The Pelicans software platform Pelicans is a library of tools used to develop computer software to solve partial differential equations by focusing on the design of a numerical scheme suited to the physical model being studied. This platform is currently used as a basis for simulation tools belonging to a variety of fields in transfer physics, such as the calculation of multi-species reagent flows or the mechanical behavior of a fractured medium under load.
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References in zbMATH (referenced in 3 articles )
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- Dbouk, T.; Perales, F.; Babik, F.; Mozul, R.: A DF-IBM/NSCD coupling framework to simulate immersed particle interactions (2016)
- Coudière, Yves; Hubert, Florence: A 3D discrete duality finite volume method for nonlinear elliptic equations (2011)
- Wachs, Anthony: PeliGRIFF, a parallel DEM-DLM/FD direct numerical simulation tool for 3D particulate flows (2011)
Further publications can be found at: ww.irsn.fr/EN/Research/publications-documentation/Pages/Scientific-documentation-2514.aspx