Elmer FEM-OpenFOAM-Dakota: An open-source framework for data analytics, finite element and finite volume methods

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Elmer FEM-OpenFOAM-Dakota: An open-source framework for data analytics, finite element and finite volume methods

Post by asandip » 07 Jul 2020, 19:39

A program for 3 way coupling between open-source software Elmer FEM, OpenFOAM and Dakota has been developed. EOF Library was employed to invoke communication between Elmer and OpenFoam during run time. The program along with benchmark test and other examples can be found here: https://github.com/AnjaliSandip/ElmerFE ... OAM-Dakota


Capabilities: The interface provides an open-source framework that integrates data analytics, finite element and finite volume methods. This framework enables a richer understanding of multi-physics/phase predictions in a time sensitive manner. Its key features include uncertainty quantification, surrogate modeling, parallel programming and robust post-processing capabilities.
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Re: Elmer FEM-OpenFOAM-Dakota: An open-source framework for data analytics, finite element and finite volume methods

Post by raback » 31 Jul 2020, 03:36

Hi,

You might mention that EOF library was used for coupling. This starts to be quite complex already! I hope people will incresingly find the combination of different open source tools useful. Keep up the good work!

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Re: Elmer FEM-OpenFOAM-Dakota: An open-source framework for data analytics, finite element and finite volume methods

Post by asandip » Today, 17:32

Thanks, Peter! I hope people find the framework useful.

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