Approximation of surface diffusion flow: a second order variational Cahn–Hilliard model with degenerate mobilities

07/07/2020
by   Elie Bretin, et al.
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This paper tackles the approximation of surface diffusion flow using a Cahn–Hilliard-type model. We introduce and analyze a new second order variational phase field model which associates the classical Cahn–Hilliard energy with two degenerate mobilities. This association allows to gain an order of approximation of the sharp limit. In a second part, we propose some simple and efficient numerical schemes to approximate the solutions, and we provide numerical 2D and 3D experiments that illustrate the interest of our model in comparison with other Cahn–Hilliard models.

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