Commits

Author Commit Message Labels Comments Date
Cameron Hummels
Fixing bug in KHInitializer which caused problems in ramped ICs when a non-unitary difference in Velocities or Densities was used.
Cameron Hummels
Making KH perturbation amplitude more reasonable.
Cameron Hummels
Updating docs for KH problem.
Cameron Hummels
Merging.
Cameron Hummels
Modifying KH ICs to use convention of BaryonField[TENum]. Removing reference to level in Grid_KHInitializeGridRamp.
Cameron Hummels
Adding mersennes twister random number generator to KH test for reproducible results in old method (with random y-velocity perturbations).
Cameron Hummels
Eliminating bad head.
Cameron Hummels
Merging.
Cameron Hummels
Adding KelvinHelmholtzAMR test to test suite.
Cameron Hummels
Modifying KelvinHelmholtz problem to work in all the test suites.
Cameron Hummels
Adding KelvinHelmholtz test to the testing suite in Hydro-2D problems.
Cameron Hummels
Documenting new ramped KH problem changes in docs.
Cameron Hummels
Cleaned up the KH ICs source a bit to make it fit for consumption by others.
Cameron Hummels
KH test now refines on start using the new ramped ICs when refinement occurs. This prevents some additional modes in the instability of growing due to lack of resolution in the ICs.
Cameron Hummels
Modularizing KH convergent ICs into Grid_KHInitializeGridRamp.C so as to not mess up previous discontinuous KH ICs.
Cameron Hummels
Intermediary step in redesigning KH test initialization to refine on start.
Cameron Hummels
Modifying KH Test Initializer to refine on initialization if refinement criteria are met.
Cameron Hummels
Correcting a bug in the KH initial conditions that created a not-fully-periodic sine wave perturbation (due to ghost zone indexing).
Cameron Hummels
Merging.
Cameron Hummels
Adding BulkVelocity keyword to KelvinHelmholtz problem. Allows user to have a bulk velocity of the simulation relative to the underlying grid.
Cameron Hummels
Modifying KH problem to incorporate a set of ICs which converge in behavior as resolution increases. This means they have a sinusoidal perturbation, and they have a "ramp" in density and velocity across their discontinuity. For more description of this, see Robertson, Kravtsov et al. 2010.
Cameron Hummels
Intermittent step at modifying the KH test problem to include a ramp between the two fluids so that one gets a convergent solution.
John Wise
Merged in samskillman/enzo-dev (pull request #190)
Sam Skillman
Build the flagged cells out of the ghost zones as well. This helps reduce > 1
Sam Skillman
Use Agg as the plotting backend for performance_tools plotting.
Brian O'Shea
Merged in chummels/enzo-dev (pull request #189)
Cameron Hummels
Removing unnecessary GetUnits call in Shear refinement as per Greg's suggestion.
Cameron Hummels
Removing some commented (potentially confusing) lines from Gordon Makefile.
Cameron Hummels
Applying corrections suggested by Sam: removing all tabs in indentation, resetting indentation, splitting shear calculation into two separate loops.
Cameron Hummels
Correcting a mistaken note that dx=dy=dz=1 in old method.
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