Pressure-robustness in quasi-optimal a priori estimates for the Stokes problem

@article{Linke2019PressurerobustnessIQ,
  title={Pressure-robustness in quasi-optimal a priori estimates for the Stokes problem},
  author={Alexander Linke and Christian Merdon and Michael Neilan},
  journal={ArXiv},
  year={2019},
  volume={abs/1906.03009}
}
Recent analysis of the divergence constraint in the incompressible Stokes/Navier--Stokes problem has stressed the importance of equivalence classes of forces and how it plays a fundamental role for an accurate space discretization. Two forces in the momentum balance are velocity--equivalent if they lead to the same velocity solution, i.e., if and only if the forces differ by only a gradient field. Pressure-robust space discretizations are designed to respect these equivalence classes. One way… Expand
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