Overture

Overture is an object-oriented code framework for solving partial differential equations. It provides a portable, flexible software development environment for applications that involve the simulation of physical processes in complex moving geometry. Overture is designed for solving problems on a structured grid or a collection of structured grids. In particular, it can use curvilinear grids, adaptive mesh refinement, and the composite overlapping grid method to represent problems involving complex domains with moving components. (Source: http://freecode.com/)


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  1. Dokken, Jørgen S.; Funke, Simon W.; Johansson, August; Schmidt, Stephan: Shape optimization using the finite element method on multiple meshes with Nitsche coupling (2019)
  2. Mittal, Ketan; Dutta, Som; Fischer, Paul: Nonconforming Schwarz-spectral element methods for incompressible flow (2019)
  3. Sharan, Nek; Pantano, Carlos; Bodony, Daniel J.: Time-stable overset grid method for hyperbolic problems using summation-by-parts operators (2018)
  4. Uzgoren, Eray: \textitgirdap: open source object-oriented autonomous grid management library for solving equations of conservation laws (2017)
  5. Amlani, Faisal; Bruno, Oscar P.: An FC-based spectral solver for elastodynamic problems in general three-dimensional domains (2016)
  6. Hue, David; Péron, Stéphanie; Wiart, Ludovic; Atinault, Olivier; Gournay, Elie; Raud, Pascal; Benoit, Christophe; Mayeur, Julien: Validation of a near-body and off-body grid partitioning methodology for aircraft aerodynamic performance prediction (2015)
  7. Keppens, Rony; Porth, Oliver: Scalar hyperbolic PDE simulations and coupling strategies (2014)
  8. Li, Longfei; Braun, R. J.; Maki, K. L.; Henshaw, W. D.; King-Smith, P. E.: Tear film dynamics with evaporation, wetting, and time-dependent flux boundary condition on an eye-shaped domain (2014)
  9. Roget, Beatrice; Sitaraman, Jayanarayanan: Robust and efficient overset grid assembly for partitioned unstructured meshes (2014)
  10. Reichert, Adam; Heath, Michael T.; Bodony, Daniel J.: Energy stable numerical methods for hyperbolic partial differential equations using overlapping domain decomposition (2012)
  11. Bayati, Basil; Chatelain, Philippe; Koumoutsakos, Petros: Adaptive mesh refinement for stochastic reaction-diffusion processes (2011)
  12. Ray, J.; Armstrong, R.; Safta, C.; Debusschere, B. J.; Allan, B. A.; Najm, H. N.: Computational frameworks for advanced combustion simulations (2011)
  13. Rouson, Damian; Xia, Jim; Xu, Xiaofeng: Scientific software design. The object-oriented way. (2011)
  14. Liu, Xinfeng; Nie, Qing: Compact integration factor methods for complex domains and adaptive mesh refinement (2010)
  15. Mantegazza, Paolo; Masarati, Pierangelo; Morandini, Marco; Quaranta, Giuseppe: Computational and design aspects in multibody software development (2007)
  16. Edwards, H. Carter: Managing complexity in massively parallel, adaptive, multiphysics applications (2006) ioport
  17. Hornung, Richard D.; Wissink, Andrew M.; Kohn, Scott R.: Managing complex data and geometry in parallel structured AMR applications (2006) ioport
  18. Jiao, Xiangmin; Zheng, Gengbin; Alexander, Phillip A.; Campbell, Michael T.; Lawlor, Orion S.; Norris, John; Haselbacher, Andreas; Heath, Michael T.: A system integration framework for coupled multiphysics simulations (2006) ioport
  19. Sussman, Alan: Building complex coupled physical simulations on the grid with interComm (2006) ioport
  20. Henshaw, William D.: On multigrid for overlapping grids (2005)

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Further publications can be found at: http://www.overtureframework.org/publications.html