# keyFE2 1.5.4.1

keyFE2 is a finite elements software devoted to the resolution of discredited partial derivative equations.

keyFE2 is a finite elements software devoted to the resolution of discredited partial derivative equations.

· The program allows the user to define its own problems, equations, constraints... A Newton-Raphson algorithm is used to solve the non-linear set of equations. The program allows:

· The development of non-linear equations.

· The imposition of constraints (Dirichlet, periodicity, by Lagrange multipliers,...)

The resolution of time-dependent problems.

The main advantages of the program are:

· It is possible for the user to develop and solve its own equation.

· As the program is actually a library, it may be integrated with a larger software.

· Sources are included. The program is distributed under the General Public License (GPL).

Its main disadvantages are:

· The user must compile its data file (written in C++). Therefore he has to be familiar with C++ programming and use the gcc compiler.

· Add features/limitations/changes here

· The program allows the user to define its own problems, equations, constraints... A Newton-Raphson algorithm is used to solve the non-linear set of equations. The program allows:

· The development of non-linear equations.

· The imposition of constraints (Dirichlet, periodicity, by Lagrange multipliers,...)

The resolution of time-dependent problems.

The main advantages of the program are:

· It is possible for the user to develop and solve its own equation.

· As the program is actually a library, it may be integrated with a larger software.

· Sources are included. The program is distributed under the General Public License (GPL).

Its main disadvantages are:

· The user must compile its data file (written in C++). Therefore he has to be familiar with C++ programming and use the gcc compiler.

**What's New**in This Release:· Add features/limitations/changes here

- last updated on:
- February 13th, 2008, 14:46 GMT
- price:
- FREE!
- developed by:
**Renaud Sizaire**- license type:
- GPL (GNU General Public License)
- category:
- ROOT \ Science and Engineering \ Mathematics

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