We present the essential tools to deal with virtual element method (VEM) for the approximation of solutions of partial differential equations in mixed form. Functional spaces, degrees of freedom, projectors and differential operators are described emphasizing how to build them in a virtual element framework and for a general approximation order. To achieve this goal, it was necessary to make a deep analysis on polynomial spaces and decompositions. We exploit such “bricks” to construct virtual element approximations of Stokes, Darcy and Navier–Stokes problems and we provide a series of examples to numerically verify the theoretical behaviour of high-order VEM.

Dassi, F., Vacca, G. (2020). Bricks for the mixed high-order virtual element method: Projectors and differential operators. APPLIED NUMERICAL MATHEMATICS, 155, 140-159 [10.1016/j.apnum.2019.03.014].

Bricks for the mixed high-order virtual element method: Projectors and differential operators

Dassi, F
;
Vacca, G
2020

Abstract

We present the essential tools to deal with virtual element method (VEM) for the approximation of solutions of partial differential equations in mixed form. Functional spaces, degrees of freedom, projectors and differential operators are described emphasizing how to build them in a virtual element framework and for a general approximation order. To achieve this goal, it was necessary to make a deep analysis on polynomial spaces and decompositions. We exploit such “bricks” to construct virtual element approximations of Stokes, Darcy and Navier–Stokes problems and we provide a series of examples to numerically verify the theoretical behaviour of high-order VEM.
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High-order; Mixed problems; Polygonal meshes; Projectors; Virtual element method; Numerical Analysis; Computational Mathematics; Applied Mathematics
English
3-apr-2019
2020
155
140
159
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Dassi, F., Vacca, G. (2020). Bricks for the mixed high-order virtual element method: Projectors and differential operators. APPLIED NUMERICAL MATHEMATICS, 155, 140-159 [10.1016/j.apnum.2019.03.014].
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