Piecewise Divergence-Free Nonconforming Virtual Elements for Stokes Problem in Any Dimensions

Published on Jun 29, 2021in SIAM Journal on Numerical Analysis2.712
· DOI :10.1137/20M1350479
Huayi Wei7
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Xuehai Huang1
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Ao Li1
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Abstract
Piecewise divergence-free nonconforming virtual elements are designed for Stokes problem in any dimensions. After introducing a local energy projector based on the Stokes problem and the stabilizat...
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