In this paper, the piecewise parabolic method is presented for solving the one-dimensional advection-diffusion type equation and its application to the burger equation. First, the given solution domain is discretized by using a uniform Discretization grid point. Next by applying the integration in terms of spatial variable, we discretized the given advection-diffusion type equation and converting it into the system of first-order ordinary differential equation in terms of temporarily variable. Next, by using Taylor series expansion we discretized the obtained system of ordinary differential equation and obtain the central finite difference equation. Then using this difference equation, the given advection-diffusion type equation is solved by using the parabolic method at each specified grid point. To validate the applicability of the proposed method, four model examples are considered and solved at each specific grid point on its solution domain. The stability and convergent analysis of the present method is worked by supported the theoretical and mathematical statements and the accuracy of the solution is obtained. The accuracy of the present method has been shown in the sense of root mean square error norm L_{2} and maximum absolute error norm L_{∞} and the local behavior of the solution is captured exactly. Numerical, exact solutions and behavior of maximum absolute error between them have been presented in terms of graphs and the corresponding root means square error norm L_{2} and maximum absolute error norm L_{∞} presented in tables. The present method approximates the exact solution very well and it is quite efficient and practically well suited for solving advection-diffusion type equation. The numerical result presented in tables and graphs indicates that the approximate solution is in good agreement with the exact solution. Hence the proposed method is accruable to solve the advection-diffusion type equation.
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Advection-diffusion Type Equation, Burger Equation, Piece-wise Parabolic Method, Taylor Series Expansion, Stability, Convergent Analysis, Root Mean Square and Maximum Absolute Error Norm
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