B. Geihe and M. Rumpf.
A posteriori error estimates for sequential laminates in shape
Discrete and Continuous Dynamical Systems - Series S,
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Abstract A posteriori error estimates are derived in the context of two-dimensional structural elastic shape optimization under the compliance objective. It is known that the optimal shape features are microstructures that can be constructed using sequential lamination. The descriptive parameters explicitly depend on the stress. To derive error estimates the dual weighted residual approach for control problems in PDE constrained optimization is employed, involving the elastic solution and the microstructure parameters. Rigorous estimation of interpolation errors ensures robustness of the estimates while local approximations are used to obtain fully practical error indicators. Numerical results show sharply resolved interfaces between regions of full and intermediate material density.
Keywords: A_POSTERIORI ADAPTIVE SHAPE_OPT