Finite element methods in linear ideal magnetohydrodynamics

@inproceedings{Gruber1985FiniteEM,
  title={Finite element methods in linear ideal magnetohydrodynamics},
  author={Ralf Gruber and J. Rappaz},
  year={1985}
}
1. Finite Element Methods for the Discretization of Differential Eigenvalue Problems.- 1.1 A Classical Model Problem.- 1.1.1 Exact Problem.- 1.1.2 Approximate Problem.- 1.1.3 Questions on Numerical Stability.- 1.2 A Non-Standard Model Problem.- 1.2.1 Exact Problem.- 1.2.2 Conforming "Polluting" Approximations.- 1.2.3 "Non-Polluting" Conforming Approximation.- 1.2.4 Non-Conforming Approximation.- 1.3 Spectral Stability.- 1.3.1 General Considerations.- 1.3.2 Stability Conditions.- 1.3.3 Order of… CONTINUE READING

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