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Gale

By Louise Moresi (primary-developer)1, Walter Landry (primary-developer)2, Luke Hodkinson (primary-developer)3, Susan Kientz

1. Monash University 2. California Institute of Technology 3. VPAC

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We use Gale 2.0.1 ( Moresi et al., 2003; Moresi et al., 2012) published under the GPL2 license.

Acknowledgement

We thank the Computational Infrastructure for Geodynamics (http://geodynamics.org) which is funded by the National Science Foundation under awards EAR-0406751, EAR-0949446, Victoria Partnership for Advanced Computing (www.vpac.org), and Monash University (www.monash.edu).

Cite Code As

Moresi, L.; Landry, W.; Hodkison, L.; Turnbull, R.; Lemiale, V.; May, D.A.; Stegman, D.R.; Velic, M.; Sunter, P.; Giordani, J. (2012), Gale v2.0.1 [software], Computational Infrastructure for Geodynamics, url:/https://geodynamics.org/

Primary References

Moresi, L.; Dufour, F.; Måühlhaus, H.B. (2003), A Lagrangian integration point finite element method for large deformation modeling of viscoelastic geomaterials, Journal of Computational Physics, 184 (2) , 476-497

CITE PREVIOUS VERSIONS

Gale-1_6_1 [2010-11-12]

Please use above citation substituting v1.6.1 and the correct year, 2010, where appropriate.