Finite and Boundary Element Tearing and Interconnecting by Clemens Pechstein

By Clemens Pechstein

Tearing and interconnecting equipment, reminiscent of FETI, FETI-DP, BETI, etc., are one of the such a lot winning area decomposition solvers for partial differential equations. the aim of this booklet is to offer a close and self-contained presentation of those tools, together with the corresponding algorithms in addition to a rigorous convergence idea. specifically, matters are addressed that experience no longer been coated in any monograph but: the coupling of finite and boundary parts in the tearing and interconnecting framework together with external difficulties, and the case of hugely various (multiscale) coefficients now not resolved by means of the subdomain partitioning. during this context, the e-book bargains an in depth view to an energetic and updated sector of research.

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85. 86. ˝ int / is represented by e u D V The Cauchy data . 87. 41. Proof. 55). 6 Generalizations to the Potential Equation If we replace the Laplace operator by ˛ , where ˛ is a constant coefficient, we just need to scale the fundamental solution and the normal derivatives @=@n, 1int , ext 1 by ˛. Then, all statements from the previous subsections hold true. Effectively, only some of the operators will scale linearly with some power of ˛ compared to the operators for ˛ D 1. For a constant SPD matrix A , such a generalization is also possible, see [SS11].

The complexity of pure solving is smaller in many cases. 1 Computational complexity of direct solvers for one-, two-, and three-dimensional model problems (Source: [Zum03, p. 0001 10 100 1000 10000 100000 1e+06 1e+07 1e+08 1e+09 number of unknowns Fig. edu/research/sparse/umfpack/ In practice, these solvers work rather well (with almost linear preasymptotic complexity) until the number of unknowns goes beyond a certain barrier. 4 shows the CPU times of PARDISO for a two- and three-dimensional model problem.

Ext / W kvkH 1;? 2 The Potential Equation: Variational Framework and Finite Elements 41 equipped with norm Z kvkH 1;? x/ WD jxj if d D 3. The same holds true if the set ˝ ext is replaced by Rd . Proof. , [Lun06]. As a particularity of the Laplace problem, there is a principal difference between two and three space dimensions. For d D 3, one can show that functions v 2 H 1;? jxj 1 / as jxj ! 1: For d D 2, however, 1˝ ext 2 H 1;? ˝ ext /: We could say that in three dimensions, H 1;? ˝ ext / functions have to vanish at infinity, which is not the case in two dimensions.

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