Parallel Implementation on the ICAP/3090 of a Boundary Element Method Formulation for Fractional Operator Modeled Viscoelastodynamic Structures
A formulation of the boundary element method (BEM) for dynamic analysis of 3-D viscoelastic structures modeled by the fractional operator constitutive equations is reviewed. Then, the parallel numerical implementation of the BEM formulation on a. large grain parallel system, the ICAP/3090, is discussed.
KeywordsBoundary Element Method Fractional Operator Registered Trademark Viscoelastic Body Viscoelastic Structure
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