Elastic interior transmission eigenvalues and their computation via the method of fundamental solutions

09/05/2019
by   Andreas Kleefeld, et al.
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A stabilized version of the fundamental solution method to catch ill-conditioning effects is investigated with focus on the computation of complex-valued elastic interior transmission eigenvalues in two dimensions for homogeneous and isotropic media without voids. Its algorithm can be implemented very shortly and adopts to many similar PDE-based eigenproblems as long as the underlying fundamental solution function can be easily generated. We develop a corroborative approximation analysis which also implicates new basic results for transmission eigenfunctions and present some numerical examples which together prove successful feasibility of our eigenvalue recovery approach.

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