Ellipsis3D

Ellipsis3d is a three-dimensional version of the particle-in-cell finite element code Ellipsis, a solid modeling code for visco-elastoplastic materials. The particle-in-cell method combines the strengths of the Lagrangian and Eulerian formulations of mechanics while bypassing their limitations.

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Ellipsis3d is a three-dimensional version of the particle-in-cell finite element code Ellipsis, a solid modeling code for visco-elastoplastic materials. The particle-in-cell method combines the strengths of the Lagrangian and Eulerian formulations of mechanics while bypassing their limitations.

Ellipsis3d originated from CIItcom (CitCom version II), a multigrid mantle convection code developed by Louis Moresi. Subsequently, Chris Wijns contributed user-functionality and miscellaneous back end improvements. Later extensions to include the Cosserat continuum theory were introduced by Frederic Dufour. The two-dimensional version of ellipsis was extended into three dimensions by Richard Albert and Craig O'Neill.

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Yue Songshan (2019). Ellipsis3D, Model Item, OpenGMS, https://geomodeling.njnu.edu.cn/modelItem/735d051b-d057-4812-8386-c9100aeb4481
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