|Institution:||Technische Universität Chemnitz|
|Full text PDF:||http://nbn-resolving.de/urn:nbn:de:bsz:ch1-qucosa-150930|
This thesis addresses optimal control problems with elasticity for large deformations. A hyperelastic model with a polyconvex energy density is employed to describe the elastic behavior of a body. The two approaches to derive the nonlinear partial differential equation, a balance of forces and an energy minimization, are compared. Besides the conventional volume and boundary loads, two novel internal loads are presented. Furthermore, curvilinear coordinates and a hierarchical plate model can be incorporated into the formulation of the elastic forward problem. The forward problem can be solved with Newton\\\'s method, though a globalization technique should be used to avoid divergence of Newton\\\'s method. The repeated solution of the Newton system is done by a CG or MinRes method with a multigrid V-cycle as a preconditioner. The optimal control problem consists of the displacement (as the state) and a load (as the control). Besides the standard tracking-type objective, alternative objective functionals are presented for problems where a reasonable desired state cannot be provided. Two methods are proposed to solve the optimal control problem: an all-at-once approach by a Lagrange-Newton method and a reduced formulation by a quasi-Newton method with an inverse limited-memory BFGS update. The algorithms for the solution of the forward problem and the optimal control problem are implemented in the finite-element software FEniCS, with the geometrical multigrid extension FMG. Numerical experiments are performed to demonstrate the mesh independence of the algorithms and both optimization methods.