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By Donald A. Drew (auth.), Professor Wolfgang Wendland, Professor Messoud Efendiev (eds.)

The research and simulation of multifield difficulties have lately develop into the most genuine and vibrant parts of study. even though the person subproblems of advanced technical and actual phenomena frequently are understood individually, their interplay and coupling create not just new problems but in addition an entire new point and caliber of interacting coupled box difficulties. awarded through top specialists this publication comprises contemporary leads to those fields from the overseas convention on Multifield difficulties, April 8-10, 2002 on the collage of Stuttgart, Germany.

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Matthies H. G. (1999) Efficient partitioned methods for the computation of fluid-structure interaction on parallel computers. In: Topping B. H. V. ) Proceedings of the Third Buro-Conference on Parallel and Distributed Computing for Computational Mechanics. Civil-Comp Press, Edinburgh 25. Steindorf J. (2002) Partitionierte Verfahren fur Probleme der Fluid-Struktur Wechselwirkung, PhD thesis; Technische Universitat Braunschweig. 26. , Cervera M. (1996) Block-iterative algorithms for nonlinear coupled problems.

2. Solve the Schur-complement system (44) SLl( (46) = -T for Ll( with (47) from (45a). 3. Compute Ll~ = q - CLl(. This involves application of the multiplier matrix C from (43). 1 Solution of a System with a Diagonal Sub-Block We look at the first step in (46): To solve for q, we use the iterative solver for the first subsystem Fl. The resolution of (46) can also be seen as one Newton-Raphson step for the solution q of the equation (48) when ~ and ( are fixed. But (48) is exactly what the iterative solver F1 is designed for.

We propose to solve the global implicit equations with an approximate block-Newton method, following [32-34J. The linear system which arises in each iteration is solved via the subsystem solvers and a Krylov iterative method. 32 Hermann G. ~~~~ 0 Approximatives Block-Newton * Block-GauB-Seidel 85 eo i i o 75 •••• :S 70 ** g **** 0 ** *** 000 • • • 0 0 0 ***** **eoo ** 000 •• 000 ••• 000000 **** • * ** • **** .. 9 Fig. 5. Count of Subsystem Solver Calls for block-Gauss-Seidel and block-Newton. This iterative method only requires the possibility to use the sub-problem solvers in an iteration-by-iteration fashion.

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