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The Performance Impact of Newton Iterations per Solver Call in Partitioned Fluid-Structure Interaction

by   Thomas Spenke, et al.
RWTH Aachen University

The cost of a partitioned fluid-structure interaction scheme is typically assessed by the number of coupling iterations required per time step, while ignoring the Newton loops within the nonlinear sub-solvers. In this work, we discuss why these single-field iterations deserve more attention when evaluating the coupling's efficiency and how to find the optimal number of Newton steps per coupling iteration.


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