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Convergence properties and numerical approximation of the solution of the Mindlin plate bending problem

Author: Roger Pierre
Journal: Math. Comp. 51 (1988), 15-25
MSC: Primary 73K10; Secondary 65N30, 73K25
MathSciNet review: 942141
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Abstract: We study the behavior of the solution of the Mindlin problem when the thickness becomes small, paying particular attention to the shear stress. We also propose a modification of a known scheme that allows the use of linear finite element approximation and we prove optimal error bounds.

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