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Applying Corba technology to solve a magnetostriction problem

Laurent Santandrea 1 Karim Azoum Adel Razek 1 Gilles Grasseau 2 Denis Girou 2
IDRIS - Institut du développement et des ressources en informatique scientifique
Abstract : This paper deals with computational considerations in numerical simulation of multi-physics problems. Modelling and the simulation of systems involving multi-physical phenomena are complex, and cannot be obtained by only one computation software or only one class of physical or mathematical models. When the coupling is weak, one can then think of associating several dedicated codes. These codes will be encapsulated and regarded each one as independent object. They will exchange data and shared methods via the software bus of CORBA (Common Object Request Broker Architecture) in the form of client/server applications. The example is a case of a multi-physical phenomenon which can be found in some electric power devices and some Micro-Electro-Mechanical Systems (MEMS): the magnetostriction effect. To illustrate this concept, a FORTRAN finite element mechanical code and a C++ finite element magnetic code are associated using this computational approach.
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Laurent Santandrea, Karim Azoum, Adel Razek, Gilles Grasseau, Denis Girou. Applying Corba technology to solve a magnetostriction problem. Sixth International Conference on Computation in Electromagnetics (CEM 2006), Apr 2006, Aachen, Germany. Proceedings - Sixth International Conference on Computational Electromagnetics, CEM 2006 : 4 - 6 April 2006, Aachen, Germany, 2006. ⟨hal-01547513⟩



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