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We consider an incompressible flow problem in a N-dimensional fractured porous domain (Darcy’s problem). The fracture is represented by a (N − 1)-dimensional interface, exchanging fluid with the surrounding media. In this paper we consider the lowest-order (ℝ T0, ℙ0) Raviart-Thomas mixed finite element method for the approximation of the coupled Darcy’s flows in the porous media and within the fracture, with independent meshes for the respective domains. This is achieved thanks to an enrichment...

We consider an incompressible flow problem in a N-dimensional fractured porous domain (Darcy’s problem). The fracture is represented by a (N − 1)-dimensional interface, exchanging fluid with the surrounding media. In this paper we consider the lowest-order (ℝ T0, ℙ0) Raviart-Thomas mixed finite element method for the approximation of the coupled Darcy’s flows in the porous media and within the fracture, with independent meshes for the respective...

The author studies the behaviour of a multi-level method that combines the Jacobi iterations and the correction by aggragation of unknowns. Our considerations are restricted to a simple one-dimensional example, which allows us to employ the technique of the Fourier analysis. Despite of this restriction we are able to demonstrate differences between the behaviour of the algorithm considered and of multigrid methods employing interpolation instead of aggregation.

A general construction of test functions in the Petrov-Galerkin method is described. Using this construction; algorithms for an approximate solution of the Dirichlet problem for the differential equation $-\u03f5{u}^{n}+p{u}^{\text{'}}+qu=f$ are presented and analyzed theoretically. The positive number $\u03f5$ is supposed to be much less than the discretization step and the values of $\left|p\right|,q$. An algorithm for the corresponding two-dimensional problem is also suggested and results of numerical tests are introduced.

FEM discretizations of arbitrary order $r$ are considered for a singularly perturbed one-dimensional reaction-diffusion problem whose solution exhibits strong layers. A posteriori error bounds of interpolation type are derived in the maximum norm. An adaptive algorithm is devised to resolve the boundary layers. Numerical experiments complement our theoretical results.

The aim of this article is to present a simple proof of the theorem about perturbation of the Sturm-Liouville operator in Liouville normal form.