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Computational Structural Mechanics

ANSYS, Abaqus, MSC Nastran, IMPETUS Afea and other structural mechanics applications benefit greatly by using CUDA-enabled GPUs.

ANSYS Advantage, Vol. 4, Issue 2, 2010

Source: ANSYS Advantage, Vol. 4, Issue 2, 2010 [learn more]

Abaqus 6.11 Overview, Eric Weybrant, Product Manager, SIMULIA

Source: Abaqus 6.11 Overview, Eric Weybrant, Product Manager, SIMULIA [learn more]

 
 
Core solvers on CUDA GPUs
 

Sparse Matrix Linear Solvers : Iterative solvers

 

Sparse Matrix Linear Solvers : Direct solvers

 
 
 

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