|Title:||The localized method of fundamental solutions for 2D and 3D second-order nonlinear boundary value problems||Authors:||Zhao, Shengdong
|Keywords:||Nonlinear problems;Localized method of fundamental solutions;Meshless collocation method;Analog equation method;Large-scale problem;Radial basis function||Issue Date:||1-Jun-2022||Publisher:||ELSEVIER SCI LTD||Journal Volume:||139||Start page/Pages:||208-220||Source:||ENGINEERING ANALYSIS WITH BOUNDARY ELEMENTS||Abstract:||
In this paper, a new framework for the numerical solutions of general nonlinear problems is presented. By employing the analog equation method, the actual problem governed by a nonlinear differential operator is converted into an equivalent problem described by a simple linear equation with unknown fictitious body forces. The solution of the substitute problem is then obtained by using the localized method of fundamental solutions, where the fictitious nonhomogeneous term is approximated using the dual reciprocity method using the radial basis functions. The main difference between the classical and the present localized method of fundamental solutions is that the latter produces sparse and banded stiffness matrix which makes the method very suitable for large-scale nonlinear simulations, since sparse matrices are much cheaper to inverse at each iterative step of the Newton's method. The present method is simple in derivation, efficient in calculation, and may be viewed as a completive alternative for nonlinear analysis, especially for large-scale problems with complex-shape geometries. Preliminary numerical experiments involving second-order nonlinear boundary value problems in both two- and three-dimensions are presented to demonstrate the accuracy and efficiency of the present method.
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