Heiko Andrae

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The desire to simulate more and more geometrical and physical features of technical structures and the availability of parallel computers and parallel numerical solvers which can exploit the power of these machines have lead to a steady increase in the number of grid elements used. Memory requirements and computational time are too large for usual serial(More)
The Explicit Jump Immersed Interface Method solves boundary value problems by embedding arbitrary domains in rectangular parallelepipeds and extending the boundary value problem to such a domain. Now the boundary conditions become jump conditions, and separate equations for the discretized solution of the pde and for the jump conditions are written. In the(More)
The desire to simulate more and more geometrical and physical features of technical structures and the availability of parallel computers and parallel numerical solvers which can exploit the power of these machines have lead to a steady increase in the number of grid elements used. Memory requirements and computational time are too large for usual serial(More)
An algorithm for automatic parallel generation of three-dimensional unstructured computational meshes based on geometrical domain decomposition is proposed in this paper. Software package build upon proposed algorithm is described. Several practical examples of mesh generation on multiprocessor computational systems are given. It is shown that developed(More)
Multi-Scale Simulation of Viscoelastic Fiber-Reinforced Composites Sarah Ricker, Heiko Andrä, Stefan Frei, Matthias Kabel, Fabian Krzikalla, Inga Shyklar, and Aivars Zemitis 1 Department of Flow and Material Simulation, Fraunhofer Institute for Industrial Mathematics (ITWM), Kaiserslautern, Germany 2 Department of Geophysics, Stanford University, Stanford,(More)
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