A Time-Parallel Implicit Method for Accelerating the Solution of Nonlinear Structural Dynamics Problems

@inproceedings{Cortial2008ATI,
  title={A Time-Parallel Implicit Method for Accelerating the Solution of Nonlinear Structural Dynamics Problems},
  author={Julien Cortial and Charbel Farhat},
  year={2008}
}
The Parallel Implicit Time-integration Algorithm (PITA) is among a very limited number of timeintegrators that have been successfully applied to the time-parallel solution of linear second-order hyperbolic problems such as those encountered in structural dynamics. Time-parallelism can be of paramount importance to fast computations, for example, when space-parallelism is unfeasible as in problems with a relatively small number of degrees of freedom in general, and reduced-order model… CONTINUE READING

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