## Finite element approximation for optimal shape design: theory and applications |

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If Aj(a) > 0, then Aj(a + ta) > 0 for t > 0

consequently x'^a) = 0. Combining all these relations together we get Theorem

5.1. Let x(a) be the solution of (V(a)). Then the (directional) derivative x' of x with ...

If Aj(a) > 0, then Aj(a + ta) > 0 for t > 0

**sufficiently small**. Hence x,(a + ta) = 0 andconsequently x'^a) = 0. Combining all these relations together we get Theorem

5.1. Let x(a) be the solution of (V(a)). Then the (directional) derivative x' of x with ...

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Let w G A(a) be fixed. According to Lemma 7.3 there exists a sequence {t<>,}

such that (7.40) and (7.41) are satisfied. Let i be fixed. Then Wi\{^ak. ) G K(cth ) n

(ff2(fi(<*/(j )))2 for /ij

7r/ ...

Let w G A(a) be fixed. According to Lemma 7.3 there exists a sequence {t<>,}

such that (7.40) and (7.41) are satisfied. Let i be fixed. Then Wi\{^ak. ) G K(cth ) n

(ff2(fi(<*/(j )))2 for /ij

**sufficiently small**(hj is a filter of indices, satisfying (7.45)). Let7r/ ...

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Then ji £ /j+(a + ta) and \}(a) = \}(a + ta)?0 (=±1) for f £ R1

(7.101) A^a) = 0 . Let j, G A"(a)- Then ji G i\- (a +ta) follows from the continuity with

respect to a of the Lagrange multiplier A- : |A-(a)| < 1 implies |Aj(a + < 1 for t > 0 ...

Then ji £ /j+(a + ta) and \}(a) = \}(a + ta)?0 (=±1) for f £ R1

**sufficiently small**so that(7.101) A^a) = 0 . Let j, G A"(a)- Then ji G i\- (a +ta) follows from the continuity with

respect to a of the Lagrange multiplier A- : |A-(a)| < 1 implies |Aj(a + < 1 for t > 0 ...

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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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