Talk Simple Finite Elements in Python

Presented by Ondøej Èertík in Scientific Applications 2008 on 2008/07/27 from 17:00 to 17:45
SfePy is an open source (BSD license) finite element analysis software designed to provide a flexible general finite element modeling tool which is easily adaptable to solve problems defined in terms of systems of PDEs. It is written almost exclusively in Python programming language, with a few time-demanding parts in C wrapped by the interface generator SWIG. Other notable features are its small size (complete sources are just about 1.2 MB, April 2008), fast compilation, problem description files in pure Python and problem description syntax similar to a mathematical description "on paper".
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