FEMSTER

FEMSTER is a modular finite element class library for solving three-dimensional problems arising in electromagnetism. The library was designed using a modern geometrical approach based on differential forms (or p-forms) and can be used for high-order spatial discretizations of well-known $\cal H(\text{div})$- and $\cal H(\text{curl})$-conforming finite element methods. The software consists of a set of abstract interfaces and concrete classes, providing a framework in which the user is able to add new schemes by reusing the existing classes or by incorporating new user-defined data types.

This software is also peer reviewed by journal TOMS.


References in zbMATH (referenced in 18 articles , 1 standard article )

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  1. Na, Dong-Yeop; Omelchenko, Yuri A.; Moon, Haksu; Borges, Ben-Hur V.; Teixeira, Fernando L.: Axisymmetric charge-conservative electromagnetic particle simulation algorithm on unstructured grids: application to microwave vacuum electronic devices (2017)
  2. De La Cruz, Luis M.; Ramos, Eduardo: General template units for the finite volume method in box-shaped domains (2016)
  3. Castillo, P. E.; Sequeira, F. A.: Computational aspects of the local discontinuous Galerkin method on unstructured grids in three dimensions (2013)
  4. Teixeira, F. L.: Differential forms in lattice field theories: an overview (2013)
  5. Weida, Daniel; Steinmetz, Thorsten; Clemens, Markus: Improved accuracy of electro-quasistatic simulations of large-scale 3D high voltage insulators with nonlinear material layers (2011)
  6. Barham, Matthew I.; White, Daniel A.; Steigmann, David J.: Finite element modeling of the deformation of magnetoelastic film (2010)
  7. Dedner, Andreas; Klöfkorn, Robert; Nolte, Martin; Ohlberger, Mario: A generic interface for parallel and adaptive discretization schemes: Abstraction principles and the DUNE-FEM module (2010)
  8. Bangerth, W.; Kayser-Herold, O.: Data structures and requirements for \ithp finite element software (2009)
  9. Kurkcu, Harun; Reitich, Fernando: Stable and efficient evaluation of periodized Green’s functions for the Helmholtz equation at high frequencies (2009)
  10. Rognes, Marie E.; Kirby, Robert C.; Logg, Anders: Efficient assembly of $H(\mathrmdiv)$ and $H(\mathrmcurl)$ conforming finite elements (2009)
  11. Taube, Arne; Dumbser, Michael; Munz, Claus-Dieter; Schneider, Rudolf: A high-order discontinuous Galerkin method with time-accurate local time stepping for the Maxwell equations (2009)
  12. Terrel, A. R.; Scott, L. R.; Knepley, M. G.; Kirby, R. C.: Automated FEM discretizations for the Stokes equation (2008)
  13. Bangerth, Wolfgang; Hartmann, Ralf; Kanschat, Guido: deal.ii -- a general-purpose object-oriented finite element library. (2007)
  14. Fisher, A.; White, D.; Rodrigue, G.: An efficient vector finite element method for nonlinear electromagnetic modeling (2007)
  15. Rieben, R. N.; White, D. A.; Wallin, B. K.; Solberg, J. M.: An arbitrary Lagrangian-Eulerian discretization of MHD on 3D unstructured grids (2007)
  16. Castillo, Paul; Rieben, Robert; White, Daniel: FEMSTER: an object-oriented class library of high-order discrete differential forms. (2005)
  17. Chen, Min-Hung; Cockburn, Bernardo; Reitich, Fernando: High-order RKDG methods for computational electromagnetics (2005)
  18. Castillo, P.; Koning, J.; Rieben, R.; White, D.: A discrete differential forms framework for computational electromagnetism (2004)