The halfspace matching method: A new method to solve scattering problems in infinite media

The halfspace matching method: A new method to solve scattering problems in infinite media We are interested in acoustic wave propagation in time harmonic regime in a two-dimensional medium which is a local perturbation of an infinite isotropic or anisotropic homogeneous medium. We investigate the question of finding artificial boundary conditions to reduce the numerical computations to a neighborhood of this perturbation. Our objective is to derive a method which can extend to the anisotropic elastic problem for which classical approaches fail. The idea consists in coupling several semi-analytical representations of the solution in halfspaces surrounding the defect with a Finite Element computation of the solution around the defect. As representations of the same function, they have to match in the infinite intersections of the halfspaces. It leads to a formulation which couples, via integral operators, the solution in a bounded domain including the defect and its traces on the edge of the halfspaces. A stability property is shown for this new formulation. http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Journal of Computational and Applied Mathematics Elsevier

The halfspace matching method: A new method to solve scattering problems in infinite media

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Elsevier
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Copyright © 2018 Elsevier B.V.
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0377-0427
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1879-1778
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10.1016/j.cam.2018.01.021
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Abstract

We are interested in acoustic wave propagation in time harmonic regime in a two-dimensional medium which is a local perturbation of an infinite isotropic or anisotropic homogeneous medium. We investigate the question of finding artificial boundary conditions to reduce the numerical computations to a neighborhood of this perturbation. Our objective is to derive a method which can extend to the anisotropic elastic problem for which classical approaches fail. The idea consists in coupling several semi-analytical representations of the solution in halfspaces surrounding the defect with a Finite Element computation of the solution around the defect. As representations of the same function, they have to match in the infinite intersections of the halfspaces. It leads to a formulation which couples, via integral operators, the solution in a bounded domain including the defect and its traces on the edge of the halfspaces. A stability property is shown for this new formulation.

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Journal of Computational and Applied MathematicsElsevier

Published: Aug 15, 2018

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