Conservative Discontinuous Cut Finite Element Methods

by   Mats G. Larson, et al.

We develop a conservative cut finite element method for an elliptic coupled bulk-interface problem. The method is based on a discontinuous Galerkin framework where stabilization is added in such a way that we retain conservation on macro elements containing one element with a large intersection with the domain and possibly a number of elements with small intersections. We derive error estimates and present confirming numerical results



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