Volumes finis et solutions renormalisées, applications à des systèmes couplés.

Abstract : In this thesis we are interested in proving that the approximate solution, obtained by the finite volume method, converges to the unique renormalized solution of elliptic and parabolic equations with L1 data. In the first part we study an elliptic convection-diffusion equation with L1 data. Mixing the strategy developed for renormalized solution and the finite volume method,we prove that the approximate solution converges to the unique renormalized solution. In the second part we investigate a nonlinear parabolic equation with L1 data. Using a discrete version of classical compactness results, we show that the results obtaines previously in the elliptic case hold true in the parabolic case. In the third part we prove similar results for a doubly nonlinear parabolic equation with L1 data. The doubly nonlinear character of the equation makes new difficulties with respect to the previous part, especially since the chain rule formula does not apply in the discrete case. Finaly, in the fourth part we use the results established previously to investigate a system of thermoviscoelasticity kind. We show that the approximate solution,obtaines by finite element-finite volume scheme, converges to a weak-renormalized solution of the system.
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Sarah Leclavier. Volumes finis et solutions renormalisées, applications à des systèmes couplés.. Equations aux dérivées partielles [math.AP]. Normandie Université, 2017. Français. ⟨NNT : 2017NORMR029⟩. ⟨tel-01665136⟩

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