Kelvin-Helmholtz instability
3D Waves
Electromagnetics
Solid mechanics
Fluid mechanics
Fluid structure interaction

Netgen/NGSolve is a high performance multiphysics finite element software. It is widely used to analyze models from solid mechanics, fluid dynamics and electromagnetics. Due to its flexible Python interface new physical equations and solution algorithms can be implemented easily.


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All in one

Seamless integration from geometric modeling, mesh generation, numerical simulation to visualization

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Flexible

Mathematical description of variational formulation allows coupling of arbitrary physical models

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Accurate

Cutting edge numerical techniques: high order, vectorial, mixed and discontinuous, Galerkin methods

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Efficient

Robust preconditioners adapted to function spaces and differential equations

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High Performance

Parallel compute core written in modern C++ combined with flexible steering by Python scripting

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Open

Open source based on the LGPL license, extendable by C++ modules and Python packages

 

We acknowledge support by TU Wien and the Austrian Science Foundation FWF within project grant SFB65 Taming Complexity in Partial Differential Systems.

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