Coding Week 2016 - Technische Universität München

Workshop on Isogeometric Finite Element Data Structures based on Bézier Extraction

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As part of the DFG Priority Project SPP1748 a coding week on Isogeometric Finite Element Data Structures based on Bézier Extraction was intended for the doctoral candidates at the Technische Universität München. This workshop was organized by:
Prof. Dr. rer. nat. Ernst Rank, Dr.-Ing. Stefan Kollmannsberger,
Prof. Dr.-Ing. habil. Alexander Düster, Prof. Dr. Andreas Schröder,
Prof. Dr. Daniel Peterseim and Dr.-Ing. habil. Markus Kästner
 

In the first lectures an introduction into the framework of isogeometric analysis was given by Prof. Reali. From wednesday to friday Davide D'Angella M.Sc. and Dr. Kästner introduced the techniques in practical sessions. Thereby the participants had the opportunity to work in their own codes or in provided environments. In particular, the Bézier Extraction was implemented into 1D/2D FE code. Moreover, the practical exercises were performed on a custom code brought by the participants. Finally, further developments as hierarchical refinements and T-Splines were illustrated and implemented.

 

The coordinators are thankful to the local organziers in Munich and to all other contributers of the coding week.

Programm

Monday:
14:00-17:00 Motivation and introduction to NURBS and Isogeometric Analysis, Prof. Reali

Tuesday:
09:00-12:00 Introduction to Isogeometric Analysis, Prof. Reali
14:00-17:00 Introduction to FCMLab (fcmlab.cie.bgu.tum.de) and Bézier Extraction in 1D, D'Angella

Wednesday:
09:00-12:00 Hands-on session: Bézier Extraction in 2D  in FCMLab or own code, D'Angella
14:00-17:00 Hands-on session: Bézier Extraction in 2D  in FCMLab or own code, D'Angella

Thursday:
09:00-12:00 Hierarchical B-splines / NURBS and their implementation based on Bézier extraction, Dr. Kästner
14:00-17:00 Hierarchical B-splines / NURBS and their implementation based on Bézier extraction, Dr. Kästner

Friday:
09:00-12:00 Truncated Hierarchical B-Splines in 2D, Dr. Kästner