A generalized finite element method for the strongly damped wave equation with rapidly varying data

by   Per Ljung, et al.

We propose a generalized finite element method for the strongly damped wave equation with highly varying coefficients. The proposed method is based on the localized orthogonal decomposition introduced and is designed to handle independent variations in both the damping and the wave propagation speed respectively. The method does so by automatically correcting for the damping in the transient phase and for the propagation speed in the steady state phase. Convergence of optimal order is proven in L_2(H^1)-norm, independent of the derivatives of the coefficients. We present numerical examples that confirm the theoretical findings.



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