MA 587
Homework #3
Due Date: April 8, 2014
1. Consider the Sturm-Liouville problem
(1 + x2 )u ) + xu
= f,
0 < x < 1,
u(1) = 2.
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Chapter 9
The Finite Element
Method for 2D Problems
The FE procedure to solve 2D problems is the same as that for 1D problems, as the ow
chart below demonstrates.
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Chapter 8
Issues of the FE Method
in one space dimensions
Boundary Conditions, Implementation & the LaxMilgram Lemma
8.1
Boundary Conditions
For a second order two-point BVP, typ
Chapter 6
Finite Element Methods
for 1D Elliptic Problems
The nite element (FE) method was developed to solve complicated problems in
engineering, notably in elasticity and structural mechanics modeli
Chapter 7
Theoretical Foundations
of the Finite Element
Method
Using FE methods, we need to answer these questions:
What is the appropriate functional space V for the solution?
What is the appropria
Numerical Solutions of Partial Dierential
Equations An Introduction to Finite Dierence
and Finite Element Methods
Zhilin Li1
Zhonghua Qiao2
Tao Tang3
December 17, 2012
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Center for Research in Scienti
MA 587
Homework #2
Due February 20
1. Take n = 3, the number of variables, describe the Sobolev space H 3 (), i.e. m = 3, in terms of L2 ()
(list all terms). Also explain the inner product, the norm,
MA 587
Homework #4
Due April 22
1. Use the Lax-Milgram Lemma to show whether or not the following two-point value problem has a
unique solution:
u + q(x)u = f ,
0 < x < 1,
u (0) = u (1) = 0 ,
(1)
wher
MA 587
Homework #1
Due Jan. 30
Please read the Homework Guidlines on the course webpage rst.
1. This problem deals with the following boundary value problem:
u (x) + u(x) = f (x),
u(0) = u(1) = 0.
(a)