Overture

Overture is an object-oriented code framework for solving partial differential equations. It provides a portable, flexible software development environment for applications that involve the simulation of physical processes in complex moving geometry. Overture is designed for solving problems on a structured grid or a collection of structured grids. In particular, it can use curvilinear grids, adaptive mesh refinement, and the composite overlapping grid method to represent problems involving complex domains with moving components. (Source: http://freecode.com/)


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  1. Hedayat, Mohammadali; Akbarzadeh, Amir M.; Borazjani, Iman: A parallel dynamic overset grid framework for immersed boundary methods (2022)
  2. Kopriva, David A.; Nordström, Jan; Gassner, Gregor J.: On the theoretical foundation of overset grid methods for hyperbolic problems: well-posedness and conservation (2022)
  3. Darian, Hossein Mahmoodi: Investigation of C++ variadic templates for numerical methods and finite difference schemes (2021)
  4. Deuse, Mathieu; Sandberg, Richard D.: Implementation of a stable high-order overset grid method for high-fidelity simulations (2020)
  5. Huang, Juntao; Liu, Yuan; Guo, Wei; Tao, Zhanjing; Cheng, Yingda: An adaptive multiresolution interior penalty discontinuous Galerkin method for wave equations in second order form (2020)
  6. Dokken, Jørgen S.; Funke, Simon W.; Johansson, August; Schmidt, Stephan: Shape optimization using the finite element method on multiple meshes with Nitsche coupling (2019)
  7. Mittal, Ketan; Dutta, Som; Fischer, Paul: Nonconforming Schwarz-spectral element methods for incompressible flow (2019)
  8. Sharan, Nek; Pantano, Carlos; Bodony, Daniel J.: Time-stable overset grid method for hyperbolic problems using summation-by-parts operators (2018)
  9. Uzgoren, Eray: \textitgirdap: open source object-oriented autonomous grid management library for solving equations of conservation laws (2017)
  10. Amlani, Faisal; Bruno, Oscar P.: An FC-based spectral solver for elastodynamic problems in general three-dimensional domains (2016)
  11. Anshu Dubey, Ann Almgren, John Bell, Martin Berzins, Steve Brandt, Greg Bryan, Phillip Colella, Daniel Graves, Michael Lijewski, Frank Loffler, Brian O’Shea, Erik Schnetter, Brian Van Straalen, Klaus Weide: A Survey of High Level Frameworks in Block-Structured Adaptive Mesh Refinement Packages (2016) arXiv
  12. Hue, David; Péron, Stéphanie; Wiart, Ludovic; Atinault, Olivier; Gournay, Elie; Raud, Pascal; Benoit, Christophe; Mayeur, Julien: Validation of a near-body and off-body grid partitioning methodology for aircraft aerodynamic performance prediction (2015)
  13. Keppens, Rony; Porth, Oliver: Scalar hyperbolic PDE simulations and coupling strategies (2014)
  14. Li, Longfei; Braun, R. J.; Maki, K. L.; Henshaw, W. D.; King-Smith, P. E.: Tear film dynamics with evaporation, wetting, and time-dependent flux boundary condition on an eye-shaped domain (2014)
  15. Roget, Beatrice; Sitaraman, Jayanarayanan: Robust and efficient overset grid assembly for partitioned unstructured meshes (2014)
  16. Reichert, Adam; Heath, Michael T.; Bodony, Daniel J.: Energy stable numerical methods for hyperbolic partial differential equations using overlapping domain decomposition (2012)
  17. Bayati, Basil; Chatelain, Philippe; Koumoutsakos, Petros: Adaptive mesh refinement for stochastic reaction-diffusion processes (2011)
  18. Ray, J.; Armstrong, R.; Safta, C.; Debusschere, B. J.; Allan, B. A.; Najm, H. N.: Computational frameworks for advanced combustion simulations (2011)
  19. Rouson, Damian; Xia, Jim; Xu, Xiaofeng: Scientific software design. The object-oriented way. (2011)
  20. Liu, Xinfeng; Nie, Qing: Compact integration factor methods for complex domains and adaptive mesh refinement (2010)

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Further publications can be found at: http://www.overtureframework.org/publications.html