Space–time computations in practical engineering applications: a summary of the 25-year history

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    Abstract

    In an article published online in July 2018 it was stated that the algorithm proposed in the article is “enabling practical implementation of the space–time FEM for engineering applications.” In fact, space–time computations in practical engineering applications were already enabled in 1993. We summarize the computations that have taken place since then. These computations started with finite element discretization and are now also with isogeometric discretization. They were all in 3D space and were all carried out on parallel computers. For quarter of a century, these computations brought solution to many classes of complex problems ranging from Orion spacecraft parachutes to wind turbines, from patient-specific cerebral aneurysms to heart valves, from thermo-fluid analysis of ground vehicles and tires to turbocharger turbines and exhaust manifolds.

    Original languageEnglish
    JournalComputational Mechanics
    DOIs
    Publication statusAccepted/In press - 2018 Jan 1

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    Engineering Application
    Space-time
    Cerebral Aneurysm
    Exhaust manifolds
    Parachutes
    Ground vehicles
    Tire
    Wind Turbine
    Finite Element Discretization
    Turbine
    Parallel Computers
    Spacecraft
    Tires
    Wind turbines
    Turbines
    Discretization
    Finite element method
    Fluid
    Fluids
    History

    Keywords

    • Finite element discretization
    • Fluid mechanics
    • Fluid–structure interaction
    • Isogeometric discretization
    • Space–time computation

    ASJC Scopus subject areas

    • Ocean Engineering
    • Mechanical Engineering
    • Computational Theory and Mathematics
    • Computational Mathematics
    • Applied Mathematics

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