Code_Aster

Code_Aster is mainly a solver for mechanics, based on the theory of Finite elements. This tool covers a large range of applications : 3D thermal analyses and mechanical analyses in linear and non-linear statics and dynamics, for machines, pressure vessels and civil engineering structures. Beyond the standard functionalities of a FEM software for solid mechanics, Code_Aster compiles specific research in various fields : fatigue, damage, fracture, contact, geomaterials, porous media, multi-physics coupling. It is widely used at EDF for the expertise and the maintenance of power plants and electrical networks.


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  1. Oumaziz, Paul; Gosselet, Pierre; Saavedra, Karin; Tardieu, Nicolas: Analysis, improvement and limits of the multiscale Latin method (2021)
  2. Shen, Yichang; Béreux, Natacha; Frangi, Attilio; Touzé, Cyril: Reduced order models for geometrically nonlinear structures: assessment of implicit condensation in comparison with invariant manifold approach (2021)
  3. Vizzaccaro, Alessandra; Shen, Yichang; Salles, Loïc; Blahoš, Jiří; Touzé, Cyril: Direct computation of nonlinear mapping via normal form for reduced-order models of finite element nonlinear structures (2021)
  4. Andrieux, Stephane; Baranger, Thouraya N.: Nonlinear Cauchy problem and identification in contact mechanics: a solving method based on Bregman-gap (2020)
  5. Chouly, Franz; Ern, Alexandre; Pignet, Nicolas: A hybrid high-order discretization combined with Nitsche’s method for contact and Tresca friction in small strain elasticity (2020)
  6. Dia, Mouhamadou; Hamila, Nahiene; Abbas, Mickaël; Gravouil, Anthony: A nine nodes solid-shell finite element with enhanced pinching stress (2020)
  7. Matteo Giacomini, Ruben Sevilla, Antonio Huerta: HDGlab: An open-source implementation of the hybridisable discontinuous Galerkin method in MATLAB (2020) arXiv
  8. Vizzaccaro, Alessandra; Givois, Arthur; Longobardi, Pierluigi; Shen, Yichang; Deü, Jean-François; Salles, Loïc; Touzé, Cyril; Thomas, Olivier: Non-intrusive reduced order modelling for the dynamics of geometrically nonlinear flat structures using three-dimensional finite elements (2020)
  9. Givois, Arthur; Grolet, Aurélien; Thomas, Olivier; Deü, Jean-François: On the frequency response computation of geometrically nonlinear flat structures using reduced-order finite element models (2019)
  10. Stainier, Laurent; Leygue, Adrien; Ortiz, Michael: Model-free data-driven methods in mechanics: material data identification and solvers (2019)
  11. Tian, Rong; Wen, Longfei; Wang, Lixiang: Three-dimensional improved XFEM (IXFEM) for static crack problems (2019)
  12. Abbas, Mickaël; Drouet, Guillaume; Hild, Patrick: The local average contact (LAC) method (2018)
  13. Abbas, Mickaël; Ern, Alexandre; Pignet, Nicolas: Hybrid high-order methods for finite deformations of hyperelastic materials (2018)
  14. Jansen van Rensburg, Gerhardus J.; Kok, Schalk; Wilke, Daniel N.: Modelling multiple cycles of static and dynamic recrystallisation using a fully implicit isotropic material model based on dislocation density (2018)
  15. P. Cardiff, A. Karač, P. De Jaeger, H. Jasak, J. Nagy, A. Ivanković, Ž. Tuković: An open-source finite volume toolbox for solid mechanics and fluid-solid interaction simulations (2018) arXiv
  16. Timothy J. Truster: DEIP, discontinuous element insertion Program - Mesh generation for interfacial finite element modeling (2018) not zbMATH
  17. Weisz-Patrault, Daniel: Nonlinear and multiphysics evaluation of residual stresses in coils (2018)
  18. Drouet, Guillaume; Hild, Patrick: An accurate local average contact method for nonmatching meshes (2017)
  19. Oumaziz, Paul; Gosselet, Pierre; Boucard, Pierre-Alain; Guinard, Stéphane: A non-invasive implementation of a mixed domain decomposition method for frictional contact problems (2017)
  20. Bouclier, Robin; Passieux, Jean-Charles; Salaün, Michel: Local enrichment of NURBS patches using a non-intrusive coupling strategy: geometric details, local refinement, inclusion, fracture (2016)

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