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With the rise in popularity of compatible finite element, finite difference and finite volume discretizations for the time domain eddy current equations, there has been a corresponding need for fast solvers of the resulting linear algebraic systems. However, the traits that make compatible discretizations a preferred choice for the Maxwell's equations also… (More)

—Trilinos is an object-oriented software framework for the solution of large-scale, complex multi-physics engineering and scientific problems. While the original version of Trilinos was designed for highly scalable solutions for large problems, the need for increasingly higher fidelity simulations has pushed the problem sizes beyond what could have been… (More)

Trilinos is an object-oriented software framework for the solution of large-scale, complex multi-physics engineering and scientific problems. While Trilinos was originally designed for scalable solutions of large problems, the fidelity needed by many simulations is significantly greater than what one could have envisioned two decades ago. When problem sizes… (More)

A template-based generic programming approach was presented in a previous paper [19] that separates the development effort of programming a physical model from that of computing additional quantities, such as derivatives, needed for embedded analysis algorithms. In this paper, we describe the implementation details for using the template-based generic… (More)

We develop stochastic mixed finite element methods for spatially adaptive simulations of fluid-structure interactions when subject to thermal fluctuations. To account for thermal fluctuations, we introduce a discrete fluctuation-dissipation balance condition to develop compatible stochastic driving fields for our discretization. We perform analysis that… (More)

We develop and analyze least-squares finite element methods for two complementary div-curl elliptic boundary value problems. The first one prescribes the tangential component of the vector field on the boundary and is solved using curl-conforming elements. The second problem specifies the normal component of the vector field and is handled by div-conforming… (More)

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