Least-squares mixed finite elements with applications to anisotropic elasticity and viscoplasticity
In: Proceedings in Applied Mathematics and Mechanics, Jg. 7 (2007) ; 1, Special Issue: Sixth International Congress on Industrial Applied Mathematics (ICIAM07) and GAMM Annual Meeting, Zürich 2007, S. 4040043-4040044
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The objective of this work is to discuss a least-squares finite element method with applications to physically nonlinear and anisotropic constitutive equations at small strains. The L2-norm minimization of the residuals of the given first order system of differential equations leads to a functional, which is a two field formulation in the displacements and the stresses, see e.g. Cai & Starke . These functionals provide the foundation for the formulations of the related least-squares mixed finite elements. A main focus of the presentation lies on the extension of plane elasticity to anisotropic or nonlinear material behavior. In this context transversely isotropic elasticity and viscoplasticity is considered. Finally a numerical example is presented.
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