Volume 16, Issue 4
Splitting a Concave Domain to Convex Subdomains

Li-ping Liu & Michal Kvrivzek

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J. Comp. Math., 16 (1998), pp. 327-336

Published online: 1998-08

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We examine a steady-state heat radiation problem and its finite element approximation in $R^d$, $d=2, 3$. A nonlinear Stefan-Boltzmann boundary condition is considered. Another nonlinearity is due to the fact that the temperature is always greater or equal than $0 [K]$. We prove two convergence theorems for piecewise linear finite element solutions.

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Nonlinear elliptic boundary value problems heat radiation problem finite elements variational inequalities

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Li-ping Liu & Michal Kvrivzek. (1970). Splitting a Concave Domain to Convex Subdomains. Journal of Computational Mathematics. 16 (4). 327-336. doi:
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