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Volume change of a deformable cylinder with a uniform spinning angular velocity

You can take an analogy of trying to simulate a circular orbit of a single particle in a gravitational potential. If you use the explicit Euler method, for example, your orbit will become larger and ...
Wolfgang Bangerth's user avatar
3 votes

Constructing metric terms for high order elements

Let's assume you have a way of computing the 27 tri-quadratic shape functions associated with the 27 points (either by tabulating them as polynomials, or by computing them as interpolating Lagrange ...
Wolfgang Bangerth's user avatar
2 votes

Galerkin projection in AMG

Sorry, I have been busy lately. I don't have enough time to write the answer I want to, however, here is the short one: In GMG you define the prolongation and restriction operators based on the finite ...
Abdullah Ali Sivas's user avatar

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