DEALII_OSX: examples which illustrate the use of DEAL.II on a Macintosh running OSX, a C++ program library for the computational solution of partial differential equations using adaptive finite elements.
DEAL.II comes with an extensive set of examples, whose names are step-1, step-2, and so on. Those examples present features of the program.
DEAL.II can read meshes created by the user, in various formats, including:
The examples presented here focus on using DEAL.II on a local installation, and, in some cases, using DEAL.II for applications of specific interest to our own users.
The DEAL.II package is available from http://www.dealii.org/ .
The computer code and data files made available on this web page are distributed under the GNU LGPL license.
FENICS, programs which illustrate the use of a collection of free software with an extensive list of features for automated, efficient solution of differential equations.
FREEFEM++, a directory of 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 in 2D and 3D.
GNUPLOT, examples which illustrate the use of the gnuplot graphics program.
GPL_DISPLAY, a MATLAB library which tries to read the data in a typical gnuplot GPL file, describing a 1D, 2D or 3D curve, or a surface Z(X,Y) defined on a regular grid, a triangular grid, or an irregular quadrilateral grid, displays it in a more attractive way than gnuplot is capable of.
IFISS, examples which illustrate the use of IFISS, the MATLAB-based flow-solver.
MITCHELL_DEALII, examples which illustrate the implementation of the Mitchell 2D elliptic partial differential equation (PDE) test problems using DEAL.II.
PARAVIEW, examples which illustrate the use of PARAVIEW, a visualization program.
TETHEX, examples which illustrate the use of TETHEX, a C++ program which can read a Gmsh file defining a mesh of triangles or tetrahedrons, and subdivide the mesh into quadrilaterals or hexahedrons, which are suitable for use by the DEALII finite element program, by Mikhail Artemiev.
UCD, a data directory which contains examples of Unstructured Cell Data (UCD), a format supported by AVS.
VISIT, examples which illustrate the use of VISIT, a visualization program.
step-1, is from the official DEAL.II example directory.
step-2, is from the official DEAL.II example directory. It assigns degrees of freedom to the nodes of a grid, determines the sparsity pattern of the corresponding matrix, and then reorders the variables to get a tighter bandwidth.
step-3, is from the official DEAL.II example directory. It generates a graphics file which displays the structure of the solution.
step-3mod, modifies step-3 to solve the problem on an Hyper_L region.
step-3mod2, modifies step-3 to solve the problem on the square but with exact solution u=x^2*y.
step-3mod3, modifies step-3 to carry out 9 refinement steps, printing out the solution value at (1/3,1/3) after each refinement, as a simple observation of convergence.
step-4, is from the official DEAL.II example directory. It solves the Laplace equation in 2D and in 3D.
step-5, is from the official DEAL.II example directory. It reads grid information from a UCD file.
step-5mod, is a variation of step-5 which reads an MSH file.
step-6, is from the official DEAL.II example directory. It generates a sequence of locally refined grids.
step-7, is from the official DEAL.II example directory. It generates TeX files of convergence tables, and shows how to specify nonhomogenous Neumann boundary conditions for the Helmholtz equation.
step-7mod, a variation of step-7 which drops global refinement, adds Q3 elements, and loosens the convergence tolerance.
step-8, is from the official DEAL.II example directory. It sets up and solves the elasticity equations.
step-26, is from the official DEAL.II example directory. It solves the time-dependent heat equation using the Rothe method (time discretization first) and the theta method for the time steps (a generalization of forward Euler, backward Euler, and Crank Nicolson).
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