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Isogeometric collocation mixed methods for rods

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  • Isogeometric collocation mixed methods for spatial rods are presented and studied. A theoretical analysis of stability and convergence is available. The proposed schemes are locking-free, irrespective of the selected approximation spaces.
    Mathematics Subject Classification: Primary: 65L60; Secondary: 74K10, 74S25.

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