Volume 15, Issue 3
On the Effect of Ghost Force in the Quasicontinuum Method: Dynamic Problems in One Dimension

Xiantao Li & Pingbing Ming

Commun. Comput. Phys., 15 (2014), pp. 647-676.

Published online: 2014-03

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Numerical error caused by “ghost forces” in a quasicontinuum method is studied in the context of dynamic problems. The error in the discrete W1,∞ norm is analyzed for the time scale O(ε) and the time scale O(1) with ε being the lattice spacing.

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Numerical error caused by “ghost forces” in a quasicontinuum method is studied in the context of dynamic problems. The error in the discrete W1,∞ norm is analyzed for the time scale O(ε) and the time scale O(1) with ε being the lattice spacing.

Xiantao Li & Pingbing Ming. (2020). On the Effect of Ghost Force in the Quasicontinuum Method: Dynamic Problems in One Dimension. Communications in Computational Physics. 15 (3). 647-676. doi:10.4208/cicp.250213.270813a
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