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The Coarse Mesh Condensation Multiscale Method for parallel computation of heterogeneous linear structures without scale separation

Abstract : A Coarse Mesh Condensation Multiscale Method (CMCM) is proposed to solve large heterogeneous linear structures without scale separation assumption. The technique aims to approximate the full field solution in heterogeneous structures by performing parallel calculations on subdomains. In the linear case, treated in this paper, direct linear relationships can be established between a reduced number of parameters describing Dirichlet boundary conditions on the subdomains boundaries and the degrees of freedom of a coarse mesh. The problem associated with the coarse mesh can be solved in one iteration and allows reconstructing the fine mesh solution in all subdomains. The accuracy of the method is analyzed through benchmarks involving subdomains crossed by the interfaces. Appplications to large industrial finite element applications are presented, including one involving around 1.3 billion degrees of freedom.
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Minh Vuong Le, Julien Yvonnet, Nicolas Feld, Fabrice Detrez. The Coarse Mesh Condensation Multiscale Method for parallel computation of heterogeneous linear structures without scale separation. Computer Methods in Applied Mechanics and Engineering, Elsevier, 2020, 363, pp.112877. ⟨hal-02451108⟩

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