About | |

▼Developer page | |

Basic design | |

▼Tutorials | |

Basics of hierarchical approximation | |

Hello world | |

Solving the Poisson equation | |

Implementing operators for the Poisson equation | |

A nonlinear Poisson equation | |

Using fieldsplit solver and DM sub problem. | |

Implementation of reaction-diffusion equation | |

Solid elasticity | |

Mixed formulation for incompressible elasticity | |

Implementation of spring element | |

Soap film spanned on wire | Example of implementation, step by step tutorial |

Mix formulation and integration on skeleton (h-adaptivity) | Set by step example how to implement mix finite element and do hp-adaptivity |

Time dependent nonlinear mix formulation (unsaturated flow) | |

Coding practice | Naming conventions and coding policies and principles in MoFEM |

Guidelines for bug reporting | Instruction how to report bugs |

Writing documentation | A guide why and how to write documentation |

Being a good citizen | |

▼Users modules | |

Nonlinear Elasticity (Usage example) | |

Benchmarks crack propagation tests (EDF Tests) | |

Fracture Mechanics (Usage Examples) | Detailed step-by-step procedure for fracture simulation consisting of two numerical examples |

Fracture mechanics module | |

Density mapping from CT scans | Description of density approximation from CT scan data (Usage example) |

Solid shell element on prisms | |

Gel Model (Usage example) | |

Gel Model Creep (response due to external load) | |

Gel Model Sorption (response to an environmental change) | |

Layered Gel Problem (Response to an Environmental Change) | |

Wood Cell (Response to an Environmental Change) | |

Computational homogenisation (Usage example) | |

Convergence studies for computational homogenisation | |

Periodic boundary conditions with Nitsche's method | |

Cell engineering module | |

Plasticity (User example) | |

▼Getting started | |

▼Installation | |

Installation with Spack (Recommended for Linux, macOS, HPC) | |

Installation with Docker (Linux, macOS and some versions of Windows) | |

Installation on Ubuntu (Advanced) | |

Installation on macOS (Advanced) | |

Features | |

▼Examples | |

Nonlinear Elasticity (Usage example) | |

Plasticity (User example) | |

Gel Model (Usage example) | |

Gel Model Creep (response due to external load) | |

Gel Model Sorption (response to an environmental change) | |

Layered Gel Problem (Response to an Environmental Change) | |

Wood Cell (Response to an Environmental Change) | |

Computational homogenisation (Usage example) | |

Convergence studies for computational homogenisation | |

Periodic boundary conditions with Nitsche's method | |

Bone remodelling module | |

Density mapping from CT scans | Description of density approximation from CT scan data (Usage example) |

Using Gmsh | |

Frequently Asked Questions | |

Search | |

README | |

Eshelbian plasticity module | |

Monochromatic Acoustic Wave (Usage example) | This is a simple example of how to run monochromatic acoustic wave problems with analytical solutions in MoFEM. Detailed step-by-step procedure for each benchmark problems has been shown. Implementation of following examples can be found in module Helmholtz element, and analytical solution is calculated by AnalyticalSolutions.hpp Theoreticall, any physical application can be set up by mixed boundary condition with different form of incident wave and admittance (impedance) coefficient |

Polychromatic Acoustic Wave (Usage example) | |

Linear isotropic hardening plasticity | |

Todo List | |

Deprecated List | |

Bug List | |

Bibliography | |