WBCSIM: A prototype PSE for wood-based composites simulations This chapter describes a computing environment named WBCSim that is intended to increase the productivity of wood scientists conducting research on wood-based composite materials. WBCSim integrates Fortran-based simulation codes with a graphical front end, an optimization tool, and a visualization tool. WBCSim serves as a prototype for the design, construction, and evaluation of larger scale problem solving environments. Several different wood-based composite material simulations are supported. A detailed description of the prototype’s software architecture and a typical scenario of use are presented.

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  1. Shu, J.; Watson, L. T.; Zombori, B. G.; Kamke, F. A.: WBCSim: an environment for modeling wood-based composites manufacture (2006) ioport
  2. Ramakrishnan, N.; Watson, L. T.; Kafura, D. G.; Ribbens, C. J.; Shaffer, C. A.: Programming environments for multidisciplinary grid communities (2002)
  3. Goel, Amit; Phanouriou, Constantinos; Kamke, Frederick A.; Ribbens, Calvin J.; Shaffer, Clifford A.; Watson, Layne T.: WBCSIM: A prototype PSE for wood-based composites simulations (2000)