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* [[Symmetries of pipe flow]] - discrete and continuous symmetries.
 
* [[Symmetries of pipe flow]] - discrete and continuous symmetries.
 
* [[Method of slices]] - symmetry reduction, elimination of physically irrelevant spatial shifts.
 
* [[Method of slices]] - symmetry reduction, elimination of physically irrelevant spatial shifts.
* Newton-Krylov method - see non-problem specific code below.
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* [[Newton-Krylov_method]] - generic code. See [[Utilities]] for the pipe implementation.
  
 
'''Using the simulation code''':
 
'''Using the simulation code''':

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Overview of the solver

Equations, properties, methods, etc.:

Using the simulation code:

  • Getting started - INSTALLATION, overview of files, setting up a job, starting and ending a job.
  • Tutorial - setup a job, basic monitoring and visualisation of outputs.
  • Core implementation - Discretisation, Predictor-Corrector, Code Structure, Parallelisation.
  • Parallel i/o - a brief note on parallel data access.
  • Utilities - pre/post-processing, runtime processing and manipulations, Newton solver for pipe flow.

Non-problem specific codes

  • These are designed for integration with any pre-existing code.
  • File:Arnoldi.f - Krylov-subspace method for calculating eigenvalues of a matrix.
  • File:GMRESm.f90 - Krylov-subspace method for solving the linear system Ax=b for x.
  • Newton-Krylov_method - Newton-Krylov-Hookstep method for finding nonlinear solutions x of F(x)=0.