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Integrated High-Fidelity Geoscience Simulations for Enhanced Terrain-Related Target Detection
Found in: Computing in Science and Engineering
By David Horner, Owen Eslinger, Stacy Howington, Steve Ketcham, John Peters, Jerry Ballard
Issue Date:September 2010
pp. 56-63
A loosely coupled suite of physics-based geotechnical, geospatial, hydrogeologic, and thermal simulations are integrated into a virtual testing facility aimed at resolving terrain-related warfighter problems. This article describes the key aspects of the r...
 
Design of a Large Scale Discrete Element Soil Model for High Performance Computing Systems
Found in: SC Conference
By Alex R. Carrillo, David A. Horner, John F. Peters, John E. West
Issue Date:January 1996
pp. 51
The Discrete Element Model (DEM) is an alternative to the classical continuum mechanics approach for problems with flow-like deformations of solids. DEM is especially well-suited for problems such as soil plowing where the media is subject to large discont...
 
Design of a large scale discrete element soil model for high performance computing systems
Found in: Proceedings of the 1996 ACM/IEEE conference on Supercomputing (CDROM) (Supercomputing '96)
By Alex R. Carrillo, David A. Horner, John E. West, John F. Peters
Issue Date:November 1996
pp. 51-es
The Discrete Element Model (DEM) is an alternative to the classical continuum mechanics approach for problems with flow-like deformations of solids. DEM is especially well-suited for problems such as soil plowing where the media is subject to large discont...
     
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