A survey of numerical methods for hemivariational inequalities with applications to Contact Mechanics

03/26/2021
by   Anna Ochal, et al.
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In this paper we present an abstract nonsmooth optimization problem for which we recall existence and uniqueness results. We show a numerical scheme to approximate its solution. The theory is later applied to a sample static contact problem describing an elastic body in frictional contact with a foundation. This problem leads to a hemivariational inequality which we solve numerically. Finally, we compare three computational methods of solving contact mechanical problems: direct optimization method, augmented Lagrangian method and primal-dual active set strategy.

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