Ritz method


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Ritz method

[′ritz ‚meth·əd]
(mathematics)
A method of solving boundary value problems based upon reformulating the given problem as a minimization problem.
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Cheng, "The improved moving least-square ritz method for the one-dimensional sine-gordon equation," Mathematical Problems in Engineering, vol.
Lam and Loy [2] studied the effects of boundary conditions on the free vibration characteristic for a multilayered cylindrical shell based on Love's first approximation theory using Ritz method.
It was left as an open question how to generalize the harmonic Rayleigh-Ritz approach for the MER This paper addresses this issue, and also introduces a refined Ritz method.
In case both p and q are polynomials of degree one, the rational harmonic Ritz approach is related to the standard harmonic Ritz method as follows.