Multiscale Computational Strategy With Time and Space Homogenization: A Radial-Type Approximation Technique for Solving Microproblems

Abstract : A new multiscale computational strategy for the analysis of structures (such as composite structures) described in detail both in space and in time was introduced recently. This strategy is iterative and involves an automatic homogenization procedure in space as well as in time. At each iteration, this procedure requires the resolution of a large number of linear evolution equations, called the microproblems, on the microscale. In this paper, we present a robust approximate resolution technique for these microproblems based on the concept of radial approximation. This very general technique, which leads to the construction of a relevant reduced basis of space functions, is particularly suitable for the analysis of composite structures.
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Anthony Nouy, Pierre Ladevèze. Multiscale Computational Strategy With Time and Space Homogenization: A Radial-Type Approximation Technique for Solving Microproblems. International Journal for Multiscale Computational Engineering, Begell House, 2004, 2 (4), ⟨10.1615/IntJMultCompEng.v2.i4.40⟩. ⟨hal-00368058⟩

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