Prismatic mixed finite elements for second order elliptic problems
In this paper, three families of mixed finite elements based on prisms are introduced. These spaces are analogues to those based on simplices and cubes in three space variables. Error estimates in L2 and H−5 are given.
KeywordsDirichlet Problem Mixed Finite Element Mixed Finite Element Method Order Elliptic Problem Flat Face
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