Elimination of ringing artifacts by finite-element projection in FFT-based homogenization

05/07/2021 ∙ by Richard J. Leute, et al. ∙ 0

Micromechanical homogenization is often carried out with Fourier-accelerated methods that are prone to ringing artifacts. We here generalize the compatibility projection introduced by Vondřejc, Zeman Marek [Comput. Math. Appl. 68, 156 (2014)] beyond the Fourier basis. In particular, we formulate the compatibility projection for linear finite elements while maintaining Fourier-acceleration and the fast convergence properties of the original method. We demonstrate that this eliminates ringing artifacts and yields an efficient computational homogenization scheme that is equivalent to canonical finite-element formulations on fully structured grids.

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