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### A brief introduction to homogenization and miscellaneous applications*

ESAIM: Proceedings

This paper is a set of lecture notes for a short introductory course on homogenization. It covers the basic tools of periodic homogenization (two-scale asymptotic expansions, the oscillating test function method and two-scale convergence) and briefly describes the main results of the more general theory of G−  or H−convergence. Several applications of the method are given: derivation of Darcy’s law for flows in porous media, derivation of the porosity...

### A Class of Iterative Methods for Solving Saddle Point Problems.

Numerische Mathematik

### A direct boundary integral method for a mobility problem.

Georgian Mathematical Journal

### A Dual Mixed Formulation for Non-isothermal Oldroyd–Stokes Problem

Mathematical Modelling of Natural Phenomena

We propose a mixed formulation for non-isothermal Oldroyd–Stokes problem where the both extra stress and the heat flux’s vector are considered. Based on such a formulation, a dual mixed finite element is constructed and analyzed. This finite element method enables us to obtain precise approximations of the dual variable which are, for the non-isothermal fluid flow problems, the viscous and polymeric components of the extra-stress tensor, as well...

### A formulation of Stokes's problem and the linear elasticity equations suggested by the Oldroyd model for viscoelastic flow

ESAIM: Mathematical Modelling and Numerical Analysis - Modélisation Mathématique et Analyse Numérique

### A lower bound for the principal eigenvalue of the Stokes operator in a random domain

Annales de l'I.H.P. Probabilités et statistiques

This article is dedicated to localization of the principal eigenvalue (PE) of the Stokes operator acting on solenoidal vector fields that vanish outside a large random domain modeling the pore space in a cubic block of porous material with disordered micro-structure. Its main result is an asymptotically deterministic lower bound for the PE of the sum of a low compressibility approximation to the Stokes operator and a small scaled random potential term, which is applied to produce a similar bound...

### A multidomain spectral collocation method for the Stokes problem.

Numerische Mathematik

### A multigrid method for a Petrov-Galerkin discretization of the Stokes equations.

Numerische Mathematik

### A new approach to the ${L}^{2}$-regularity theorems for linear stationary nonhomogeneous Stokes systems.

Portugaliae Mathematica

### A New family of Mixed Finite Elements in IR3.

Numerische Mathematik

### A new formulation of the Stokes problem in a cylinder, and its spectral discretization

ESAIM: Mathematical Modelling and Numerical Analysis

We analyze a new formulation of the Stokes equations in three-dimensional axisymmetric geometries, relying on Fourier expansion with respect to the angular variable: the problem for each Fourier coefficient is two-dimensional and has six scalar unknowns, corresponding to the vector potential and the vorticity. A spectral discretization is built on this formulation, which leads to an exactly divergence-free discrete velocity. We prove optimal error estimates.

### A new formulation of the Stokes problem in a cylinder, and its spectral discretization

ESAIM: Mathematical Modelling and Numerical Analysis - Modélisation Mathématique et Analyse Numérique

We analyze a new formulation of the Stokes equations in three-dimensional axisymmetric geometries, relying on Fourier expansion with respect to the angular variable: the problem for each Fourier coefficient is two-dimensional and has six scalar unknowns, corresponding to the vector potential and the vorticity. A spectral discretization is built on this formulation, which leads to an exactly divergence-free discrete velocity. We prove optimal error estimates.

### A non-overlapping domain decomposition method for continuous-pressure mixed finite element approximations of the Stokes problem

ESAIM: Mathematical Modelling and Numerical Analysis - Modélisation Mathématique et Analyse Numérique

This study is mainly dedicated to the development and analysis of non-overlapping domain decomposition methods for solving continuous-pressure finite element formulations of the Stokes problem. These methods have the following special features. By keeping the equations and unknowns unchanged at the cross points, that is, points shared by more than two subdomains, one can interpret them as iterative solvers of the actual discrete problem directly issued from the finite element scheme. In this way,...

### A non-overlapping domain decomposition method for continuous-pressure mixed finite element approximations of the Stokes problem***

ESAIM: Mathematical Modelling and Numerical Analysis

This study is mainly dedicated to the development and analysis of non-overlapping domain decomposition methods for solving continuous-pressure finite element formulations of the Stokes problem. These methods have the following special features. By keeping the equations and unknowns unchanged at the cross points, that is, points shared by more than two subdomains, one can interpret them as iterative solvers of the actual discrete problem directly issued from the finite element scheme. In this way,...

### A penalty algorithm for the spectral element discretization of the Stokes problem*

ESAIM: Mathematical Modelling and Numerical Analysis

The penalty method when applied to the Stokes problem provides a very efficient algorithm for solving any discretization of this problem since it gives rise to a system of two equations where the unknowns are uncoupled. For a spectral or spectral element discretization of the Stokes problem, we prove a posteriori estimates that allow us to optimize the penalty parameter as a function of the discretization parameter. Numerical experiments confirm the interest of this technique.

### A penalty algorithm for the spectral element discretization of the Stokes problem

ESAIM: Mathematical Modelling and Numerical Analysis - Modélisation Mathématique et Analyse Numérique

The penalty method when applied to the Stokes problem provides a very efficient algorithm for solving any discretization of this problem since it gives rise to a system of two equations where the unknowns are uncoupled. For a spectral or spectral element discretization of the Stokes problem, we prove a posteriori estimates that allow us to optimize the penalty parameter as a function of the discretization parameter. Numerical experiments confirm the interest of this technique.

### A piecewise P2-nonconforming quadrilateral finite element

ESAIM: Mathematical Modelling and Numerical Analysis - Modélisation Mathématique et Analyse Numérique

We introduce a piecewise P2-nonconforming quadrilateral finite element. First, we decompose a convex quadrilateral into the union of four triangles divided by its diagonals. Then the finite element space is defined by the set of all piecewise P2-polynomials that are quadratic in each triangle and continuously differentiable on the quadrilateral. The degrees of freedom (DOFs) are defined by the eight values at the two Gauss points on each of the four edges plus the value at the intersection of the...

### A posteriori error analysis of the fully discretized time-dependent Stokes equations

ESAIM: Mathematical Modelling and Numerical Analysis - Modélisation Mathématique et Analyse Numérique

The time-dependent Stokes equations in two- or three-dimensional bounded domains are discretized by the backward Euler scheme in time and finite elements in space. The error of this discretization is bounded globally from above and locally from below by the sum of two types of computable error indicators, the first one being linked to the time discretization and the second one to the space discretization.

### A posteriori error analysis of the fully discretized time-dependent Stokes equations

ESAIM: Mathematical Modelling and Numerical Analysis

The time-dependent Stokes equations in two- or three-dimensional bounded domains are discretized by the backward Euler scheme in time and finite elements in space. The error of this discretization is bounded globally from above and locally from below by the sum of two types of computable error indicators, the first one being linked to the time discretization and the second one to the space discretization.

### A posteriori error estimators for the Stokes equations II non-conforming discretizations.

Numerische Mathematik

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