Cimlib

Cimlib: a fully parallel application for numerical simulations based on components assembly. This paper presents CIMLIB with its two main characteristics: an Object Oriented Program and a fully parallel code. CIMLIB aims at providing a set of components that can be organized to build numerical simulation of a certain process. We describe two components: one treats the complex task of parallel remeshing, the other puts the focus on the Finite Element modeling. In a second part, we present some parallel performances and an example of a very large simulation (over a mesh of 25 millions nodes) that begins with the mesh generation and ends up writing results files, all done using 88 processors.


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  1. Bruchon, J.; Liu, Y.; Moulin, N.: Finite element setting for fluid flow simulations with natural enforcement of the triple junction equilibrium (2018)
  2. Riber, S.; Valette, R.; Mesri, Y.; Hachem, E.: Adaptive variational multiscale method for Bingham flows (2016)
  3. Pino-Muñoz, Daniel; Bruchon, J.; Drapier, S.; Valdivieso, F.: Sintering at particle scale: an Eulerian computing framework to deal with strong topological and material discontinuities (2014)
  4. Muñoz, D. Pino; Bruchon, J.; Drapier, S.; Valdivieso, F.: A finite element-based level set method for fluid-elastic solid interaction with surface tension (2013)
  5. Hachem, E.; Digonnet, H.; Massoni, E.; Coupez, T.: Immersed volume method for solving natural convection, conduction and radiation of a hat-shaped disk inside a 3D enclosure (2012)
  6. Coupez, T.: Metric construction by length distribution tensor and edge based error for anisotropic adaptive meshing (2011)
  7. Hachem, E.; Rivaux, B.; Kloczko, Thibaud; Digonnet, Hugues; Coupez, Thierry: Stabilized finite element method for incompressible flows with high Reynolds number (2010)
  8. de Micheli, P. O.; Mocellin, K.: A new efficient explicit formulation for linear tetrahedral elements non-sensitive to volumetric locking for infinitesimal elasticity and inelasticity (2009)
  9. Mesri, Youssef; Digonnet, Hugues; Coupez, Thierry: Advanced parallel computing in material forming with CIMLib (2009)