04 3.0340
$ P^3 $ 5 1.7236E-02 - 1.3819E-02 -
10 1.1399E-03 3.9184 8.7589E-04 3.9798
15 2.2712E-04 3.9406 1.7695E-04 3.9667
20 7.2979E-05 3.9418 6.1408E-04 3.9070
Table 3.  $ L^\infty(L^2) $ errors and orders of convergence on temporal direction for Example 4.2 with $ r = (2-\alpha)/\alpha $
N = 32N = 64N = 128N = 256 $ N = 512 $N = 1024
$ \alpha = 0.4 $2.6605E-29.8042E-33.4860E-31.2119E-34.1549E-41.4179E-4
1.44021.49181.52431.54441.5510
$ \alpha = 0.6 $3.0086E-21.2002E-24.6980E-31.8177E-36.9850E-42.6770E-4
1.32581.35311.36991.37971.3836
$ \alpha = 0.8 $4.1374E-21.8226E-27.9818E-33.4836E-31.5178E-36.6104E-4
1.18271.19121.19611.19851.1992
N = 32N = 64N = 128N = 256 $ N = 512 $N = 1024
$ \alpha = 0.4 $2.6605E-29.8042E-33.4860E-31.2119E-34.1549E-41.4179E-4
1.44021.49181.52431.54441.5510
$ \alpha = 0.6 $3.0086E-21.2002E-24.6980E-31.8177E-36.9850E-42.6770E-4
1.32581.35311.36991.37971.3836
$ \alpha = 0.8 $4.1374E-21.8226E-27.9818E-33.4836E-31.5178E-36.6104E-4
1.18271.19121.19611.19851.1992
Table 4.  Errors and orders of convergence on space direction for Example 4.2 with $ \alpha = 0.4 $
Polynomial M $ \|u-u_h\|_{L^2} $ Order $ \|u-u_h\|_{L^{\infty}} $ Order
$ P^2 $ 5 3.8931E-01 - 2.3483E-01 -
10 5.6563E-02 2.7829 3.4418E-02 2.7704
20 7.1139E-03 2.9911 4.4696E-03 2.9449
40 7.7979E-04 3.1894 5.4210E-04 3.0435
$ P^3 $ 5 1.2812E-02 - 1.0564E-02 -
10 8.3809E-03 3.9342 6.7270E-04 3.9731
15 1.6615E-04 3.9552 1.2940E-04 4.0071
20 5.3162E-05 3.9564 4.3749E-05 3.9578
Polynomial M $ \|u-u_h\|_{L^2} $ Order $ \|u-u_h\|_{L^{\infty}} $ Order
$ P^2 $ 5 3.8931E-01 - 2.3483E-01 -
10 5.6563E-02 2.7829 3.4418E-02 2.7704
20 7.1139E-03 2.9911 4.4696E-03 2.9449
40 7.7979E-04 3.1894 5.4210E-04 3.0435
$ P^3 $ 5 1.2812E-02 - 1.0564E-02 -
10 8.3809E-03 3.9342 6.7270E-04 3.9731
15 1.6615E-04 3.9552 1.2940E-04 4.0071
20 5.3162E-05 3.9564 4.3749E-05 3.9578
Table 5.  $ L^2 $ errors and orders of convergence on temporal direction for Example 4.3 with $ r = (2-\alpha)/\alpha $
N = 64N = 128N = 256N = 512N = 1024
$ \alpha = 0.4 $2.4959E-38.4989E-42.8741E-49.6635E-53.2367E-5
1.55421.56411.57201.5784
$ \alpha = 0.6 $6.0125E-32.3383E-38.9915E-43.4367E-41.3092E-4
1.36241.37881.38751.3923
$ \alpha = 0.8 $1.0359E-24.6808E-32.0899E-31.2645E-44.0879E-4
1.14601.16331.17361.1803
N = 64N = 128N = 256N = 512N = 1024
$ \alpha = 0.4 $2.4959E-38.4989E-42.8741E-49.6635E-53.2367E-5
1.55421.56411.57201.5784
$ \alpha = 0.6 $6.0125E-32.3383E-38.9915E-43.4367E-41.3092E-4
1.36241.37881.38751.3923
$ \alpha = 0.8 $1.0359E-24.6808E-32.0899E-31.2645E-44.0879E-4
1.14601.16331.17361.1803
Table 6.  $ L^2 $ errors and orders of convergence on temporal direction for Example 4.3 with $ r = 2(2-\alpha)/\alpha $
N = 64N = 128N = 256N = 512N = 1024
$ \alpha = 0.4 $6.0380E-32.2285E-37.2999E-42.4866E-48.4023E-5
1.51101.53711.55361.5653
$ \alpha = 0.6 $1.1214E-24.4769E-31.7480E-36.7438E-42.5839E-4
1.32481.35671.37411.3839
$ \alpha = 0.8 $1.5602E-27.0291E-33.1157E-31.3694E-35.9926E-4
1.15031.17371.18591.1923
N = 64N = 128N = 256N = 512N = 1024
$ \alpha = 0.4 $6.0380E-32.2285E-37.2999E-42.4866E-48.4023E-5
1.51101.53711.55361.5653
$ \alpha = 0.6 $1.1214E-24.4769E-31.7480E-36.7438E-42.5839E-4
1.32481.35671.37411.3839
$ \alpha = 0.8 $1.5602E-27.0291E-33.1157E-31.3694E-35.9926E-4
1.15031.17371.18591.1923
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