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C-0 elements for generalized indefinite Maxwell equations. / Duan, Huoyuan; Lin, Ping; Tan, Roger C. E.

In: Numerische Mathematik, Vol. 122, No. 1, 09.2012, p. 61-99.

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Duan, H, Lin, P & Tan, RCE 2012, 'C-0 elements for generalized indefinite Maxwell equations' Numerische Mathematik, vol 122, no. 1, pp. 61-99.

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Duan, H., Lin, P., & Tan, R. C. E. (2012). C-0 elements for generalized indefinite Maxwell equations. Numerische Mathematik, 122(1), 61-99doi: 10.1007/s00211-012-0456-x

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Duan H, Lin P, Tan RCE. C-0 elements for generalized indefinite Maxwell equations. Numerische Mathematik. 2012 Sep;122(1):61-99.

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Duan, Huoyuan; Lin, Ping; Tan, Roger C. E. / C-0 elements for generalized indefinite Maxwell equations.

In: Numerische Mathematik, Vol. 122, No. 1, 09.2012, p. 61-99.

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N2 - <p>In this paper we develop the C (0) finite element method for a generalized curlcurl-grad div indefinite Maxwell problem in a Lipschitz domain such as nonconvex polygon for which the solution of the problem may be nonsmooth and only have the H (r) regularity for some r &lt; 1. The ingredients of our method are that two 'mass-lumping' L (2) projectors are applied to curl and div operators in the problem and that C (0) linear element or isoparametric bilinear element enriched with one element-bubble on every triangle element or with two-element-bubbles on every quadrilateral element, respectively, is employed for each component of the nonsmooth solution. Due to the fact that the element-bubbles can be statically eliminated at element levels, our method is essentially three-nodes or four-nodes C (0) Lagrange element method. With two Fortin-type interpolations established, a very technical duality argument is elaborated to estimate the error for the indefinite problem. For the nonsmooth solution having the H (r) regularity where r may vary in the interval [0, 1), we obtain the error bound in an energy norm. Some numerical experiments are performed to confirm the theoretical error bounds.</p>

AB - <p>In this paper we develop the C (0) finite element method for a generalized curlcurl-grad div indefinite Maxwell problem in a Lipschitz domain such as nonconvex polygon for which the solution of the problem may be nonsmooth and only have the H (r) regularity for some r &lt; 1. The ingredients of our method are that two 'mass-lumping' L (2) projectors are applied to curl and div operators in the problem and that C (0) linear element or isoparametric bilinear element enriched with one element-bubble on every triangle element or with two-element-bubbles on every quadrilateral element, respectively, is employed for each component of the nonsmooth solution. Due to the fact that the element-bubbles can be statically eliminated at element levels, our method is essentially three-nodes or four-nodes C (0) Lagrange element method. With two Fortin-type interpolations established, a very technical duality argument is elaborated to estimate the error for the indefinite problem. For the nonsmooth solution having the H (r) regularity where r may vary in the interval [0, 1), we obtain the error bound in an energy norm. Some numerical experiments are performed to confirm the theoretical error bounds.</p>

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