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31 Oct 2004 (Updated )

Spectral Element Method for wave propagation and rupture dynamics.

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The Spectral Element Method combines the accuracy of spectral methods with the geometrical flexibility of finite elements. The SEM is widely used in computational fluid dynamics and has been succesfully applied to problems in Seismology ranging from regional to global scale wave propagation and earthquake dynamics.
SEMLAB is a set of scripts intended for tutorial purposes. Problems solved include wave propagation and dynamic earthquake rupture in 1D and 2D.
For production codes in Fortran/MPI please refer to SEM2DPACK or SPECFEM3D.
https://sourceforge.net/projects/sem2d/
https://geodynamics.org/cig/software/specfem3d/

MATLAB release MATLAB 6.5 (R13)
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Comments and Ratings (5)
23 Sep 2014 Malcon Humberto Celorio Murillo

Hi guys,

I would like to know if someone knew about a MATLAB code for P-SV wave using Spectral Element Method.

Thanks for everything

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20 Aug 2014 Malcon Humberto Celorio Murillo

Thanks for everything

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16 Apr 2013 Denis Anikiev  
11 Aug 2008 dileesh pv  
23 Jul 2005 y j

thanks ,very excellent.

Updates
05 Nov 2004

add comments, references, etc.

30 Mar 2005

new example: viscoplastic shear band propagation
new functions: MeshBox and FindNearestNode

29 Sep 2005

Discrete dispersion and boundary impedance analysis

Implicit solver (1D)

Perfectly Matched Layers (split/unsplit)

Friction +off-fault dissipation example

12 Oct 2005

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06 Apr 2016 2.0

Slightly cleaner and better documented code.

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