FEniCS was started in 2003 as an umbrella for open-source software components with the goal of automated solution of Partial Differential Equations based on the mathematical structure of the Finite Element Method (FEM). FEniCS-HPC is the collection of FEniCS components around DOLFIN-HPC, a branch of DOLFIN with the focus of strong parallel scalability and portability on supercomputers, and Unicorn, the Unified Continuum solver for continuum modeling based on the Direct FEM Simulation (DFS) methodology described below, with breakthrough applications in parameter-free adaptive prediction of turbulent flow and fluid-structure interaction. The FEniCS-HPC components are developed in our Bitbucket Git repositories.
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- Benjamin Rodenberg, Ishaan Desai, Richard Hertrich, Alexander Jaust, Benjamin Uekermann: FEniCS-preCICE: Coupling FEniCS to other simulation software (2021) not zbMATH
- Theisen, Lambert; Torrilhon, Manuel: fenicsR13. A tensorial mixed finite element solver for the linear R13 equations using the FEniCS computing platform (2021)
- Damiani, Leonardo Hax; Kosakowski, Georg; Glaus, Martin A.; Churakov, Sergey V.: A framework for reactive transport modeling using FEniCS-Reaktoro: governing equations and benchmarking results (2020)
- Nguyen, Van-Dang; Jansson, Johan; Hoffman, Johan; Li, Jing-Rebecca: A partition of unity finite element method for computational diffusion MRI (2018)
- Hoffman, Johan; Jansson, Johan; Jansson, Niclas: Fenics-HPC: automated predictive high-performance finite element computing with applications in aerodynamics (2016) ioport