A computational strategy featuring an interface between coupled physics: Application to thermo-poroelasticity

Abstract : This paper deals with a computational strategy suitable for the simulation of multiphysics problems and based on the Large Time INcrement (LATIN) method. The simulation of such problems must encounter the possible different time and space scales which usually arise with the different physics. Herein, we focus on using different discretizations for each physics by introducing an interface with its own discretization. The feasibility of both a time and space couplings is exemplified for a nonlinear thermo-poroelasticity strongly coupled problem.
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David Néron, Pierre Ladevèze, David Dureisseix, Bernard Schrefler. A computational strategy featuring an interface between coupled physics: Application to thermo-poroelasticity. ECCOMAS Thematic Conference and IACM Special Interest Conference: Coupled problems 2007, May 2007, Ibiza, Spain. pp.1-4, 2007. 〈hal-00325906〉

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