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Note that in computing the above-mentioned Jacobian, the row and column corresponding to the normal component of the magnetic field are dropped. The solution to the Riemann problem is then used to compute the fluxes through the cell face. This method, as described above, can lead to numerical problems, that is, positivity is not guaranteed and negative pressures or densities may develop. If this occurs, we use the more robust and generally positivity preserving HLL flux as given below. 10) where F is notationally a generic flux through a cell face, UL and UR are the conserved quantities on the left/right side of the cell face, and λmin and λmax are, respectively, the minimum and maximum eigenvalues evaluated at the arithmetic average of the left and right states.

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Traditional nondissipative finite difference schemes have large dispersive errors. These large spatial gradients are effectively treated with high-resolution upwind methods, which have been effectively used in shock capturing in computational fluid dynamics. 2 MATHEMATICAL MODELS, EQUATIONS, AND NUMERICAL METHOD We begin by writing the equations of compressible resistive MHD in nearconservation form in cylindrical coordinates. These equations describe the conservation of mass, momentum, and energy, coupled with Maxwell’s equations for the evolution of the magnetic field.

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