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I know, there is a stability condition for solving the Convection-Diffusion equation by Finite Difference explicit/implicit technique, which is \Delta t<=(\Delta x)^2/(2*D) for one-dimensional or \Delta t<=((\Delta x)^2+(\Delta y)^2)/(8*D) for two-dimensional problem, where D is the diffusion coefficient.

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Is there any such condition for only the convection equation?

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# Stability condition for solving convection equation by FDM

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