Title: Energy-conserving interface dynamics with asynchronous direct time integration employing arbitrary time steps
Authors: Dvořák, Radim
Kolman, Radek
Mračko, Michal
Kopačka, Ján
Fíla, Tomáš
Jiroušek, Ondřej
Falta, Jan
Neuhäuserová, Michaela
Rada, Václav
Adámek, Vítězslav
Gonzáles, José A.
Citation: DVOŘÁK, R. KOLMAN, R. MRAČKO, M. KOPAČKA, J. FÍLA, T. JIROUŠEK, O. FALTA, J. NEUHÄUSEROVÁ, M. RADA, V. ADÁMEK, V. GONZÁLES, JA. Energy-conserving interface dynamics with asynchronous direct time integration employing arbitrary time steps. Computer Methods in Applied Mechanics and Engineering, 2023, roč. 413, č. August, s. nestránkováno. ISSN: 0045-7825
Issue Date: 2023
Publisher: Elsevier
Document type: článek
URI: 2-s2.0-85160519557
ISSN: 0045-7825
Keywords in different language: finite element method;direct time integration;domain decomposition;localized Lagrange multipliers;asynchronous integrator;multi time step
Abstract in different language: The derivation and implementation of an asynchronous direct time integration scheme for domain-decomposed finite element models is presented. To maximize clarity in the description of the proposed asynchronous integration, the scheme is restricted to the linear-elastic stress wave propagation case. The proposed method allows the integration of individual subdomains with independent time steps. There is no requirement for an integer time steps ratio of the interacting domains while maintaining zero interface energy. The subdomains are connected by the condition of the continuity of the acceleration field at the interface. In addition, the a posteriori technique is applied to satisfy the continuity of the displacement and velocity fields. Another important contribution of this paper lies in the description of the implementation - we offer the reader a general description of the implementation of the case of any number of subdomains with any number of constraints between them, while the basics of the algorithm are explained on a single domain pair. The functionality of the asynchronous integrator is verified by solving selected problems and comparing with analytical solutions and experimental measurements obtained using a Split Hopkinson pressure bar setup.
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