Analysis and Approximation of Contact Problems with Adhesion or Damage (Chapman & Hall/CRC Pure and Applied Mathematics 276)

Analysis and Approximation of Contact Problems with Adhesion or Damage (Chapman & Hall/CRC Pure and Applied Mathematics 276)

By: Mircea Sofonea (author), Weimin Han (author), Meir Shillor (author)Hardback

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Research into contact problems continues to produce a rapidly growing body of knowledge. Recognizing the need for a single, concise source of information on models and analysis of contact problems, accomplished experts Sofonea, Han, and Shillor carefully selected several models and thoroughly study them in Analysis and Approximation of Contact Problems with Adhesion or Damage. The book describes very recent models of contact processes with adhesion or damage along with their mathematical formulations, variational analysis, and numerical analysis. Following an introduction to modeling and functional and numerical analysis, the book devotes individual chapters to models involving adhesion and material damage, respectively, with each chapter exploring a particular model. For each model, the authors provide a variational formulation and establish the existence and uniqueness of a weak solution. They study a fully discrete approximation scheme that uses the finite element method to discretize the spatial domain and finite differences for the time derivatives. The final chapter summarizes the results, presents bibliographic comments, and considers future directions in the field. Employing recent results on elliptic and evolutionary variational inequalities, convex analysis, nonlinear equations with monotone operators, and fixed points of operators, Analysis and Approximation of Contact Problems with Adhesion or Damage places these important tools and results at your fingertips in a unified, accessible reference.

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Contents

Preface List of Symbols Modeling and Mathematical Background Basic Equations and Boundary Conditions Physical Setting and Evolution Equations Boundary Conditions Contact Processes with Adhesion Constitutive Equations with Damage Preliminaries on Functional Analysis Function Spaces and Their Properties Elements of Nonlinear Analysis Standard Results on Variational Inequalities and Evolution Equations Elementary Inequalities Preliminaries on Numerical Analysis Finite Difference and Finite Element Discretizations Approximation of Displacements and Velocities Estimates on the Discretization of Adhesion Evolution Estimates on the Discretization of Damage Evolution Estimates on the Discretization of Viscoelastic Constitutive Law Estimates on the Discretization of Viscoplastic Constitutive Law Frictionless Contact Problems with Adhesion Quasistatic Viscoelastic Contact with Adhesion Problem Statement Existence and uniqueness Continuous Dependence on the Data Spatially Semidiscrete Numerical Approximation Fully Discrete Numerical Approximation Dynamic Viscoelastic Contact with Adhesion Problem Statement Existence and Uniqueness Fully Discrete Numerical Approximation Quasistatic Viscoplastic Contact with Adhesion Problem Statement Existence and Uniqueness for the Signorini Problem Numerical Approximation for the Signorini Problem Existence and Uniqueness for the Problem with Normal Compliance Numerical Approximation of the Problem with Normal Compliance Relation between the Signorini and Normal Compliance Problems Contact Problems with Damage Quasistatic Viscoelastic Contact with Damage Problem Statement Existence and Uniqueness Fully Discrete Numerical Approximation Dynamic Viscoelastic Contact with Damage Problem Statement Existence and Uniqueness Fully Discrete Numerical Approximation Quasistatic Viscoplastic Contact with Damage Problem Statement Existence and Uniqueness for the Signorini Problem Numerical Approximation for the Signorini Problem Existence and Uniqueness for the Problem with Normal Compliance Numerical Approximation of the Problem with Normal Compliance Relation between the Signorini and Normal Compliance Problems Notes, Comments, and Conclusions Bibliographical Notes, Problems for Future Research, and Conclusions Bibliographical Notes Problems for Future Research Conclusions References Index

Product Details

  • publication date: 26/09/2005
  • ISBN13: 9781584885856
  • Format: Hardback
  • Number Of Pages: 220
  • ID: 9781584885856
  • weight: 453
  • ISBN10: 1584885858

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