Parallelizable domain decomposition approaches gain attention due to an increase in parallel computation power. Hence, it is interesting to expand the well-established Finite Element Tearing and Interconnecting (FETI) method by different basis functions and more general coupling settings. Currently, we want to apply a variant based on IsoGeometric Analysis (IGA) and mortaring to efficiently simulate electrical machines in 3D. This thesis contributes to the goal by exploring different approaches to crosspoint modification, solver structures and preconditioning. In this context, we want to differentiate between dual-primal and all-floating methods.
In the all-floating (or total) approach, Dirichlet boundary boundary conditions are enforced weakly in addition to the coupling constraints. One additionally requires coupling modifications to obtain a solvable discrete system. For dual-primal FETI, one enforces the coupling conditions in a strong sense at crosspoints and Dirichlet boundaries. Additionally, boundary conditions are considered in a more usual way.