Florian Lindner
Florian Lindner
Institute for Parallel and Distributed Systems, Universität Stuttgart
Verified email at ipvs.uni-stuttgart.de
TitleCited byYear
preCICE–a fully parallel library for multi-physics surface coupling
HJ Bungartz, F Lindner, B Gatzhammer, M Mehl, K Scheufele, A Shukaev, ...
Computers & Fluids 141, 250-258, 2016
A plug-and-play coupling approach for parallel multi-field simulations
HJ Bungartz, F Lindner, M Mehl, B Uekermann
Computational Mechanics 55 (6), 1119-1129, 2015
A comparison of various quasi-Newton schemes for partitioned fluid-structure interaction
F Lindner, M Mehl, K Scheufele, B Uekermann
Proceedings of 6th International Conference on Computational Methods for …, 2015
Partitioned fluid–structure–acoustics interaction on distributed data: Coupling via precice
HJ Bungartz, F Lindner, M Mehl, K Scheufele, A Shukaev, B Uekermann
Software for Exascale Computing-SPPEXA 2013-2015, 239-266, 2016
The scalability-efficiency/maintainability-portability trade-off in simulation software engineering: Examples and a preliminary systematic literature review
D Pflüger, M Mehl, J Valentin, F Lindner, D Pfander, S Wagner, ...
2016 Fourth International Workshop on Software Engineering for High …, 2016
Fluid-acoustics interaction on massively parallel systems
HJ Bungartz, H Klimach, V Krupp, F Lindner, M Mehl, S Roller, ...
Recent Trends in Computational Engineering-CE2014, 151-165, 2015
A Review on Fast Quasi-Newton and Accelerated Fixed-Point Iterations for Partitioned Fluid–Structure Interaction Simulation
D Blom, F Lindner, M Mehl, K Scheufele, B Uekermann, A van Zuijlen
Advances in Computational Fluid-Structure Interaction and Flow Simulation …, 2016
The SE/MP Trade-off in Simulation Software Engineering: Examples and a Preliminary Systematic Literature Review
D Pflüger, M Mehl, J Valentin, F Lindner, S Wagner, D Graziotin, Y Wang
CoRR, 2016
Partitioned Fluid-Structure Interaction on Distributed Data
B Uekermann, F Lindner, M Mehl, K Scheufele
The system can't perform the operation now. Try again later.
Articles 1–9