TCELL is a FORTRAN77 program which solves the time-dependent Navier Stokes equations in a two dimensional region called the "T Cell", by Hyung-Chun Lee.
As time increases, other flow parameters may be varied as well. For this code, the flow parameter that can vary is the magnitude of the inflow specified at the left boundary. The program stores the results of each timestep in a file. Each solution may be thought of as a "snapshot" of the gradual evolution of the flow field over time. In a typical run, 500 such files might be created.
A collection of snapshot files may be analyzed to seek a small underlying basis of fundamental flows. This basis may be used to approximate the entire set, or indeed to generate a reduced basis program that can quickly and cheaply compute new flow solutions whose flow parameters vary in small ways from those of the original set.
The "T-Cell" region is a T-shaped region contained in a subset of the unit square x. The top half of the region is a channel open to the left and right, with a rectangular recess in the bottom. The left channel opening extends from [0.0,0.5] to [0.0,1.0], and the right channel from [1.0,0.5] to [1.0,1.0]. The recess is a square, whose bottom extends from [0.25,0.0] to [0.75,0.0], and which extends upward to meet the channel.
+--------------------+ +--------------------+ -> -> Inlet ---> Channel ---> Outlet -> -> +-----+ +---+ +----+| Recess |+--+ || || Void || || Void |+----------+| +------------+The grid can be thought of as being generated by a uniform 81 by 81 uniformly spaced grid of nodes, from which the nodes corresponding to the two voids have been deleted. This leaves 4,961 nodes. These nodes are organized into 2400 6-node triangular elements which are quadratic in velocity and linear in pressure.
Ajou University, Korea,
in collaboration with Max Gunzburger and John Burkardt.
The computer code and data files described and made available on this web page are distributed under the GNU LGPL license.
TCELL is available in a FORTRAN77 version and a MATLAB version.
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a MATLAB library which
is the Incompressible Flow Iterative Solution Software;
this library is commonly called IFISS;
this is ACM TOMS algorithm 866.
RUN1 is a run of the program used to generated "snapshots", which are flow solutions at equally spaced time intervals. The program expects an input file, containing coefficients that define the solution at the initial time. During this run, the boundary conditions are varied in a way that is intended to make the system exhibit many varied behaviors. (Right now, to change the boundary conditions requires altering the source code of the program.)
RUN2 is a run of the program used to generate a solution for comparison with one generated by a reduced order model. The program expects an input file, containing coefficients that define the solution at the initial time. During this run, the boundary conditions are varied in a new way. (Right now, to change the boundary conditions requires altering the source code of the program.)
You can go up one level to the FORTRAN77 source codes.