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The Fourier Singular Complement Method for the Poisson Problem. Part III: Implementation Issues

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Abstract

This paper is the last part of a three-fold article aimed at some efficient numerical methods for solving the Poisson problem in three-dimensional prismatic and axisymmetric domains. In the first and second parts the Fourier singular complement method (FSCM) was introduced and analysed for prismatic and axisymmetric domains with reentrant edges, as well as for the axisymmetric domains with sharp conical vertices. In this paper we shall mainly conduct numerical experiments to check and compare the accuracies and efficiencies of FSCM and some other related numerical methods for solving the Poisson problem in the aforementioned domains. In the case of prismatic domains with a reentrant edge, we shall compare the convergence rates of three numerical methods: 3D~finite element method using prismatic elements, FSCM, and the 3D finite element method combined with the FSCM. For axisymmetric domains with a non-convex edge or a sharp conical vertex we investigate the convergence rates of the Fourier finite element method (FFEM) and the FSCM, where the FFEM will be implemented on both quasi-uniform meshes and locally graded meshes. The complexities of the considered algorithms are also analysed.
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hal-00094316 , version 1 (26-09-2006)

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Patrick Ciarlet, Beate Jung, Samir Kaddouri, Simon Labrunie, Jun Zou. The Fourier Singular Complement Method for the Poisson Problem. Part III: Implementation Issues. 2006. ⟨hal-00094316⟩
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