MoFEM (Mesh-oriented Finite Element Method) is a C++ library for managing complexities related to the finite element method (FEM). FEM is a widely used numerical approach for solving partial differential equations (PDEs) arising in various physical problems. MoFEM is developed to provide a finite element library incorporating modern approximation approaches and data structures for engineers, students and academics. MoFEM is specifically designed to solve complex engineering problems, enabling seamless integration of meshes that comprise multiple element types and element shapes, which are typically encountered in industrial applications. The development of MoFEM has been primarily targeting the problem of crack propagation for structural integrity assessment of safety-critical structures.
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- Kaczmarczyk, Łukasz; Ullah, Zahur; Lewandowski, Karol; Meng, Xuan; Zhou, Xiao-Yi; Athanasiadis, Ignatios; Nguyen, Hoang; Chalons-Mouriesse, Christophe-Alexandre; Richardson, Euan J.; Miur, Euan; Shvarts, Andrei G.; Wakeni, Mebratu; Pearce, Chris J.: MoFEM: An open source, parallel nite element library (2020) not zbMATH
- Molnár, Gergely; Gravouil, Anthony; Seghir, Rian; Réthoré, Julien: An open-source Abaqus implementation of the phase-field method to study the effect of plasticity on the instantaneous fracture toughness in dynamic crack propagation (2020)
- Henyš, Petr; Čapek, Lukáš; Březina, Jan: Comparison of current methods for implementing periodic boundary conditions in multi-scale homogenisation (2019)
- Kaczmarczyk, Łukasz; Ullah, Zahur; Pearce, Chris J.: Energy consistent framework for continuously evolving 3D crack propagation (2017)