### Über maximale LP-Regularität für Differentialgleichungen in Banach- und Hilbert-Räumen.

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We investigate a global-in-time variational approach to abstract evolution by means of the functionals proposed by Mielke and Ortiz [ (2008) 494–516]. In particular, we focus on gradient flows in Hilbert spaces. The main result is the convergence of minimizers and approximate minimizers of these functionals to the unique solution of the gradient flow. Sharp convergence rates are provided and the convergence analysis is combined with time-discretization. Applications of the...

This work is concerned with the reformulation of evolutionary problems in a weak form enabling consideration of solutions that may exhibit evolving microstructures. This reformulation is accomplished by expressing the evolutionary problem in variational form, i.e., by identifying a functional whose minimizers represent entire trajectories of the system. The particular class of functionals under consideration is derived by first defining a sequence of time-discretized minimum problems and subsequently...

We provide a rigorous justification of the classical linearization approach in plasticity. By taking the small-deformations limit, we prove via $\Gamma $-convergence for rate-independent processes that energetic solutions of the quasi-static finite-strain elastoplasticity system converge to the unique strong solution of linearized elastoplasticity.

This work is concerned with the reformulation of evolutionary problems in a weak form enabling consideration of solutions that may exhibit . This reformulation is accomplished by expressing the evolutionary problem in variational form, , by identifying a functional whose minimizers represent of the system. The particular class of functionals under consideration is derived by first defining a sequence of time-discretized minimum problems and subsequently formally passing to the limit of ...

A conceptual numerical strategy for rate-independent processes in the energetic formulation is proposed and its convergence is proved under various rather mild data qualifications. The novelty is that we obtain convergence of subsequences of space-time discretizations even in case where the limit problem does not have a unique solution and we need no additional assumptions on higher regularity of the limit solution. The variety of general perspectives thus obtained is illustrated on several...

In the nonconvex case, solutions of rate-independent systems may develop jumps as a function of time. To model such jumps, we adopt the philosophy that rate-independence should be considered as limit of systems with smaller and smaller viscosity. For the finite-dimensional case we study the vanishing-viscosity limit of doubly nonlinear equations given in terms of a differentiable energy functional and a dissipation potential that is a viscous regularization of a given rate-independent dissipation...

This paper deals with the analysis of a class of doubly nonlinear evolution equations in the framework of a general metric space. We propose for such equations a suitable metric formulation (which in fact extends the notion of for gradient flows in metric spaces, see [5]), and prove the existence of solutions for the related Cauchy problem by means of an approximation scheme by time discretization. Then, we apply our results to obtain the existence of solutions to abstract doubly nonlinear equations...

In the nonconvex case, solutions of rate-independent systems may develop jumps as a function of time. To model such jumps, we adopt the philosophy that rate-independence should be considered as limit of systems with smaller and smaller viscosity. For the finite-dimensional case we study the vanishing-viscosity limit of doubly nonlinear equations given in terms of a differentiable energy functional and a dissipation potential that is a viscous regularization...

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