## Finite Element Approximation for Optimal Shape Design: Theory and ApplicationsExplains how to speed the optimal shape design process using a computer. Outlines the problems inherent in optimal shape design and discusses methods of their solution. Concentrates on finite element approximation and describes numerical realization of optimization techniques. Treats optimal design problems via the optimal control theory when the state systems are governed by variational inequalities. Provides useful background information, followed by numerous approaches to optimal shape design, all supported by illustrative examples. Appendices provide algorithms and numerous examples and their calculations are included. |

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We shall

equivalence of ( Pn ) and ( P ) the existence of a solution am to ( Pn ) follows .

Moreover , we shall give in Theorem 4 . 2 an answer to the question : What is the

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We shall

**prove**( Theorem 4 . 1 ) the existence of a solution a * to ( P ) . Due to theequivalence of ( Pn ) and ( P ) the existence of a solution am to ( Pn ) follows .

Moreover , we shall give in Theorem 4 . 2 an answer to the question : What is the

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This will be

kkk ) of Theorem 2 . 3 . First of all , from Begis and Glowinski ( 1975 ) it follows

that any a E Vad can be approximated by an evad : an Ia in ( 0 , 1 ) , as h + 0 + , i

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This will be

**proved**in several stages . We shall verify the assumptions A ( k ) - A (kkk ) of Theorem 2 . 3 . First of all , from Begis and Glowinski ( 1975 ) it follows

that any a E Vad can be approximated by an evad : an Ia in ( 0 , 1 ) , as h + 0 + , i

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Thus ( i ) is

( ii ) is also

) , i . e . ūlaca ) E H ( 12 ( a ) ) and üls ( a ) > Ulr ( a ) a . e . in N ( a ) . Using ( 9 .

Thus ( i ) is

**proved**. Let jo be fixed and denote ... Hence Vjollain e K ( Nn ; o ) and( ii ) is also

**proved**. Remark 9 . 2 . ... First of all we**prove**that ūlo ( a ) E K ( N ( a )) , i . e . ūlaca ) E H ( 12 ( a ) ) and üls ( a ) > Ulr ( a ) a . e . in N ( a ) . Using ( 9 .

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### Contents

Preliminaries | 1 |

Abstract setting of optimal shape design problem and | 28 |

Optimal shape design of systems governed by a unilateral | 53 |

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