CHRISPELL_FREEFEM++, examples which associated with a presentation on FreeFem++ by John Chrispell and Jason Howell.
FreeFem++ is installed on the hallway machines, and can be accessed by typing:
/usr/local/bin/FreeFem++
The computer code and data files made available on this web page are distributed under the GNU LGPL license.
BAMG, examples which illustrate the use of BAMG, a program for generating 2D meshes that can be used to define the geometry for the the finite element package FREEFEM++.
FREEFEM++, examples which illustrate the use of the FREEFEM++ package, a high-level integrated development environment for the numerical solution of nonlinear multiphysics partial differential equations (PDE's) in 2D and 3D.
FREEFEM++_MSH, a data directory which contains examples of the mesh files created by the FreeFem++ program, which use the extension ".msh".
FREEFEM++_MSH_IO, a FORTRAN90 library which can read and write files used by the FreeFem++ finite element program to store mesh information.
HECHT_FREEFEM++ examples which accompanied the standard reference paper for FREEFEM++, used by Frederic Hecht to illustrate special features of the program.
MITCHELL_FREEFEM++, examples which illustrate the implementation of the Mitchell 2D elliptic partial differential equation (PDE) test problems using FREEFEM++.
ADAPTMESH demonstrates how a mesh can be adapted corresponding to some function.
CAVITY sets up and solves the Stokes flow equations for the driven cavity problem.
COMMAND shows how FreeFem++ can accept user input from the commandline.
FLOW_MESH demonstrates how a mesh can be created by specifying a sequence of lines that form the boundary.
IO demonstrates how FreeFem++ can read arrays from a file, or write them to a file. Note a peculiarity: a file containing a vector of data must have an initial line listing the number of data items.
NS_CAVITY sets up and solves the Navier-Stokes flow equations for the driven cavity problem.
POISSON sets up and solves a Poisson problem in a square.
SCRIPTING shows how the EXEC command can be used to run system commands during FreeFem++'s execution. In this case, FreeFem++ writes out a file containing data, and then issues an EXEC command that asks gnuplot to display a plot of the data.
SQUARE_MESH is a very simple example that creates and plots a square mesh. Two variations have been added.
You can go up one level to the Examples directory.