Survey of Finite Element Method-Based Real-Time Simulations
AbstractThe finite element method (FEM) has deservedly gained the reputation of the most powerful, highly efficient, and versatile numerical method in the field of structural analysis. Though typical application of FE programs implies the so-called “off-line” computations, the rapid pace of hardware development over the past couple of decades was the major impetus for numerous researchers to consider the possibility of real-time simulation based on FE models. Limitations of available hardware components in various phases of developments demanded remarkable innovativeness in the quest for suitable solutions to the challenge. Different approaches have been proposed depending on the demands of the specific field of application. Though it is still a relatively young field of work in global terms, an immense amount of work has already been done calling for a representative survey. This paper aims to provide such a survey, which of course cannot be exhaustive. View Full-Text
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Marinkovic, D.; Zehn, M. Survey of Finite Element Method-Based Real-Time Simulations. Appl. Sci. 2019, 9, 2775.
Marinkovic D, Zehn M. Survey of Finite Element Method-Based Real-Time Simulations. Applied Sciences. 2019; 9(14):2775.Chicago/Turabian Style
Marinkovic, Dragan; Zehn, Manfred. 2019. "Survey of Finite Element Method-Based Real-Time Simulations." Appl. Sci. 9, no. 14: 2775.
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