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The minimum degree ordering is one of the most widely used algorithms to preorder a symmetric sparse matrix prior to numerical factorization. There are number of variants which try to reduce the computational complexity of the original algorithm while maintaining a reasonable ordering quality. An in-house finite element solver is used to test several minimum degree algorithms to find the most suitable configuration for the use in the Finite Element Method. The results obtained and their assessments are presented along with the minimum degree ordering algorithms overview.

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Finite element method, url: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Finite_element_method (megtek. dátuma: 2010.08.05) Bathe, K. J., Wilson, E. L.: NONSAP — A nonlinear structural analysis program (1974

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Authors: Róbert Beleznai, Szabolcs Szávai, László Sárközi, and Péter Rózsahegyi

Jiang W. G., Henshall J. L. The analysis of termination effects in wire strand using the finite element method, Journal of Strain Analysis , Vol. 34, No. 1, 1999, pp. 31–38. Henshall J. L

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This paper deals with the numerical analysis of a vector hysteresis measurement system, which is under construction in the laboratory. The aim is to build up a single sheet tester with round shaped specimen. The goal of simulations is to find out the main features of the measurement system. The 3D finite element method (FEM) with tetrahedral mesh developed in the laboratory has been applied for investigations of the nonlinear eddy current field problem. The characteristic of the magnetic material has been taken into account by the isotropic vector Preisach model. The nonlinearity has been handled by the polarization method and the nonlinear system of equations has been solved by the fixed-point technique. The first results are presented in this work.

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In this paper the field distribution of different electrode arrangements and voltage supply systems has been investigated, and a new method has been developed to analyze them. The ozone production of the electrode arrangement has been investigated experimentally with the voltage supply system, and significant differences were found. The aim of this paper is to highlight the reasons for these differences in ozone production in relation to the potential and electric field distribution. For electrode arrangements the characteristics of the electric field, have been calculated by Finite Element Method completed with the Donor-Cell method for the space charge calculation. The index numbers related to the analysis of the field distribution and the ozone production have strong regression, which makes possible the estimation of the ozone production of the different arrangement.

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5188 5191 Comsol Multiphysics, www.comsol.com , (last visited 19 November 2013) Kuczmann M., Ivanyi A. The finite element method in magnetics

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–11. Kuczmann M., Iványi A. Finite element method in magnetics , Academic Press, Budapest, 2008. Iványi A. Finite element method in magnetics

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Physica B 2004 343 357 363 Zienkiewicz O. C., Taylor R. The finite element method , McGraw

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1998 Zienkiewicz O. C. The finite element method , Butterworth-Heinemann, Oxford, 2000. Zienkiewicz O

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Zienkiewicz O., Taylor T. The finite element method , vol. 1-2, McGraw-Hill Book Company, 1989. Taylor T

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