# Partitioned Finite Element Method for port-Hamiltonian systems with Boundary Damping: Anisotropic Heterogeneous 2D wave equations

Serhani, Anass and Matignon, Denis and Haine, Ghislain Partitioned Finite Element Method for port-Hamiltonian systems with Boundary Damping: Anisotropic Heterogeneous 2D wave equations. (2019) In: 3rd IFAC/IEEE CSS Workshop on Control of Systems Governed by Partial Differential Equations CPDE and XI Workshop Control of Distributed Parameter Systems (CDPS 2019), 20 May 2019 - 24 May 2019 (Oaxaca, Mexico).

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Official URL: https://doi.org/10.1016/j.ifacol.2019.08.017

## Abstract

A 2D wave equation with boundary damping of impedance type can be recast into an infinite-dimensional port-Hamiltonian system (pHs) with an appropriate feedback law, where the structure operator J is formally skew-symmetric. It is known that the underlying semigroup proves dissipative, even though no dissipation operator R is to be found in the pHs model. The Partitioned Finite Element Method (PFEM) introduced in Cardoso-Ribeiro et al. (2018), is structure-preserving and provides a natural way to discretize such systems. It gives rise to a non null symmetric matrix R. Moreover, since this matrix accounts for boundary damping, its rank is very low: only the basis functions at the boundary have an influence. Lastly, this matrix can be factorized out when considering the boundary condition as a feedback law for the pHs, involving the impedance parameter. Note that pHs – as open system – is used here as a tool to accurately discretize the wave equation with boundary damping as a closed system. In the worked-out numerical examples in 2D, the isotropic and homogeneous case is presented and the influence of the impedance is assessed; then, an anisotropic and heterogeneous wave equation with space-varying impedance at the boundary is investigated.

Item Type: Invited Conference vol. 52, n°2 International conference proceedings Université de Toulouse > Institut Supérieur de l'Aéronautique et de l'Espace - ISAE-SUPAERO (FRANCE) Interconnected Infinite-Dimensional systems for Heterogeneous Media (INFIDHEM) financed by the French National Research Agency (ANR) download Anass Serhani 19 Jun 2019 09:08

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