Adaptive iterative linearised finite element methods for implicitly constituted incompressible fluid flow problems and its application to Bingham fluids

09/13/2021
by   Pascal Heid, et al.
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In this work, we introduce an iterative linearised finite element method for the solution of Bingham fluid flow problems. The proposed algorithm has the favourable property that a subsequence of the sequence of iterates generated converges weakly to a solution of the problem. This will be illustrated by two numerical experiments.

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