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Numerical Methods for Non-Local Operators

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  Fast Boundary Element Methods in Industrial Applications
Günther Of (University Stuttgart)

Boundary element methods are applied for engineering and industrial real life problems with homogeneous partial differential equations in complicated structures. Examples are the computation of capacity curves of micromechanical sensors, the simulation of spray painting processes and the elastic deformation of mechanical transformation tools and of a foam. For the discretization of the symmetric boundary integral formulation a Galerkin boundary element method is used, where all boundary integral operators can be reduced to the single and douple layer potential of the Laplace equation. From this we obtain a fast boundary element method by using the fast multipole method. Finally we discuss the preconditioned iterative solution process of the resulting linear systems.


 

 
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