FEM example in Python
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Topics
Introduction
Code
Verify and run
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Purpose
Practice with Python
Illustrate FEM in 1D in detail
Coding strategies
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FEniCS: Discontinuous Galerkin Example
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Discontinuous Galerkin Methods
Beatrice Riviere, Discontinuous Galerkin Methods for Solving
Elliptic and Parabolic
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Python language exercises
1. (5 points) Consider the following expression, intended to print the square
root of 16:
pow(16,(1/2)
What is the result of this expression? How should it be changed, still
using pow, to yield the correct answer?
2. (5 points)
Math 3040 Wrapup
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Course topics
1. Background and basics
2. FEM1D.py
3. FEniCS
4. FreeFem+
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Background and basics
VirtualBox and VMs
Spyder and Python language
Introduction to the nite element method
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Resources
Strang, G., Fix, G., An Analysis of the Finite Element Method 2nd
Edition, Wellesley-Cambridge Press,
Exercises on numpy, scipy, and
matplotlib
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Exercise 7: Numpy practice (5 points)
Start up Python (best to use Spyder) and use it to answer the following questions. Use the following imports:
import numpy as np
import scipy.linalg as la
import matplotlib.
FreeFem+, part IV
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Topics
3D
TetGen
Layer meshes
Mesh adaptation
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Topics
3D
TetGen
Layer meshes
Mesh adaptation
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Using TetGen inside FreeFem
FEniCS, part II
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Topics
Parameters
Projections and spaces
MeshFunctions and SubDomains
Parallel execution
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FEniCS parameters
Parameters in a hiera
Math 3040: Topics in Scientic Computing
Introduction to nite element simulations
using FEniCS and FreeFem+
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Topics
Introduction
Course topics
An example
The sof
Math 3040: Introduction to Python
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Contents
Introduction to Python
Running python
File structure and line syntax
Python language syntax
Classes and inheritance
Resources
M. Scott Shell,
http:/www.engr.ucsb.edu/%7eshell/che210d/numpy.pdf
http:/wiki.scipy.org/NumPy_for_Matlab_Users
http:/mathesaurus.sourceforge.net/matlab-numpy.html
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Numpy arrays
import numpy as np
Numpy provides class ndarray, called array
FEniCS, part III
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Topics
Geometry
Elements
Nonlinear problems
Transient problems
Eigenvalue problems
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How do I generate complicated meshes?
UnitIn
FEniCS, part I
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Topics
Introduction
Tutorial examples
Solvers and preconditioners
Direct solvers
Conjugate Gradients
Parallel computing
Preconditioning
FreeFem+, part III
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Topics
Exercise 21 discussion
Elements
Tutorial examples from Chapter 3
Section 3.10 Newtons method for NSE
MPI and Schwarz method
N
FreeFem+, part I
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Topics
Example 18
Continuous Equations
Mesh
Weak form
Convect
Timesteps
Example 19
Syntax from Chapter 4
Tutorial examples from Chapte