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NIST Modelling Programs Download
The Computational Materials Science of Concrete Laboratory at the National Institute of Standards and Technology have developed a number of finite element / finite difference programs applied to composite material models.
MODULEF Download
A modular FE library which can be installed on workstations, mainframes and supercomputers. The facilities include 2D and 3D mesh generation and visualisation, and a choice of solution methods (direct and iterative). There is an interactive mode and source code is available.
MODFE Download
A two-dimensional FE program for groundwater flow under saturated conditions. Will run in DOS. Source code is available. Many other groundwater flow programs are obtainable from this ftp site including the well-known MODFLOW and SUTRA.
LUGR Download
Adaptive grid solvers for systems of (time-dependent) pdes in 2D and 3D. VLUGR, vectorised local uniform grid refinement, can be used with advantage when the solutions exhibit sharp gradients in space and time. The code is written in Fortran 77 and has been installed on an SGI work station.
iMOOSE Download
iMOOSE is an application framework for solution of problems in the design of electrical machines. Platforms: Linux, uses C++ and Python.
HMD Modeling Download
HMD is a finite element solver compatible with GMSH, GMV, and VIS5D+, freely available for download under the GNU Public. Platform: Binaries are available Linux and Win32. The linux binary will run on linux kernel 2.2.13 and glibc 2.1.2 and higher. The win32 version uses cygwin. The cygwin DLL is included in the distribution. The program includes nD applications to the Laplace, Poisson and Helmholtz equations. Installation instructions and documentation are included with the package.
GepFEM Download
A multi-purpose / multi-physics parallel finite element solver for the solid earth. Platforms: Compilation of the GeoFEM source code (version 4.0) requires C++ and Fortran 90 compilers and an implementation of MPI. The code has been compiled and tested under the following OS: Linux, Digital UNIX 4.0x. For further information about platforms and configuration see the GeoFEM website. GeoFEM is part of the very ambitious Earth Simulator project begun in 1997. The latter aims at the development of a high performance massively parallel processing computer capable of 40 TFLOPS at peak and 5 TFLOPS effective speed (about 1000 times faster than current super computers). The GeoFEM component aims at the modelling and simulation of solid earth phenomena and development of associated large scale parallel software. When complete the project will be able to deal with problems on the scale of 100 million degrees of freedom.
FreeFEM, FreeFEM+, FreeFEM++, FreeFEM3D Download
The FreeFEM* programs are a family of open source adaptive FE codes which can be applied to solve a variety of pde's and pde systems. Platforms: The program has been compiled on the Macintosh and Powermac, on PC's running Windows 3.1 and Windows 95, and on a variety of work stations (Sun, HP, IBM RS6000 etc). Windows and Mac executables are provided, otherwise compile from source.
Free Finite Element Package Download
The Free Finite Element Package is a modular designed collection of C libraries. These libraries contain numerical methods required when working with linear and quadratic Finite Elements in two dimensions. FFEP should meet the following requirements: The Package should be easy to be used, well documented, stable, fast, portable and last but not least Open Source Software. The required dense matrix and vector operations of the package are based on LAPACK and CBLAS. For more details of LAPACK and CBLAS see Related Links. The memory management, the interfaces to the CBLAS and LAPACK functions and some additional functionality are combined in the Meta Matrix Library, which can be used for numerical projects without the rest of the Library-Collection.
FMS-1D Download
Fluid Modelling System for conservation laws in one space dimension. Solves systems of PDE's of the convection-reaction-diffusion type. Platforms: Fortran source code requires Fortran compiler. Installed on Sun Solaris, DEC Ultrix, and HP-UX.
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