Excessive Damping

It was shown in previous sections that, by adding artificial selective damping to a finite difference equation, the short waves are eliminated. However, if too much
damping is used, there are also negative effects. Excessive selective damping can basically result in “artificial viscous diffusion” and “numerical instability.” Here, the phenomenon of “artificial viscous diffusion” will be discussed first.

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