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Unformatted text preview: hierarchical bases, select an ordering of unknowns and write the form of the nite element solution on a canonical two-dimensional element. What are the components of the matrix N? For this approximation, develop a formula for the element sti ness matrix (5.6.6a). Express your answer in terms of the matrices Gie, i = 1 2 3, and integrals of the shape functions. Bibliography 1] I. Babuska, J.E. Flaherty, W.D. Henshaw, J.E. Hopcroft, J.E. Oliger, and T. Tezduyar, editors. Modeling, Mesh Generation, and Adaptive Numerical Methods for Partial Di erential Equations, volume 75 of The IMA Volumes in Mathematics and its Applications, New York, 1995. Springer-Verlag. 2] P.L. Baehmann, M.S. Shephard, and J.E. Flaherty. Adaptive analysis for automated nite element modeling. In J.R. Whiteman, editor, The Mathematics of Finite Elements and Applications VI, MAFELAP 1987, pages 521{532, London, 1988. Academic Press. 3] P.L. Baehmann, S.L. Witchen, M.S. Shephard, K.R. Grice, and M.A. Yerry. Robust, geometrically-based, automatic two-dimensional mesh generation. International Journal of Numerical Methods in Engineering, 24:1043{1078, 1987. 4] M.W. Beall and M.S. Shephard. A general topology-based mesh data structure. International Journal of Numerical Methods in Engineering, 40:1573{1596, 1997. 5] M.W. Bern, J.E. Flaherty, and M. Luskin, editors. Grid Generation and Adaptive Algorithms, volume 113 of The IMA Volumes in Mathematics and its Applications, New York, 1999. Springer. 6] G.F. Carey. Computational Grids: Generation, Adaptation, and Solution Strategies. Series in Computational and Physical Processes in Mechanics and Thermal science. Taylor and Francis, New York, 1997. 7] J.E. Flaherty, R. Loy, M.S. Shephard, B.K. Szymanski, J. Teresco, and L. Ziantz. Adaptive local re nement with octree load-balancing for the parallel solution of three-dimensional conservation laws. Parallel and Distributed Computing, 1998. to appear. 8] J.E. Flaherty, R.M. Loy, C. Ozturan, M.S. Shephard, B.K. Szymanski, J.D. Teresco, and L.H. Ziantz. Parallel structures and dynamic load balancing for adaptive nite element computation. Applied Numerical Mathematics, 26:241{265, 1998. 41 42 Mesh Generation and Assembly 9] J.E. Flaherty, P.J. Paslow, M.S. Shephard, and J.D. Vasilakis, editors. Adaptive methods for Partial Di erential Equations, Philadelphia, 1989. SIAM. 10] R. Lohner. Finite element methods in CFD: Grid generation, adaptivity and parallelization. In H. Deconinck and T. Barth, editors, Unstructured Grid Methods for Advection Dominated Flows, number AGARD Report AGARD-R-787, Neuilly sur Seine, 1992. Chapter 8. 11] R. Verfurth. A Review of Posteriori Error Estimation and Adaptive MeshRe nement Techniques. Teubner-Wiley, Stuttgart, 1996....
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