The existence and uniqueness theorem in Biot's consolidation theory

Alexander Ženíšek

Aplikace matematiky (1984)

  • Volume: 29, Issue: 3, page 194-211
  • ISSN: 0862-7940

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Existence and uniqueness theorem is established for a variational problem including Biot's model of consolidation of clay. The proof of existence is constructive and uses the compactness method. Error estimates for the approximate solution obtained by a method combining finite elements and Euler's backward method are given.

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Ženíšek, Alexander. "The existence and uniqueness theorem in Biot's consolidation theory." Aplikace matematiky 29.3 (1984): 194-211. <http://eudml.org/doc/15348>.

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