Elmer is an open source multiphysical simulation software mainly developed by CSC - IT Center for Science (CSC). Elmer development was started 1995 in collaboration with Finnish Universities, research institutes and industry. After it’s open source publication in 2005, the use and development of Elmer has become international. Elmer includes physical models of fluid dynamics, structural mechanics, electromagnetics, heat transfer and acoustics, for example. These are described by partial differential equations which Elmer solves by the Finite Element Method (FEM). These pages are intended to give basic information on the Elmer software. The content of the pages is rather static, For more concurrent information visit the discussion forum and wiki at http://www.elmerfem.org.

References in zbMATH (referenced in 11 articles )

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  1. Xie, Jiaxi; Ehmann, Kornel; Cao, Jian: MetaFEM: a generic FEM solver by meta-expressions (2022)
  2. Aslak W. Bergersen, Andreas Slyngstad, Sebastian Gjertsen, Alban Souche, Kristian Valen-Sendstad: turtleFSI: A Robust and Monolithic FEniCS-based Fluid-Structure Interaction Solver (2020) not zbMATH
  3. Vassilevski, Yuri; Terekhov, Kirill; Nikitin, Kirill; Kapyrin, Ivan: Parallel finite volume computation on general meshes (2020)
  4. Knirck, Stefan; Schütte-Engel, Jan; Millar, Alexander; Redondo, Javier; Reimann, Olaf; Ringwald, Andreas; Steffen, Frank: A first look on 3D effects in open axion haloscopes (2019)
  5. Juris Vencels, Andris Jakovics, Vadims Geza, Mihails Scepanskis: EOF Library: Open-Source Elmer and OpenFOAM Coupler for Simulation of MHD With Free Surface (2017) arXiv
  6. Hapla, Vaclav; Horak, David; Pospisil, Lukas; Cermak, Martin; Vasatova, Alena; Sojka, Radim: Solving contact mechanics problems with PERMON (2016)
  7. Kuzmin, Dmitri; Hämäläinen, Jari: Finite element methods for computational fluid dynamics. A practical guide (2015)
  8. Markopoulos, Alexandros; Hapla, Vaclav; Cermak, Martin; Fusek, Martin: Massively parallel solution of elastoplasticity problems with tens of millions of unknowns using permoncube and FLLOP packages (2015)
  9. Payne, Stephen; Flanagan, Ronan; Pollari, Mika; Alhonnoro, Tuomas; Bost, Claire; O’Neill, David; Peng, Tingying; Stiegler, Philipp: Image-based multi-scale modelling and validation of radio-frequency ablation in liver tumours (2011)
  10. Harvie, Dalton James Eric: An implicit finite volume method for arbitrary transport equations (2010)
  11. Lassila, Toni: Optimal damping of a membrane and topological shape optimization (2009)

Further publications can be found at: https://www.csc.fi/web/elmer/white-papers