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Finite element method for nonlinear solid mechanics with discontinuous Galerkin

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    "The library is written in C,C++, and Fortran. Thus far, it has only been tested on a linux cluster consisting of 92 Intel processors. For use of this library, the user must create a C++ driver application that will supply C style arrays containing the mesh data for the biological model. These include the standard connectivity, coordinate, and boundary data arrays. These can be given in the form of a conforming finite element mesh, since the library has a utility that will convert this data into a discontinuous finite element mesh. The user will need to decide the most appropriate way to analyze the results. Presently there is a utility that will create output files for the TecPlot visualization package."
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    TenEyck, Alex
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    Stanford University
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