Hermes2D is a C++ library for rapid development of adaptive hp-FEM / hp-DG solvers. Novel hp-adaptivity algorithms are designed to solve a large variety of problems ranging from ODE and stationary linear PDE to complex time-dependent nonlinear multiphysics PDE systems. The code is distributed under the GNU General Public License (Hermes2D and Hermes3D) and BSD License (Hermes1D). The hp-FEM group at the University of Nevada, Reno and University of West Bohemia, Pilsen is concerned with the development, implementation, and dissemination of modern computational methods for engineering and scientific problems described by partial differential equations (PDE). Our work is freely available through several open source projects.
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- Sváček, Petr: On implementation aspects of finite element method and its application (2019)
- Nikolayev, Denys; Kubík, Zdeněk; Karban, Pavel; Skála, Jiří: Impedance analysis of transmission line cells for EMC applications using Agros2D (2016)
- Anjam, I.; Valdman, J.: Fast MATLAB assembly of FEM matrices in 2D and 3D: edge elements (2015)
- Koudela, Lukáš; Kotlan, Václav: High-speed rotation induction heating in thermal clamping technology (2015)
- Braun, Moritz: Electrostatics simulations on the cloud with NCLab (2014)
- Solin, Pavel; Korous, Lukas; Kus, Pavel: Hermes2D, a C++ library for rapid development of adaptive (hp)-FEM and (hp)-DG solvers (2014)
- Karban, Pavel; Mach, František; Doležel, Ivo: Hard-coupled model of local direct resistance heating of thin sheets (2012)
- Ma, Zhonghua; Korous, Lukas; Santiago, Erick: Solving a suite of NIST benchmark problems for adaptive FEM with the Hermes library (2012)
- Ragusa, Jean C.: Application of (h)-, (p)-, and (hp)-mesh adaptation techniques to the (SP_3) equations (2010)