Time and Date: 10:35 - 12:15 on 12th June 2017
Room: HG D 7.1
Chair: Maciej Paszynski
|-3|| ICCS 2017 Workshop on Agent-Based Simulations, Adaptive Algorithms and Solvers [abstract]
Abstract: [No abstract available]
|Aleksander Byrski, Maciej Paszynski, Robert Schaefer, Victor Calo and David Pardo|
|192|| Quadrature blending for isogeometric analysis [abstract]
Abstract: We use blended quadrature rules to reduce the phase error of isogeometric analysis discretizations. To explain the observed behavior and quantify the approximation errors, we use the generalized Pythagorean eigenvalue error theorem to account for quadrature errors on the resulting weak forms. The proposed blended techniques improve the spectral accuracy of isogeometric analysis on uniform and non-uniform meshes for different polynomial orders and continuity of the basis functions. The convergence rate of the optimally blended schemes is increased by two orders with respect to the case when standard quadratures are applied. Our technique can be applied to arbitrary high-order isogeometric elements.
|Victor Calo, Quanling Deng and Vladimir Puzyrev|
|81|| Optimally refined isogeometric analysis [abstract]
Abstract: Performance of direct solvers strongly depends upon the employed discretization method. In particular, it is possible to improve the performance of Isogeometric Analysis (IGA) discretizations by introducing multiple $C^0$-continuity hyperplanes that act as separators during LU factorization . In here, we further explore this venue by introducing separators of arbitrary continuity. Moreover, we develop an efficient method to obtain optimal discretizations in the sense that they minimize the time employed by the direct solver of linear equations. The search space consists of all possible discretizations obtained by enriching a given IGA mesh. Thus, the best approximation error is always reduced with respect to its IGA counterpart, while the solution time is decreased by up to a factor of 60.
|Daniel Garcia, Michael Barton and David Pardo|
|538|| Higher-Order Finite Element Electromagnetics Code for HPC environments [abstract]
Abstract: In this communication, an electromagnetic software suite developed to work in high performance computing (HPC) environments is presented. Details about the formulation used are provided, and an exhaustive flowchart is included and analyzed. Finally, results using HPC environments are shown.
|Adrian Amor-Martin, Daniel Garcia-Donoro and Luis E. Garcia-Castillo|
|270|| Coupled isogeometric Finite Element Method and Hierarchical Genetic Strategy with balanced accuracy for solving optimization inverse problem [abstract]
Abstract: The liquid fossil fuel reservoir exploitation problem (LFFEP) has not only economical signification but also strong natural environment impact. When the hydraulic fracturing technique is considered from the mathematical point of view it can be formulated as an optimization inverse problem, where we try to find optimal locations of pumps and sinks to maximize the amount of the oil extracted and to minimize the contamination of the groundwater. In the paper, we present combined solver consisting of the Hierarchical Genetic Strategy (HGS) with variable accuracy for solving optimization problem and isogeometric finite element method (IGA-FEM) with different mesh size for modeling a non-stationary flow of the non-linear fluid in heterogeneous media. The algorithm was tested and compared with the strategy using Simple Genetic Algorithm (SGA) as optimization algorithm and the same IGA-FEM solver for solving a direct problem. Additionally, a parallel algorithm for non-stationary simulations with isogeometric L2 projections is discussed and preliminarily assessed for reducing the computational cost of the solvers consisting of genetic algorithm and IGA-FEM algorithm. The theoretical asymptotic analysis which shows the correctness of algorithm and allows to estimate computational costs of the strategy is also presented.
|Barbara Barabasz, Marcin Łoś, Maciej Woźniak, Leszek Siwik and Stephen Barrett|