preCICE v2: A Sustainable and User-Friendly Coupling Library

@article{Chourdakis2021preCICEVA,
  title={preCICE v2: A Sustainable and User-Friendly Coupling Library},
  author={Gerasimos Chourdakis and Kyle Davis and Benjamin Rodenberg and Miriam Schulte and Fr{\'e}d{\'e}ric Simonis and Benjamin Uekermann and Georg Abrams and Hans-Joachim Bungartz and Lucia Cheung Yau and Ishaan Desai and Konrad Eder and Richard Hertrich and Florian Lindner and Alexander Rusch and Dmytro Sashko and David Schneider and Amin Totounferoush and Dominik Volland and Peter Vollmer and Oguz Ziya Koseomur},
  journal={ArXiv},
  year={2021},
  volume={abs/2109.14470}
}
preCICE is a free/open-source coupling library. It enables creating partitioned multi-physics simulations by gluing together separate software packages. This paper summarizes the development efforts in preCICE of the past five years. During this time span, we have turned the software from a working prototype -- sophisticated numerical coupling methods and scalability on ten thousands of compute cores -- to a sustainable and user-friendly software project with a steadily-growing community. Today… 

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