Parallel Computing of Thermoelasticity Problems
The paper deals with a finite element solution of transient thermoelasticity problems. For each time step the system of linear algebraic equations is solved using a parallel solver based on the overlapping domain decomposition method. The time steps are chosen adaptively. The results of numerical tests on a large benchmark problem are presented.
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