If you use SPEED for your own research, please cite al least one of the following articles written by the developers of the code:
- Mazzieri I., M.Stupazzini, R.Guidotti, C.Smerzini: SPEED: SPectral Elements in Elastodynamics with Discontinuous Galerkin: a non-conforming approach for 3D multi-scale problems, Int. J. Numer. Meth. Eng., (2013); 12: 991-1010.
- P. F. Antonietti, I. Mazzieri, A. Quarteroni, and F. Rapetti. Non-conforming high order approximations of the elastodynamics equation. Comput. Methods Appl. Mech. Engrg., 209-212:212-238, 2012
- Stupazzini M., R. Paolucci R. and H. Igel (2009), Near-fault earthquake ground motion simulation in the Grenoble Valley by a high-performance spectral element code. Bull. Seismol. Soc. Am., 99(1), 286-301.
- E. Faccioli, F. Maggio, R. Paolucci, A. Quarteroni, (1997). 2D and 3D elastic wave propagation by a pseudo-spectral domain decomposition method, Journal of Seismology. 1 (3), 237-251.
The repository of the code is available on BitBucket.
Installation, user’s manual, and documentation
Click on the following link for the online documentation
A quick guide for the site-city interaction (SCI) module is available here.
Click on the following link to start the download of the tutorials
Matlab tools for earthquake scenario generation are available here.
Python tool for mesh generation is available here.