By Jack B. Evett, Cheng Liu

ISBN-10: 0070197830

ISBN-13: 9780070197831

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The definition of C1 element will be given in Sect. ) Mixed Galerkin methods remain a delicate class of finite element methods in that it is not easy to choose the approximation spaces and verify the satisfaction of the LBB condition. 20) iteratively in an efficient way for large-scale problems. 1 The Least-Squares Formulation Before introducing the least-squares formulation let us recall a few simple concepts. Assume that V is a linear space. We say that L is a linear form 38 3. , for all = (3L(v) + OL(w).

Xn-l < Xn = 1 to divide the interval [0, 1J into n subintervals or elements ej = (Xj-l, Xj), j = 1,2, ... , n, of length hj = Xj - Xj-I. and set h = max hj. The quantity h is then a measure of how fine the partition is. x Fig. 1. Example of a function Uh E Vh We now construct a trial function Uh such that Uh is linear on each element ej, and Uh is continuous on [0,1] and satisfies the boundary condition Uh(O) = 0, as illustrated in Fig. 1. These functions constitute the subspace Vh , and Vh C V.

Jiang, The Least-Squares Finite Element Method © Springer-Verlag Berlin Heidelberg 1998 32 3. 2 The Rayleigh-Ritz Method We have pointed out in Chap. 2 that the Galerkin method is based on the basic lemma of variational principles. , Washizu 1975). It is well-known that for diffusion and elasticity problems, the Galerkin method results in the same finite element scheme as in the Rayleigh-Ritz method which is based on the principle of minimum potential energy. 1) we first introduce the function space H = {u E Hl(O, 1) : u(O) = u(l) = O}.

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