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elmerice add example of predictor-corrector scheme for elmerice Feb 14, 2017
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fem Added halo to parallel DG test Feb 22, 2017
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misc MPI_COMM_WORLD -> ELMER_COMM_WORLD Dec 14, 2016
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utils/ElmerClips ElmerClips: small fix in build system regarding include dirs Feb 9, 2015
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README.txt fixed README.txt to reflect current status of elmerfem Feb 20, 2015

README.txt

elmerfem
========

This is the official source code repository for the Elmer FEM software suite. 

Elmer is a finite element software for numerical solution of partial
differential equations. Elmer is capable of handling any number of equations
and is therefore ideally suited for the simulation of multiphysical problems.
It includes models, for example, of structural mechanics, fluid dynamics, heat
transfer and electromagnetics. Users can also write their own equations that
can be dynamically linked with the main program.

Elmer consists of several parts. The most important ones are ElmerSolver, the
finite element solver, ElmerGUI, the graphical user interface, and ElmerGrid,
the mesh creation and manipulation tool. Also a visualization tool, ElmerPost,
is included in the package but it is no longer developed.  

Elmer software is licensed under GPL except for the ElmerSolver library which
is licensed under LGPL license. 

Elmer is mainly developed at CSC - IT Center for Science, Finland. However,
there have been numerous contributions from other organizations and developers
as well, and the project is open for new contributions.