MIMOZA SOFTWARE SYSTEM FOR SOLVING MULTIDIMENSIONAL CONTINUUM MECHANICS PROBLEMS ON THE ELBRUS2 COMPUTER
I D. Sofronov, E.A. Afanaseva, O.A. Vinokurov, A.I. Voropinov, V.V. Zmushko, F.A. Pletenev, P.V. Rybachenko, V.A. Saraev, N.V. Sokolova, B.N. Shamraev VANT. Ser.: Mat. Mod. Fiz. Rroc 1990. Вып.2. С. 39.
The paper describes the MIMOZA software system for solving 2D and 3D continuum mechanics problems. Methods of splitting in physical processes and dividing the solution domain into computational domains are used. Regular grids are constructed in each computational domain, which consist of quadrangles in a 2D case and hexahedrons in a 3D case. The mutual influence of domains is taken in account using internal boundary conditions. The grid motion doesn’t always coincide with the material motion. The solution of 3D equations is based on representing them in Eulerian Lagrangian coordinates with one Eulerian and two Lagrangian variables. Problemoriented languages are used for data setting, management of computations, and result output.
