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Civil-Comp Proceedings
ISSN 1759-3433
CCP: 52
ADVANCES IN COMPUTATIONAL MECHANICS WITH HIGH PERFORMANCE COMPUTING
Edited by: B.H.V. Topping

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Preliminaries
1VISUALISATION, PREPROCESSING AND MESH GENERATION  
1.1 Parallel Visualisation of Computational Engineering Data
J.W. Jones and N.P. Weatherill
1
1.2 Parallel Mesh Generation
L. Laemmer and M. Burghardt
11
1.3 Using PadFEM for Parallel Mesh Refinement
F. Neugebauer and J. Hungershofer
19
1.4 Three Dimensional Finite Element Analysis of Aluminum Extrusion
B.J.E. van Rens, W.A.M. Brekelmans and F.P.T. Baaijens
25
2NUMA ARCHITECTURES  
2.1 Data Access Collection and Data Partitioning for NUMA Architectures
C.R. Calidonna and M. Mango Furnari
33
3DOMAIN DECOMPOSITION  
3.1 A Method of Finite Element Tearing and Interconnecting for the Helmholtz Problem
A. de La Bourdonnaye, C. Farhat, A. Macedo, F. Magoules and F.-X. Roux
41
3.2 Comparison of Multi-Level Approaches in Domain Decomposition for Structural Analysis
P. Ladeveze and D. Dureisseix
55
3.3 Direct Domain Decomposition Method on a Distributed Memory Architecture
J.F. Lassignardie, Y. Escaig and G. Touzot
65
4PARALLEL P VERSION FINITE ELEMENT ANALYSIS  
4.1 A Parallel p-Version Finite Element Approach for Structural Engineering
M. Ruecker, M. Krafczyk and E. Rank
73
4.2 Computationally Efficient Methods for Parallel Adaptive Finite Element Analysis
M. Papadrakakis and D.C. Harbis
79
5NON-LINEAR ANALYSIS  
5.1 Domain Decomposition Methods for the Solution of Non-Linear Problems in Solid Mechanics
S. Meynen
87
5.2 Fully Parallel Nonlinear Finite Element Computations using the Pre-Conditioned Lanczos Method for Solving Linear Equations
Th. Rottner, K. Schweizerhof, I. Lenhardt and G. Alefeld
95
6SOLUTION OF ENGINEERING PROBLEMS USING HIGH PERFORMANCE COMPUTING  
6.1 Analysis of Reinforced Concrete Structures using a Cluster of PCs
M.L. Romero and J.I. Aliaga
103
6.2 Parallel Parameter Estimation for Ground-Water Flow Models
L. Laemmer and M. Burghardt
109
6.3 Parallel Algorithms for FE-BE Coupling
R. Perera and E. Alarcon
117
6.4 An Open Software Framework for Multiphysics Applications in Computational Mechanics on Parallel and Distributed Computers
P. Chow, C. Bailey, K. McManus, M. Cross and C. Addison
127
6.5 Multi-Physics Modelling for Interconnection Technology
C. Bailey, D. Wheeler and M. Cross
135
6.6 An Equivalence Method to Compute Mechanical Properties of Repetitive Structures
M. de Benedetti, R. Baldassarri and C. Scarponi
141
7DYNAMIC LOAD BALANCING  
7.1 A Comparison of Some Dynamic Load Balancing Algorithms for a Parallel Adaptive Flow Solver
N. Touheed, P. Selwood, P.K. Jimack and M. Berzins
153
7.2 Parallel Dynamic Mesh Re-Partitioning in FEM Codes
B. Maerten, A. Basermann, J. Fingberg, G. Lonsdale and D. Roose
163
8OBJECT ORIENTED TECHNIQUES FOR PARALLEL PROCESSING  
8.1 Performances of Static and Dynamic Solvers on a Sub-Domains Object Oriented Finite Element Architecture
P. de Vincenzo, I. Klapka and M. Geradin
169
8.2 A Parallel Finite Element Package for Non-Linear Problems: Application to Damage Mechanics
F.J. Lingen
181
9OPTIMIZATION AND DESIGN  
9.1 Shape Design and Shape Optimization by Genetic Algorithms
J. Lampinen and J. Alander
187
9.2 Parallel Design of Cable-Membrane Structures: The Development of Preprocessing Tools
P. Ivanyi, B.H.V. Topping and J. Muylle
197

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