On the FEM-based Simulation and Application to Solidification Process
Laitinen, E., Neittaanmäki, P. (1990) On the FEM-based Simulation and Application to Solidification Process. Physica Scripta T33, 86-90. 10.1088/0031-8949/1990/T33/014
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The usual scheme for solving a real-world problem by using finite element method (FEM) is presented. The FE-method is applied for calculating the temperature field and shell thickness in continuous casting process. The variational formulation, the discretization as well as the solving algorithm and numerical results for the casting problem is presented.
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