Quality Assessment and Control of Finite Element Solutions.
MARYLAND UNIV COLLEGE PARK INST FOR PHYSICAL SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY
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Status and some recent developments in the techniques for assessing the reliability of finite element solutions are summarized. Discussion focuses on a number of aspects including the major types of errors in the finite element solutions techniques used for a posteriori error estimation and the reliability of these estimators the feedback and adaptive strategies for improving the finite element solutions and postprocessing approaches used for improving the accuracy of stresses and other important engineering data. Also, future directions for research needed to make error estimation and adaptive movement practical are identified. Author
- Numerical Mathematics