Hierarchical DWR Error Estimates for the Navier Stokes Equation: h and p Enrichment

12/10/2019
by   B. Endtmayer, et al.
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In this work, we further develop multigoal-oriented a posteriori error estimation for the nonlinear, stationary, incompressible Navier-Stokes equations. It is an extension of our previous work [B. Endtmayer, U. Langer, T. Wick: Two-side a posteriori error estimates for the DWR method, SISC, 2019, accepted]. We now focus on h mesh refinement and p enrichment for the error estimator. These advancements are demonstrated with the help of a numerical example

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