Authors: Sievers, Michael
Title: Convergence Analysis of a Local Stationarity Scheme for Rate-Independent Systems and Application to Damage
Language (ISO): en
Abstract: This paper is concerned with an approximation scheme for rate-independent systems governed by a non-smooth dissipation and a possibly non-convex energy functional. The scheme is based on the local minimization scheme introduced in [EM06], but relies on local stationarity of the underlying minimization problem. Under the assumption of Mosco-convergence for the dissipation functional, we show that accumulation points exist and are so-called parametrized solutions of the rate-independent system. In particular, this guarantees the existence of parametrized solutions for a rather general setting. Afterwards, we apply the scheme to a model for the evolution of damage.
Subject Headings: rate independent evolutions
damage
semi-smooth Newton methods
finite elements
existence
unbounded dissipation
parametrized solutions
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/2003/40190
http://dx.doi.org/10.17877/DE290R-22062
Issue Date: 2021-04
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