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Finite Element simulations: computations and applications to aerodynamics and biomedicine
Partial Differential Equations describe a large number of phenomena of practical interest and their solution usually requires running huge simulations on supercomputing clusters. Especially when dealing with turbulent ...
High Performance Scientific Computing in Applications with Direct Finite Element Simulation
To predict separated flow including stall of a full aircraft with Computational Fluid Dynamics (CFD) is considered one of the problems of the grand challenges to be solved by 2030, according to NASA . The nonlinear ...
Direct FEM computation of turbulent multiphase flow in 3D priting nozzle design
In this paper, we present a nozzle design of the 3D printing using FEniCS-HPC as mathematical and simulation tool. In recent years 3D printing or Additive Manufacturing (AM) has become a emerging technology and it has ...