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A methodology for exploiting parallelism in the finite element process

Loyce M. Adams

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Published
**1983** by Institute for Computer Applications in Science and Engineering, NASA Langley Research Center in Hampton, Va .

Written in English

- Finite element method.,
- Architecture (computers),
- Computation.,
- Computer design.,
- Finite element method.,
- Parallel processing (computers),
- Structural analysis.

**Edition Notes**

Microfiche. [Washington, D.C. : National Aeronautics and Space Administration], 1983. 1 microfiche.

Statement | Loyce Adams, Robert G. Voigt. |

Series | NASA contractor report -- 172219., NASA contractor report -- NASA CR-172219. |

Contributions | Voigt, Robert G., Institute for Computer Applications in Science and Engineering., Langley Research Center. |

The Physical Object | |
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Format | Microform |

Pagination | 1 v. |

ID Numbers | |

Open Library | OL16157080M |

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Get this from a library. A methodology for exploiting parallelism in the finite element process. [Loyce M Adams; Robert G Voigt; Institute for Computer Applications in Science and Engineering.; Langley Research Center.].

Abstract: A finite element method is presented to compute time harmonic microwave fields in three dimensional configurations. Nodal-based finite elements have been coupled with an absorbing boundary condition to solve open boundary problems. This paper describes how the modeling of large devices has been made possible using parallel computation.

References 1 L.M. Adams and R. Voigt, A methodology for exploiting parallelism in the finite element process, in Proceedings of the NATO Workshop on High Speed Computations (J. Kowalik, Ed.), NATO ASI Series, Ser. F7, Springer Berlin, pp. –Cited by: 5. I will try to explain both the books needed and also the best process to start learning FEA from the point of view of a mechanical engineer, especially one dealing with solid mechanics problems.

I have little experience working with CFD and elect. Chapter 4 Exploiting Instruction Level Parallelism with Software Approaches Notice that to schedule the delayed branch, the compiler had to determine that it could swap the DADDUI and S.D by changing the address to which the S.D stored: the address was 0(R1) and is now 8(R1).

This change is not trivial, since most compilers would see that. Exposing and exploiting structure: optimal code generation for high-order finite element methods MIKLÓS HOMOLYA, Imperial College London, UK ROBERT C.

KIRBY, Baylor University, USA DAVID A. HAM, Imperial College London, UK Code generation based software platforms, such as Firedrake, have become popular tools for developing complicated finite element.

finite element applications in engineering. The motivation of this paper is the performance of the parallel computers and the broad range of finite el ement analysis for industrial problems.

We present the inherent parallelism of the finite element method and algorithmic skeletons foe each stage of the finite element program.

A Methodology for Exploiting Parallelism in the Finite Element Process In: Kowalik, J. (Ed.): High-Speed Computation, NATO ASI Series, –, Springer Verlag () Google Scholar [Aho 86]Cited by: 4.

Since the publication of the first edition [see the review in Zbl ] of this book about eight years ago, much progress has been made in the development of the finite element method for.

given and compared when implemented together with a Finite Element Time Domain formulation. Keywords Finite element methods, Parallel algorithms, linear systems, electromagnetic analysis. Introduction Numerical computation is more and more used in engineering sciences to develop new devices or to optimize existing by: Four Node Quadrilateral Element.

Six Node Linear Strain Element. Eight and Nine Node Elements. Shear Locking and Aspect Ratio Stiffening. The Strain Gradient Reformation of the Finite Differences Method: Introduction.

Elements of the Finite Difference Method. Finite Difference Boundary Condition Models. Extensions to the Finite Difference Method. Finite Element Analysis.

Finite element analysis code will be developed for static and transient response analysis along with sensor and actuator mechanism. Appropriate failure criteria will be implemented for studying the safety of the structure under wind and earthquake load condition.

Control Strategy (Please write here) Parallelization. A parallel multi-frontal solver is developed for finite element analysis of arc-welding process, which entails phase evolution, heat transfer, and deformations of structures.

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Fig. 6 shows the speedup obtained by exploiting and-parallelism when the number of the APUs is increased from 1 (sequential execution) to 10 in a single PE. As it seems, some of the programs (e.g. nrev, merge) present good speedup since they are purely deterministic while others (e.g.

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Adams, L. and Voigt, R. "Design. Overview. Psychophysical parallelism is a third possible alternative regarding the relation between mind and body, between interaction (e.g., Mind–body dualism) and one-way body-to-mind causality (e.g., materialism, epiphenomenalism).

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This book presents the mathematical theory of the finite element method and is the first Cited by: As a whole, this book is an introductory tutorial from mathematical standpoint, convenient for students with moderate mathematical knowledge and training." (Fumio Kikuchi, Zentralblatt MATH, Vol.

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Despite the significant development in FEM over the past few A Nitsche finite element method for dynamic contact. Parallel Computing Technologies in the Finite Element Method Sergey Choporov1 1Zaporizhzhya National University (ZNU), Zaporizhzhya, Ukraine [email protected] Abstract.

The nite element method is a powerful tool for the numerical simulation of a wide range of. Accelerating Finite Element Analysis in MATLAB with Parallel Computing By Vaishali Hosagrahara, MathWorks, Krishna Tamminana, MathWorks, and Gaurav Sharma, MathWorks The Finite Element Method is a powerful numerical technique for solving ordinary and partial differential equations in a range of complex science and engineering applications, such.

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