ANALYSIS OF STOKES' FLOW BY A HYBRID METHOD.

C. Bratianu, S. N. Atluri, L. A. Ying

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Abstract

This paper presents a hybrid finite element method based on assumed deviatoric fluid stresses in the element volume and continuous velocity fields at the element boundaries. The deviatoric stress and hydrostatic pressure field have to satisfy a priori, the momentum equations. The generality and the advantage of the present method are discussed, and its versatility is demonstrated through a few numerical experiments. Convergence and stability considerations are also included.

Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationFinite Elements in Fluids
PublisherJohn Wiley & Sons
Pages27-43
Number of pages17
ISBN (Print)0471903965
StatePublished - 1984

Publication series

NameFinite Elements in Fluids
Volume5

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    Bratianu, C., Atluri, S. N., & Ying, L. A. (1984). ANALYSIS OF STOKES' FLOW BY A HYBRID METHOD. In Finite Elements in Fluids (pp. 27-43). (Finite Elements in Fluids; Vol. 5). John Wiley & Sons.