# fem1d

fem1d, a FORTRAN90 code which applies the finite element method (FEM) to a 1D linear two point boundary value problem (BVP).

### Languages:

fem1d is available in a C version and a C++ version and a FORTRAN90 version and a MATLAB version and a Python version.

### Related Data and codes:

FEM1D, a data directory which contains examples of 1D FEM files, three text files that describe a 1D finite element model;

FEM1D_ADAPTIVE, a FORTRAN90 code which applies the finite element method to a linear two point boundary value problem in a 1D region, using adaptive refinement to improve the solution.

FEM1D_BVP_LINEAR, a FORTRAN90 code which applies the finite element method, with piecewise linear elements, to a two point boundary value problem in one spatial dimension.

FEM1D_HEAT_STEADY, a FORTRAN90 code which uses the finite element method to solve the steady (time independent) heat equation in 1D.

FEM1D_LAGRANGE, a FORTRAN90 code which sets up the matrices and vectors associated with the finite element method (FEM) solution of a boundary value problem (BVP) -u''+u=f(x), using Lagrange basis polynomials.

FEM1D_NONLINEAR, a FORTRAN90 code which applies the finite element method to a 1D nonlinear two point boundary value problem.

FEM1D_PACK, a FORTRAN90 code which contains utilities for 1D finite element calculations.

FEM1D_PMETHOD, a FORTRAN90 code which applies the p-method version of the finite element method to a linear two point boundary value problem in a 1D region.

FEM1D_PROJECT, a FORTRAN90 code which projects data into a finite element space, including the least squares approximation of data, or the projection of a finite element solution from one mesh to another.

FEM1D_SAMPLE, a FORTRAN90 code which samples a scalar or vector finite element function of one variable, defined by FEM files, returning interpolated values at the sample points.

### Reference:

1. Hans Rudolf Schwarz,
Finite Element Methods,
ISBN: 0126330107,
LC: TA347.F5.S3313.
2. Gilbert Strang, George Fix,
An Analysis of the Finite Element Method,
Cambridge, 1973,
ISBN: 096140888X,
LC: TA335.S77.
3. Olgierd Zienkiewicz,
The Finite Element Method,
Sixth Edition,
Butterworth-Heinemann, 2005,
ISBN: 0750663200,
LC: TA640.2.Z54.

### Source Code:

Last revised on 30 June 2020.