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<hr />
<div>== Personal information: ==<br />
Pavel Borisovich Ryzhakov<br />
<br />
Born in 1982 in Saint-Petersburg, Russia<br />
<br />
e-mail: pryzhakov@cimne.upc.edu<br />
[[Image:Example_Pavel.jpg]]<br />
<br />
== Education: ==<br />
<br />
2005-present - PhD student at International Center for Numerical Methods in Engineering, Barcelona, Spain<br />
<br />
2003-2005 - Master of Science with Honors in Computational Mechanics, TU Munich, Germany. <br />
<br />
1999-2003 - Bachelor of Science in Mechanical Engineering, University of Karlsruhe, Germany. <br />
<br />
1999 - graduated from the School of Physics and Technology in Saint-Petersburg at Russian Academy of Science<br />
<br />
== Additional trainings: ==<br />
<br />
Industrial internship (Siemens AG, Germany, Russia) (6 months)<br />
<br />
summer school "Computational Science", Sud Tirol, 2005 (2 weeks)<br />
<br />
== Extracurricular activities during University Education: ==<br />
<br />
Chairman of the International Student Association SAID of the the Mechanical Engineering Faculty, University of Karlsruhe, International Department (2002-2003)<br />
<br />
== Publications: ==<br />
<br />
A monolithic FE formulation for the analysis of membranes in fluids, International Journal of Space Structures, authors: R. Rossi, P. B. Ryzhakov, E. Oñate, status: ACCEPTED<br />
<br />
An algorithm for polymer melting simulation, P. B. Ryzhakov, R. Rossi, E. Oñate, conference proceedings METNUM-2009, Barcelona, Spaiain, 29/06/2009-02/08/2009 <br />
<br />
Quasi-incompressible updated lagrangian fluid and monolithic formulation for the the fluid-structure interaction problems involving highly deformable solids, Conference proceedings, WCCM8/ECCOMAS 2008, Venice Italy, 30/06/2008-04/07/2008, Pavel B. Ryzhakov, R. Rossi, S. Idelsohn and E. Oñate<br />
<br />
Monolithic approach for the solution of the FSI problems using updated lagrangian formulation of the fluid domain, conference proceedings, GACM'07, Munich, Germany, 10-12/10/2007, P. Ryzhakov, R. Rossi, S.Idelsohn, E. Oñate<br />
<br />
A Monolithic FE Formulation for the Analysis of Membranes in Fluids, conference proceedings, Structural Membranes 2007, Barcelona, Spain, 17-19/09/2007. Authors: P. Ryzhakov, R. Rossi, S.Idelsohn, E. Oñate<br />
<br />
Sea-landing studies of the Intermediate eXperimental Vehicle IXV using the Particle Finite Element Method (PFEM), P. Ryzhakov, R. Rossi, E. Oñate, Technical report, CIMNE, March 2009.<br />
<br />
Updated lagrangian formulation of the quasi-incompressible fluid element,conference proceedings, ECCOMMAS 2007 on Coupled Problems, Ibiza, Spain, 23-26/05/2007, Authors: P. Ryzhakov, R. Rossi, S.Idelsohn, E. Oñate<br />
<br />
On the FSI combustion chambers, conference proceedings, ECCOMMAS 2007 on Coupled Problems, Ibiza, Spain, 23-26/05/2007, P. Ryzhakov, M. Porta, R. Rossi, T. Shoenfeld<br />
<br />
On the application of adaptive mesh refinement to the Particle Finite Element Method, conference proceedings (full paper) First south-east european conference in Computational Mechanics, SEECCM06, Authors: P. Ryzhakov and R. Rossi<br />
<br />
== Projects with industry: ==<br />
<br />
“Sea-landing studies of the intermediate eXperimental Vehicle IXV using the Particle Finite Element Method” in cooperation with CIMSA Ingeneria de Sistemas S.A. , 2007-2008<br />
<br />
Fluid-structure interaction for combustion chambers (FLUISTCOM), in cooperation with Siemens AG, 2006-2007<br />
<br />
== Theses: ==<br />
<br />
MSc thesis: "Error estimation and adaptivity in fluid mechanics"<br />
<br />
BSc thesis: "Design and validation of an experimental set-up for investigation of cavitation erosion"<br />
<br />
== Scholarships/awards: ==<br />
<br />
2005 - Marie Curie Scholarship for pursuing doctoral studies<br />
<br />
2004 - Selected among top 5 Computational Mechanics students for Elite Student Network of Bavaria, Germany<br />
<br />
2003 - Youth and Knowledge Scholarship award (for pursuing MSc studies)<br />
<br />
1999 - Carl von Siemens Scholarship award (for pursuing BSc studies)<br />
<br />
1999 - Award at the conference of Young Scientists for the work "Unusual defects on the surface of single crystalline SiC", Moscow<br />
<br />
== Professional Interests: == <br />
<br />
CFD, multi-physics, fluid-structure interaction, compressible flows<br />
<br />
== Personal Interests: == <br />
<br />
Literature of modernist writers (Marcel Proust, James Joyce), literary translation, classical music, electric guitar<br />
<br />
== Hobbies: ==<br />
<br />
Gym, swimming</div>Ryzhakovhttps://kratos-wiki.cimne.upc.edu/index.php/File:Example_Pavel.jpgFile:Example Pavel.jpg2009-09-01T11:39:13Z<p>Ryzhakov: </p>
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<div></div>Ryzhakovhttps://kratos-wiki.cimne.upc.edu/index.php/User:RyzhakovUser:Ryzhakov2009-09-01T11:39:00Z<p>Ryzhakov: /* Personal information: */</p>
<hr />
<div>== Personal information: ==<br />
Pavel Borisovich Ryzhakov<br />
<br />
Born in 1982 in Saint-Petersburg, Russia<br />
<br />
e-mail: pryzhakov@cimne.upc.edu<br />
[[Image:Example_Pavel.jpg]]<br />
<br />
== Education: ==<br />
<br />
2005-present - PhD student at International Center for Numerical Methods in Engineering, Barcelona, Spain<br />
<br />
2003-2005 - Master of Science with Honors in Computational Mechanics, TU Munich, Germany. <br />
<br />
1999-2003 - Bachelor of Science in Mechanical Engineering, University of Karlsruhe, Germany. <br />
<br />
1999 - graduated from the School of Physics and Technology in Saint-Petersburg at Russian Academy of Science<br />
<br />
== Additional trainings: ==<br />
<br />
Industrial internship (Siemens AG, Germany, Russia) (6 months)<br />
<br />
summer school "Computational Science", Sud Tirol, 2005 (2 weeks)<br />
<br />
== Extracurricular activities during University Education: ==<br />
<br />
Chairman of the International Student Association SAID of the the Mechanical Engineering Faculty, University of Karlsruhe, International Department (2002-2003)<br />
<br />
== Publications: ==<br />
<br />
A monolithic FE formulation for the analysis of membranes in fluids, International Journal of Space Structures, authors: R. Rossi, P. B. Ryzhakov, E. Oñate, status: ACCEPTED<br />
<br />
An algorithm for polymer melting simulation, P. B. Ryzhakov, R. Rossi, E. Oñate, conference proceedings METNUM-2009, Barcelona, Spaiain, 29/06/2009-02/08/2009 <br />
<br />
Quasi-incompressible updated lagrangian fluid and monolithic formulation for the the fluid-structure interaction problems involving highly deformable solids, Conference proceedings, WCCM8/ECCOMAS 2008, Venice Italy, 30/06/2008-04/07/2008, Pavel B. Ryzhakov, R. Rossi, S. Idelsohn and E. Oñate<br />
<br />
Monolithic approach for the solution of the FSI problems using updated lagrangian formulation of the fluid domain, conference proceedings, GACM'07, Munich, Germany, 10-12/10/2007, P. Ryzhakov, R. Rossi, S.Idelsohn, E. Oñate<br />
<br />
A Monolithic FE Formulation for the Analysis of Membranes in Fluids, conference proceedings, Structural Membranes 2007, Barcelona, Spain, 17-19/09/2007. Authors: P. Ryzhakov, R. Rossi, S.Idelsohn, E. Oñate<br />
<br />
Sea-landing studies of the Intermediate eXperimental Vehicle IXV using the Particle Finite Element Method (PFEM), P. Ryzhakov, R. Rossi, E. Oñate, Technical report, CIMNE, March 2009.<br />
<br />
Updated lagrangian formulation of the quasi-incompressible fluid element,conference proceedings, ECCOMMAS 2007 on Coupled Problems, Ibiza, Spain, 23-26/05/2007, Authors: P. Ryzhakov, R. Rossi, S.Idelsohn, E. Oñate<br />
<br />
On the FSI combustion chambers, conference proceedings, ECCOMMAS 2007 on Coupled Problems, Ibiza, Spain, 23-26/05/2007, P. Ryzhakov, M. Porta, R. Rossi, T. Shoenfeld<br />
<br />
On the application of adaptive mesh refinement to the Particle Finite Element Method, conference proceedings (full paper) First south-east european conference in Computational Mechanics, SEECCM06, Authors: P. Ryzhakov and R. Rossi<br />
<br />
== Projects with industry: ==<br />
<br />
“Sea-landing studies of the intermediate eXperimental Vehicle IXV using the Particle Finite Element Method” in cooperation with CIMSA Ingeneria de Sistemas S.A. , 2007-2008<br />
<br />
Fluid-structure interaction for combustion chambers (FLUISTCOM), in cooperation with Siemens AG, 2006-2007<br />
<br />
== Theses: ==<br />
<br />
MSc thesis: "Error estimation and adaptivity in fluid mechanics"<br />
<br />
BSc thesis: "Design and validation of an experimental set-up for investigation of cavitation erosion"<br />
<br />
== Scholarships/awards: ==<br />
<br />
2005 - Marie Curie Scholarship for pursuing doctoral studies<br />
<br />
2004 - Selected among top 5 Computational Mechanics students for Elite Student Network of Bavaria, Germany<br />
<br />
2003 - Youth and Knowledge Scholarship for pursuing MSc studies<br />
<br />
1999 - Carl von Siemens Scholarship for pursuing BSc studies<br />
<br />
1999 - Award at the conference of Young Scientists for the work "Unusual defects on the surface of single crystalline SiC", Moscow<br />
<br />
== Professional Interests: == <br />
<br />
CFD, multi-physics, fluid-structure interaction, compressible flows<br />
<br />
== Personal Interests: == <br />
<br />
Literature of modernist writers (Marcel Proust, James Joyce), literary translation, classical music, electric guitar<br />
<br />
== Hobbies: ==<br />
<br />
Gym, swimming</div>Ryzhakovhttps://kratos-wiki.cimne.upc.edu/index.php/User:RyzhakovUser:Ryzhakov2009-09-01T11:38:24Z<p>Ryzhakov: /* Personal information: */</p>
<hr />
<div>== Personal information: ==<br />
Pavel Borisovich Ryzhakov<br />
<br />
Born in 1982 in Saint-Petersburg, Russia<br />
<br />
e-mail: pryzhakov@cimne.upc.edu<br />
[[Image:Example.jpg]]<br />
<br />
== Education: ==<br />
<br />
2005-present - PhD student at International Center for Numerical Methods in Engineering, Barcelona, Spain<br />
<br />
2003-2005 - Master of Science with Honors in Computational Mechanics, TU Munich, Germany. <br />
<br />
1999-2003 - Bachelor of Science in Mechanical Engineering, University of Karlsruhe, Germany. <br />
<br />
1999 - graduated from the School of Physics and Technology in Saint-Petersburg at Russian Academy of Science<br />
<br />
== Additional trainings: ==<br />
<br />
Industrial internship (Siemens AG, Germany, Russia) (6 months)<br />
<br />
summer school "Computational Science", Sud Tirol, 2005 (2 weeks)<br />
<br />
== Extracurricular activities during University Education: ==<br />
<br />
Chairman of the International Student Association SAID of the the Mechanical Engineering Faculty, University of Karlsruhe, International Department (2002-2003)<br />
<br />
== Publications: ==<br />
<br />
A monolithic FE formulation for the analysis of membranes in fluids, International Journal of Space Structures, authors: R. Rossi, P. B. Ryzhakov, E. Oñate, status: ACCEPTED<br />
<br />
An algorithm for polymer melting simulation, P. B. Ryzhakov, R. Rossi, E. Oñate, conference proceedings METNUM-2009, Barcelona, Spaiain, 29/06/2009-02/08/2009 <br />
<br />
Quasi-incompressible updated lagrangian fluid and monolithic formulation for the the fluid-structure interaction problems involving highly deformable solids, Conference proceedings, WCCM8/ECCOMAS 2008, Venice Italy, 30/06/2008-04/07/2008, Pavel B. Ryzhakov, R. Rossi, S. Idelsohn and E. Oñate<br />
<br />
Monolithic approach for the solution of the FSI problems using updated lagrangian formulation of the fluid domain, conference proceedings, GACM'07, Munich, Germany, 10-12/10/2007, P. Ryzhakov, R. Rossi, S.Idelsohn, E. Oñate<br />
<br />
A Monolithic FE Formulation for the Analysis of Membranes in Fluids, conference proceedings, Structural Membranes 2007, Barcelona, Spain, 17-19/09/2007. Authors: P. Ryzhakov, R. Rossi, S.Idelsohn, E. Oñate<br />
<br />
Sea-landing studies of the Intermediate eXperimental Vehicle IXV using the Particle Finite Element Method (PFEM), P. Ryzhakov, R. Rossi, E. Oñate, Technical report, CIMNE, March 2009.<br />
<br />
Updated lagrangian formulation of the quasi-incompressible fluid element,conference proceedings, ECCOMMAS 2007 on Coupled Problems, Ibiza, Spain, 23-26/05/2007, Authors: P. Ryzhakov, R. Rossi, S.Idelsohn, E. Oñate<br />
<br />
On the FSI combustion chambers, conference proceedings, ECCOMMAS 2007 on Coupled Problems, Ibiza, Spain, 23-26/05/2007, P. Ryzhakov, M. Porta, R. Rossi, T. Shoenfeld<br />
<br />
On the application of adaptive mesh refinement to the Particle Finite Element Method, conference proceedings (full paper) First south-east european conference in Computational Mechanics, SEECCM06, Authors: P. Ryzhakov and R. Rossi<br />
<br />
== Projects with industry: ==<br />
<br />
“Sea-landing studies of the intermediate eXperimental Vehicle IXV using the Particle Finite Element Method” in cooperation with CIMSA Ingeneria de Sistemas S.A. , 2007-2008<br />
<br />
Fluid-structure interaction for combustion chambers (FLUISTCOM), in cooperation with Siemens AG, 2006-2007<br />
<br />
== Theses: ==<br />
<br />
MSc thesis: "Error estimation and adaptivity in fluid mechanics"<br />
<br />
BSc thesis: "Design and validation of an experimental set-up for investigation of cavitation erosion"<br />
<br />
== Scholarships/awards: ==<br />
<br />
2005 - Marie Curie Scholarship for pursuing doctoral studies<br />
<br />
2004 - Selected among top 5 Computational Mechanics students for Elite Student Network of Bavaria, Germany<br />
<br />
2003 - Youth and Knowledge Scholarship for pursuing MSc studies<br />
<br />
1999 - Carl von Siemens Scholarship for pursuing BSc studies<br />
<br />
1999 - Award at the conference of Young Scientists for the work "Unusual defects on the surface of single crystalline SiC", Moscow<br />
<br />
== Professional Interests: == <br />
<br />
CFD, multi-physics, fluid-structure interaction, compressible flows<br />
<br />
== Personal Interests: == <br />
<br />
Literature of modernist writers (Marcel Proust, James Joyce), literary translation, classical music, electric guitar<br />
<br />
== Hobbies: ==<br />
<br />
Gym, swimming</div>Ryzhakovhttps://kratos-wiki.cimne.upc.edu/index.php/File:Cv-pic.jpgFile:Cv-pic.jpg2009-09-01T11:32:13Z<p>Ryzhakov: </p>
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<div></div>Ryzhakovhttps://kratos-wiki.cimne.upc.edu/index.php/User:RyzhakovUser:Ryzhakov2009-09-01T11:31:41Z<p>Ryzhakov: /* Personal information: */</p>
<hr />
<div>== Personal information: ==<br />
Pavel Borisovich Ryzhakov<br />
<br />
Born in 1982 in Saint-Petersburg, Russia<br />
<br />
e-mail: pryzhakov@cimne.upc.edu<br />
<br />
[[Image:file:///home/paolo/Desktop/cv-pic.jpg]]<br />
<br />
== Education: ==<br />
<br />
2005-present - PhD student at International Center for Numerical Methods in Engineering, Barcelona, Spain<br />
<br />
2003-2005 - Master of Science with Honors in Computational Mechanics, TU Munich, Germany. <br />
<br />
1999-2003 - Bachelor of Science in Mechanical Engineering, University of Karlsruhe, Germany. <br />
<br />
1999 - graduated from the School of Physics and Technology in Saint-Petersburg at Russian Academy of Science<br />
<br />
== Additional trainings: ==<br />
<br />
Industrial internship (Siemens AG, Germany, Russia) (6 months)<br />
<br />
summer school "Computational Science", Sud Tirol, 2005 (2 weeks)<br />
<br />
== Extracurricular activities during University Education: ==<br />
<br />
Chairman of the International Student Association SAID of the the Mechanical Engineering Faculty, University of Karlsruhe, International Department (2002-2003)<br />
<br />
== Publications: ==<br />
<br />
A monolithic FE formulation for the analysis of membranes in fluids, International Journal of Space Structures, authors: R. Rossi, P. B. Ryzhakov, E. Oñate, status: ACCEPTED<br />
<br />
An algorithm for polymer melting simulation, P. B. Ryzhakov, R. Rossi, E. Oñate, conference proceedings METNUM-2009, Barcelona, Spaiain, 29/06/2009-02/08/2009 <br />
<br />
Quasi-incompressible updated lagrangian fluid and monolithic formulation for the the fluid-structure interaction problems involving highly deformable solids, Conference proceedings, WCCM8/ECCOMAS 2008, Venice Italy, 30/06/2008-04/07/2008, Pavel B. Ryzhakov, R. Rossi, S. Idelsohn and E. Oñate<br />
<br />
Monolithic approach for the solution of the FSI problems using updated lagrangian formulation of the fluid domain, conference proceedings, GACM'07, Munich, Germany, 10-12/10/2007, P. Ryzhakov, R. Rossi, S.Idelsohn, E. Oñate<br />
<br />
A Monolithic FE Formulation for the Analysis of Membranes in Fluids, conference proceedings, Structural Membranes 2007, Barcelona, Spain, 17-19/09/2007. Authors: P. Ryzhakov, R. Rossi, S.Idelsohn, E. Oñate<br />
<br />
Sea-landing studies of the Intermediate eXperimental Vehicle IXV using the Particle Finite Element Method (PFEM), P. Ryzhakov, R. Rossi, E. Oñate, Technical report, CIMNE, March 2009.<br />
<br />
Updated lagrangian formulation of the quasi-incompressible fluid element,conference proceedings, ECCOMMAS 2007 on Coupled Problems, Ibiza, Spain, 23-26/05/2007, Authors: P. Ryzhakov, R. Rossi, S.Idelsohn, E. Oñate<br />
<br />
On the FSI combustion chambers, conference proceedings, ECCOMMAS 2007 on Coupled Problems, Ibiza, Spain, 23-26/05/2007, P. Ryzhakov, M. Porta, R. Rossi, T. Shoenfeld<br />
<br />
On the application of adaptive mesh refinement to the Particle Finite Element Method, conference proceedings (full paper) First south-east european conference in Computational Mechanics, SEECCM06, Authors: P. Ryzhakov and R. Rossi<br />
<br />
== Projects with industry: ==<br />
<br />
“Sea-landing studies of the intermediate eXperimental Vehicle IXV using the Particle Finite Element Method” in cooperation with CIMSA Ingeneria de Sistemas S.A. , 2007-2008<br />
<br />
Fluid-structure interaction for combustion chambers (FLUISTCOM), in cooperation with Siemens AG, 2006-2007<br />
<br />
== Theses: ==<br />
<br />
MSc thesis: "Error estimation and adaptivity in fluid mechanics"<br />
<br />
BSc thesis: "Design and validation of an experimental set-up for investigation of cavitation erosion"<br />
<br />
== Scholarships/awards: ==<br />
<br />
2005 - Marie Curie Scholarship for pursuing doctoral studies<br />
<br />
2004 - Selected among top 5 Computational Mechanics students for Elite Student Network of Bavaria, Germany<br />
<br />
2003 - Youth and Knowledge Scholarship for pursuing MSc studies<br />
<br />
1999 - Carl von Siemens Scholarship for pursuing BSc studies<br />
<br />
1999 - Award at the conference of Young Scientists for the work "Unusual defects on the surface of single crystalline SiC", Moscow<br />
<br />
== Professional Interests: == <br />
<br />
CFD, multi-physics, fluid-structure interaction, compressible flows<br />
<br />
== Personal Interests: == <br />
<br />
Literature of modernist writers (Marcel Proust, James Joyce), literary translation, classical music, electric guitar<br />
<br />
== Hobbies: ==<br />
<br />
Gym, swimming</div>Ryzhakovhttps://kratos-wiki.cimne.upc.edu/index.php/User:RyzhakovUser:Ryzhakov2009-09-01T11:23:07Z<p>Ryzhakov: /* Publications: */</p>
<hr />
<div>== Personal information: ==<br />
Pavel Borisovich Ryzhakov<br />
<br />
Born in 1982 in Saint-Petersburg, Russia<br />
<br />
e-mail: pryzhakov@cimne.upc.edu<br />
<br />
== Education: ==<br />
<br />
2005-present - PhD student at International Center for Numerical Methods in Engineering, Barcelona, Spain<br />
<br />
2003-2005 - Master of Science with Honors in Computational Mechanics, TU Munich, Germany. <br />
<br />
1999-2003 - Bachelor of Science in Mechanical Engineering, University of Karlsruhe, Germany. <br />
<br />
1999 - graduated from the School of Physics and Technology in Saint-Petersburg at Russian Academy of Science<br />
<br />
== Additional trainings: ==<br />
<br />
Industrial internship (Siemens AG, Germany, Russia) (6 months)<br />
<br />
summer school "Computational Science", Sud Tirol, 2005 (2 weeks)<br />
<br />
== Extracurricular activities during University Education: ==<br />
<br />
Chairman of the International Student Association SAID of the the Mechanical Engineering Faculty, University of Karlsruhe, International Department (2002-2003)<br />
<br />
== Publications: ==<br />
<br />
A monolithic FE formulation for the analysis of membranes in fluids, International Journal of Space Structures, authors: R. Rossi, P. B. Ryzhakov, E. Oñate, status: ACCEPTED<br />
<br />
An algorithm for polymer melting simulation, P. B. Ryzhakov, R. Rossi, E. Oñate, conference proceedings METNUM-2009, Barcelona, Spaiain, 29/06/2009-02/08/2009 <br />
<br />
Quasi-incompressible updated lagrangian fluid and monolithic formulation for the the fluid-structure interaction problems involving highly deformable solids, Conference proceedings, WCCM8/ECCOMAS 2008, Venice Italy, 30/06/2008-04/07/2008, Pavel B. Ryzhakov, R. Rossi, S. Idelsohn and E. Oñate<br />
<br />
Monolithic approach for the solution of the FSI problems using updated lagrangian formulation of the fluid domain, conference proceedings, GACM'07, Munich, Germany, 10-12/10/2007, P. Ryzhakov, R. Rossi, S.Idelsohn, E. Oñate<br />
<br />
A Monolithic FE Formulation for the Analysis of Membranes in Fluids, conference proceedings, Structural Membranes 2007, Barcelona, Spain, 17-19/09/2007. Authors: P. Ryzhakov, R. Rossi, S.Idelsohn, E. Oñate<br />
<br />
Sea-landing studies of the Intermediate eXperimental Vehicle IXV using the Particle Finite Element Method (PFEM), P. Ryzhakov, R. Rossi, E. Oñate, Technical report, CIMNE, March 2009.<br />
<br />
Updated lagrangian formulation of the quasi-incompressible fluid element,conference proceedings, ECCOMMAS 2007 on Coupled Problems, Ibiza, Spain, 23-26/05/2007, Authors: P. Ryzhakov, R. Rossi, S.Idelsohn, E. Oñate<br />
<br />
On the FSI combustion chambers, conference proceedings, ECCOMMAS 2007 on Coupled Problems, Ibiza, Spain, 23-26/05/2007, P. Ryzhakov, M. Porta, R. Rossi, T. Shoenfeld<br />
<br />
On the application of adaptive mesh refinement to the Particle Finite Element Method, conference proceedings (full paper) First south-east european conference in Computational Mechanics, SEECCM06, Authors: P. Ryzhakov and R. Rossi<br />
<br />
== Projects with industry: ==<br />
<br />
“Sea-landing studies of the intermediate eXperimental Vehicle IXV using the Particle Finite Element Method” in cooperation with CIMSA Ingeneria de Sistemas S.A. , 2007-2008<br />
<br />
Fluid-structure interaction for combustion chambers (FLUISTCOM), in cooperation with Siemens AG, 2006-2007<br />
<br />
== Theses: ==<br />
<br />
MSc thesis: "Error estimation and adaptivity in fluid mechanics"<br />
<br />
BSc thesis: "Design and validation of an experimental set-up for investigation of cavitation erosion"<br />
<br />
== Scholarships/awards: ==<br />
<br />
2005 - Marie Curie Scholarship for pursuing doctoral studies<br />
<br />
2004 - Selected among top 5 Computational Mechanics students for Elite Student Network of Bavaria, Germany<br />
<br />
2003 - Youth and Knowledge Scholarship for pursuing MSc studies<br />
<br />
1999 - Carl von Siemens Scholarship for pursuing BSc studies<br />
<br />
1999 - Award at the conference of Young Scientists for the work "Unusual defects on the surface of single crystalline SiC", Moscow<br />
<br />
== Professional Interests: == <br />
<br />
CFD, multi-physics, fluid-structure interaction, compressible flows<br />
<br />
== Personal Interests: == <br />
<br />
Literature of modernist writers (Marcel Proust, James Joyce), literary translation, classical music, electric guitar<br />
<br />
== Hobbies: ==<br />
<br />
Gym, swimming</div>Ryzhakovhttps://kratos-wiki.cimne.upc.edu/index.php/User:RyzhakovUser:Ryzhakov2009-09-01T10:44:02Z<p>Ryzhakov: /* Publications: */</p>
<hr />
<div>== Personal information: ==<br />
Pavel Borisovich Ryzhakov<br />
<br />
Born in 1982 in Saint-Petersburg, Russia<br />
<br />
e-mail: pryzhakov@cimne.upc.edu<br />
<br />
== Education: ==<br />
<br />
2005-present - PhD student at International Center for Numerical Methods in Engineering, Barcelona, Spain<br />
<br />
2003-2005 - Master of Science with Honors in Computational Mechanics, TU Munich, Germany. <br />
<br />
1999-2003 - Bachelor of Science in Mechanical Engineering, University of Karlsruhe, Germany. <br />
<br />
1999 - graduated from the School of Physics and Technology in Saint-Petersburg at Russian Academy of Science<br />
<br />
== Additional trainings: ==<br />
<br />
Industrial internship (Siemens AG, Germany, Russia) (6 months)<br />
<br />
summer school "Computational Science", Sud Tirol, 2005 (2 weeks)<br />
<br />
== Extracurricular activities during University Education: ==<br />
<br />
Chairman of the International Student Association SAID of the the Mechanical Engineering Faculty, University of Karlsruhe, International Department (2002-2003)<br />
<br />
== Publications: ==<br />
<br />
A monolithic FE formulation for the analysis of membranes in fluids, International Journal of Space Structures, authors: R. Rossi, P. B. Ryzhakov, E. Oñate, status: ACCEPTED<br />
<br />
An algorithm for polymer melting simulation, P. B. Ryzhakov, R. Rossi, E. Oñate, conference proceedings METNUM-2009, Barcelona, Spaiain, 29/06/2009-02/08/2009 <br />
<br />
Quasi-incompressible updated lagrangian fluid and monolithic formulation for the the fluid-structure interaction problems involving highly deformable solids, Conference proceedings, WCCM8/ECCOMAS 2008, Venice Italy, 30/06/2008-04/07/2008, Pavel B. Ryzhakov, R. Rossi, S. Idelsohn and E. Oñate<br />
<br />
Monolithic approach for the solution of the FSI problems using updated lagrangian formulation of the fluid domain, conference proceedings, GACM'07, Munich, Germany, 10-12/10/2007, P. Ryzhakov, R. Rossi, S.Idelsohn, E. Oñate<br />
<br />
A Monolithic FE Formulation for the Analysis of Membranes in Fluids, conference proceedings, Structural Membranes 2007, Barcelona, Spain, 17-19/09/2007. Authors: P. Ryzhakov, R. Rossi, S.Idelsohn, E. Oñate<br />
<br />
Sea-landing studies of the Intermediate eXperimental Vehicle IXV using the Particle Finite Element Method (PFEM), P. Ryzhakov, R. Rossi, E. Oñate, Technical report, CIMNE, March 2009.<br />
<br />
Updated lagrangian formulation of the quasi-incompressible fluid element,conference proceedings, ECCOMMAS 2007 on Coupled Problems, Ibiza, Spain, 23-26/05/2007, Authors: P. Ryzhakov, R. Rossi, S.Idelsohn, E. Oñate<br />
<br />
On the FSI combustion chambers, conference proceedings, ECCOMMAS 2007 on Coupled Problems, Ibiza, Spain, 23-26/05/2007, P. Ryzhakov, M. Porta, R. Rossi, T. Shoenfeld<br />
<br />
On the application of adaptive mesh refinement to the Particle Finite Element Method, conference proceedings (full paper) First south-east european conference in Computational Mechanics, SEECCM06, Authors: P. Ryzhakov and R. Rossi<br />
<br />
On the FSI in combustion chambers, presented at ECCOMMAS conference on Coupled Problems, Ibiza, Spain, 23-26/05/2007, Authors: P. Ryzhakov, R. Rossi, S.Idelsohn, E.<br />
<br />
== Projects with industry: ==<br />
<br />
“Sea-landing studies of the intermediate eXperimental Vehicle IXV using the Particle Finite Element Method” in cooperation with CIMSA Ingeneria de Sistemas S.A. , 2007-2008<br />
<br />
Fluid-structure interaction for combustion chambers (FLUISTCOM), in cooperation with Siemens AG, 2006-2007<br />
<br />
== Theses: ==<br />
<br />
MSc thesis: "Error estimation and adaptivity in fluid mechanics"<br />
<br />
BSc thesis: "Design and validation of an experimental set-up for investigation of cavitation erosion"<br />
<br />
== Scholarships/awards: ==<br />
<br />
2005 - Marie Curie Scholarship for pursuing doctoral studies<br />
<br />
2004 - Selected among top 5 Computational Mechanics students for Elite Student Network of Bavaria, Germany<br />
<br />
2003 - Youth and Knowledge Scholarship for pursuing MSc studies<br />
<br />
1999 - Carl von Siemens Scholarship for pursuing BSc studies<br />
<br />
1999 - Award at the conference of Young Scientists for the work "Unusual defects on the surface of single crystalline SiC", Moscow<br />
<br />
== Professional Interests: == <br />
<br />
CFD, multi-physics, fluid-structure interaction, compressible flows<br />
<br />
== Personal Interests: == <br />
<br />
Literature of modernist writers (Marcel Proust, James Joyce), literary translation, classical music, electric guitar<br />
<br />
== Hobbies: ==<br />
<br />
Gym, swimming</div>Ryzhakovhttps://kratos-wiki.cimne.upc.edu/index.php/User:RyzhakovUser:Ryzhakov2009-09-01T10:38:13Z<p>Ryzhakov: /* Publications: */</p>
<hr />
<div>== Personal information: ==<br />
Pavel Borisovich Ryzhakov<br />
<br />
Born in 1982 in Saint-Petersburg, Russia<br />
<br />
e-mail: pryzhakov@cimne.upc.edu<br />
<br />
== Education: ==<br />
<br />
2005-present - PhD student at International Center for Numerical Methods in Engineering, Barcelona, Spain<br />
<br />
2003-2005 - Master of Science with Honors in Computational Mechanics, TU Munich, Germany. <br />
<br />
1999-2003 - Bachelor of Science in Mechanical Engineering, University of Karlsruhe, Germany. <br />
<br />
1999 - graduated from the School of Physics and Technology in Saint-Petersburg at Russian Academy of Science<br />
<br />
== Additional trainings: ==<br />
<br />
Industrial internship (Siemens AG, Germany, Russia) (6 months)<br />
<br />
summer school "Computational Science", Sud Tirol, 2005 (2 weeks)<br />
<br />
== Extracurricular activities during University Education: ==<br />
<br />
Chairman of the International Student Association SAID of the the Mechanical Engineering Faculty, University of Karlsruhe, International Department (2002-2003)<br />
<br />
== Publications: ==<br />
<br />
A monolithic FE formulation for the analysis of membranes in fluids, International Journal of Space Structures, authors: R. Rossi, P. B. Ryzhakov, E. Oñate, status: ACCEPTED<br />
<br />
An algorithm for polymer melting simulation, P. B. Ryzhakov, R. Rossi, E. Oñate, conference proceedings METNUM-2009, Barcelona, Spaiain, 29/06/2009-02/08/2009 <br />
<br />
Quasi-incompressible updated lagrangian fluid and monolithic formulation for the the fluid-structure interaction problems involving highly deformable solids, Conference proceedings, WCCM8/ECCOMAS 2008, Venice Italy, 30/06/2008-04/07/2008<br />
<br />
Sea-landing studies of the Intermediate eXperimental Vehicle IXV using the Particle Finite Element Method (PFEM), P. Ryzhakov, R. Rossi, E. Oñate, Technical report, CIMNE, March 2009.<br />
<br />
Quasi-incompressible updated lagrangian fluid and monolithic formulation for the the fluid-structure interaction problems involving highly deformable solids Pavel B. Ryzhakov, R. Rossi, S. Idelsohn and E. Oñate<br />
<br />
Updated lagrangian formulation of the quasi-incompressible fluid element, presented at ECCOMMAS conference on Coupled Problems, Ibiza, Spain, 23-26/05/2007, Authors: P. Ryzhakov, R. Rossi, S.Idelsohn, E. Oñate<br />
<br />
On the application of adaptive mesh refinement to the Particle Finite Element Method, first south-east european conference in Computational Mechanics, SEECCM06, Authors: P. Ryzhakov and R. Rossi<br />
<br />
Monolithic approach for the solution of the FSI problems using updated lagrangian formulation of the fluid domain, presented at GACM'07, Munich, Germany, 10-12/10/2007, P. Ryzhakov, R. Rossi, S.Idelsohn, E. Oñate<br />
<br />
A Monolithic FE Formulation for the Analysis of Membranes in Fluids, presented at Structural Membranes 2007, Barcelona, Spain, 17-19/09/2007. Authors: P. Ryzhakov, R. Rossi, S.Idelsohn, E. Oñate<br />
<br />
On the FSI in combustion chambers, presented at ECCOMMAS conference on Coupled Problems, Ibiza, Spain, 23-26/05/2007, Authors: P. Ryzhakov, R. Rossi, S.Idelsohn, E.<br />
<br />
== Projects with industry: ==<br />
<br />
“Sea-landing studies of the intermediate eXperimental Vehicle IXV using the Particle Finite Element Method” in cooperation with CIMSA Ingeneria de Sistemas S.A. , 2007-2008<br />
<br />
Fluid-structure interaction for combustion chambers (FLUISTCOM), in cooperation with Siemens AG, 2006-2007<br />
<br />
== Theses: ==<br />
<br />
MSc thesis: "Error estimation and adaptivity in fluid mechanics"<br />
<br />
BSc thesis: "Design and validation of an experimental set-up for investigation of cavitation erosion"<br />
<br />
== Scholarships/awards: ==<br />
<br />
2005 - Marie Curie Scholarship for pursuing doctoral studies<br />
<br />
2004 - Selected among top 5 Computational Mechanics students for Elite Student Network of Bavaria, Germany<br />
<br />
2003 - Youth and Knowledge Scholarship for pursuing MSc studies<br />
<br />
1999 - Carl von Siemens Scholarship for pursuing BSc studies<br />
<br />
1999 - Award at the conference of Young Scientists for the work "Unusual defects on the surface of single crystalline SiC", Moscow<br />
<br />
== Professional Interests: == <br />
<br />
CFD, multi-physics, fluid-structure interaction, compressible flows<br />
<br />
== Personal Interests: == <br />
<br />
Literature of modernist writers (Marcel Proust, James Joyce), literary translation, classical music, electric guitar<br />
<br />
== Hobbies: ==<br />
<br />
Gym, swimming</div>Ryzhakovhttps://kratos-wiki.cimne.upc.edu/index.php/User:RyzhakovUser:Ryzhakov2009-09-01T10:37:52Z<p>Ryzhakov: /* Publications: */</p>
<hr />
<div>== Personal information: ==<br />
Pavel Borisovich Ryzhakov<br />
<br />
Born in 1982 in Saint-Petersburg, Russia<br />
<br />
e-mail: pryzhakov@cimne.upc.edu<br />
<br />
== Education: ==<br />
<br />
2005-present - PhD student at International Center for Numerical Methods in Engineering, Barcelona, Spain<br />
<br />
2003-2005 - Master of Science with Honors in Computational Mechanics, TU Munich, Germany. <br />
<br />
1999-2003 - Bachelor of Science in Mechanical Engineering, University of Karlsruhe, Germany. <br />
<br />
1999 - graduated from the School of Physics and Technology in Saint-Petersburg at Russian Academy of Science<br />
<br />
== Additional trainings: ==<br />
<br />
Industrial internship (Siemens AG, Germany, Russia) (6 months)<br />
<br />
summer school "Computational Science", Sud Tirol, 2005 (2 weeks)<br />
<br />
== Extracurricular activities during University Education: ==<br />
<br />
Chairman of the International Student Association SAID of the the Mechanical Engineering Faculty, University of Karlsruhe, International Department (2002-2003)<br />
<br />
== Publications: ==<br />
<br />
A monolithic FE formulation for the analysis of membranes in fluids, International Journal of Space Structures, authors: R. Rossi, Pavel B. Ryzhakov, E. Oñate, status: ACCEPTED<br />
<br />
An algorithm for polymer melting simulation, P. Ryzhakov, R. Rossi, E. Oñate, conference proceedings METNUM-2009, Barcelona, Spaiain, 29/06/2009-02/08/2009 <br />
<br />
Quasi-incompressible updated lagrangian fluid and monolithic formulation for the the fluid-structure interaction problems involving highly deformable solids, Conference proceedings, WCCM8/ECCOMAS 2008, Venice Italy, 30/06/2008-04/07/2008<br />
<br />
Sea-landing studies of the Intermediate eXperimental Vehicle IXV using the Particle Finite Element Method (PFEM), P. Ryzhakov, R. Rossi, E. Oñate, Technical report, CIMNE, March 2009.<br />
<br />
Quasi-incompressible updated lagrangian fluid and monolithic formulation for the the fluid-structure interaction problems involving highly deformable solids Pavel B. Ryzhakov, R. Rossi, S. Idelsohn and E. Oñate<br />
<br />
Updated lagrangian formulation of the quasi-incompressible fluid element, presented at ECCOMMAS conference on Coupled Problems, Ibiza, Spain, 23-26/05/2007, Authors: P. Ryzhakov, R. Rossi, S.Idelsohn, E. Oñate<br />
<br />
On the application of adaptive mesh refinement to the Particle Finite Element Method, first south-east european conference in Computational Mechanics, SEECCM06, Authors: P. Ryzhakov and R. Rossi<br />
<br />
Monolithic approach for the solution of the FSI problems using updated lagrangian formulation of the fluid domain, presented at GACM'07, Munich, Germany, 10-12/10/2007, P. Ryzhakov, R. Rossi, S.Idelsohn, E. Oñate<br />
<br />
A Monolithic FE Formulation for the Analysis of Membranes in Fluids, presented at Structural Membranes 2007, Barcelona, Spain, 17-19/09/2007. Authors: P. Ryzhakov, R. Rossi, S.Idelsohn, E. Oñate<br />
<br />
On the FSI in combustion chambers, presented at ECCOMMAS conference on Coupled Problems, Ibiza, Spain, 23-26/05/2007, Authors: P. Ryzhakov, R. Rossi, S.Idelsohn, E.<br />
<br />
== Projects with industry: ==<br />
<br />
“Sea-landing studies of the intermediate eXperimental Vehicle IXV using the Particle Finite Element Method” in cooperation with CIMSA Ingeneria de Sistemas S.A. , 2007-2008<br />
<br />
Fluid-structure interaction for combustion chambers (FLUISTCOM), in cooperation with Siemens AG, 2006-2007<br />
<br />
== Theses: ==<br />
<br />
MSc thesis: "Error estimation and adaptivity in fluid mechanics"<br />
<br />
BSc thesis: "Design and validation of an experimental set-up for investigation of cavitation erosion"<br />
<br />
== Scholarships/awards: ==<br />
<br />
2005 - Marie Curie Scholarship for pursuing doctoral studies<br />
<br />
2004 - Selected among top 5 Computational Mechanics students for Elite Student Network of Bavaria, Germany<br />
<br />
2003 - Youth and Knowledge Scholarship for pursuing MSc studies<br />
<br />
1999 - Carl von Siemens Scholarship for pursuing BSc studies<br />
<br />
1999 - Award at the conference of Young Scientists for the work "Unusual defects on the surface of single crystalline SiC", Moscow<br />
<br />
== Professional Interests: == <br />
<br />
CFD, multi-physics, fluid-structure interaction, compressible flows<br />
<br />
== Personal Interests: == <br />
<br />
Literature of modernist writers (Marcel Proust, James Joyce), literary translation, classical music, electric guitar<br />
<br />
== Hobbies: ==<br />
<br />
Gym, swimming</div>Ryzhakovhttps://kratos-wiki.cimne.upc.edu/index.php/Who_are_weWho are we2009-08-31T10:43:23Z<p>Ryzhakov: /* In Barcelona (Spain): */</p>
<hr />
<div>Hello everyone ... here it is the Kratos Team, in the order at which we joined the project!<br />
<br />
== In Barcelona (Spain): ==<br />
<br />
{|<br />
|-<br />
| <br />
* Dr. Pooyan Davdand <br />
| "''The Father''" <br />
| [mailto:pooyan@cimne.upc.edu pooyan@cimne.upc.edu] <br />
| [[User:Pooyan | '''Pooyan''']]<br />
|<small>([[User talk:Pooyan |Talk]]|[[Special:Contributions/Pooyan |recent contrib]])</small><br />
|-<br />
| <br />
* Dr. Riccardo Rossi <br />
| "''The Godfather''" <br />
| [mailto:rrossi@cimne.upc.edu rrossi@cimne.upc.edu]<br />
| [[User:Rrossi | '''Rrossi''']]<br />
|<small>([[User talk:Rrossi |Talk]]|[[Special:Contributions/Rrossi |recent contrib]])</small><br />
|-<br />
| <br />
* Ing. Pavel Borisovich Ryzhakov <br />
| "''The naughty child''" <br />
| [mailto:pryzhakov@cimne.upc.edu pryzhakov@cimne.upc.edu]<br />
| [[User:Ryzhakov | '''Ryzhakov''']]<br />
|<small>([[User talk:Ryzhakov |Talk]]|[[Special:Contributions/Ryzhakov |recent contrib]])</small><br />
|-<br />
| <br />
* Ing. Antonia Larese De Tetto<br />
|<br />
| [mailto:antoldt@cimne.upc.edu antoldt@cimne.upc.edu]<br />
| [[User:Antonia | '''Antonia''']]<br />
|<small>([[User talk:Antonia |Talk]]|[[Special:Contributions/Antonia |recent contrib]])</small><br />
|-<br />
| <br />
* Ing. Kazem Kamran<br />
|<br />
| [mailto:kazem_kamran@yahoo.com kazem_kamran@yahoo.com]<br />
| [[User:Kazem | '''Kazem''']]<br />
|<small>([[User talk:Kazem |Talk]]|[[Special:Contributions/Kazem |recent contrib]])</small><br />
|-<br />
|<br />
* Ing. Nelson Lafontaine<br />
|<br />
| [mailto:inglafontaine@gmail.com inglafontaine@gmail.com]<br />
| [[User:Nelson | '''Nelson''']]<br />
|<small>([[User talk:Nelson |Talk]]|[[Special:Contributions/Nelson |recent contrib]])</small><br />
|-<br />
|<br />
* Dr. Henrik Lynga<br />
|<br />
| [mailto:henrik@cimne.upc.edu henrik@cimne.upc.edu]<br />
| <br />
|<br />
|- <br />
|<br />
* Dr. Javier Mora<br />
|<br />
| [mailto:mora@cimne.upc.edu mora@cimne.upc.edu]<br />
| [[User:JMora | '''JMora''']]<br />
|<small>([[User talk:JMora |Talk]]|[[Special:Contributions/JMora |recent contrib]])</small><br />
|- <br />
| <br />
* Dr. Julio Marti<br />
|<br />
| [mailto:julio.marti@cimne.upc.edu julio.marti@cimne.upc.edu]<br />
| [[User:Jmarti | '''Jmarti''']]<br />
|<small>([[User talk:Jmarti |Talk]]|[[Special:Contributions/Jmarti |recent contrib]])</small><br />
|- <br />
| <br />
* Mr. Markus May<br />
|<br />
| [mailto:markus.may@cimne.upc.edu markus.may@cimne.upc.edu]<br />
| [[User:Markus | '''Markus''']]<br />
|<small>([[User talk:Markus |Talk]]|[[Special:Contributions/Markus |recent contrib]])</small><br />
|- <br />
| <br />
* Ing. Farshid Mossaiby<br />
|<br />
| [mailto:mossaiby@yahoo.com mossaiby@yahoo.com]<br />
| [[User:Mossaiby | '''Mossaiby''']]<br />
|<small>([[User talk:Mossaiby |Talk]]|[[Special:Contributions/Mossaiby |recent contrib]])</small><br />
|-<br />
| <br />
* Ing. Amir Abdollahi<br />
|<br />
| [mailto:amir.abdollahi@upc.edu amir.abdollahi@upc.edu]<br />
| [[User:Amir | '''Amir''']]<br />
|<small>([[User talk:Amir |Talk]]|[[Special:Contributions/Amir |recent contrib]])</small><br />
|<br />
|<br />
|-<br />
|and of course:<br />
|<br />
| <br />
|- <br />
| <br />
* Prof. Eugenio Oñate<br />
| ''"The Boss"''<br />
| [mailto:onate@cimne.upc.edu onate@cimne.upc.edu]<br />
| <br />
|<br />
|}<br />
<br />
== In Bochum (Germany): ==<br />
<br />
{|<br />
|-<br />
| <br />
* Dipl.-Ing. Janosch Stascheit<br />
| &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp;<br />
| [mailto:janosch.stascheit@rub.de janosch.stascheit@rub.de]<br />
| [[User:Hurga | '''Janosch''']]<br />
|<small>([[User talk:Hurga |Talk]]|[[Special:Contributions/Hurga |recent contrib]])</small><br />
|-<br />
| <br />
* Dipl.-Ing. Felix Nagel<br />
| &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp;<br />
| [mailto:felix.nagel@rub.de felix.nagel@rub.de]<br />
| [[User:Spionagel | '''Felix''']]<br />
|<small>([[User talk:Spionagel |Talk]]|[[Special:Contributions/Spionagel |recent contrib]])</small><br />
|-<br />
| <br />
|}<br />
<br />
<br />
[[Category:Miscellaneous]]</div>Ryzhakovhttps://kratos-wiki.cimne.upc.edu/index.php/Who_are_weWho are we2009-08-31T10:42:59Z<p>Ryzhakov: /* In Barcelona (Spain): */</p>
<hr />
<div>Hello everyone ... here it is the Kratos Team, in the order at which we joined the project!<br />
<br />
== In Barcelona (Spain): ==<br />
<br />
{|<br />
|-<br />
| <br />
* Dr. Pooyan Davdand <br />
| "''The Father''" <br />
| [mailto:pooyan@cimne.upc.edu pooyan@cimne.upc.edu] <br />
| [[User:Pooyan | '''Pooyan''']]<br />
|<small>([[User talk:Pooyan |Talk]]|[[Special:Contributions/Pooyan |recent contrib]])</small><br />
|-<br />
| <br />
* Dr. Riccardo Rossi <br />
| "''The Godfather''" <br />
| [mailto:rrossi@cimne.upc.edu rrossi@cimne.upc.edu]<br />
| [[User:Rrossi | '''Rrossi''']]<br />
|<small>([[User talk:Rrossi |Talk]]|[[Special:Contributions/Rrossi |recent contrib]])</small><br />
|-<br />
| <br />
* Ing. Pavel Borisovich Ryzhakov <br />
| "''The naughty child''" <br />
| [mailto:pryzhakov@cimne.upc.edu ryzhakov@yahoo.com]<br />
| [[User:Ryzhakov | '''Ryzhakov''']]<br />
|<small>([[User talk:Ryzhakov |Talk]]|[[Special:Contributions/Ryzhakov |recent contrib]])</small><br />
|-<br />
| <br />
* Ing. Antonia Larese De Tetto<br />
|<br />
| [mailto:antoldt@cimne.upc.edu antoldt@cimne.upc.edu]<br />
| [[User:Antonia | '''Antonia''']]<br />
|<small>([[User talk:Antonia |Talk]]|[[Special:Contributions/Antonia |recent contrib]])</small><br />
|-<br />
| <br />
* Ing. Kazem Kamran<br />
|<br />
| [mailto:kazem_kamran@yahoo.com kazem_kamran@yahoo.com]<br />
| [[User:Kazem | '''Kazem''']]<br />
|<small>([[User talk:Kazem |Talk]]|[[Special:Contributions/Kazem |recent contrib]])</small><br />
|-<br />
|<br />
* Ing. Nelson Lafontaine<br />
|<br />
| [mailto:inglafontaine@gmail.com inglafontaine@gmail.com]<br />
| [[User:Nelson | '''Nelson''']]<br />
|<small>([[User talk:Nelson |Talk]]|[[Special:Contributions/Nelson |recent contrib]])</small><br />
|-<br />
|<br />
* Dr. Henrik Lynga<br />
|<br />
| [mailto:henrik@cimne.upc.edu henrik@cimne.upc.edu]<br />
| <br />
|<br />
|- <br />
|<br />
* Dr. Javier Mora<br />
|<br />
| [mailto:mora@cimne.upc.edu mora@cimne.upc.edu]<br />
| [[User:JMora | '''JMora''']]<br />
|<small>([[User talk:JMora |Talk]]|[[Special:Contributions/JMora |recent contrib]])</small><br />
|- <br />
| <br />
* Dr. Julio Marti<br />
|<br />
| [mailto:julio.marti@cimne.upc.edu julio.marti@cimne.upc.edu]<br />
| [[User:Jmarti | '''Jmarti''']]<br />
|<small>([[User talk:Jmarti |Talk]]|[[Special:Contributions/Jmarti |recent contrib]])</small><br />
|- <br />
| <br />
* Mr. Markus May<br />
|<br />
| [mailto:markus.may@cimne.upc.edu markus.may@cimne.upc.edu]<br />
| [[User:Markus | '''Markus''']]<br />
|<small>([[User talk:Markus |Talk]]|[[Special:Contributions/Markus |recent contrib]])</small><br />
|- <br />
| <br />
* Ing. Farshid Mossaiby<br />
|<br />
| [mailto:mossaiby@yahoo.com mossaiby@yahoo.com]<br />
| [[User:Mossaiby | '''Mossaiby''']]<br />
|<small>([[User talk:Mossaiby |Talk]]|[[Special:Contributions/Mossaiby |recent contrib]])</small><br />
|-<br />
| <br />
* Ing. Amir Abdollahi<br />
|<br />
| [mailto:amir.abdollahi@upc.edu amir.abdollahi@upc.edu]<br />
| [[User:Amir | '''Amir''']]<br />
|<small>([[User talk:Amir |Talk]]|[[Special:Contributions/Amir |recent contrib]])</small><br />
|<br />
|<br />
|-<br />
|and of course:<br />
|<br />
| <br />
|- <br />
| <br />
* Prof. Eugenio Oñate<br />
| ''"The Boss"''<br />
| [mailto:onate@cimne.upc.edu onate@cimne.upc.edu]<br />
| <br />
|<br />
|}<br />
<br />
== In Bochum (Germany): ==<br />
<br />
{|<br />
|-<br />
| <br />
* Dipl.-Ing. Janosch Stascheit<br />
| &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp;<br />
| [mailto:janosch.stascheit@rub.de janosch.stascheit@rub.de]<br />
| [[User:Hurga | '''Janosch''']]<br />
|<small>([[User talk:Hurga |Talk]]|[[Special:Contributions/Hurga |recent contrib]])</small><br />
|-<br />
| <br />
* Dipl.-Ing. Felix Nagel<br />
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[[Category:Miscellaneous]]</div>Ryzhakovhttps://kratos-wiki.cimne.upc.edu/index.php/User:RyzhakovUser:Ryzhakov2009-08-29T16:03:01Z<p>Ryzhakov: /* Personal Interests: */</p>
<hr />
<div>== Personal information: ==<br />
Pavel Borisovich Ryzhakov<br />
<br />
Born in 1982 in Saint-Petersburg, Russia<br />
<br />
e-mail: pryzhakov@cimne.upc.edu<br />
<br />
== Education: ==<br />
<br />
2005-present - PhD student at International Center for Numerical Methods in Engineering, Barcelona, Spain<br />
<br />
2003-2005 - Master of Science with Honors in Computational Mechanics, TU Munich, Germany. <br />
<br />
1999-2003 - Bachelor of Science in Mechanical Engineering, University of Karlsruhe, Germany. <br />
<br />
1999 - graduated from the School of Physics and Technology in Saint-Petersburg at Russian Academy of Science<br />
<br />
== Additional trainings: ==<br />
<br />
Industrial internship (Siemens AG, Germany, Russia) (6 months)<br />
<br />
summer school "Computational Science", Sud Tirol, 2005 (2 weeks)<br />
<br />
== Extracurricular activities during University Education: ==<br />
<br />
Chairman of the International Student Association SAID of the the Mechanical Engineering Faculty, University of Karlsruhe, International Department (2002-2003)<br />
<br />
== Publications: ==<br />
<br />
Updated lagrangian formulation of the quasi-incompressible fluid element, presented at ECCOMMAS conference on Coupled Problems, Ibiza, Spain, 23-26/05/2007, Authors: P. Ryzhakov, R. Rossi, S.Idelsohn, E. Oñate<br />
<br />
On the application of adaptive mesh refinement to the Particle Finite Element Method, first south-east european conference in Computational Mechanics, SEECCM06, Authors: P. Ryzhakov and R. Rossi<br />
<br />
Monolithic approach for the solution of the FSI problems using updated lagrangian formulation of the fluid domain, presented at GACM'07, Munich, Germany, 10-12/10/2007, P. Ryzhakov, R. Rossi, S.Idelsohn, E. Oñate<br />
<br />
A Monolithic FE Formulation for the Analysis of Membranes in Fluids, presented at Structural Membranes 2007, Barcelona, Spain, 17-19/09/2007. Authors: P. Ryzhakov, R. Rossi, S.Idelsohn, E. Oñate<br />
<br />
On the FSI in combustion chambers, presented at ECCOMMAS conference on Coupled Problems, Ibiza, Spain, 23-26/05/2007, Authors: P. Ryzhakov, R. Rossi, S.Idelsohn, E.<br />
<br />
An algorithm for polymer melting simulation, P. Ryzhakov, R. Rossi, E. Oñate, presented at METNUM-2009, Barcelona, Spaiain, 29/06/2009-02/08/2009 <br />
Quasi-incompressible updated lagrangian fluid and monolithic formulation for the the fluid-structure interaction problems involving highly deformable solids Pavel B. Ryzhakov, R. Rossi, S. Idelsohn and E. Oñate<br />
<br />
Sea-landing studies of the Intermediate eXperimental Vehicle IXV using the Particle Finite Element Method (PFEM), P. Ryzhakov, R. Rossi, E. Oñate, Technical report, CIMNE, March 2009.<br />
<br />
Quasi-incompressible updated lagrangian fluid and monolithic formulation for the the fluid-structure interaction problems involving highly deformable solids, Conference proceedings, WCCM8/ECCOMAS 2008, Venice Italy, 30/06/2008-04/07/2008<br />
<br />
== Projects with industry: ==<br />
<br />
“Sea-landing studies of the intermediate eXperimental Vehicle IXV using the Particle Finite Element Method” in cooperation with CIMSA Ingeneria de Sistemas S.A. , 2007-2008<br />
<br />
Fluid-structure interaction for combustion chambers (FLUISTCOM), in cooperation with Siemens AG, 2006-2007<br />
<br />
== Theses: ==<br />
<br />
MSc thesis: "Error estimation and adaptivity in fluid mechanics"<br />
<br />
BSc thesis: "Design and validation of an experimental set-up for investigation of cavitation erosion"<br />
<br />
== Scholarships/awards: ==<br />
<br />
2005 - Marie Curie Scholarship for pursuing doctoral studies<br />
<br />
2004 - Selected among top 5 Computational Mechanics students for Elite Student Network of Bavaria, Germany<br />
<br />
2003 - Youth and Knowledge Scholarship for pursuing MSc studies<br />
<br />
1999 - Carl von Siemens Scholarship for pursuing BSc studies<br />
<br />
1999 - Award at the conference of Young Scientists for the work "Unusual defects on the surface of single crystalline SiC", Moscow<br />
<br />
== Professional Interests: == <br />
<br />
CFD, multi-physics, fluid-structure interaction, compressible flows<br />
<br />
== Personal Interests: == <br />
<br />
Literature of modernist writers (Marcel Proust, James Joyce), literary translation, classical music, electric guitar<br />
<br />
== Hobbies: ==<br />
<br />
Gym, swimming</div>Ryzhakovhttps://kratos-wiki.cimne.upc.edu/index.php/User:RyzhakovUser:Ryzhakov2009-08-29T16:02:42Z<p>Ryzhakov: /* Theses: */</p>
<hr />
<div>== Personal information: ==<br />
Pavel Borisovich Ryzhakov<br />
<br />
Born in 1982 in Saint-Petersburg, Russia<br />
<br />
e-mail: pryzhakov@cimne.upc.edu<br />
<br />
== Education: ==<br />
<br />
2005-present - PhD student at International Center for Numerical Methods in Engineering, Barcelona, Spain<br />
<br />
2003-2005 - Master of Science with Honors in Computational Mechanics, TU Munich, Germany. <br />
<br />
1999-2003 - Bachelor of Science in Mechanical Engineering, University of Karlsruhe, Germany. <br />
<br />
1999 - graduated from the School of Physics and Technology in Saint-Petersburg at Russian Academy of Science<br />
<br />
== Additional trainings: ==<br />
<br />
Industrial internship (Siemens AG, Germany, Russia) (6 months)<br />
<br />
summer school "Computational Science", Sud Tirol, 2005 (2 weeks)<br />
<br />
== Extracurricular activities during University Education: ==<br />
<br />
Chairman of the International Student Association SAID of the the Mechanical Engineering Faculty, University of Karlsruhe, International Department (2002-2003)<br />
<br />
== Publications: ==<br />
<br />
Updated lagrangian formulation of the quasi-incompressible fluid element, presented at ECCOMMAS conference on Coupled Problems, Ibiza, Spain, 23-26/05/2007, Authors: P. Ryzhakov, R. Rossi, S.Idelsohn, E. Oñate<br />
<br />
On the application of adaptive mesh refinement to the Particle Finite Element Method, first south-east european conference in Computational Mechanics, SEECCM06, Authors: P. Ryzhakov and R. Rossi<br />
<br />
Monolithic approach for the solution of the FSI problems using updated lagrangian formulation of the fluid domain, presented at GACM'07, Munich, Germany, 10-12/10/2007, P. Ryzhakov, R. Rossi, S.Idelsohn, E. Oñate<br />
<br />
A Monolithic FE Formulation for the Analysis of Membranes in Fluids, presented at Structural Membranes 2007, Barcelona, Spain, 17-19/09/2007. Authors: P. Ryzhakov, R. Rossi, S.Idelsohn, E. Oñate<br />
<br />
On the FSI in combustion chambers, presented at ECCOMMAS conference on Coupled Problems, Ibiza, Spain, 23-26/05/2007, Authors: P. Ryzhakov, R. Rossi, S.Idelsohn, E.<br />
<br />
An algorithm for polymer melting simulation, P. Ryzhakov, R. Rossi, E. Oñate, presented at METNUM-2009, Barcelona, Spaiain, 29/06/2009-02/08/2009 <br />
Quasi-incompressible updated lagrangian fluid and monolithic formulation for the the fluid-structure interaction problems involving highly deformable solids Pavel B. Ryzhakov, R. Rossi, S. Idelsohn and E. Oñate<br />
<br />
Sea-landing studies of the Intermediate eXperimental Vehicle IXV using the Particle Finite Element Method (PFEM), P. Ryzhakov, R. Rossi, E. Oñate, Technical report, CIMNE, March 2009.<br />
<br />
Quasi-incompressible updated lagrangian fluid and monolithic formulation for the the fluid-structure interaction problems involving highly deformable solids, Conference proceedings, WCCM8/ECCOMAS 2008, Venice Italy, 30/06/2008-04/07/2008<br />
<br />
== Projects with industry: ==<br />
<br />
“Sea-landing studies of the intermediate eXperimental Vehicle IXV using the Particle Finite Element Method” in cooperation with CIMSA Ingeneria de Sistemas S.A. , 2007-2008<br />
<br />
Fluid-structure interaction for combustion chambers (FLUISTCOM), in cooperation with Siemens AG, 2006-2007<br />
<br />
== Theses: ==<br />
<br />
MSc thesis: "Error estimation and adaptivity in fluid mechanics"<br />
<br />
BSc thesis: "Design and validation of an experimental set-up for investigation of cavitation erosion"<br />
<br />
== Scholarships/awards: ==<br />
<br />
2005 - Marie Curie Scholarship for pursuing doctoral studies<br />
<br />
2004 - Selected among top 5 Computational Mechanics students for Elite Student Network of Bavaria, Germany<br />
<br />
2003 - Youth and Knowledge Scholarship for pursuing MSc studies<br />
<br />
1999 - Carl von Siemens Scholarship for pursuing BSc studies<br />
<br />
1999 - Award at the conference of Young Scientists for the work "Unusual defects on the surface of single crystalline SiC", Moscow<br />
<br />
== Professional Interests: == <br />
<br />
CFD, multi-physics, fluid-structure interaction, compressible flows<br />
<br />
== Personal Interests: == <br />
<br />
Literature of modernist writers (Marcel Proust, James Joyce), literary translation, classical music<br />
<br />
== Hobbies: ==<br />
<br />
Gym, swimming</div>Ryzhakovhttps://kratos-wiki.cimne.upc.edu/index.php/User:RyzhakovUser:Ryzhakov2009-08-29T15:12:07Z<p>Ryzhakov: /* Additional trainings: */</p>
<hr />
<div>== Personal information: ==<br />
Pavel Borisovich Ryzhakov<br />
<br />
Born in 1982 in Saint-Petersburg, Russia<br />
<br />
e-mail: pryzhakov@cimne.upc.edu<br />
<br />
== Education: ==<br />
<br />
2005-present - PhD student at International Center for Numerical Methods in Engineering, Barcelona, Spain<br />
<br />
2003-2005 - Master of Science with Honors in Computational Mechanics, TU Munich, Germany. <br />
<br />
1999-2003 - Bachelor of Science in Mechanical Engineering, University of Karlsruhe, Germany. <br />
<br />
1999 - graduated from the School of Physics and Technology in Saint-Petersburg at Russian Academy of Science<br />
<br />
== Additional trainings: ==<br />
<br />
Industrial internship (Siemens AG, Germany, Russia) (6 months)<br />
<br />
summer school "Computational Science", Sud Tirol, 2005 (2 weeks)<br />
<br />
== Extracurricular activities during University Education: ==<br />
<br />
Chairman of the International Student Association SAID of the the Mechanical Engineering Faculty, University of Karlsruhe, International Department (2002-2003)<br />
<br />
== Publications: ==<br />
<br />
Updated lagrangian formulation of the quasi-incompressible fluid element, presented at ECCOMMAS conference on Coupled Problems, Ibiza, Spain, 23-26/05/2007, Authors: P. Ryzhakov, R. Rossi, S.Idelsohn, E. Oñate<br />
<br />
On the application of adaptive mesh refinement to the Particle Finite Element Method, first south-east european conference in Computational Mechanics, SEECCM06, Authors: P. Ryzhakov and R. Rossi<br />
<br />
Monolithic approach for the solution of the FSI problems using updated lagrangian formulation of the fluid domain, presented at GACM'07, Munich, Germany, 10-12/10/2007, P. Ryzhakov, R. Rossi, S.Idelsohn, E. Oñate<br />
<br />
A Monolithic FE Formulation for the Analysis of Membranes in Fluids, presented at Structural Membranes 2007, Barcelona, Spain, 17-19/09/2007. Authors: P. Ryzhakov, R. Rossi, S.Idelsohn, E. Oñate<br />
<br />
On the FSI in combustion chambers, presented at ECCOMMAS conference on Coupled Problems, Ibiza, Spain, 23-26/05/2007, Authors: P. Ryzhakov, R. Rossi, S.Idelsohn, E.<br />
<br />
An algorithm for polymer melting simulation, P. Ryzhakov, R. Rossi, E. Oñate, presented at METNUM-2009, Barcelona, Spaiain, 29/06/2009-02/08/2009 <br />
Quasi-incompressible updated lagrangian fluid and monolithic formulation for the the fluid-structure interaction problems involving highly deformable solids Pavel B. Ryzhakov, R. Rossi, S. Idelsohn and E. Oñate<br />
<br />
Sea-landing studies of the Intermediate eXperimental Vehicle IXV using the Particle Finite Element Method (PFEM), P. Ryzhakov, R. Rossi, E. Oñate, Technical report, CIMNE, March 2009.<br />
<br />
Quasi-incompressible updated lagrangian fluid and monolithic formulation for the the fluid-structure interaction problems involving highly deformable solids, Conference proceedings, WCCM8/ECCOMAS 2008, Venice Italy, 30/06/2008-04/07/2008<br />
<br />
== Theses: ==<br />
<br />
MSc thesis: "Error estimation and adaptivity in fluid mechanics"<br />
<br />
BSc thesis: "Design and validation of an experimental set-up for investigation of cavitation erosion"<br />
<br />
== Scholarships/awards: ==<br />
<br />
2005 - Marie Curie Scholarship for pursuing doctoral studies<br />
<br />
2004 - Selected among top 5 Computational Mechanics students for Elite Student Network of Bavaria, Germany<br />
<br />
2003 - Youth and Knowledge Scholarship for pursuing MSc studies<br />
<br />
1999 - Carl von Siemens Scholarship for pursuing BSc studies<br />
<br />
1999 - Award at the conference of Young Scientists for the work "Unusual defects on the surface of single crystalline SiC", Moscow<br />
<br />
== Professional Interests: == <br />
<br />
CFD, multi-physics, fluid-structure interaction, compressible flows<br />
<br />
== Personal Interests: == <br />
<br />
Literature of modernist writers (Marcel Proust, James Joyce), literary translation, classical music<br />
<br />
== Hobbies: ==<br />
<br />
Gym, swimming</div>Ryzhakovhttps://kratos-wiki.cimne.upc.edu/index.php/User:RyzhakovUser:Ryzhakov2009-08-29T15:09:53Z<p>Ryzhakov: /* Publications: */</p>
<hr />
<div>== Personal information: ==<br />
Pavel Borisovich Ryzhakov<br />
<br />
Born in 1982 in Saint-Petersburg, Russia<br />
<br />
e-mail: pryzhakov@cimne.upc.edu<br />
<br />
== Education: ==<br />
<br />
2005-present - PhD student at International Center for Numerical Methods in Engineering, Barcelona, Spain<br />
<br />
2003-2005 - Master of Science with Honors in Computational Mechanics, TU Munich, Germany. <br />
<br />
1999-2003 - Bachelor of Science in Mechanical Engineering, University of Karlsruhe, Germany. <br />
<br />
1999 - graduated from the School of Physics and Technology in Saint-Petersburg at Russian Academy of Science<br />
<br />
== Additional trainings: ==<br />
<br />
Industrial internship (Siemens AG, Germany, Russia) (6 months)<br />
<br />
summer school "Computational Science", Sud Tirol, 2005 (2 weeks)<br />
<br />
== Publications: ==<br />
<br />
Updated lagrangian formulation of the quasi-incompressible fluid element, presented at ECCOMMAS conference on Coupled Problems, Ibiza, Spain, 23-26/05/2007, Authors: P. Ryzhakov, R. Rossi, S.Idelsohn, E. Oñate<br />
<br />
On the application of adaptive mesh refinement to the Particle Finite Element Method, first south-east european conference in Computational Mechanics, SEECCM06, Authors: P. Ryzhakov and R. Rossi<br />
<br />
Monolithic approach for the solution of the FSI problems using updated lagrangian formulation of the fluid domain, presented at GACM'07, Munich, Germany, 10-12/10/2007, P. Ryzhakov, R. Rossi, S.Idelsohn, E. Oñate<br />
<br />
A Monolithic FE Formulation for the Analysis of Membranes in Fluids, presented at Structural Membranes 2007, Barcelona, Spain, 17-19/09/2007. Authors: P. Ryzhakov, R. Rossi, S.Idelsohn, E. Oñate<br />
<br />
On the FSI in combustion chambers, presented at ECCOMMAS conference on Coupled Problems, Ibiza, Spain, 23-26/05/2007, Authors: P. Ryzhakov, R. Rossi, S.Idelsohn, E.<br />
<br />
An algorithm for polymer melting simulation, P. Ryzhakov, R. Rossi, E. Oñate, presented at METNUM-2009, Barcelona, Spaiain, 29/06/2009-02/08/2009 <br />
Quasi-incompressible updated lagrangian fluid and monolithic formulation for the the fluid-structure interaction problems involving highly deformable solids Pavel B. Ryzhakov, R. Rossi, S. Idelsohn and E. Oñate<br />
<br />
Sea-landing studies of the Intermediate eXperimental Vehicle IXV using the Particle Finite Element Method (PFEM), P. Ryzhakov, R. Rossi, E. Oñate, Technical report, CIMNE, March 2009.<br />
<br />
Quasi-incompressible updated lagrangian fluid and monolithic formulation for the the fluid-structure interaction problems involving highly deformable solids, Conference proceedings, WCCM8/ECCOMAS 2008, Venice Italy, 30/06/2008-04/07/2008<br />
<br />
== Theses: ==<br />
<br />
MSc thesis: "Error estimation and adaptivity in fluid mechanics"<br />
<br />
BSc thesis: "Design and validation of an experimental set-up for investigation of cavitation erosion"<br />
<br />
== Scholarships/awards: ==<br />
<br />
2005 - Marie Curie Scholarship for pursuing doctoral studies<br />
<br />
2004 - Selected among top 5 Computational Mechanics students for Elite Student Network of Bavaria, Germany<br />
<br />
2003 - Youth and Knowledge Scholarship for pursuing MSc studies<br />
<br />
1999 - Carl von Siemens Scholarship for pursuing BSc studies<br />
<br />
1999 - Award at the conference of Young Scientists for the work "Unusual defects on the surface of single crystalline SiC", Moscow<br />
<br />
== Professional Interests: == <br />
<br />
CFD, multi-physics, fluid-structure interaction, compressible flows<br />
<br />
== Personal Interests: == <br />
<br />
Literature of modernist writers (Marcel Proust, James Joyce), literary translation, classical music<br />
<br />
== Hobbies: ==<br />
<br />
Gym, swimming</div>Ryzhakovhttps://kratos-wiki.cimne.upc.edu/index.php/User:RyzhakovUser:Ryzhakov2009-08-29T15:06:10Z<p>Ryzhakov: /* Personal informatopn: */</p>
<hr />
<div>== Personal information: ==<br />
Pavel Borisovich Ryzhakov<br />
<br />
Born in 1982 in Saint-Petersburg, Russia<br />
<br />
e-mail: pryzhakov@cimne.upc.edu<br />
<br />
== Education: ==<br />
<br />
2005-present - PhD student at International Center for Numerical Methods in Engineering, Barcelona, Spain<br />
<br />
2003-2005 - Master of Science with Honors in Computational Mechanics, TU Munich, Germany. <br />
<br />
1999-2003 - Bachelor of Science in Mechanical Engineering, University of Karlsruhe, Germany. <br />
<br />
1999 - graduated from the School of Physics and Technology in Saint-Petersburg at Russian Academy of Science<br />
<br />
== Additional trainings: ==<br />
<br />
Industrial internship (Siemens AG, Germany, Russia) (6 months)<br />
<br />
summer school "Computational Science", Sud Tirol, 2005 (2 weeks)<br />
<br />
== Publications: ==<br />
<br />
Updated lagrangian formulation of the quasi-incompressible fluid element, presented at ECCOMMAS conference on Coupled Problems, Ibiza, Spain, 23-26/05/2007, Authors: P. Ryzhakov, R. Rossi, S.Idelsohn, E. Oñate<br />
<br />
On the application of adaptive mesh refinement to the Particle Finite Element Method, first south-east european conference in Computational Mechanics, SEECCM06, Authors: P. Ryzhakov and R. Rossi<br />
<br />
Monolithic approach for the solution of the FSI problems using updated lagrangian formulation of the fluid domain, presented at GACM'07, Munich, Germany, 10-12/10/2007, P. Ryzhakov, R. Rossi, S.Idelsohn, E. Oñate<br />
<br />
A Monolithic FE Formulation for the Analysis of Membranes in Fluids, presented at Structural Membranes 2007, Barcelona, Spain, 17-19/09/2007. Authors: P. Ryzhakov, R. Rossi, S.Idelsohn, E. Oñate<br />
<br />
On the FSI in combustion chambers, presented at ECCOMMAS conference on Coupled Problems, Ibiza, Spain, 23-26/05/2007, Authors: P. Ryzhakov, R. Rossi, S.Idelsohn, E.<br />
<br />
An algorithm for polymer melting simulation, P. Ryzhakov, R. Rossi, E. Oñate, presented at METNUM-2009, Barcelona, Spaiain, 29/06/2009-02/08/2009 <br />
Quasi-incompressible updated lagrangian fluid and monolithic formulation for the the fluid-structure interaction problems involving highly deformable solids Pavel B. Ryzhakov, R. Rossi, S. Idelsohn and E. Oñate<br />
<br />
Sea-landing studies of the Intermediate eXperimental Vehicle IXV using the Particle Finite Element Method (PFEM), P. Ryzhakov, R. Rossi, E. Oñate, Technical report, CIMNE, March 2009.<br />
<br />
Quasi-incompressible updated lagrangian fluid and monolithic formulation for the the fluid-structure interaction problems involving highly deformable solids, Conference proceedings, WCCM8/ECCOMAS 2008, Venice Italy, 30/06/2008-04/07/2008<br />
<br />
== Scholarships/awards: ==<br />
<br />
2005 - Marie Curie Scholarship for pursuing doctoral studies<br />
<br />
2004 - Selected among top 5 Computational Mechanics students for Elite Student Network of Bavaria, Germany<br />
<br />
2003 - Youth and Knowledge Scholarship for pursuing MSc studies<br />
<br />
1999 - Carl von Siemens Scholarship for pursuing BSc studies<br />
<br />
1999 - Award at the conference of Young Scientists for the work "Unusual defects on the surface of single crystalline SiC", Moscow<br />
<br />
== Professional Interests: == <br />
<br />
CFD, multi-physics, fluid-structure interaction, compressible flows<br />
<br />
== Personal Interests: == <br />
<br />
Literature of modernist writers (Marcel Proust, James Joyce), literary translation, classical music<br />
<br />
== Hobbies: ==<br />
<br />
Gym, swimming</div>Ryzhakovhttps://kratos-wiki.cimne.upc.edu/index.php/User:RyzhakovUser:Ryzhakov2009-08-29T15:03:23Z<p>Ryzhakov: /* Education: */</p>
<hr />
<div>== Personal informatopn: ==<br />
Pavel Borisovich Ryzhakov<br />
<br />
Born in 1982 in Saint-Petersburg, Russia<br />
<br />
e-mail: pryzhakov@cimne.upc.edu<br />
<br />
== Education: ==<br />
<br />
2005-present - PhD student at International Center for Numerical Methods in Engineering, Barcelona, Spain<br />
<br />
2003-2005 - Master of Science with Honors in Computational Mechanics, TU Munich, Germany. <br />
<br />
1999-2003 - Bachelor of Science in Mechanical Engineering, University of Karlsruhe, Germany. <br />
<br />
1999 - graduated from the School of Physics and Technology in Saint-Petersburg at Russian Academy of Science<br />
<br />
== Additional trainings: ==<br />
<br />
Industrial internship (Siemens AG, Germany, Russia) (6 months)<br />
<br />
summer school "Computational Science", Sud Tirol, 2005 (2 weeks)<br />
<br />
== Publications: ==<br />
<br />
Updated lagrangian formulation of the quasi-incompressible fluid element, presented at ECCOMMAS conference on Coupled Problems, Ibiza, Spain, 23-26/05/2007, Authors: P. Ryzhakov, R. Rossi, S.Idelsohn, E. Oñate<br />
<br />
On the application of adaptive mesh refinement to the Particle Finite Element Method, first south-east european conference in Computational Mechanics, SEECCM06, Authors: P. Ryzhakov and R. Rossi<br />
<br />
Monolithic approach for the solution of the FSI problems using updated lagrangian formulation of the fluid domain, presented at GACM'07, Munich, Germany, 10-12/10/2007, P. Ryzhakov, R. Rossi, S.Idelsohn, E. Oñate<br />
<br />
A Monolithic FE Formulation for the Analysis of Membranes in Fluids, presented at Structural Membranes 2007, Barcelona, Spain, 17-19/09/2007. Authors: P. Ryzhakov, R. Rossi, S.Idelsohn, E. Oñate<br />
<br />
On the FSI in combustion chambers, presented at ECCOMMAS conference on Coupled Problems, Ibiza, Spain, 23-26/05/2007, Authors: P. Ryzhakov, R. Rossi, S.Idelsohn, E.<br />
<br />
An algorithm for polymer melting simulation, P. Ryzhakov, R. Rossi, E. Oñate, presented at METNUM-2009, Barcelona, Spaiain, 29/06/2009-02/08/2009 <br />
Quasi-incompressible updated lagrangian fluid and monolithic formulation for the the fluid-structure interaction problems involving highly deformable solids Pavel B. Ryzhakov, R. Rossi, S. Idelsohn and E. Oñate<br />
<br />
Sea-landing studies of the Intermediate eXperimental Vehicle IXV using the Particle Finite Element Method (PFEM), P. Ryzhakov, R. Rossi, E. Oñate, Technical report, CIMNE, March 2009.<br />
<br />
Quasi-incompressible updated lagrangian fluid and monolithic formulation for the the fluid-structure interaction problems involving highly deformable solids, Conference proceedings, WCCM8/ECCOMAS 2008, Venice Italy, 30/06/2008-04/07/2008<br />
<br />
== Scholarships/awards: ==<br />
<br />
2005 - Marie Curie Scholarship for pursuing doctoral studies<br />
<br />
2004 - Selected among top 5 Computational Mechanics students for Elite Student Network of Bavaria, Germany<br />
<br />
2003 - Youth and Knowledge Scholarship for pursuing MSc studies<br />
<br />
1999 - Carl von Siemens Scholarship for pursuing BSc studies<br />
<br />
1999 - Award at the conference of Young Scientists for the work "Unusual defects on the surface of single crystalline SiC", Moscow<br />
<br />
== Professional Interests: == <br />
<br />
CFD, multi-physics, fluid-structure interaction, compressible flows<br />
<br />
== Personal Interests: == <br />
<br />
Literature of modernist writers (Marcel Proust, James Joyce), literary translation, classical music<br />
<br />
== Hobbies: ==<br />
<br />
Gym, swimming</div>Ryzhakovhttps://kratos-wiki.cimne.upc.edu/index.php/User:RyzhakovUser:Ryzhakov2009-08-29T15:03:03Z<p>Ryzhakov: /* Scholarships/awards: */</p>
<hr />
<div>== Personal informatopn: ==<br />
Pavel Borisovich Ryzhakov<br />
<br />
Born in 1982 in Saint-Petersburg, Russia<br />
<br />
e-mail: pryzhakov@cimne.upc.edu<br />
<br />
== Education: ==<br />
<br />
2005-present - PhD student at International Center for Numerical Methods in Engineering, Barcelona, Spain<br />
<br />
2003-2005 - Master of Science with Honors in Computational Mechanics, TU Munich, Germany. <br />
<br />
1999-2003 - Bachelor of Science in Mechanical Engineering, University of Karlsruhe, Germany. <br />
<br />
1999 - graduated from the School of Physics and Technology in Saint-Petersburg at Russian Academy of Science<br />
<br />
== Publications: ==<br />
<br />
Updated lagrangian formulation of the quasi-incompressible fluid element, presented at ECCOMMAS conference on Coupled Problems, Ibiza, Spain, 23-26/05/2007, Authors: P. Ryzhakov, R. Rossi, S.Idelsohn, E. Oñate<br />
<br />
On the application of adaptive mesh refinement to the Particle Finite Element Method, first south-east european conference in Computational Mechanics, SEECCM06, Authors: P. Ryzhakov and R. Rossi<br />
<br />
Monolithic approach for the solution of the FSI problems using updated lagrangian formulation of the fluid domain, presented at GACM'07, Munich, Germany, 10-12/10/2007, P. Ryzhakov, R. Rossi, S.Idelsohn, E. Oñate<br />
<br />
A Monolithic FE Formulation for the Analysis of Membranes in Fluids, presented at Structural Membranes 2007, Barcelona, Spain, 17-19/09/2007. Authors: P. Ryzhakov, R. Rossi, S.Idelsohn, E. Oñate<br />
<br />
On the FSI in combustion chambers, presented at ECCOMMAS conference on Coupled Problems, Ibiza, Spain, 23-26/05/2007, Authors: P. Ryzhakov, R. Rossi, S.Idelsohn, E.<br />
<br />
An algorithm for polymer melting simulation, P. Ryzhakov, R. Rossi, E. Oñate, presented at METNUM-2009, Barcelona, Spaiain, 29/06/2009-02/08/2009 <br />
Quasi-incompressible updated lagrangian fluid and monolithic formulation for the the fluid-structure interaction problems involving highly deformable solids Pavel B. Ryzhakov, R. Rossi, S. Idelsohn and E. Oñate<br />
<br />
Sea-landing studies of the Intermediate eXperimental Vehicle IXV using the Particle Finite Element Method (PFEM), P. Ryzhakov, R. Rossi, E. Oñate, Technical report, CIMNE, March 2009.<br />
<br />
Quasi-incompressible updated lagrangian fluid and monolithic formulation for the the fluid-structure interaction problems involving highly deformable solids, Conference proceedings, WCCM8/ECCOMAS 2008, Venice Italy, 30/06/2008-04/07/2008<br />
<br />
== Scholarships/awards: ==<br />
<br />
2005 - Marie Curie Scholarship for pursuing doctoral studies<br />
<br />
2004 - Selected among top 5 Computational Mechanics students for Elite Student Network of Bavaria, Germany<br />
<br />
2003 - Youth and Knowledge Scholarship for pursuing MSc studies<br />
<br />
1999 - Carl von Siemens Scholarship for pursuing BSc studies<br />
<br />
1999 - Award at the conference of Young Scientists for the work "Unusual defects on the surface of single crystalline SiC", Moscow<br />
<br />
== Professional Interests: == <br />
<br />
CFD, multi-physics, fluid-structure interaction, compressible flows<br />
<br />
== Personal Interests: == <br />
<br />
Literature of modernist writers (Marcel Proust, James Joyce), literary translation, classical music<br />
<br />
== Hobbies: ==<br />
<br />
Gym, swimming</div>Ryzhakovhttps://kratos-wiki.cimne.upc.edu/index.php/User:RyzhakovUser:Ryzhakov2009-08-29T15:02:23Z<p>Ryzhakov: </p>
<hr />
<div>== Personal informatopn: ==<br />
Pavel Borisovich Ryzhakov<br />
<br />
Born in 1982 in Saint-Petersburg, Russia<br />
<br />
e-mail: pryzhakov@cimne.upc.edu<br />
<br />
== Education: ==<br />
<br />
2005-present - PhD student at International Center for Numerical Methods in Engineering, Barcelona, Spain<br />
<br />
2003-2005 - Master of Science with Honors in Computational Mechanics, TU Munich, Germany. <br />
<br />
1999-2003 - Bachelor of Science in Mechanical Engineering, University of Karlsruhe, Germany. <br />
<br />
1999 - graduated from the School of Physics and Technology in Saint-Petersburg at Russian Academy of Science<br />
<br />
== Publications: ==<br />
<br />
Updated lagrangian formulation of the quasi-incompressible fluid element, presented at ECCOMMAS conference on Coupled Problems, Ibiza, Spain, 23-26/05/2007, Authors: P. Ryzhakov, R. Rossi, S.Idelsohn, E. Oñate<br />
<br />
On the application of adaptive mesh refinement to the Particle Finite Element Method, first south-east european conference in Computational Mechanics, SEECCM06, Authors: P. Ryzhakov and R. Rossi<br />
<br />
Monolithic approach for the solution of the FSI problems using updated lagrangian formulation of the fluid domain, presented at GACM'07, Munich, Germany, 10-12/10/2007, P. Ryzhakov, R. Rossi, S.Idelsohn, E. Oñate<br />
<br />
A Monolithic FE Formulation for the Analysis of Membranes in Fluids, presented at Structural Membranes 2007, Barcelona, Spain, 17-19/09/2007. Authors: P. Ryzhakov, R. Rossi, S.Idelsohn, E. Oñate<br />
<br />
On the FSI in combustion chambers, presented at ECCOMMAS conference on Coupled Problems, Ibiza, Spain, 23-26/05/2007, Authors: P. Ryzhakov, R. Rossi, S.Idelsohn, E.<br />
<br />
An algorithm for polymer melting simulation, P. Ryzhakov, R. Rossi, E. Oñate, presented at METNUM-2009, Barcelona, Spaiain, 29/06/2009-02/08/2009 <br />
Quasi-incompressible updated lagrangian fluid and monolithic formulation for the the fluid-structure interaction problems involving highly deformable solids Pavel B. Ryzhakov, R. Rossi, S. Idelsohn and E. Oñate<br />
<br />
Sea-landing studies of the Intermediate eXperimental Vehicle IXV using the Particle Finite Element Method (PFEM), P. Ryzhakov, R. Rossi, E. Oñate, Technical report, CIMNE, March 2009.<br />
<br />
Quasi-incompressible updated lagrangian fluid and monolithic formulation for the the fluid-structure interaction problems involving highly deformable solids, Conference proceedings, WCCM8/ECCOMAS 2008, Venice Italy, 30/06/2008-04/07/2008<br />
<br />
== Scholarships/awards: ==<br />
<br />
2005 - Marie Curie Scholarship for pursuing doctoral studies<br />
<br />
2004 - Selected among top 5 Computational Mechanics students for Elite Student Network of Bavaria, Germany<br />
<br />
2003 - Youth and Knowledge Scholarship for pursuing MSc studies<br />
<br />
1999 - Carl von Siemens Scholarship for pursuing BSc studies<br />
<br />
1999 - Award at the conference of Young Scientists for the work "Unusual defects on the surface of single crystalline SiC", Moscow<br />
<br />
Industrial internship (Siemens AG, Germany, Russia) (6 months)<br />
<br />
summer school "Computational Science", Sud Tirol, 2005 (2 weeks)<br />
<br />
<br />
== Professional Interests: == <br />
<br />
CFD, multi-physics, fluid-structure interaction, compressible flows<br />
<br />
== Personal Interests: == <br />
<br />
Literature of modernist writers (Marcel Proust, James Joyce), literary translation, classical music<br />
<br />
== Hobbies: ==<br />
<br />
Gym, swimming</div>Ryzhakovhttps://kratos-wiki.cimne.upc.edu/index.php/User:RyzhakovUser:Ryzhakov2009-08-29T14:57:02Z<p>Ryzhakov: /* Trainings: */</p>
<hr />
<div>Born in 1982 in Saint-Petersburg, Russia<br />
<br />
Education:<br />
<br />
1999 - graduated from the School of Physics and Technology in Saint-Petersburg at Russian Academy of Science<br />
<br />
1999-2003 - Bachelor of Science in Mechanical Engineering, University of Karlsruhe, Germany. Carl Siemens Scholarship award<br />
<br />
2003-2005 - Master of Science with Honors in Computational Mechanics, TU Munich, Germany. Youth and Knowledge fellowship award, <br />
<br />
2005-present - PhD student at International Center for Numerical Methods in Engineering, Barcelona, Spain<br />
<br />
Professional Interests: CFD, multi-physics, fluid-structure interaction, compressible flows<br />
<br />
== Publications: ==<br />
<br />
Updated lagrangian formulation of the quasi-incompressible fluid element, presented at ECCOMMAS conference on Coupled Problems, Ibiza, Spain, 23-26/05/2007, Authors: P. Ryzhakov, R. Rossi, S.Idelsohn, E. Oñate<br />
<br />
On the application of adaptive mesh refinement to the Particle Finite Element Method, first south-east european conference in Computational Mechanics, SEECCM06, Authors: P. Ryzhakov and R. Rossi<br />
<br />
Monolithic approach for the solution of the FSI problems using updated lagrangian formulation of the fluid domain, presented at GACM'07, Munich, Germany, 10-12/10/2007, P. Ryzhakov, R. Rossi, S.Idelsohn, E. Oñate<br />
<br />
A Monolithic FE Formulation for the Analysis of Membranes in Fluids, presented at Structural Membranes 2007, Barcelona, Spain, 17-19/09/2007. Authors: P. Ryzhakov, R. Rossi, S.Idelsohn, E. Oñate<br />
<br />
On the FSI in combustion chambers, presented at ECCOMMAS conference on Coupled Problems, Ibiza, Spain, 23-26/05/2007, Authors: P. Ryzhakov, R. Rossi, S.Idelsohn, E.<br />
<br />
An algorithm for polymer melting simulation, P. Ryzhakov, R. Rossi, E. Oñate, presented at METNUM-2009, Barcelona, Spaiain, 29/06/2009-02/08/2009 <br />
Quasi-incompressible updated lagrangian fluid and monolithic formulation for the the fluid-structure interaction problems involving highly deformable solids Pavel B. Ryzhakov, R. Rossi, S. Idelsohn and E. Oñate<br />
<br />
Sea-landing studies of the Intermediate eXperimental Vehicle IXV using the Particle Finite Element Method (PFEM), P. Ryzhakov, R. Rossi, E. Oñate, Technical report, CIMNE, March 2009.<br />
<br />
Quasi-incompressible updated lagrangian fluid and monolithic formulation for the the fluid-structure interaction problems involving highly deformable solids, Conference proceedings, WCCM8/ECCOMAS 2008, Venice Italy, 30/06/2008-04/07/2008<br />
<br />
== Scholarships/awards: ==<br />
<br />
2005 - Marie Curie Scholarship for pursuing doctoral studies<br />
<br />
2004 - Selected among top 5 Computational Mechanics students for Elite Student Network of Bavaria, Germany<br />
<br />
2003 - Youth and Knowledge Scholarship for pursuing MSc studies<br />
<br />
1999 - Carl von Siemens Scholarship for pursuing BSc studies<br />
<br />
1999 - Award at the conference of Young Scientists for the work "Unusual defects on the surface of single crystalline SiC", Moscow<br />
<br />
Industrial internship (Siemens AG, Germany, Russia) (6 months)<br />
<br />
summer school "Computational Science", Sud Tirol, 2005 (2 weeks)</div>Ryzhakovhttps://kratos-wiki.cimne.upc.edu/index.php/User:RyzhakovUser:Ryzhakov2009-08-29T14:56:40Z<p>Ryzhakov: /* Trainings: */</p>
<hr />
<div>Born in 1982 in Saint-Petersburg, Russia<br />
<br />
Education:<br />
<br />
1999 - graduated from the School of Physics and Technology in Saint-Petersburg at Russian Academy of Science<br />
<br />
1999-2003 - Bachelor of Science in Mechanical Engineering, University of Karlsruhe, Germany. Carl Siemens Scholarship award<br />
<br />
2003-2005 - Master of Science with Honors in Computational Mechanics, TU Munich, Germany. Youth and Knowledge fellowship award, <br />
<br />
2005-present - PhD student at International Center for Numerical Methods in Engineering, Barcelona, Spain<br />
<br />
Professional Interests: CFD, multi-physics, fluid-structure interaction, compressible flows<br />
<br />
== Publications: ==<br />
<br />
Updated lagrangian formulation of the quasi-incompressible fluid element, presented at ECCOMMAS conference on Coupled Problems, Ibiza, Spain, 23-26/05/2007, Authors: P. Ryzhakov, R. Rossi, S.Idelsohn, E. Oñate<br />
<br />
On the application of adaptive mesh refinement to the Particle Finite Element Method, first south-east european conference in Computational Mechanics, SEECCM06, Authors: P. Ryzhakov and R. Rossi<br />
<br />
Monolithic approach for the solution of the FSI problems using updated lagrangian formulation of the fluid domain, presented at GACM'07, Munich, Germany, 10-12/10/2007, P. Ryzhakov, R. Rossi, S.Idelsohn, E. Oñate<br />
<br />
A Monolithic FE Formulation for the Analysis of Membranes in Fluids, presented at Structural Membranes 2007, Barcelona, Spain, 17-19/09/2007. Authors: P. Ryzhakov, R. Rossi, S.Idelsohn, E. Oñate<br />
<br />
On the FSI in combustion chambers, presented at ECCOMMAS conference on Coupled Problems, Ibiza, Spain, 23-26/05/2007, Authors: P. Ryzhakov, R. Rossi, S.Idelsohn, E.<br />
<br />
An algorithm for polymer melting simulation, P. Ryzhakov, R. Rossi, E. Oñate, presented at METNUM-2009, Barcelona, Spaiain, 29/06/2009-02/08/2009 <br />
Quasi-incompressible updated lagrangian fluid and monolithic formulation for the the fluid-structure interaction problems involving highly deformable solids Pavel B. Ryzhakov, R. Rossi, S. Idelsohn and E. Oñate<br />
<br />
Sea-landing studies of the Intermediate eXperimental Vehicle IXV using the Particle Finite Element Method (PFEM), P. Ryzhakov, R. Rossi, E. Oñate, Technical report, CIMNE, March 2009.<br />
<br />
Quasi-incompressible updated lagrangian fluid and monolithic formulation for the the fluid-structure interaction problems involving highly deformable solids, Conference proceedings, WCCM8/ECCOMAS 2008, Venice Italy, 30/06/2008-04/07/2008<br />
<br />
== Scholarships/awards: ==<br />
<br />
2005 - Marie Curie Scholarship for pursuing doctoral studies<br />
<br />
2004 - Selected among top 5 Computational Mechanics students for Elite Student Network of Bavaria, Germany<br />
<br />
2003 - Youth and Knowledge Scholarship for pursuing MSc studies<br />
<br />
1999 - Carl von Siemens Scholarship for pursuing BSc studies<br />
<br />
1999 - Award at the conference of Young Scientists for the work "Unusual defects on the surface of single crystalline SiC", Moscow<br />
<br />
== Trainings: ==<br />
6 months of industrial internship (Siemens AG, Germany, Russia) <br />
<br />
summer school "Computational Science", Sud Tirol, 2005 (2 weeks)</div>Ryzhakovhttps://kratos-wiki.cimne.upc.edu/index.php/User:RyzhakovUser:Ryzhakov2009-08-29T14:56:33Z<p>Ryzhakov: /* Scholarships/awards: */</p>
<hr />
<div>Born in 1982 in Saint-Petersburg, Russia<br />
<br />
Education:<br />
<br />
1999 - graduated from the School of Physics and Technology in Saint-Petersburg at Russian Academy of Science<br />
<br />
1999-2003 - Bachelor of Science in Mechanical Engineering, University of Karlsruhe, Germany. Carl Siemens Scholarship award<br />
<br />
2003-2005 - Master of Science with Honors in Computational Mechanics, TU Munich, Germany. Youth and Knowledge fellowship award, <br />
<br />
2005-present - PhD student at International Center for Numerical Methods in Engineering, Barcelona, Spain<br />
<br />
Professional Interests: CFD, multi-physics, fluid-structure interaction, compressible flows<br />
<br />
== Publications: ==<br />
<br />
Updated lagrangian formulation of the quasi-incompressible fluid element, presented at ECCOMMAS conference on Coupled Problems, Ibiza, Spain, 23-26/05/2007, Authors: P. Ryzhakov, R. Rossi, S.Idelsohn, E. Oñate<br />
<br />
On the application of adaptive mesh refinement to the Particle Finite Element Method, first south-east european conference in Computational Mechanics, SEECCM06, Authors: P. Ryzhakov and R. Rossi<br />
<br />
Monolithic approach for the solution of the FSI problems using updated lagrangian formulation of the fluid domain, presented at GACM'07, Munich, Germany, 10-12/10/2007, P. Ryzhakov, R. Rossi, S.Idelsohn, E. Oñate<br />
<br />
A Monolithic FE Formulation for the Analysis of Membranes in Fluids, presented at Structural Membranes 2007, Barcelona, Spain, 17-19/09/2007. Authors: P. Ryzhakov, R. Rossi, S.Idelsohn, E. Oñate<br />
<br />
On the FSI in combustion chambers, presented at ECCOMMAS conference on Coupled Problems, Ibiza, Spain, 23-26/05/2007, Authors: P. Ryzhakov, R. Rossi, S.Idelsohn, E.<br />
<br />
An algorithm for polymer melting simulation, P. Ryzhakov, R. Rossi, E. Oñate, presented at METNUM-2009, Barcelona, Spaiain, 29/06/2009-02/08/2009 <br />
Quasi-incompressible updated lagrangian fluid and monolithic formulation for the the fluid-structure interaction problems involving highly deformable solids Pavel B. Ryzhakov, R. Rossi, S. Idelsohn and E. Oñate<br />
<br />
Sea-landing studies of the Intermediate eXperimental Vehicle IXV using the Particle Finite Element Method (PFEM), P. Ryzhakov, R. Rossi, E. Oñate, Technical report, CIMNE, March 2009.<br />
<br />
Quasi-incompressible updated lagrangian fluid and monolithic formulation for the the fluid-structure interaction problems involving highly deformable solids, Conference proceedings, WCCM8/ECCOMAS 2008, Venice Italy, 30/06/2008-04/07/2008<br />
<br />
== Scholarships/awards: ==<br />
<br />
2005 - Marie Curie Scholarship for pursuing doctoral studies<br />
<br />
2004 - Selected among top 5 Computational Mechanics students for Elite Student Network of Bavaria, Germany<br />
<br />
2003 - Youth and Knowledge Scholarship for pursuing MSc studies<br />
<br />
1999 - Carl von Siemens Scholarship for pursuing BSc studies<br />
<br />
1999 - Award at the conference of Young Scientists for the work "Unusual defects on the surface of single crystalline SiC", Moscow<br />
<br />
== Trainings: ==<br />
6 months of industrial internship (Siemens AG, Germany, Russia) <br />
summer school "Computational Science", Sud Tirol, 2005 (2 weeks)</div>Ryzhakovhttps://kratos-wiki.cimne.upc.edu/index.php/User:RyzhakovUser:Ryzhakov2009-08-29T14:56:17Z<p>Ryzhakov: /* Publications: */</p>
<hr />
<div>Born in 1982 in Saint-Petersburg, Russia<br />
<br />
Education:<br />
<br />
1999 - graduated from the School of Physics and Technology in Saint-Petersburg at Russian Academy of Science<br />
<br />
1999-2003 - Bachelor of Science in Mechanical Engineering, University of Karlsruhe, Germany. Carl Siemens Scholarship award<br />
<br />
2003-2005 - Master of Science with Honors in Computational Mechanics, TU Munich, Germany. Youth and Knowledge fellowship award, <br />
<br />
2005-present - PhD student at International Center for Numerical Methods in Engineering, Barcelona, Spain<br />
<br />
Professional Interests: CFD, multi-physics, fluid-structure interaction, compressible flows<br />
<br />
== Publications: ==<br />
<br />
Updated lagrangian formulation of the quasi-incompressible fluid element, presented at ECCOMMAS conference on Coupled Problems, Ibiza, Spain, 23-26/05/2007, Authors: P. Ryzhakov, R. Rossi, S.Idelsohn, E. Oñate<br />
<br />
On the application of adaptive mesh refinement to the Particle Finite Element Method, first south-east european conference in Computational Mechanics, SEECCM06, Authors: P. Ryzhakov and R. Rossi<br />
<br />
Monolithic approach for the solution of the FSI problems using updated lagrangian formulation of the fluid domain, presented at GACM'07, Munich, Germany, 10-12/10/2007, P. Ryzhakov, R. Rossi, S.Idelsohn, E. Oñate<br />
<br />
A Monolithic FE Formulation for the Analysis of Membranes in Fluids, presented at Structural Membranes 2007, Barcelona, Spain, 17-19/09/2007. Authors: P. Ryzhakov, R. Rossi, S.Idelsohn, E. Oñate<br />
<br />
On the FSI in combustion chambers, presented at ECCOMMAS conference on Coupled Problems, Ibiza, Spain, 23-26/05/2007, Authors: P. Ryzhakov, R. Rossi, S.Idelsohn, E.<br />
<br />
An algorithm for polymer melting simulation, P. Ryzhakov, R. Rossi, E. Oñate, presented at METNUM-2009, Barcelona, Spaiain, 29/06/2009-02/08/2009 <br />
Quasi-incompressible updated lagrangian fluid and monolithic formulation for the the fluid-structure interaction problems involving highly deformable solids Pavel B. Ryzhakov, R. Rossi, S. Idelsohn and E. Oñate<br />
<br />
Sea-landing studies of the Intermediate eXperimental Vehicle IXV using the Particle Finite Element Method (PFEM), P. Ryzhakov, R. Rossi, E. Oñate, Technical report, CIMNE, March 2009.<br />
<br />
Quasi-incompressible updated lagrangian fluid and monolithic formulation for the the fluid-structure interaction problems involving highly deformable solids, Conference proceedings, WCCM8/ECCOMAS 2008, Venice Italy, 30/06/2008-04/07/2008<br />
<br />
== Scholarships/awards: ==<br />
<br />
2005 - Marie Curie Scholarship for pursuing doctoral studies<br />
2004 - Selected among top 5 Computational Mechanics students for Elite Student Network of Bavaria, Germany<br />
2003 - Youth and Knowledge Scholarship for pursuing MSc studies<br />
1999 - Carl von Siemens Scholarship for pursuing BSc studies<br />
1999 - Award at the conference of Young Scientists for the work "Unusual defects on the surface of single crystalline SiC", Moscow<br />
<br />
== Trainings: ==<br />
6 months of industrial internship (Siemens AG, Germany, Russia) <br />
summer school "Computational Science", Sud Tirol, 2005 (2 weeks)</div>Ryzhakovhttps://kratos-wiki.cimne.upc.edu/index.php/User:RyzhakovUser:Ryzhakov2009-08-29T14:46:27Z<p>Ryzhakov: /* Publications: */</p>
<hr />
<div>Born in 1982 in Saint-Petersburg, Russia<br />
<br />
Education:<br />
<br />
1999 - graduated from the School of Physics and Technology in Saint-Petersburg at Russian Academy of Science<br />
<br />
1999-2003 - Bachelor of Science in Mechanical Engineering, University of Karlsruhe, Germany. Carl Siemens Scholarship award<br />
<br />
2003-2005 - Master of Science with Honors in Computational Mechanics, TU Munich, Germany. Youth and Knowledge fellowship award, <br />
<br />
2005-present - PhD student at International Center for Numerical Methods in Engineering, Barcelona, Spain<br />
<br />
Professional Interests: CFD, multi-physics, fluid-structure interaction, compressible flows<br />
<br />
== Publications: ==<br />
<br />
Updated lagrangian formulation of the quasi-incompressible fluid element, presented at ECCOMMAS conference on Coupled Problems, Ibiza, Spain, 23-26/05/2007, Authors: P. Ryzhakov, R. Rossi, S.Idelsohn, E. Oñate<br />
<br />
On the application of adaptive mesh refinement to the Particle Finite Element Method, first south-east european conference in Computational Mechanics, SEECCM06, Authors: P. Ryzhakov and R. Rossi<br />
<br />
Monolithic approach for the solution of the FSI problems using updated lagrangian formulation of the fluid domain, presented at GACM'07, Munich, Germany, 10-12/10/2007, P. Ryzhakov, R. Rossi, S.Idelsohn, E. Oñate<br />
<br />
A Monolithic FE Formulation for the Analysis of Membranes in Fluids, presented at Structural Membranes 2007, Barcelona, Spain, 17-19/09/2007. Authors: P. Ryzhakov, R. Rossi, S.Idelsohn, E. Oñate<br />
<br />
On the FSI in combustion chambers, presented at ECCOMMAS conference on Coupled Problems, Ibiza, Spain, 23-26/05/2007, Authors: P. Ryzhakov, R. Rossi, S.Idelsohn, E.<br />
<br />
An algorithm for polymer melting simulation, P. Ryzhakov, R. Rossi, E. Oñate, presented at METNUM-2009, Barcelona, Spaiain, 29/06/2009-02/08/2009 <br />
Quasi-incompressible updated lagrangian fluid and monolithic formulation for the the fluid-structure interaction problems involving highly deformable solids Pavel B. Ryzhakov, R. Rossi, S. Idelsohn and E. Oñate<br />
<br />
Sea-landing studies of the<br />
Intermediate eXperimental Vehicle IXV using the Particle Finite Element Method<br />
(PFEM)<br />
, P. Ryzhakov, R. Rossi, E. Oñate, Technical report, CIMNE, March 2009.<br />
<br />
Quasi-incompressible updated lagrangian fluid and monolithic formulation for the the fluid-structure interaction problems involving highly deformable solids, Conference proceedings, WCCM8/ECCOMAS 2008, Venice Italy, 30/06/2008-04/07/2008</div>Ryzhakovhttps://kratos-wiki.cimne.upc.edu/index.php/User:RyzhakovUser:Ryzhakov2009-08-28T09:21:04Z<p>Ryzhakov: </p>
<hr />
<div>Born in 1982 in Saint-Petersburg, Russia<br />
<br />
Education:<br />
<br />
1999 - graduated from the School of Physics and Technology in Saint-Petersburg at Russian Academy of Science<br />
<br />
1999-2003 - Bachelor of Science in Mechanical Engineering, University of Karlsruhe, Germany. Carl Siemens Scholarship award<br />
<br />
2003-2005 - Master of Science with Honors in Computational Mechanics, TU Munich, Germany. Youth and Knowledge fellowship award, <br />
<br />
2005-present - PhD student at International Center for Numerical Methods in Engineering, Barcelona, Spain<br />
<br />
Professional Interests: CFD, multi-physics, fluid-structure interaction, compressible flows<br />
<br />
== Publications: ==<br />
<br />
Updated lagrangian formulation of the quasi-incompressible fluid element, presented at ECCOMMAS conference on Coupled Problems, Ibiza, Spain, 23-26/05/2007, Authors: P. Ryzhakov, R. Rossi, S.Idelsohn, E. Oñate<br />
<br />
On the application of adaptive mesh refinement to the Particle Finite Element Method, first south-east european conference in Computational Mechanics, SEECCM06, Authors: P. Ryzhakov and R. Rossi<br />
<br />
Monolithic approach for the solution of the FSI problems using updated lagrangian formulation of the fluid domain, presented at GACM'07, Munich, Germany, 10-12/10/2007, P. Ryzhakov, R. Rossi, S.Idelsohn, E. Oñate<br />
<br />
A Monolithic FE Formulation for the Analysis of Membranes in Fluids, presented at Structural Membranes 2007, Barcelona, Spain, 17-19/09/2007. Authors: P. Ryzhakov, R. Rossi, S.Idelsohn, E. Oñate<br />
<br />
On the FSI in combustion chambers, presented at ECCOMMAS conference on Coupled Problems, Ibiza, Spain, 23-26/05/2007, Authors: P. Ryzhakov, R. Rossi, S.Idelsohn, E.<br />
<br />
An algorithm for polymer melting simulation, P. Ryzhakov, R. Rossi, E. Oñate, presented at METNUM-2009, Barcelona, Spaiain, 29/06/2009-02/08/2009 <br />
Quasi-incompressible updated lagrangian fluid and monolithic formulation for the the fluid-structure interaction problems involving highly deformable solids Pavel B. Ryzhakov, R. Rossi, S. Idelsohn and E. Oñate</div>Ryzhakovhttps://kratos-wiki.cimne.upc.edu/index.php/User:RyzhakovUser:Ryzhakov2009-04-25T20:33:51Z<p>Ryzhakov: </p>
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<div>Born in 1982 in Saint-Petersburg, Russia<br />
<br />
Education:<br />
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1999 - graduated from the School of Physics and Technology in Saint-Petersburg at Russian Academy of Science<br />
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1999-2003 - Bachelor of Science in Mechanical Engineering, University of Karlsruhe, Germany. Carl Siemens Scholarship award<br />
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2003-2005 - Master of Science with Honors in Computational Mechanics, TU Munich, Germany. Youth and Knowledge fellowship award, <br />
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2005-present - PhD student at International Center for Numerical Methods in Engineering, Barcelona, Spain<br />
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Professional Interests: CFD, multi-physics, compressible flows</div>Ryzhakovhttps://kratos-wiki.cimne.upc.edu/index.php/User:RyzhakovUser:Ryzhakov2009-04-25T20:31:06Z<p>Ryzhakov: New page: Education: 1999 - graduated from the School of Physics and Technology in Saint-Petersburg at Russian Academy of Science 1999-2003 - Bachelor of Science in Mechanical Engineering, Univers...</p>
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<div>Education:<br />
<br />
1999 - graduated from the School of Physics and Technology in Saint-Petersburg at Russian Academy of Science<br />
<br />
1999-2003 - Bachelor of Science in Mechanical Engineering, University of Karlsruhe, Germany. Carl Siemens Scholarship award<br />
<br />
2003-2005 - Master of Science with Honors in Computational Mechanics, TU Munich, Germany. Youth and Knowledge fellowship award, Member of Elite Bavarian Student Network<br />
<br />
2005-present - PhD student at International Center for Numerical Methods in Engineering, Barcelona, Spain<br />
<br />
Professional Interests: CFD, multi-physics, compressible flows</div>Ryzhakovhttps://kratos-wiki.cimne.upc.edu/index.php/Trigen_PFEM_refineTrigen PFEM refine2009-04-01T09:36:06Z<p>Ryzhakov: /* Validation example */</p>
<hr />
<div>== Variables Needed and their meaning ==<br />
The following 4 variables need to be defined in order to perform the re-meshing using "Trigen PFEM refine":<br />
<br />
IS_FLUID<br />
<br />
IS_STRUCTURE<br />
<br />
IS_BOUNDARY<br />
<br />
IS_FREE_SURFACE<br />
<br />
By default, only the elements of the fluid are re-created. Therefore, you have to mark all the nodes of the elements you are passing to the mesher as "IS_FLUID". All the nodes that might be added during adaptive the refinement (see add_nodes argument of the function ReGenerateMesh) have IS_FLUID=1.0 by default. <br />
<br />
IS_STRUCTURE switch is necessary to distinguish such parts of the domain as walls etc. Mesher treats the elements whose nodes have non-zero IS_STRUCTURE flag in a different way. The elements that have all nodes with IS_STRUCTURE=1.0 are automatically removed from the mesh.<br />
<br />
IS_BOUNDARY is necessary to determine the boundaries, that include free surfaces, and boundaries between the fluid anb the structure (i.e. between the fluid and the wall). <br />
<br />
IS_FREE_SURFACE is a flag that is set on the free-surfaces to 1.0 and 0.0 elsewhere. <br />
<br />
if any of these variables are not added in your application, an error will be thrown.<br />
<br />
== Input of the function ==<br />
<br />
For re-meshing using "Trigen PFEM refine" you need to execute one single function '''ReGenerateMesh'''. The function is defined as follows:<br />
<br />
'''ReGenerateMesh''' (ModelPart& ThisModelPart , Element const& rReferenceElement, Condition const& rReferenceBoundaryCondition, NodeEraseProcess& node_erase, bool rem_nodes = true, bool add_nodes=true, double my_alpha = 1.4, double h_factor=0.5)<br />
<br />
We shall have a closer look at each argument one has to pass to the function.<br />
<br />
1. '''ModelPart& ThisModelPart''': <br />
this is the model part you would like to re-mesh. see (Link to model_part for its meaning)<br />
<br />
2.''' Element const& rReferenceElement''': <br />
is the name (of type string) of the element that has to be re-created, e.g. if you are using standard incompressible fluid element of Kratos, you have to pass "Fluid2D" as an argument.<br />
<br />
3. '''Condition const& rReferenceBoundaryCondition''': <br />
is the name of condition that is to be re-created. If you are not using any condition (such as Face Pressure, or any of your custom-defined condition), just pass "Condition2D". Otherwise the name of you condition (e.g. "FacePressure2D")<br />
<br />
4. '''NodeEraseProcess& node_erase''': <br />
the function re-generate permits one to control the mesh quality. For this reason some nodes that cause mesh distortion (e.g. get too close to one another) can to be removed from the mesh. The "Trigen Mesh refine" identifies those nodes automatically, but to remove those nodes from the database, one needs to use the NodeEraseProcess, which is a standard process of Kratos. Therefore, you should create this process beforehand, and then pass it to the ReGenerateMesh function as an argument. See the example section to undesrtand exactly how to implement this.<br />
<br />
5. '''bool rem_nodes''': <br />
is the switch used to allow derefinement, i.e. nodes removal. If you shall like to remove the nodes that come too close (see the h_factor explanation for an exact meaning of "too close"), you have to pass "True" here. If you do not want any node to be removed, pass "False". By default the switch is activated as "True".<br />
<br />
6. '''bool add_nodes''' : <br />
is a smiliar switch, now permitting refinement, i.e. adding nodes. Pass "True" or "False" depending on weather you would like to refine your mesh or not.<br />
<br />
7. '''double my_alpha = 1.4''': <br />
is a alpha shape parameter, that defines a geomertrical criterion for recognition of the free surfaces. Values between 1.4 and 1.7 are usually used. For details see "Alpha Shape Method"<br />
<br />
8. '''double h_factor = 0.5''': <br />
if you decide to control the mesh quality, you shouldnt allow nodes to approach each other "too much". This "too much" is defined as the fraction of the original length of the elemental edge '''e'''. If you set the h_factor to 0.5 all the nodes that find themselves closer to the given one than 0.5*'''e''' will be removed<br />
<br />
== Brief description of the algorithm ==<br />
<br />
Trigen PFEM refine performs the re-meshing in 3 major steps.<br />
<br />
'''Step 1'''<br />
<br />
Step 1 consists in identification and erasing (in case the '''bool erase_nodes''' is activated as "True") of the nodes that come too close to each other. A binary tree search is performed in order to find all the nodes that lie within '''h_factor'''*'''e''' radius around the given node. '''e''' is approximately equal to the initial inter-nodal distance of the undeformed mesh, that is stored before the beginning of the simulation. The nodes that lie within this radius will be removed.<br />
<br />
'''Step 2'''<br />
<br />
Step 2 consists in the free surface identification and removal of the distorted elements. This is done using the alpha-shape techniques. The radius of the circles containing three nodes of an element are compared with an average element size. The final domain boundary and the preliminary mesh of the domain interior is created at this step.<br />
<br />
'''Step 3'''<br />
<br />
Step 3 consists in the refinement of the mesh generated at '''Step 2''' in case '''bool add_nodes''' is activated as "True". If wants to perform the "user-defined" adaptive refinement, one has to pass the desired element size to the mesher. This is done by prescribing the corresponding '''NODAL_H''' (that is roughly the average of the height lengths of the elements in the patch around the given node). Then the mesher will intent to create an element whose volume will be as close as possible to the equidistant triangle of the volume 0.5*(1.5*prescribed_h*1.5*prescribed_h), where prescibed_h=0.333(NODAL_H1+NODAL_H2+NODAL_H3), NODAL_Hi being the NODAL_H of the elements' nodes.<br />
<br />
== Common Usage Errors ==<br />
<br />
<br />
ERROR n1<br />
<br />
A very common error is not setting the '''IS_FLUID''' flag to 1.0 for the nodes of the model part that you pass for re-meshing. Then all the elements will be deleted. Do (in python):<br />
<br />
for node in model_part_for_remeshing.Nodes:<br />
node.SetSolutionStepValue(IS_FLUID, 0, 1.0)<br />
<br />
to make sure it is set.<br />
<br />
<br />
ERROR n2<br />
<br />
Another error results, when the element name you pass to ReGenerateMesh does not coincide with the one inside the original *.elem file of your model.<br />
<br />
ERROR n3 <br />
<br />
This error can even beat ERROR n1 as to the frequency that it occurs. When you are using the TrigenPFEMRefine in conjunction with some application (say IncompressibleFluidApplication), do not forget to add the MeshingApplication to the application interface. <br />
<br />
applications_interface.Import_MeshingApplication = True<br />
<br />
ERROR n4<br />
<br />
If you are assigning manually the desired element size (by prescribing '''NODAL_H'''), make sure that the '''bool add_nodes''' switch of the ReGenerateMesh function is set to '''True'''. Otherwise alpha shape will delete the elements and now new ones will be created.<br />
<br />
== Validation example ==<br />
*Description of the Validation Example<br />
Validation example is provided inside: adaptive_mesher2d.gid folder. This example performs refinement and de-refinement in a sequence of circular areas withing a rectangular domain. The analytical solution of the DISPLACEMENT_X is initially prescribed to all existing nodes at the beginning. Then the mesher adds and removes nodes, and the difference between the prescribed value and the value that results when the new node is inserted (and therefore interpolation is performed) is checked. Once this difference exceeds the prescribed tolerance (10E-8), an error is thrown if you are running an example in the benchamarking mode.<br />
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*File to be looked at to get an example of use</div>Ryzhakovhttps://kratos-wiki.cimne.upc.edu/index.php/Trigen_PFEM_refineTrigen PFEM refine2009-04-01T09:31:44Z<p>Ryzhakov: /* Common Usage Errors */</p>
<hr />
<div>== Variables Needed and their meaning ==<br />
The following 4 variables need to be defined in order to perform the re-meshing using "Trigen PFEM refine":<br />
<br />
IS_FLUID<br />
<br />
IS_STRUCTURE<br />
<br />
IS_BOUNDARY<br />
<br />
IS_FREE_SURFACE<br />
<br />
By default, only the elements of the fluid are re-created. Therefore, you have to mark all the nodes of the elements you are passing to the mesher as "IS_FLUID". All the nodes that might be added during adaptive the refinement (see add_nodes argument of the function ReGenerateMesh) have IS_FLUID=1.0 by default. <br />
<br />
IS_STRUCTURE switch is necessary to distinguish such parts of the domain as walls etc. Mesher treats the elements whose nodes have non-zero IS_STRUCTURE flag in a different way. The elements that have all nodes with IS_STRUCTURE=1.0 are automatically removed from the mesh.<br />
<br />
IS_BOUNDARY is necessary to determine the boundaries, that include free surfaces, and boundaries between the fluid anb the structure (i.e. between the fluid and the wall). <br />
<br />
IS_FREE_SURFACE is a flag that is set on the free-surfaces to 1.0 and 0.0 elsewhere. <br />
<br />
if any of these variables are not added in your application, an error will be thrown.<br />
<br />
== Input of the function ==<br />
<br />
For re-meshing using "Trigen PFEM refine" you need to execute one single function '''ReGenerateMesh'''. The function is defined as follows:<br />
<br />
'''ReGenerateMesh''' (ModelPart& ThisModelPart , Element const& rReferenceElement, Condition const& rReferenceBoundaryCondition, NodeEraseProcess& node_erase, bool rem_nodes = true, bool add_nodes=true, double my_alpha = 1.4, double h_factor=0.5)<br />
<br />
We shall have a closer look at each argument one has to pass to the function.<br />
<br />
1. '''ModelPart& ThisModelPart''': <br />
this is the model part you would like to re-mesh. see (Link to model_part for its meaning)<br />
<br />
2.''' Element const& rReferenceElement''': <br />
is the name (of type string) of the element that has to be re-created, e.g. if you are using standard incompressible fluid element of Kratos, you have to pass "Fluid2D" as an argument.<br />
<br />
3. '''Condition const& rReferenceBoundaryCondition''': <br />
is the name of condition that is to be re-created. If you are not using any condition (such as Face Pressure, or any of your custom-defined condition), just pass "Condition2D". Otherwise the name of you condition (e.g. "FacePressure2D")<br />
<br />
4. '''NodeEraseProcess& node_erase''': <br />
the function re-generate permits one to control the mesh quality. For this reason some nodes that cause mesh distortion (e.g. get too close to one another) can to be removed from the mesh. The "Trigen Mesh refine" identifies those nodes automatically, but to remove those nodes from the database, one needs to use the NodeEraseProcess, which is a standard process of Kratos. Therefore, you should create this process beforehand, and then pass it to the ReGenerateMesh function as an argument. See the example section to undesrtand exactly how to implement this.<br />
<br />
5. '''bool rem_nodes''': <br />
is the switch used to allow derefinement, i.e. nodes removal. If you shall like to remove the nodes that come too close (see the h_factor explanation for an exact meaning of "too close"), you have to pass "True" here. If you do not want any node to be removed, pass "False". By default the switch is activated as "True".<br />
<br />
6. '''bool add_nodes''' : <br />
is a smiliar switch, now permitting refinement, i.e. adding nodes. Pass "True" or "False" depending on weather you would like to refine your mesh or not.<br />
<br />
7. '''double my_alpha = 1.4''': <br />
is a alpha shape parameter, that defines a geomertrical criterion for recognition of the free surfaces. Values between 1.4 and 1.7 are usually used. For details see "Alpha Shape Method"<br />
<br />
8. '''double h_factor = 0.5''': <br />
if you decide to control the mesh quality, you shouldnt allow nodes to approach each other "too much". This "too much" is defined as the fraction of the original length of the elemental edge '''e'''. If you set the h_factor to 0.5 all the nodes that find themselves closer to the given one than 0.5*'''e''' will be removed<br />
<br />
== Brief description of the algorithm ==<br />
<br />
Trigen PFEM refine performs the re-meshing in 3 major steps.<br />
<br />
'''Step 1'''<br />
<br />
Step 1 consists in identification and erasing (in case the '''bool erase_nodes''' is activated as "True") of the nodes that come too close to each other. A binary tree search is performed in order to find all the nodes that lie within '''h_factor'''*'''e''' radius around the given node. '''e''' is approximately equal to the initial inter-nodal distance of the undeformed mesh, that is stored before the beginning of the simulation. The nodes that lie within this radius will be removed.<br />
<br />
'''Step 2'''<br />
<br />
Step 2 consists in the free surface identification and removal of the distorted elements. This is done using the alpha-shape techniques. The radius of the circles containing three nodes of an element are compared with an average element size. The final domain boundary and the preliminary mesh of the domain interior is created at this step.<br />
<br />
'''Step 3'''<br />
<br />
Step 3 consists in the refinement of the mesh generated at '''Step 2''' in case '''bool add_nodes''' is activated as "True". If wants to perform the "user-defined" adaptive refinement, one has to pass the desired element size to the mesher. This is done by prescribing the corresponding '''NODAL_H''' (that is roughly the average of the height lengths of the elements in the patch around the given node). Then the mesher will intent to create an element whose volume will be as close as possible to the equidistant triangle of the volume 0.5*(1.5*prescribed_h*1.5*prescribed_h), where prescibed_h=0.333(NODAL_H1+NODAL_H2+NODAL_H3), NODAL_Hi being the NODAL_H of the elements' nodes.<br />
<br />
== Common Usage Errors ==<br />
<br />
<br />
ERROR n1<br />
<br />
A very common error is not setting the '''IS_FLUID''' flag to 1.0 for the nodes of the model part that you pass for re-meshing. Then all the elements will be deleted. Do (in python):<br />
<br />
for node in model_part_for_remeshing.Nodes:<br />
node.SetSolutionStepValue(IS_FLUID, 0, 1.0)<br />
<br />
to make sure it is set.<br />
<br />
<br />
ERROR n2<br />
<br />
Another error results, when the element name you pass to ReGenerateMesh does not coincide with the one inside the original *.elem file of your model.<br />
<br />
ERROR n3 <br />
<br />
This error can even beat ERROR n1 as to the frequency that it occurs. When you are using the TrigenPFEMRefine in conjunction with some application (say IncompressibleFluidApplication), do not forget to add the MeshingApplication to the application interface. <br />
<br />
applications_interface.Import_MeshingApplication = True<br />
<br />
ERROR n4<br />
<br />
If you are assigning manually the desired element size (by prescribing '''NODAL_H'''), make sure that the '''bool add_nodes''' switch of the ReGenerateMesh function is set to '''True'''. Otherwise alpha shape will delete the elements and now new ones will be created.<br />
<br />
== Validation example ==<br />
*Description of the Validation Example<br />
*File to be looked at to get an example of use</div>Ryzhakovhttps://kratos-wiki.cimne.upc.edu/index.php/Who_are_weWho are we2009-03-30T09:16:23Z<p>Ryzhakov: /* In Barcelona (Spain): */</p>
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<div>Hello everyone ... here it is the Kratos Team, in the order at which we joined the project!<br />
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== In Barcelona (Spain): ==<br />
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{|<br />
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* Dr. Pooyan Davdand <br />
| "''The Father''" <br />
| [mailto:pooyan@cimne.upc.edu pooyan@cimne.upc.edu] <br />
| [[User:Pooyan | '''Pooyan''']]<br />
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* Dr. Riccardo Rossi <br />
| "''The Godfather''" <br />
| [mailto:rrossi@cimne.upc.edu rrossi@cimne.upc.edu]<br />
| [[User:Rrossi | '''Rrossi''']]<br />
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* Ing. Pavel Borisovich Ryzhakov <br />
| "''The naughty child''" <br />
| [mailto:ryzhakov@yahoo.com ryzhakov@yahoo.com]<br />
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| [[User:Kazem | '''Kazem''']]<br />
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|<br />
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| <br />
* Dr. Javier Mora<br />
|<br />
| [mailto:mora@cimne.upc.edu mora@cimne.upc.edu]<br />
| [[User:JMora | '''JMora''']]<br />
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* Mr. Markus May<br />
|<br />
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| [[User:Markus | '''Markus''']]<br />
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* Ing. Farshid Mossaiby<br />
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| [[User:Mossaiby | '''Mossaiby''']]<br />
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| [[User:Amir | '''Amir''']]<br />
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|and of course:<br />
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| <br />
* Prof. Eugenio Oñate<br />
| ''"The Boss"''<br />
| [mailto:onate@cimne.upc.edu onate@cimne.upc.edu]<br />
| <br />
|<br />
|}<br />
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== In Bochum (Germany): ==<br />
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{|<br />
|-<br />
| <br />
* Dipl.-Ing. Janosch Stascheit<br />
| &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp;<br />
| [mailto:janosch.stascheit@rub.de janosch.stascheit@rub.de]<br />
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| [mailto:felix.nagel@rub.de felix.nagel@rub.de]<br />
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[[Category:Miscellaneous]]</div>Ryzhakovhttps://kratos-wiki.cimne.upc.edu/index.php/Trigen_PFEM_refineTrigen PFEM refine2009-03-30T09:13:04Z<p>Ryzhakov: /* Brief description of the algorithm */</p>
<hr />
<div>== Variables Needed and their meaning ==<br />
The following 4 variables need to be defined in order to perform the re-meshing using "Trigen PFEM refine":<br />
<br />
IS_FLUID<br />
<br />
IS_STRUCTURE<br />
<br />
IS_BOUNDARY<br />
<br />
IS_FREE_SURFACE<br />
<br />
By default, only the elements of the fluid are re-created. Therefore, you have to mark all the nodes of the elements you are passing to the mesher as "IS_FLUID". All the nodes that might be added during adaptive the refinement (see add_nodes argument of the function ReGenerateMesh) have IS_FLUID=1.0 by default. <br />
<br />
IS_STRUCTURE switch is necessary to distinguish such parts of the domain as walls etc. Mesher treats the elements whose nodes have non-zero IS_STRUCTURE flag in a different way. The elements that have all nodes with IS_STRUCTURE=1.0 are automatically removed from the mesh.<br />
<br />
IS_BOUNDARY is necessary to determine the boundaries, that include free surfaces, and boundaries between the fluid anb the structure (i.e. between the fluid and the wall). <br />
<br />
IS_FREE_SURFACE is a flag that is set on the free-surfaces to 1.0 and 0.0 elsewhere. <br />
<br />
if any of these variables are not added in your application, an error will be thrown.<br />
<br />
== Input of the function ==<br />
<br />
For re-meshing using "Trigen PFEM refine" you need to execute one single function '''ReGenerateMesh'''. The function is defined as follows:<br />
<br />
'''ReGenerateMesh''' (ModelPart& ThisModelPart , Element const& rReferenceElement, Condition const& rReferenceBoundaryCondition, NodeEraseProcess& node_erase, bool rem_nodes = true, bool add_nodes=true, double my_alpha = 1.4, double h_factor=0.5)<br />
<br />
We shall have a closer look at each argument one has to pass to the function.<br />
<br />
1. '''ModelPart& ThisModelPart''': <br />
this is the model part you would like to re-mesh. see (Link to model_part for its meaning)<br />
<br />
2.''' Element const& rReferenceElement''': <br />
is the name (of type string) of the element that has to be re-created, e.g. if you are using standard incompressible fluid element of Kratos, you have to pass "Fluid2D" as an argument.<br />
<br />
3. '''Condition const& rReferenceBoundaryCondition''': <br />
is the name of condition that is to be re-created. If you are not using any condition (such as Face Pressure, or any of your custom-defined condition), just pass "Condition2D". Otherwise the name of you condition (e.g. "FacePressure2D")<br />
<br />
4. '''NodeEraseProcess& node_erase''': <br />
the function re-generate permits one to control the mesh quality. For this reason some nodes that cause mesh distortion (e.g. get too close to one another) can to be removed from the mesh. The "Trigen Mesh refine" identifies those nodes automatically, but to remove those nodes from the database, one needs to use the NodeEraseProcess, which is a standard process of Kratos. Therefore, you should create this process beforehand, and then pass it to the ReGenerateMesh function as an argument. See the example section to undesrtand exactly how to implement this.<br />
<br />
5. '''bool rem_nodes''': <br />
is the switch used to allow derefinement, i.e. nodes removal. If you shall like to remove the nodes that come too close (see the h_factor explanation for an exact meaning of "too close"), you have to pass "True" here. If you do not want any node to be removed, pass "False". By default the switch is activated as "True".<br />
<br />
6. '''bool add_nodes''' : <br />
is a smiliar switch, now permitting refinement, i.e. adding nodes. Pass "True" or "False" depending on weather you would like to refine your mesh or not.<br />
<br />
7. '''double my_alpha = 1.4''': <br />
is a alpha shape parameter, that defines a geomertrical criterion for recognition of the free surfaces. Values between 1.4 and 1.7 are usually used. For details see "Alpha Shape Method"<br />
<br />
8. '''double h_factor = 0.5''': <br />
if you decide to control the mesh quality, you shouldnt allow nodes to approach each other "too much". This "too much" is defined as the fraction of the original length of the elemental edge '''e'''. If you set the h_factor to 0.5 all the nodes that find themselves closer to the given one than 0.5*'''e''' will be removed<br />
<br />
== Brief description of the algorithm ==<br />
<br />
Trigen PFEM refine performs the re-meshing in 3 major steps.<br />
<br />
'''Step 1'''<br />
<br />
Step 1 consists in identification and erasing (in case the '''bool erase_nodes''' is activated as "True") of the nodes that come too close to each other. A binary tree search is performed in order to find all the nodes that lie within '''h_factor'''*'''e''' radius around the given node. '''e''' is approximately equal to the initial inter-nodal distance of the undeformed mesh, that is stored before the beginning of the simulation. The nodes that lie within this radius will be removed.<br />
<br />
'''Step 2'''<br />
<br />
Step 2 consists in the free surface identification and removal of the distorted elements. This is done using the alpha-shape techniques. The radius of the circles containing three nodes of an element are compared with an average element size. The final domain boundary and the preliminary mesh of the domain interior is created at this step.<br />
<br />
'''Step 3'''<br />
<br />
Step 3 consists in the refinement of the mesh generated at '''Step 2''' in case '''bool add_nodes''' is activated as "True". If wants to perform the "user-defined" adaptive refinement, one has to pass the desired element size to the mesher. This is done by prescribing the corresponding '''NODAL_H''' (that is roughly the average of the height lengths of the elements in the patch around the given node). Then the mesher will intent to create an element whose volume will be as close as possible to the equidistant triangle of the volume 0.5*(1.5*prescribed_h*1.5*prescribed_h), where prescibed_h=0.333(NODAL_H1+NODAL_H2+NODAL_H3), NODAL_Hi being the NODAL_H of the elements' nodes.<br />
<br />
== Common Usage Errors ==<br />
<br />
<br />
ERROR n1<br />
<br />
A very common error is not setting the '''IS_FLUID''' flag to 1.0 for the nodes of the model part that you pass for re-meshing. Then all the elements will be deleted. Do (in python):<br />
<br />
for node in model_part_for_remeshing.Nodes:<br />
node.SetSolutionStepValue(IS_FLUID, 0, 1.0)<br />
<br />
to make sure it is set.<br />
<br />
<br />
ERROR n2<br />
<br />
Another error results, when the element name you pass to ReGenerateMesh does not coincide with the one inside the original *.elem file of your model.<br />
<br />
ERROR n3 <br />
<br />
This error can even beat ERROR n1 as to the frequency that it occurs. When you are using the TrigenPFEMRefine in conjunction with some application (say IncompressibleFluidApplication), do not forget to add the MeshingApplication to the application interface. <br />
<br />
applications_interface.Import_MeshingApplication = True<br />
<br />
== Validation example ==<br />
*Description of the Validation Example<br />
*File to be looked at to get an example of use</div>Ryzhakovhttps://kratos-wiki.cimne.upc.edu/index.php/Trigen_PFEM_refineTrigen PFEM refine2009-03-30T09:11:54Z<p>Ryzhakov: /* brief description of the algorithm */</p>
<hr />
<div>== Variables Needed and their meaning ==<br />
The following 4 variables need to be defined in order to perform the re-meshing using "Trigen PFEM refine":<br />
<br />
IS_FLUID<br />
<br />
IS_STRUCTURE<br />
<br />
IS_BOUNDARY<br />
<br />
IS_FREE_SURFACE<br />
<br />
By default, only the elements of the fluid are re-created. Therefore, you have to mark all the nodes of the elements you are passing to the mesher as "IS_FLUID". All the nodes that might be added during adaptive the refinement (see add_nodes argument of the function ReGenerateMesh) have IS_FLUID=1.0 by default. <br />
<br />
IS_STRUCTURE switch is necessary to distinguish such parts of the domain as walls etc. Mesher treats the elements whose nodes have non-zero IS_STRUCTURE flag in a different way. The elements that have all nodes with IS_STRUCTURE=1.0 are automatically removed from the mesh.<br />
<br />
IS_BOUNDARY is necessary to determine the boundaries, that include free surfaces, and boundaries between the fluid anb the structure (i.e. between the fluid and the wall). <br />
<br />
IS_FREE_SURFACE is a flag that is set on the free-surfaces to 1.0 and 0.0 elsewhere. <br />
<br />
if any of these variables are not added in your application, an error will be thrown.<br />
<br />
== Input of the function ==<br />
<br />
For re-meshing using "Trigen PFEM refine" you need to execute one single function '''ReGenerateMesh'''. The function is defined as follows:<br />
<br />
'''ReGenerateMesh''' (ModelPart& ThisModelPart , Element const& rReferenceElement, Condition const& rReferenceBoundaryCondition, NodeEraseProcess& node_erase, bool rem_nodes = true, bool add_nodes=true, double my_alpha = 1.4, double h_factor=0.5)<br />
<br />
We shall have a closer look at each argument one has to pass to the function.<br />
<br />
1. '''ModelPart& ThisModelPart''': <br />
this is the model part you would like to re-mesh. see (Link to model_part for its meaning)<br />
<br />
2.''' Element const& rReferenceElement''': <br />
is the name (of type string) of the element that has to be re-created, e.g. if you are using standard incompressible fluid element of Kratos, you have to pass "Fluid2D" as an argument.<br />
<br />
3. '''Condition const& rReferenceBoundaryCondition''': <br />
is the name of condition that is to be re-created. If you are not using any condition (such as Face Pressure, or any of your custom-defined condition), just pass "Condition2D". Otherwise the name of you condition (e.g. "FacePressure2D")<br />
<br />
4. '''NodeEraseProcess& node_erase''': <br />
the function re-generate permits one to control the mesh quality. For this reason some nodes that cause mesh distortion (e.g. get too close to one another) can to be removed from the mesh. The "Trigen Mesh refine" identifies those nodes automatically, but to remove those nodes from the database, one needs to use the NodeEraseProcess, which is a standard process of Kratos. Therefore, you should create this process beforehand, and then pass it to the ReGenerateMesh function as an argument. See the example section to undesrtand exactly how to implement this.<br />
<br />
5. '''bool rem_nodes''': <br />
is the switch used to allow derefinement, i.e. nodes removal. If you shall like to remove the nodes that come too close (see the h_factor explanation for an exact meaning of "too close"), you have to pass "True" here. If you do not want any node to be removed, pass "False". By default the switch is activated as "True".<br />
<br />
6. '''bool add_nodes''' : <br />
is a smiliar switch, now permitting refinement, i.e. adding nodes. Pass "True" or "False" depending on weather you would like to refine your mesh or not.<br />
<br />
7. '''double my_alpha = 1.4''': <br />
is a alpha shape parameter, that defines a geomertrical criterion for recognition of the free surfaces. Values between 1.4 and 1.7 are usually used. For details see "Alpha Shape Method"<br />
<br />
8. '''double h_factor = 0.5''': <br />
if you decide to control the mesh quality, you shouldnt allow nodes to approach each other "too much". This "too much" is defined as the fraction of the original length of the elemental edge '''e'''. If you set the h_factor to 0.5 all the nodes that find themselves closer to the given one than 0.5*'''e''' will be removed<br />
<br />
== Brief description of the algorithm ==<br />
<br />
Trigen PFEM refine performs the re-meshing in 3 major steps.<br />
<br />
Step 1<br />
<br />
Step 1 consists in identification and erasing (in case the '''bool erase_nodes''' is activated as "True") of the nodes that come too close to each other. A binary tree search is performed in order to find all the nodes that lie within '''h_factor'''*'''e''' radius around the given node. '''e''' is approximately equal to the initial inter-nodal distance of the undeformed mesh, that is stored before the beginning of the simulation. The nodes that lie within this radius will be removed.<br />
<br />
Step 2 consists in the free surface identification and removal of the distorted elements. This is done using the alpha-shape techniques. The radius of the circles containing three nodes of an element are compared with an average element size. The final domain boundary and the preliminary mesh of the domain interior is created at this step.<br />
<br />
Step 3 consists in the refinement of the mesh generated at Step 2 in case "bool add_nodes" is activated as "True". If wants to perform the "user-defined" adaptive refinement, one has to pass the desired element size to the mesher. This is done by prescribing the corresponding NODAL_H (that is roughly the average of the height lengths of the elements in the patch around the given node). Then the mesher will intent to create an element whose volume will be as close as possible to the equidistant triangle of the volume 0.5*(1.5*prescribed_h*1.5*prescribed_h), where prescibed_h=0.333(NODAL_H1+NODAL_H2+NODAL_H3), NODAL_Hi being the NODAL_H of the elements' nodes.<br />
<br />
== Common Usage Errors ==<br />
<br />
<br />
ERROR n1<br />
<br />
A very common error is not setting the '''IS_FLUID''' flag to 1.0 for the nodes of the model part that you pass for re-meshing. Then all the elements will be deleted. Do (in python):<br />
<br />
for node in model_part_for_remeshing.Nodes:<br />
node.SetSolutionStepValue(IS_FLUID, 0, 1.0)<br />
<br />
to make sure it is set.<br />
<br />
<br />
ERROR n2<br />
<br />
Another error results, when the element name you pass to ReGenerateMesh does not coincide with the one inside the original *.elem file of your model.<br />
<br />
ERROR n3 <br />
<br />
This error can even beat ERROR n1 as to the frequency that it occurs. When you are using the TrigenPFEMRefine in conjunction with some application (say IncompressibleFluidApplication), do not forget to add the MeshingApplication to the application interface. <br />
<br />
applications_interface.Import_MeshingApplication = True<br />
<br />
== Validation example ==<br />
*Description of the Validation Example<br />
*File to be looked at to get an example of use</div>Ryzhakovhttps://kratos-wiki.cimne.upc.edu/index.php/Trigen_PFEM_refineTrigen PFEM refine2009-03-30T08:53:03Z<p>Ryzhakov: /* Common Usage Errors */</p>
<hr />
<div>== Variables Needed and their meaning ==<br />
The following 4 variables need to be defined in order to perform the re-meshing using "Trigen PFEM refine":<br />
<br />
IS_FLUID<br />
<br />
IS_STRUCTURE<br />
<br />
IS_BOUNDARY<br />
<br />
IS_FREE_SURFACE<br />
<br />
By default, only the elements of the fluid are re-created. Therefore, you have to mark all the nodes of the elements you are passing to the mesher as "IS_FLUID". All the nodes that might be added during adaptive the refinement (see add_nodes argument of the function ReGenerateMesh) have IS_FLUID=1.0 by default. <br />
<br />
IS_STRUCTURE switch is necessary to distinguish such parts of the domain as walls etc. Mesher treats the elements whose nodes have non-zero IS_STRUCTURE flag in a different way. The elements that have all nodes with IS_STRUCTURE=1.0 are automatically removed from the mesh.<br />
<br />
IS_BOUNDARY is necessary to determine the boundaries, that include free surfaces, and boundaries between the fluid anb the structure (i.e. between the fluid and the wall). <br />
<br />
IS_FREE_SURFACE is a flag that is set on the free-surfaces to 1.0 and 0.0 elsewhere. <br />
<br />
if any of these variables are not added in your application, an error will be thrown.<br />
<br />
== Input of the function ==<br />
<br />
For re-meshing using "Trigen PFEM refine" you need to execute one single function '''ReGenerateMesh'''. The function is defined as follows:<br />
<br />
'''ReGenerateMesh''' (ModelPart& ThisModelPart , Element const& rReferenceElement, Condition const& rReferenceBoundaryCondition, NodeEraseProcess& node_erase, bool rem_nodes = true, bool add_nodes=true, double my_alpha = 1.4, double h_factor=0.5)<br />
<br />
We shall have a closer look at each argument one has to pass to the function.<br />
<br />
1. '''ModelPart& ThisModelPart''': <br />
this is the model part you would like to re-mesh. see (Link to model_part for its meaning)<br />
<br />
2.''' Element const& rReferenceElement''': <br />
is the name (of type string) of the element that has to be re-created, e.g. if you are using standard incompressible fluid element of Kratos, you have to pass "Fluid2D" as an argument.<br />
<br />
3. '''Condition const& rReferenceBoundaryCondition''': <br />
is the name of condition that is to be re-created. If you are not using any condition (such as Face Pressure, or any of your custom-defined condition), just pass "Condition2D". Otherwise the name of you condition (e.g. "FacePressure2D")<br />
<br />
4. '''NodeEraseProcess& node_erase''': <br />
the function re-generate permits one to control the mesh quality. For this reason some nodes that cause mesh distortion (e.g. get too close to one another) can to be removed from the mesh. The "Trigen Mesh refine" identifies those nodes automatically, but to remove those nodes from the database, one needs to use the NodeEraseProcess, which is a standard process of Kratos. Therefore, you should create this process beforehand, and then pass it to the ReGenerateMesh function as an argument. See the example section to undesrtand exactly how to implement this.<br />
<br />
5. '''bool rem_nodes''': <br />
is the switch used to allow derefinement, i.e. nodes removal. If you shall like to remove the nodes that come too close (see the h_factor explanation for an exact meaning of "too close"), you have to pass "True" here. If you do not want any node to be removed, pass "False". By default the switch is activated as "True".<br />
<br />
6. '''bool add_nodes''' : <br />
is a smiliar switch, now permitting refinement, i.e. adding nodes. Pass "True" or "False" depending on weather you would like to refine your mesh or not.<br />
<br />
7. '''double my_alpha = 1.4''': <br />
is a alpha shape parameter, that defines a geomertrical criterion for recognition of the free surfaces. Values between 1.4 and 1.7 are usually used. For details see "Alpha Shape Method"<br />
<br />
8. '''double h_factor = 0.5''': <br />
if you decide to control the mesh quality, you shouldnt allow nodes to approach each other "too much". This "too much" is defined as the fraction of the original length of the elemental edge '''e'''. If you set the h_factor to 0.5 all the nodes that find themselves closer to the given one than 0.5*'''e''' will be removed<br />
<br />
== brief description of the algorithm ==<br />
== Common Usage Errors ==<br />
<br />
<br />
ERROR n1<br />
<br />
A very common error is not setting the '''IS_FLUID''' flag to 1.0 for the nodes of the model part that you pass for re-meshing. Then all the elements will be deleted. Do (in python):<br />
<br />
for node in model_part_for_remeshing.Nodes:<br />
node.SetSolutionStepValue(IS_FLUID, 0, 1.0)<br />
<br />
to make sure it is set.<br />
<br />
<br />
ERROR n2<br />
<br />
Another error results, when the element name you pass to ReGenerateMesh does not coincide with the one inside the original *.elem file of your model.<br />
<br />
ERROR n3 <br />
<br />
This error can even beat ERROR n1 as to the frequency that it occurs. When you are using the TrigenPFEMRefine in conjunction with some application (say IncompressibleFluidApplication), do not forget to add the MeshingApplication to the application interface. <br />
<br />
applications_interface.Import_MeshingApplication = True<br />
<br />
== Validation example ==<br />
*Description of the Validation Example<br />
*File to be looked at to get an example of use</div>Ryzhakovhttps://kratos-wiki.cimne.upc.edu/index.php/Trigen_PFEM_refineTrigen PFEM refine2009-03-30T08:46:08Z<p>Ryzhakov: /* Input needed to the function */</p>
<hr />
<div>== Variables Needed and their meaning ==<br />
The following 4 variables need to be defined in order to perform the re-meshing using "Trigen PFEM refine":<br />
<br />
IS_FLUID<br />
<br />
IS_STRUCTURE<br />
<br />
IS_BOUNDARY<br />
<br />
IS_FREE_SURFACE<br />
<br />
By default, only the elements of the fluid are re-created. Therefore, you have to mark all the nodes of the elements you are passing to the mesher as "IS_FLUID". All the nodes that might be added during adaptive the refinement (see add_nodes argument of the function ReGenerateMesh) have IS_FLUID=1.0 by default. <br />
<br />
IS_STRUCTURE switch is necessary to distinguish such parts of the domain as walls etc. Mesher treats the elements whose nodes have non-zero IS_STRUCTURE flag in a different way. The elements that have all nodes with IS_STRUCTURE=1.0 are automatically removed from the mesh.<br />
<br />
IS_BOUNDARY is necessary to determine the boundaries, that include free surfaces, and boundaries between the fluid anb the structure (i.e. between the fluid and the wall). <br />
<br />
IS_FREE_SURFACE is a flag that is set on the free-surfaces to 1.0 and 0.0 elsewhere. <br />
<br />
if any of these variables are not added in your application, an error will be thrown.<br />
<br />
== Input of the function ==<br />
<br />
For re-meshing using "Trigen PFEM refine" you need to execute one single function '''ReGenerateMesh'''. The function is defined as follows:<br />
<br />
'''ReGenerateMesh''' (ModelPart& ThisModelPart , Element const& rReferenceElement, Condition const& rReferenceBoundaryCondition, NodeEraseProcess& node_erase, bool rem_nodes = true, bool add_nodes=true, double my_alpha = 1.4, double h_factor=0.5)<br />
<br />
We shall have a closer look at each argument one has to pass to the function.<br />
<br />
1. '''ModelPart& ThisModelPart''': <br />
this is the model part you would like to re-mesh. see (Link to model_part for its meaning)<br />
<br />
2.''' Element const& rReferenceElement''': <br />
is the name (of type string) of the element that has to be re-created, e.g. if you are using standard incompressible fluid element of Kratos, you have to pass "Fluid2D" as an argument.<br />
<br />
3. '''Condition const& rReferenceBoundaryCondition''': <br />
is the name of condition that is to be re-created. If you are not using any condition (such as Face Pressure, or any of your custom-defined condition), just pass "Condition2D". Otherwise the name of you condition (e.g. "FacePressure2D")<br />
<br />
4. '''NodeEraseProcess& node_erase''': <br />
the function re-generate permits one to control the mesh quality. For this reason some nodes that cause mesh distortion (e.g. get too close to one another) can to be removed from the mesh. The "Trigen Mesh refine" identifies those nodes automatically, but to remove those nodes from the database, one needs to use the NodeEraseProcess, which is a standard process of Kratos. Therefore, you should create this process beforehand, and then pass it to the ReGenerateMesh function as an argument. See the example section to undesrtand exactly how to implement this.<br />
<br />
5. '''bool rem_nodes''': <br />
is the switch used to allow derefinement, i.e. nodes removal. If you shall like to remove the nodes that come too close (see the h_factor explanation for an exact meaning of "too close"), you have to pass "True" here. If you do not want any node to be removed, pass "False". By default the switch is activated as "True".<br />
<br />
6. '''bool add_nodes''' : <br />
is a smiliar switch, now permitting refinement, i.e. adding nodes. Pass "True" or "False" depending on weather you would like to refine your mesh or not.<br />
<br />
7. '''double my_alpha = 1.4''': <br />
is a alpha shape parameter, that defines a geomertrical criterion for recognition of the free surfaces. Values between 1.4 and 1.7 are usually used. For details see "Alpha Shape Method"<br />
<br />
8. '''double h_factor = 0.5''': <br />
if you decide to control the mesh quality, you shouldnt allow nodes to approach each other "too much". This "too much" is defined as the fraction of the original length of the elemental edge '''e'''. If you set the h_factor to 0.5 all the nodes that find themselves closer to the given one than 0.5*'''e''' will be removed<br />
<br />
== brief description of the algorithm ==<br />
== Common Usage Errors ==<br />
== Validation example ==<br />
*Description of the Validation Example<br />
*File to be looked at to get an example of use</div>Ryzhakovhttps://kratos-wiki.cimne.upc.edu/index.php/Trigen_PFEM_refineTrigen PFEM refine2009-03-30T08:45:49Z<p>Ryzhakov: /* Variables Needed and their meaning */</p>
<hr />
<div>== Variables Needed and their meaning ==<br />
The following 4 variables need to be defined in order to perform the re-meshing using "Trigen PFEM refine":<br />
<br />
IS_FLUID<br />
<br />
IS_STRUCTURE<br />
<br />
IS_BOUNDARY<br />
<br />
IS_FREE_SURFACE<br />
<br />
By default, only the elements of the fluid are re-created. Therefore, you have to mark all the nodes of the elements you are passing to the mesher as "IS_FLUID". All the nodes that might be added during adaptive the refinement (see add_nodes argument of the function ReGenerateMesh) have IS_FLUID=1.0 by default. <br />
<br />
IS_STRUCTURE switch is necessary to distinguish such parts of the domain as walls etc. Mesher treats the elements whose nodes have non-zero IS_STRUCTURE flag in a different way. The elements that have all nodes with IS_STRUCTURE=1.0 are automatically removed from the mesh.<br />
<br />
IS_BOUNDARY is necessary to determine the boundaries, that include free surfaces, and boundaries between the fluid anb the structure (i.e. between the fluid and the wall). <br />
<br />
IS_FREE_SURFACE is a flag that is set on the free-surfaces to 1.0 and 0.0 elsewhere. <br />
<br />
if any of these variables are not added in your application, an error will be thrown.<br />
<br />
== Input needed to the function ==<br />
<br />
For re-meshing using "Trigen PFEM refine" you need to execute one single function '''ReGenerateMesh'''. The function is defined as follows:<br />
<br />
'''ReGenerateMesh''' (ModelPart& ThisModelPart , Element const& rReferenceElement, Condition const& rReferenceBoundaryCondition, NodeEraseProcess& node_erase, bool rem_nodes = true, bool add_nodes=true, double my_alpha = 1.4, double h_factor=0.5)<br />
<br />
We shall have a closer look at each argument one has to pass to the function.<br />
<br />
1. '''ModelPart& ThisModelPart''': <br />
this is the model part you would like to re-mesh. see (Link to model_part for its meaning)<br />
<br />
2.''' Element const& rReferenceElement''': <br />
is the name (of type string) of the element that has to be re-created, e.g. if you are using standard incompressible fluid element of Kratos, you have to pass "Fluid2D" as an argument.<br />
<br />
3. '''Condition const& rReferenceBoundaryCondition''': <br />
is the name of condition that is to be re-created. If you are not using any condition (such as Face Pressure, or any of your custom-defined condition), just pass "Condition2D". Otherwise the name of you condition (e.g. "FacePressure2D")<br />
<br />
4. '''NodeEraseProcess& node_erase''': <br />
the function re-generate permits one to control the mesh quality. For this reason some nodes that cause mesh distortion (e.g. get too close to one another) can to be removed from the mesh. The "Trigen Mesh refine" identifies those nodes automatically, but to remove those nodes from the database, one needs to use the NodeEraseProcess, which is a standard process of Kratos. Therefore, you should create this process beforehand, and then pass it to the ReGenerateMesh function as an argument. See the example section to undesrtand exactly how to implement this.<br />
<br />
5. '''bool rem_nodes''': <br />
is the switch used to allow derefinement, i.e. nodes removal. If you shall like to remove the nodes that come too close (see the h_factor explanation for an exact meaning of "too close"), you have to pass "True" here. If you do not want any node to be removed, pass "False". By default the switch is activated as "True".<br />
<br />
6. '''bool add_nodes''' : <br />
is a smiliar switch, now permitting refinement, i.e. adding nodes. Pass "True" or "False" depending on weather you would like to refine your mesh or not.<br />
<br />
7. '''double my_alpha = 1.4''': <br />
is a alpha shape parameter, that defines a geomertrical criterion for recognition of the free surfaces. Values between 1.4 and 1.7 are usually used. For details see "Alpha Shape Method"<br />
<br />
8. '''double h_factor = 0.5''': <br />
if you decide to control the mesh quality, you shouldnt allow nodes to approach each other "too much". This "too much" is defined as the fraction of the original length of the elemental edge '''e'''. If you set the h_factor to 0.5 all the nodes that find themselves closer to the given one than 0.5*'''e''' will be removed<br />
<br />
== brief description of the algorithm ==<br />
== Common Usage Errors ==<br />
== Validation example ==<br />
*Description of the Validation Example<br />
*File to be looked at to get an example of use</div>Ryzhakovhttps://kratos-wiki.cimne.upc.edu/index.php/Trigen_PFEM_refineTrigen PFEM refine2009-03-30T08:35:19Z<p>Ryzhakov: /* Input needed to the function */</p>
<hr />
<div>== Variables Needed and their meaning == <br />
== Input needed to the function ==<br />
<br />
For re-meshing using "Trigen PFEM refine" you need to execute one single function '''ReGenerateMesh'''. The function is defined as follows:<br />
<br />
'''ReGenerateMesh''' (ModelPart& ThisModelPart , Element const& rReferenceElement, Condition const& rReferenceBoundaryCondition, NodeEraseProcess& node_erase, bool rem_nodes = true, bool add_nodes=true, double my_alpha = 1.4, double h_factor=0.5)<br />
<br />
We shall have a closer look at each argument one has to pass to the function.<br />
<br />
1. '''ModelPart& ThisModelPart''': <br />
this is the model part you would like to re-mesh. see (Link to model_part for its meaning)<br />
<br />
2.''' Element const& rReferenceElement''': <br />
is the name (of type string) of the element that has to be re-created, e.g. if you are using standard incompressible fluid element of Kratos, you have to pass "Fluid2D" as an argument.<br />
<br />
3. '''Condition const& rReferenceBoundaryCondition''': <br />
is the name of condition that is to be re-created. If you are not using any condition (such as Face Pressure, or any of your custom-defined condition), just pass "Condition2D". Otherwise the name of you condition (e.g. "FacePressure2D")<br />
<br />
4. '''NodeEraseProcess& node_erase''': <br />
the function re-generate permits one to control the mesh quality. For this reason some nodes that cause mesh distortion (e.g. get too close to one another) can to be removed from the mesh. The "Trigen Mesh refine" identifies those nodes automatically, but to remove those nodes from the database, one needs to use the NodeEraseProcess, which is a standard process of Kratos. Therefore, you should create this process beforehand, and then pass it to the ReGenerateMesh function as an argument. See the example section to undesrtand exactly how to implement this.<br />
<br />
5. '''bool rem_nodes''': <br />
is the switch used to allow derefinement, i.e. nodes removal. If you shall like to remove the nodes that come too close (see the h_factor explanation for an exact meaning of "too close"), you have to pass "True" here. If you do not want any node to be removed, pass "False". By default the switch is activated as "True".<br />
<br />
6. '''bool add_nodes''' : <br />
is a smiliar switch, now permitting refinement, i.e. adding nodes. Pass "True" or "False" depending on weather you would like to refine your mesh or not.<br />
<br />
7. '''double my_alpha = 1.4''': <br />
is a alpha shape parameter, that defines a geomertrical criterion for recognition of the free surfaces. Values between 1.4 and 1.7 are usually used. For details see "Alpha Shape Method"<br />
<br />
8. '''double h_factor = 0.5''': <br />
if you decide to control the mesh quality, you shouldnt allow nodes to approach each other "too much". This "too much" is defined as the fraction of the original length of the elemental edge '''e'''. If you set the h_factor to 0.5 all the nodes that find themselves closer to the given one than 0.5*'''e''' will be removed<br />
<br />
== brief description of the algorithm ==<br />
== Common Usage Errors ==<br />
== Validation example ==<br />
*Description of the Validation Example<br />
*File to be looked at to get an example of use</div>Ryzhakovhttps://kratos-wiki.cimne.upc.edu/index.php/Trigen_PFEM_refineTrigen PFEM refine2009-03-30T08:34:15Z<p>Ryzhakov: /* Input needed to the function */</p>
<hr />
<div>== Variables Needed and their meaning == <br />
== Input needed to the function ==<br />
<br />
For re-meshing using "Trigen PFEM refine" you need to execute one single function '''ReGenerateMesh'''. The function is defined as follows:<br />
<br />
'''ReGenerateMesh''' (ModelPart& ThisModelPart , Element const& rReferenceElement, Condition const& rReferenceBoundaryCondition, NodeEraseProcess& node_erase, bool rem_nodes = true, bool add_nodes=true, double my_alpha = 1.4, double h_factor=0.5)<br />
<br />
We shall have a closer look at each argument one has to pass to the function.<br />
<br />
1. '''ModelPart& ThisModelPart''': this is the model part you would like to re-mesh. see (Link to model_part for its meaning)<br />
<br />
2.''' Element const& rReferenceElement''': is the name (of type string) of the element that has to be re-created, e.g. if you are using standard incompressible fluid element of Kratos, you have to pass "Fluid2D" as an argument.<br />
<br />
3. '''Condition const& rReferenceBoundaryCondition''': is the name of condition that is to be re-created. If you are not using any condition (such as Face Pressure, or any of your custom-defined condition), just pass "Condition2D". Otherwise the name of you condition (e.g. "FacePressure2D")<br />
<br />
4. '''NodeEraseProcess& node_erase''': the function re-generate permits one to control the mesh quality. For this reason some nodes that cause mesh distortion (e.g. get too close to one another) can to be removed from the mesh. The "Trigen Mesh refine" identifies those nodes automatically, but to remove those nodes from the database, one needs to use the NodeEraseProcess, which is a standard process of Kratos. Therefore, you should create this process beforehand, and then pass it to the ReGenerateMesh function as an argument. See the example section to undesrtand exactly how to implement this.<br />
<br />
5. '''bool rem_nodes''': is the switch used to allow derefinement, i.e. nodes removal. If you shall like to remove the nodes that come too close (see the h_factor explanation for an exact meaning of "too close"), you have to pass "True" here. If you do not want any node to be removed, pass "False". By default the switch is activated as "True".<br />
<br />
6. '''bool add_nodes''' : is a smiliar switch, now permitting refinement, i.e. adding nodes. Pass "True" or "False" depending on weather you would like to refine your mesh or not.<br />
<br />
7. '''double my_alpha = 1.4''': is a alpha shape parameter, that defines a geomertrical criterion for recognition of the free surfaces. Values between 1.4 and 1.7 are usually used. For details see "Alpha Shape Method"<br />
<br />
8. '''double h_factor = 0.5''': if you decide to control the mesh quality, you shouldnt allow nodes to approach each other "too much". This "too much" is defined as the fraction of the original length of the elemental edge '''e'''. If you set the h_factor to 0.5 all the nodes that find themselves closer to the given one than 0.5*'''e''' will be removed<br />
<br />
== brief description of the algorithm ==<br />
== Common Usage Errors ==<br />
== Validation example ==<br />
*Description of the Validation Example<br />
*File to be looked at to get an example of use</div>Ryzhakovhttps://kratos-wiki.cimne.upc.edu/index.php/Trigen_PFEM_refineTrigen PFEM refine2009-03-30T08:32:46Z<p>Ryzhakov: /* Input needed to the function */</p>
<hr />
<div>== Variables Needed and their meaning == <br />
== Input needed to the function ==<br />
<br />
For re-meshing using "Trigen PFEM refine" you need to execute one single function '''ReGenerateMesh'''. The function is defined as follows:<br />
<br />
'''ReGenerateMesh''' (ModelPart& ThisModelPart , Element const& rReferenceElement, Condition const& rReferenceBoundaryCondition, NodeEraseProcess& node_erase, bool rem_nodes = true, bool add_nodes=true, double my_alpha = 1.4, double h_factor=0.5)<br />
<br />
We shall have a closer look at each argument one has to pass to the function.<br />
<br />
1. '''ModelPart& ThisModelPart''': this is the model part you would like to re-mesh. see (Link to model_part for its meaning)<br />
<br />
2.''' Element const& rReferenceElement''': is the name (of type string) of the element that has to be re-created, e.g. if you are using standard incompressible fluid element of Kratos, you have to pass "Fluid2D" as an argument.<br />
<br />
3. '''Condition const& rReferenceBoundaryCondition''': is the name of condition that is to be re-created. If you are not using any condition (such as Face Pressure, or any of your custom-defined condition), just pass "Condition2D". Otherwise the name of you condition (e.g. "FacePressure2D")<br />
<br />
4. '''NodeEraseProcess& node_erase''': the function re-generate permits one to control the mesh quality. For this reason some nodes that cause mesh distortion (e.g. get too close to one another) can to be removed from the mesh. The "Trigen Mesh refine" identifies those nodes automatically, but to remove those nodes from the database, one needs to use the NodeEraseProcess, which is a standard process of Kratos. Therefore, you should create this process beforehand, and then pass it to the ReGenerateMesh function as an argument. See the example section to undesrtand exactly how to implement this.<br />
<br />
5. '''bool rem_nodes''': is the switch used to allow derefinement, i.e. nodes removal. If you shall like to remove the nodes that come too close (see the h_factor explanation for an exact meaning of "too close"), you have to pass "True" here. If you do not want any node to be removed, pass "False". By default the switch is activated as "True".<br />
<br />
6. bool add_nodes : is a smiliar switch, now permitting refinement, i.e. adding nodes. Pass "True" or "False" depending on weather you would like to refine your mesh or not.<br />
<br />
7. double my_alpha = 1.4: is a alpha shape parameter, that defines a geomertrical criterion for recognition of the free surfaces. Values between 1.4 and 1.7 are usually used. For details see "Alpha Shape Method"<br />
<br />
8. double h_factor = 0.5: if you decide to control the mesh quality, you shouldnt allow nodes to approach each other "too much". This "too much" is defined as the fraction of the original length of the elemental edge '''e'''. If you set the h_factor to 0.5 all the nodes that find themselves closer to the given one than 0.5 '''e''' will be removed<br />
<br />
== brief description of the algorithm ==<br />
== Common Usage Errors ==<br />
== Validation example ==<br />
*Description of the Validation Example<br />
*File to be looked at to get an example of use</div>Ryzhakovhttps://kratos-wiki.cimne.upc.edu/index.php/Trigen_PFEM_refineTrigen PFEM refine2009-03-30T08:21:19Z<p>Ryzhakov: </p>
<hr />
<div>== Variables Needed and their meaning == <br />
== Input needed to the function ==<br />
<br />
For re-meshing using "Trigen PFEM refine" you need to execute one single function '''ReGenerateMesh'''. The function is defined as follows:<br />
<br />
ReGenerateMesh( ModelPart& ThisModelPart , Element const& rReferenceElement, Condition const& rReferenceBoundaryCondition, NodeEraseProcess& node_erase, bool rem_nodes = true, bool add_nodes=true, double my_alpha = 1.4, double h_factor=0.5)<br />
<br />
We shall have a closer look at each argument one has to pass to the function.<br />
<br />
1. ModelPart& ThisModelPart: this is the model part you would like to re-mesh. see (Link to model_part for its meaning)<br />
<br />
2. Element const& rReferenceElement: is the name (of type string) of the element that has to be re-created, e.g. if you are using standard incompressible fluid element of Kratos, you have to pass "Fluid2D" as an argument.<br />
<br />
3. Condition const& rReferenceBoundaryCondition: is the name of condition that is to be re-created. If you are not using any condition (such as Face Pressure, or any of your custom-defined condition), just pass "Condition2D". Otherwise the name of you condition (e.g. "FacePressure2D")<br />
<br />
4. NodeEraseProcess& node_erase: the function re-generate permits one to have control over the mesh quality. For this reason some nodes that cause mesh distortion (e.g. get too close to one another) have to be removed from the mesh. The "Trigen Mesh refine" identifies those nodes automatically, but to remove those nodes from the database, one needs to use the NodeEraseProcess, which is a standard process of Kratos. Therefore, you should create this process beforehand, and then pass it to the ReGenerateMesh function as an argument. This looks like<br />
<br />
== brief description of the algorithm ==<br />
== Common Usage Errors ==<br />
== Validation example ==<br />
*Description of the Validation Example<br />
*File to be looked at to get an example of use</div>Ryzhakovhttps://kratos-wiki.cimne.upc.edu/index.php/Kratos_1.0.0Kratos 1.0.02008-05-07T14:57:48Z<p>Ryzhakov: /* Features */</p>
<hr />
<div>The first Release of Kratos.<br />
<br />
<br />
== Features ==<br />
=== Kratos Main Core ===<br />
* Geometries<br />
** Line2D2<br />
** Line2D3<br />
** Line3D2<br />
** Line3D3<br />
** Triangle2D3<br />
** Triangle2D6<br />
** Triangle3D3<br />
** Triangle3D6<br />
** Quadrilateral2D4<br />
** Quadrilateral2D8<br />
** Quadrilateral2D9<br />
** Quadrilateral3D4<br />
** Quadrilateral3D8<br />
** Quadrilateral3D9<br />
** Tetrahedra3D4<br />
** Tetrahedra3D10<br />
** Hexahedra3D8<br />
** Hexahedra3D20<br />
** Hexahedra3D27<br />
** Prism3D6<br />
** Prism3D15<br />
* Linear Solvers:<br />
** Conjugate Gradient <br />
** Biconjugate Gradient Stabilized<br />
** Skyline LU <br />
* Preconditioners:<br />
** Diagonal <br />
** ILU0 <br />
* Strategies<br />
** Linear <br />
** Newton-Raphson<br />
=== Structural Application ===<br />
* Elements<br />
** Kinematic linear 3D element<br />
** Total lagrangian 3D and 2D element<br />
* Constitutive Laws<br />
* Time integration<br />
** Generalized-α-method<br />
* Utilities<br />
** Surface-to-surface contact formulation for volumes<br />
** Activation and deactivation of elements<br />
<br />
=== Updated Lagrangian Fluid Application ===<br />
* Elements<br />
** Updated lagrangian linear compressible 2D and 3D element<br />
** Updated lagrangian linear quasi-incompressible 2D and 3D element<br />
* Processes<br />
** Time step estimation process<br />
** Structure saving process<br />
** Model parts merging process<br />
** Pressure calculation process<br />
* Builder and solver<br />
** Residual based elimination builder and solver for the quasi-incompressible element<br />
* Utilities<br />
** Updated lagrangian utilities<br />
<br />
=== Incompressible Fluid Application ===<br />
<br />
=== PFEM Application ===<br />
<br />
=== Convection Diffusion Application ===<br />
<br />
== Installation ==<br />
<br />
<br />
== Known Errors ==<br />
* Quadrature points error in binaries compiled by VS2005 due to some static variable initialization problem<br />
* Valgrind indicates memory error in vector and matrix interface to python</div>Ryzhakov