The constraint brick allows to add an explicit constraint on a variable. Explicit means that no integration is done. if \(U\) is a variable then a constraint of the type
can be added with the two following functions:
indbrick = getfem::add_constraint_with_penalization(md, varname, penalisation_coeff, B, L); indbrick = getfem::add_constraint_with_multipliers(md, varname, multname, B, L);
In the second case, a (fixed size) variable which will serve as a multiplier should be first added to the model.
For the penalized version
B should not contain a plain row, otherwise the
whole tangent matrix will be plain. The penalization parameter can be changed
thanks to the function:
change_penalization_coeff(md, ind_brick, penalisation_coeff);
It is possible to change the constraints at any time thanks to the two following functions:
getfem::set_private_data_matrix(md, indbrick, B) getfem::set_private_data_rhs(md, indbrick, L)
indbrick is the index of the brick in the model.