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Tence of solutions and also convergence of the FE approximations have been proved, providing a solid foundation . We close this brief discussion by noting that the alternative to a restriction of the design space is to extend the space by allowing composites as admissible designs (see Chap. 3). For minirniun compliance this lives up to our requirement of independence of mesh refinement, but also gives designs with large areas of "grey" This is thus not an option if 0-1 designs are the goal 10 Perimeter control The perimeter of a mechanical element 11'nar is, vaguely speaking, the sum of the lengths/areas of all inner and outer boundaries.
For the minimum compliance problem of an infinite medium, this means that for a Q4 discretization of displacements and any discrete as well as the continuum description of p, the corresponding optimization problem has the checkerboard version (matched to the Q4 mesh) as an optimal design. Thus it is not surprising that one in general sees that optimization generates these non-physical checkerboards when Q4-displacement elements are used. Checkerboards and choice of FE spaces The problem of finding the op- timal topology by the material distribution method is a two field problem.
Y ::: b) . c) Fig. 19. The checkerboard problem demonstrated on a square structure subject to biaxial stress and modelled by Q4 elements. a) Design problem, b) solution without checkerboard control and c) solution with sensitivity filtering. 16. Even in this finite lay-out the non-physical checkerboard - modelled by Q4 elements - is almost as stiff as the sheet. application of the Babuska-Brezzi condition to the present situation. However, these problems aside, taking a direct analogy to the similar problem in Stokes flow indicates nonetheless that certain combinations of finite element discretizations will be unstable and some stable.