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finite elements; penalty method; axisymmetric problems; extrapolation; a priori error estimates
A second order elliptic problem with axisymmetric data is solved in a finite element space, constructed on a triangulation with curved triangles, in such a way, that the (nonhomogeneous) boundary condition is fulfilled in the sense of a penalty. On the basis of two approximate solutions, extrapolates for both the solution and the boundary flux are defined. Some a priori error estimates are derived, provided the exact solution is regular enough. The paper extends some of the results of J.T. King [6], [7].
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