Balancing Domain Decomposition Methods for Mortar Coupling Stokes-Darcy Systems
We consider Stokes equations in the fluid region Ωf and Darcy equations for the filtration velocity in the porous medium Ωp, and coupled at the interface G with adequate transmission conditions. Such problem appears in several applications like well-reservoir coupling in petroleum engineering, transport of substances across groundwater and surface water, and (bio)fluid-organ interactions.
KeywordsPiecewise Constant Function Balance Function Darcy Equation Coarse Space Multiplier Space
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