Domain Decomposition Methods in Science and Engineering XXIV. Bjørstad, P. E., Brenner, S. C., Halpern, L., Kim, H. H., Kornhuber, R., Rahman, T., & Widlund, O. B. Volume 125of Lecture Notes in Computational Science and EngineeringJanuary, 2019.
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For the simulation of complex models and complete systems whose components involve different electromagnetic scales and properties, it is often appropriate to apply domain decomposition methods. Based on the surface equivalence principle, the aim of the presented project is to develop a modular, black box framework for domain decomposition which is capable of assigning any formulation and numerical method to a certain subdomain. In this approach, equivalent surface currents act as interface between the subdomains exchanging boundary data. Here, the focus is on coupling finite element and boundary element frequency domain methods driven by application examples like antenna placement. First results and encountered challenges will be presented.
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  abstract      = {For the simulation of complex models and complete systems whose components involve different electromagnetic scales and properties, it is often appropriate to apply domain decomposition methods. Based on the surface equivalence principle, the aim of the presented project is to develop a modular, black box framework for domain decomposition which is capable of assigning any formulation and numerical method to a certain subdomain. In this approach, equivalent surface currents act as interface between the subdomains exchanging boundary data. Here, the focus is on coupling finite element and boundary element frequency domain methods driven by application examples like antenna placement. First results and encountered challenges will be presented.},
  author        = {Bjørstad, Petter E. and Brenner, Susanne C. and Halpern, Lawrence and Kim, Hyea Hyun and Kornhuber, Ralf and Rahman, Talal and Widlund, Olof B.},
  booktitle     = {Domain Decomposition Methods in Science and Engineering {XXIV}},
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  doi           = {10.1007/978-3-319-93873-8},
  editor        = {Bjørstad, Petter E. and Brenner, Susanne C. and Halpern, Lawrence and Kim, Hyea Hyun and Kornhuber, Ralf and Rahman, Talal and Widlund, Olof B.},
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  keywords      = {ddm},
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  series        = {Lecture Notes in Computational Science and Engineering},
  title         = {Domain Decomposition Methods in Science and Engineering {XXIV}},
  volume        = {125},
  year          = {2019}
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