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A proximal-like algorithm for vibro-impact problems with a non-smooth set of constraints

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  • We consider a discrete mechanical system subjected to perfect unilateral contraints characterized by some geometrical inequalities $f_\alpha(q) >=0$, $\alpha \in {1,...,v}$, with $v >=1$. We assume that the transmission of the velocities at impacts is governed by a Newton’s impact law with a restitution coefficient $e \in [0, 1]$, allowing for conservation of kinetic energy if $e=1$, or loss of kinetic energy if $e \in [0, 1)$, when the constraints are saturated. Starting from a formulation of the dynamics as a first order measure-differential inclusion for the unknown velocities, time-stepping schemes inspired by the proximal methods can be proposed. Convergence results in the single-constraint case $(v = 1)$ are recalled and extended to the multi-constraint case $(v > 1)$, leading to new existence results for this kind of problems.
    Mathematics Subject Classification: Primary: 34A60, 34A12, 70E55; Secondary: 65N20.


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