On a superconvergent finite element scheme for elliptic systems. II. Boundary conditions of Newton's or Neumann's type

Ivan Hlaváček; Michal Křížek

Aplikace matematiky (1987)

  • Volume: 32, Issue: 3, page 200-213
  • ISSN: 0862-7940

Abstract

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A simple superconvergent scheme for the derivatives of finite element solution is presented, when linear triangular elements are employed to solve second order elliptic systems with boundary conditions of Newton’s or Neumann’s type. For bounded plane domains with smooth boundary the local O ( h 3 / 2 ) -superconvergence of the derivatives in the L 2 -norm is proved. The paper is a direct continuations of [2], where an analogous problem with Dirichlet’s boundary conditions is treated.

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Hlaváček, Ivan, and Křížek, Michal. "On a superconvergent finite element scheme for elliptic systems. II. Boundary conditions of Newton's or Neumann's type." Aplikace matematiky 32.3 (1987): 200-213. <http://eudml.org/doc/15493>.

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References

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