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Keywords:
generalized Stokes problem; recovery-based error estimator; adaptive method; finite element method
Summary:
A recovery-based a posteriori error estimator for the generalized Stokes problem is established based on the stabilized $P_1-P_0$ (linear/constant) finite element method. The reliability and efficiency of the error estimator are shown. Through theoretical analysis and numerical tests, it is revealed that the estimator is useful and efficient for the generalized Stokes problem.
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