Lixiang Wang, Shihai Li, Guoxin Zhang, Zhaosong Ma, Lei Zhang
This study reports the GPU parallelization of complex three-dimensional software for nonlinear analysis of concrete structures. It focuses on coupled thermo-mechanical analysis of complex structures. A coupled FEM/DEM approach (CDEM) is given from a fundamental theoretical viewpoint. As the modeling of a large structure by means of FEM/DEM may lead to prohibitive computation times, a […]
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T. Bahcecioglu, O. Kurc
Newmark family of algorithms have been utilized by many engineering applications for the solution of nonlinear dynamic analysis of various structural models. Dynamic and nonlinear nature of such problems and numerical stability requirements of the algorithms increase the need for computation power in order to achieve practical solution times. Thus, this study intends to decrease […]
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Gaurav Gaurav
The quest to design environment-friendly and sustainable engineering systems has witnessed more and more fervent efforts in recent years. With the growth of affordable large-capacity computing resources, predictive, science-based computational models have become instrumental in this pursuit. The present work develops efficient computational methods for the uncertainty analysis of large dynamical and mechanical systems with […]
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Z. A. Taylor, O. Comas, M. Cheng, J. Passenger, D. J. Hawkes, D. Atkinson, S. Ourselin
Efficient and accurate techniques for simulation of soft tissue deformation are an increasingly valuable tool in many areas of medical image computing, such as biomechanically-driven image registration and interactive surgical simulation. For reasons of efficiency most analyses are based on simplified linear formulations, and previously almost all have ignored well established features of tissue mechanical […]
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