Peridigm is Sandia’s primary open-source computational peridynamics code. It is a massively-parallel simulation code for implicit and explicit multi-physics simulations centering on solid mechanics and material failure. Peridigm is a C++ code utilizing foundational software components from Sandia’s Trilinos project and is fully compatible with the Cubit mesh generator and Paraview visualization codes.

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  1. B. Boys, T. J. Dodwell, M. Hobbs, M. Girolami: PeriPy - A High Performance OpenCL Peridynamics Package (2021) arXiv
  2. Boys, B.; Dodwell, T. J.; Hobbs, M.; Girolami, M.: PeriPy -- a high performance peridynamics package (2021)
  3. Butt, Sahir N.; Meschke, Günther: Peridynamic analysis of dynamic fracture: influence of peridynamic horizon, dimensionality and specimen size (2021)
  4. D’Elia, Marta; Gunzburger, Max; Vollmann, Christian: A cookbook for approximating Euclidean balls and for quadrature rules in finite element methods for nonlocal problems (2021)
  5. Xu, Xiao; Glusa, Christian; D’Elia, Marta; Foster, John T.: A FETI approach to domain decomposition for meshfree discretizations of nonlocal problems (2021)
  6. Behzadinasab, Masoud; Foster, John T.: A semi-Lagrangian constitutive correspondence framework for peridynamics (2020)
  7. Javili, Ali; Morasata, Rico; Oterkus, Erkan; Oterkus, Selda: Peridynamics review (2019)
  8. Ni, Tao; Zaccariotto, Mirco; Zhu, Qi-Zhi; Galvanetto, Ugo: Static solution of crack propagation problems in peridynamics (2019)
  9. Zhu, Fan; Zhao, Jidong: Modeling continuous grain crushing in granular media: a hybrid peridynamics and physics engine approach (2019)
  10. Du, Qiang; Tao, Yunzhe; Tian, Xiaochuan: A peridynamic model of fracture mechanics with bond-breaking (2018)
  11. Diehl, Patrick; Bußler, Michael; Pflüger, Dirk; Frey, Steffen; Ertl, Thomas; Sadlo, Filip; Schweitzer, Marc Alexander: Extraction of fragments and waves after impact damage in particle-based simulations (2017)
  12. Queiruga, Alejandro F.; Moridis, George: Numerical experiments on the convergence properties of state-based peridynamic laws and influence functions in two-dimensional problems (2017)
  13. D’Elia, Marta; Perego, Mauro; Bochev, Pavel; Littlewood, David: A coupling strategy for nonlocal and local diffusion models with mixed volume constraints and boundary conditions (2016)
  14. Seleson, Pablo; Littlewood, David J.: Convergence studies in meshfree peridynamic simulations (2016)
  15. Brothers, Michael D.; Foster, John T.; Millwater, Harry R.: A comparison of different methods for calculating tangent-stiffness matrices in a massively parallel computational peridynamics code (2014)