Existence, uniqueness, and approximation of a fictitious domain formulation for fluid-structure interactions

04/28/2021
by   Daniele Boffi, et al.
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In this paper we describe a computational model for the simulation of fluid-structure interaction problems based on a fictitious domain approach. We summarize the results presented over the last years when our research evolved from the Finite Element Immersed Boundary Method (FE-IBM) to the actual Finite Element Distributed Lagrange Multiplier method (FE-DLM). We recall the well-posedness of our formulation at the continuous level in a simplified setting. We describe various time semi-discretizations that provide unconditionally stable schemes. Finally we report the stability analysis for the finite element space discretization where some improvements and generalizations of the previous results are obtained.

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