speedup, even for problems with only 10 - 20 design parameters. The coupling of AD with iterative solvers is a problem of current research (see e.g. GRIEWANK [Gri00] and references therein). As the use of iterative methods (e.g. multilevel methods) is impor-tant for solving ﬁne discretizations of the state equation efﬁciently. For the. @article{osti_, title = {Use of the iterative solution method for coupled finite element and boundary element modeling; Yucca Mountain Site Characterization Project}, author = {Koteras, J R}, abstractNote = {Tunnels buried deep within the earth constitute an important class geomechanics problems. Two numerical techniques used for the analysis of geomechanics problems, the finite element. Edit: the following is a very good reference on Nonlinear Programming methods and software that might be useful. I know you are solving system of equations, but you can always an optimization solver to solve a feasibility problem (constant objective, thus solving only the constraints given by your nonlinear system) or, as you have degrees of freedom, impose some objective (like norm minimization). Iterative techniques for the solution of the algebraic equations associated with the direct boundary element analysis (BEA) method are discussed. Continuum structural response analysis problems are considered, employing single‐ and multi‐zone boundary element models with and without zone condensation. The impact on convergence rate and computer resource requirements associated with .

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