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Weak Galerkin method for the Stokes equations with damping

Department of Mathematics, Jilin University, Changchun, 130012, China

* Corresponding author: Qilong Zhai

Received  January 2021 Revised  March 2021 Early access April 2021

Fund Project: The research is supported by China Natural National Science Foundation(12001232, 11901015)

In this paper, we introduce the weak Galerkin (WG) finite element method for the Stokes equations with damping. We establish the WG numerical scheme on general meshes and prove the well-posedness of the scheme. Optimal error estimates for the velocity and pressure are derived. Furthermore, in order to accelerate the WG algorithm, we present a two-level method and give the corresponding error estimates. Finally, some numerical examples are reported to validate the theoretical analysis.

Citation: Hui Peng, Qilong Zhai. Weak Galerkin method for the Stokes equations with damping. Discrete & Continuous Dynamical Systems - B, doi: 10.3934/dcdsb.2021112
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M. LiD. Shi and Y. Dai, Stabilized low order finite elements for Stokes equations with damping, J. Math. Anal. Appl., 435 (2016), 646-660.  doi: 10.1016/j.jmaa.2015.10.040.  Google Scholar

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Figure 1.  Left panel: The vectorgraph of velocity; Right panel: The streamlines of velocity
Figure 2.  Left panel: The vectorgraph of velocity; Right panel: The streamlines of velocity
Table 1.  The errors and the order of convergence by one-level method, for $ (7.1) $
h $ {|\!|\!|} Q_h \boldsymbol{u}- \boldsymbol{u}_{h} {|\!|\!|} $ order $ \|Q_0 {{\mathbf{u}}}- {{\mathbf{u}}}_0\|_0 $ order $ \|Q_h p-p_{h}\|_0 $ order
$ \frac{1}{16} $ 5.3818$ E- $01 - 1.8464$ E- $02 - 1.3715$ E- $01 -
$ \frac{1}{25} $ 3.4671$ E- $01 0.99 7.6837$ E- $03 1.96 6.5631$ E- $02 1.65
$ \frac{1}{64} $ 1.3613$ E- $01 0.99 1.1871$ E- $03 1.99 1.2856$ E- $02 1.73
$ \frac{1}{81} $ 1.0761$ E- $01 1.0 7.4195$ E- $04 2.0 8.4724$ E- $03 1.77
h $ {|\!|\!|} Q_h \boldsymbol{u}- \boldsymbol{u}_{h} {|\!|\!|} $ order $ \|Q_0 {{\mathbf{u}}}- {{\mathbf{u}}}_0\|_0 $ order $ \|Q_h p-p_{h}\|_0 $ order
$ \frac{1}{16} $ 5.3818$ E- $01 - 1.8464$ E- $02 - 1.3715$ E- $01 -
$ \frac{1}{25} $ 3.4671$ E- $01 0.99 7.6837$ E- $03 1.96 6.5631$ E- $02 1.65
$ \frac{1}{64} $ 1.3613$ E- $01 0.99 1.1871$ E- $03 1.99 1.2856$ E- $02 1.73
$ \frac{1}{81} $ 1.0761$ E- $01 1.0 7.4195$ E- $04 2.0 8.4724$ E- $03 1.77
Table 2.  The errors and the order of convergence by two-level method, for $ (7.1) $
(H, h) $ {|\!|\!|} Q_h \boldsymbol{u}- \boldsymbol{u}_{h} {|\!|\!|} $ order $ \|Q_0 {{\mathbf{u}}}- {{\mathbf{u}}}_0\|_0 $ order $ \|Q_h p-p_{h}\|_0 $ order
($ \frac14 $, $ \frac{1}{16} $) 5.4020$ E- $01 - 1.8559$ E- $02 - 1.2727$ E- $01 -
($ \frac15 $, $ \frac{1}{25}) $ 3.4732$ E- $01 0.99 7.7109$ E- $03 1.97 6.1089$ E- $02 1.64
($ \frac{1}{8} $, $ \frac{1}{64}) $ 1.3618$ E- $01 1.0 1.1916$ E- $03 1.99 1.2175$ E- $02 1.72
($ \frac{1}{9} $, $ \frac{1}{81}) $ 1.0763$ E- $01 1.0 7.4504$ E- $04 1.99 8.0646$ E- $03 1.75
(H, h) $ {|\!|\!|} Q_h \boldsymbol{u}- \boldsymbol{u}_{h} {|\!|\!|} $ order $ \|Q_0 {{\mathbf{u}}}- {{\mathbf{u}}}_0\|_0 $ order $ \|Q_h p-p_{h}\|_0 $ order
($ \frac14 $, $ \frac{1}{16} $) 5.4020$ E- $01 - 1.8559$ E- $02 - 1.2727$ E- $01 -
($ \frac15 $, $ \frac{1}{25}) $ 3.4732$ E- $01 0.99 7.7109$ E- $03 1.97 6.1089$ E- $02 1.64
($ \frac{1}{8} $, $ \frac{1}{64}) $ 1.3618$ E- $01 1.0 1.1916$ E- $03 1.99 1.2175$ E- $02 1.72
($ \frac{1}{9} $, $ \frac{1}{81}) $ 1.0763$ E- $01 1.0 7.4504$ E- $04 1.99 8.0646$ E- $03 1.75
Table 3.  The comparison of the CPU times (unit:s) for the one-level and two-level methods for $ (7.1) $
h one-level two level
($ \frac14 $, $ \frac{1}{16} $) 6.921 9.352
($ \frac{1}{5} $, $ \frac{1}{25}) $ 19.923 24.005
($ \frac{1}{8} $, $ \frac{1}{64}) $ 319.522 277.700
($ \frac{1}{9} $, $ \frac{1}{81}) $ 974.475 691.726
h one-level two level
($ \frac14 $, $ \frac{1}{16} $) 6.921 9.352
($ \frac{1}{5} $, $ \frac{1}{25}) $ 19.923 24.005
($ \frac{1}{8} $, $ \frac{1}{64}) $ 319.522 277.700
($ \frac{1}{9} $, $ \frac{1}{81}) $ 974.475 691.726
Table 4.  The comparison of the CPU times (unit:s) for the one-level and two-level methods with different pairs of parameters, for $ (7.2) $
one-level two level
$ \alpha=1 $, $ r=3 $, $ \mu=1 $ 308.325 278.230
$ \alpha=5 $, $ r=3 $, $ \mu=1 $ 427.230 276.781
$ \alpha=10 $, $ r=3 $, $ \mu=1 $ 425.516 277.020
$ \alpha=1 $, $ r=4 $, $ \mu=1 $ 314.077 276.544
$ \alpha=1 $, $ r=5 $, $ \mu=1 $ 371.219 277.493
$ \alpha=1 $, $ r=3 $, $ \mu=0.1 $ 476.156 285.622
one-level two level
$ \alpha=1 $, $ r=3 $, $ \mu=1 $ 308.325 278.230
$ \alpha=5 $, $ r=3 $, $ \mu=1 $ 427.230 276.781
$ \alpha=10 $, $ r=3 $, $ \mu=1 $ 425.516 277.020
$ \alpha=1 $, $ r=4 $, $ \mu=1 $ 314.077 276.544
$ \alpha=1 $, $ r=5 $, $ \mu=1 $ 371.219 277.493
$ \alpha=1 $, $ r=3 $, $ \mu=0.1 $ 476.156 285.622
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