libMesh::DifferentiablePhysics Class Referenceabstract

#include <diff_physics.h>

Inheritance diagram for libMesh::DifferentiablePhysics:

Public Member Functions

 DifferentiablePhysics ()
 
virtual ~DifferentiablePhysics ()
 
virtual UniquePtr< DifferentiablePhysicsclone_physics ()=0
 
virtual void clear_physics ()
 
virtual void init_physics (const System &sys)
 
virtual bool element_time_derivative (bool request_jacobian, DiffContext &)
 
virtual bool element_constraint (bool request_jacobian, DiffContext &)
 
virtual bool side_time_derivative (bool request_jacobian, DiffContext &)
 
virtual bool side_constraint (bool request_jacobian, DiffContext &)
 
virtual bool nonlocal_time_derivative (bool request_jacobian, DiffContext &)
 
virtual bool nonlocal_constraint (bool request_jacobian, DiffContext &)
 
virtual void time_evolving (unsigned int var)
 
virtual void time_evolving (unsigned int var, unsigned int order)
 
bool is_time_evolving (unsigned int var) const
 
virtual bool eulerian_residual (bool request_jacobian, DiffContext &)
 
virtual bool mass_residual (bool request_jacobian, DiffContext &)
 
virtual bool side_mass_residual (bool request_jacobian, DiffContext &)
 
virtual bool nonlocal_mass_residual (bool request_jacobian, DiffContext &c)
 
virtual bool damping_residual (bool request_jacobian, DiffContext &)
 
virtual bool side_damping_residual (bool request_jacobian, DiffContext &)
 
virtual bool nonlocal_damping_residual (bool request_jacobian, DiffContext &)
 
virtual void init_context (DiffContext &)
 
virtual void set_mesh_system (System *sys)
 
const Systemget_mesh_system () const
 
Systemget_mesh_system ()
 
virtual void set_mesh_x_var (unsigned int var)
 
unsigned int get_mesh_x_var () const
 
virtual void set_mesh_y_var (unsigned int var)
 
unsigned int get_mesh_y_var () const
 
virtual void set_mesh_z_var (unsigned int var)
 
unsigned int get_mesh_z_var () const
 
bool _eulerian_time_deriv (bool request_jacobian, DiffContext &)
 
bool have_first_order_vars () const
 
const std::set< unsigned int > & get_first_order_vars () const
 
bool is_first_order_var (unsigned int var) const
 
bool have_second_order_vars () const
 
const std::set< unsigned int > & get_second_order_vars () const
 
bool is_second_order_var (unsigned int var) const
 

Public Attributes

bool compute_internal_sides
 

Protected Attributes

System_mesh_sys
 
unsigned int _mesh_x_var
 
unsigned int _mesh_y_var
 
unsigned int _mesh_z_var
 
std::vector< unsigned int > _time_evolving
 
std::set< unsigned int > _first_order_vars
 
std::set< unsigned int > _second_order_vars
 
std::map< unsigned int, unsigned int > _second_order_dot_vars
 

Detailed Description

This class provides a specific system class. It aims to generalize any system, linear or nonlinear, which provides both a residual and a Jacobian. For first order (in time) systems, the (nonlinear) residual computed at each time step is

\[ F(u) + G(u) - M(u,\dot{u})\dot{u} = 0 \]

for unsteady TimeSolver and $ F(u) = 0$ for steady TimeSolver. $F(u)$ is computed by element/side_time_derivative, $ G(u) $ is computed using element/side_constraint, and $ M(u,\dot{u})\dot{u} $ is computed using the mass_residual methods.

For second order (in time) systems, the (nonlinear) residual computed at each time step is

\[ M(u,\ddot{u})\ddot{u} + C(u,\dot{u})\dot{u} + F(u) + G(u) = 0 \]

for unsteady TimeSolver and $ F(u) = 0$ for steady TimeSolver. $F(u)$ is computed by element/side_time_derivative, $G(u)$ is computed using element/side_constraint, $C(u,\dot{u})\dot{u}$ is computed using the damping_residual methods and $ -M(u,\ddot{u})\ddot{u}$ is computed using the mass_residual methods. This is the sign convention used by the default implementation; if the method is overridden, the user can choose any self-consistent sign convention they wish.

FEMContext provides methods for querying values of the solution ${u}$, its "rate" $\dot{u}$ and its "acceleration" $\ddot{u}$. Furthermore, derivatives of each of these w.r.t the nonlinear iteration unknown (e.g. in EulerSolver, the solution at the next time step $ u_{n+1} $) are provided through DiffContext::get_elem_solution_derivative(), DiffContext::get_elem_solution_rate_derivative(), and DiffContext::get_elem_solution_accel_derivative(). The should be incorporated into the Jacobian evaluations, if the Jacobian is being provided.

Author
Roy H. Stogner
Date
2006

Definition at line 74 of file diff_physics.h.

Constructor & Destructor Documentation

libMesh::DifferentiablePhysics::DifferentiablePhysics ( )
inline

Constructor. Optionally initializes required data structures.

Definition at line 82 of file diff_physics.h.

References clear_physics(), clone_physics(), init_physics(), libMesh::sys, and ~DifferentiablePhysics().

82  :
83  compute_internal_sides (false),
88  {}
const unsigned int invalid_uint
Definition: libmesh.h:184
const class libmesh_nullptr_t libmesh_nullptr
virtual libMesh::DifferentiablePhysics::~DifferentiablePhysics ( )
virtual

Destructor.

Referenced by DifferentiablePhysics().

Member Function Documentation

bool libMesh::DifferentiablePhysics::_eulerian_time_deriv ( bool  request_jacobian,
DiffContext  
)

This method simply combines element_time_derivative() and eulerian_residual(), which makes its address useful as a pointer-to-member-function when refactoring.

Referenced by libMesh::EulerSolver::element_residual(), libMesh::Euler2Solver::element_residual(), libMesh::NewmarkSolver::element_residual(), and init_context().

virtual void libMesh::DifferentiablePhysics::clear_physics ( )
virtual

Clear any data structures associated with the physics.

Referenced by libMesh::DifferentiableSystem::clear(), and DifferentiablePhysics().

virtual UniquePtr<DifferentiablePhysics> libMesh::DifferentiablePhysics::clone_physics ( )
pure virtual

Copy of this object. User should override to copy any needed state.

Implemented in libMesh::DifferentiableSystem.

Referenced by libMesh::DifferentiableSystem::attach_physics(), and DifferentiablePhysics().

virtual bool libMesh::DifferentiablePhysics::damping_residual ( bool  request_jacobian,
DiffContext  
)
inlinevirtual

Subtracts a damping vector contribution on elem from elem_residual. This method is not used in first-order-in-time problems. For second-order-in-time problems, this is the $ C(u,\ddot{u})\ddot{u} $ term. This method is only called for UnsteadySolver-based TimeSolvers.

If this method receives request_jacobian = true, then it should compute elem_jacobian and return true if possible. If elem_jacobian has not been computed then the method should return false.

If the problem has no damping, the default "do-nothing" is correct. Otherwise, this must be reimplemented.

Definition at line 371 of file diff_physics.h.

Referenced by libMesh::EulerSolver::element_residual(), libMesh::Euler2Solver::element_residual(), and libMesh::NewmarkSolver::element_residual().

372  {
373  return request_jacobian;
374  }
virtual bool libMesh::DifferentiablePhysics::element_constraint ( bool  request_jacobian,
DiffContext  
)
inlinevirtual

Adds the constraint contribution on elem to elem_residual. If this method receives request_jacobian = true, then it should compute elem_jacobian and return true if possible. If elem_jacobian has not been computed then the method should return false.

Users may need to reimplement this for their particular PDE.

To implement the constraint 0 = G(u), the user should examine u = elem_solution and add (G(u), phi_i) to elem_residual in elem_constraint().

Definition at line 141 of file diff_physics.h.

Referenced by libMesh::EulerSolver::element_residual(), libMesh::Euler2Solver::element_residual(), libMesh::SteadySolver::element_residual(), libMesh::EigenTimeSolver::element_residual(), and libMesh::NewmarkSolver::element_residual().

142  {
143  return request_jacobian;
144  }
virtual bool libMesh::DifferentiablePhysics::element_time_derivative ( bool  request_jacobian,
DiffContext  
)
inlinevirtual

Adds the time derivative contribution on elem to elem_residual. If this method receives request_jacobian = true, then it should compute elem_jacobian and return true if possible. If elem_jacobian has not been computed then the method should return false.

Users need to reimplement this for their particular PDE.

To implement the physics model du/dt = F(u), the user should examine u = elem_solution and add (F(u), phi_i) to elem_residual in elem_time_derivative().

Definition at line 123 of file diff_physics.h.

Referenced by libMesh::SteadySolver::element_residual(), and libMesh::EigenTimeSolver::element_residual().

124  {
125  return request_jacobian;
126  }
virtual bool libMesh::DifferentiablePhysics::eulerian_residual ( bool  request_jacobian,
DiffContext  
)
inlinevirtual

Adds a pseudo-convection contribution on elem to elem_residual, if the nodes of elem are being translated by a moving mesh.

The library provides a basic implementation in FEMPhysics::eulerian_residual()

Reimplemented in libMesh::FEMPhysics.

Definition at line 291 of file diff_physics.h.

292  {
293  return request_jacobian;
294  }
const std::set<unsigned int>& libMesh::DifferentiablePhysics::get_first_order_vars ( ) const
inline
Returns
The set of first order in time variable indices. May be empty.

Definition at line 514 of file diff_physics.h.

References _first_order_vars.

Referenced by libMesh::DifferentiableSystem::have_first_order_scalar_vars().

515  { return _first_order_vars; }
std::set< unsigned int > _first_order_vars
Definition: diff_physics.h:556
const System * libMesh::DifferentiablePhysics::get_mesh_system ( ) const
inline
Returns
A const reference to the system with variables corresponding to mesh nodal coordinates, or NULL if the mesh is fixed. Useful for ALE calculations.

Definition at line 621 of file diff_physics.h.

References _mesh_sys.

Referenced by libMesh::FEMSystem::build_context(), and init_context().

622 {
623  return _mesh_sys;
624 }
System * libMesh::DifferentiablePhysics::get_mesh_system ( )
inline
Returns
A reference to the system with variables corresponding to mesh nodal coordinates, or NULL if the mesh is fixed.

Definition at line 627 of file diff_physics.h.

References _mesh_sys.

628 {
629  return _mesh_sys;
630 }
unsigned int libMesh::DifferentiablePhysics::get_mesh_x_var ( ) const
inline
Returns
The variable number corresponding to the mesh x coordinate. Useful for ALE calculations.

Definition at line 633 of file diff_physics.h.

References _mesh_x_var.

Referenced by libMesh::FEMSystem::build_context(), and init_context().

634 {
635  return _mesh_x_var;
636 }
unsigned int libMesh::DifferentiablePhysics::get_mesh_y_var ( ) const
inline
Returns
The variable number corresponding to the mesh y coordinate. Useful for ALE calculations.

Definition at line 639 of file diff_physics.h.

References _mesh_y_var.

Referenced by libMesh::FEMSystem::build_context(), and init_context().

640 {
641  return _mesh_y_var;
642 }
unsigned int libMesh::DifferentiablePhysics::get_mesh_z_var ( ) const
inline
Returns
The variable number corresponding to the mesh z coordinate. Useful for ALE calculations.

Definition at line 645 of file diff_physics.h.

References _mesh_z_var.

Referenced by libMesh::FEMSystem::build_context(), and init_context().

646 {
647  return _mesh_z_var;
648 }
const std::set<unsigned int>& libMesh::DifferentiablePhysics::get_second_order_vars ( ) const
inline
bool libMesh::DifferentiablePhysics::have_first_order_vars ( ) const
inline

Definition at line 508 of file diff_physics.h.

References _first_order_vars.

Referenced by libMesh::DifferentiableSystem::have_first_order_scalar_vars().

509  { return !_first_order_vars.empty(); }
std::set< unsigned int > _first_order_vars
Definition: diff_physics.h:556
bool libMesh::DifferentiablePhysics::have_second_order_vars ( ) const
inline

Definition at line 521 of file diff_physics.h.

References _second_order_vars.

Referenced by libMesh::EulerSolver::element_residual(), and libMesh::DifferentiableSystem::have_second_order_scalar_vars().

522  { return !_second_order_vars.empty(); }
std::set< unsigned int > _second_order_vars
Definition: diff_physics.h:561
virtual void libMesh::DifferentiablePhysics::init_context ( DiffContext )
inlinevirtual
virtual void libMesh::DifferentiablePhysics::init_physics ( const System sys)
virtual

Initialize any data structures associated with the physics.

Referenced by libMesh::DifferentiableSystem::attach_physics(), DifferentiablePhysics(), and libMesh::DifferentiableSystem::init_data().

bool libMesh::DifferentiablePhysics::is_first_order_var ( unsigned int  var) const
inline

Definition at line 517 of file diff_physics.h.

References _first_order_vars.

518  { return _first_order_vars.find(var) != _first_order_vars.end(); }
std::set< unsigned int > _first_order_vars
Definition: diff_physics.h:556
bool libMesh::DifferentiablePhysics::is_second_order_var ( unsigned int  var) const
inline

Definition at line 530 of file diff_physics.h.

References _second_order_vars.

Referenced by libMesh::FirstOrderUnsteadySolver::compute_second_order_eqns().

531  { return _second_order_vars.find(var) != _second_order_vars.end(); }
std::set< unsigned int > _second_order_vars
Definition: diff_physics.h:561
bool libMesh::DifferentiablePhysics::is_time_evolving ( unsigned int  var) const
inline
Returns
true iff variable var is evolving with respect to time. In general, the user's init() function should have set time_evolving() for any variables which behave like du/dt = F(u), and should not call time_evolving() for any variables which behave like 0 = G(u).

Definition at line 274 of file diff_physics.h.

References _time_evolving, and libMesh::libmesh_assert().

Referenced by libMesh::FEMSystem::init_context().

275  {
276  libmesh_assert_less(var,_time_evolving.size());
277  libmesh_assert( _time_evolving[var] == 0 ||
278  _time_evolving[var] == 1 ||
279  _time_evolving[var] == 2 );
280  return _time_evolving[var];
281  }
libmesh_assert(j)
std::vector< unsigned int > _time_evolving
Definition: diff_physics.h:551
virtual bool libMesh::DifferentiablePhysics::mass_residual ( bool  request_jacobian,
DiffContext  
)
inlinevirtual

Subtracts a mass vector contribution on elem from elem_residual. For first-order-in-time problems, this is the $ M(u,\dot{u})\dot{u} $ term. For second-order-in-time problems, this is the $ M(u,\ddot{u})\ddot{u} $ term. This method is only called for UnsteadySolver-based TimeSolvers.

If this method receives request_jacobian = true, then it should compute elem_jacobian and return true if possible. If elem_jacobian has not been computed then the method should return false.

Many first-order-in-time problems can use the reimplementation in FEMPhysics::mass_residual which subtracts (du/dt,v) for each transient variable u; users with more complicated transient problems or second-order-in-time problems will need to reimplement this themselves.

Reimplemented in libMesh::FEMPhysics.

Definition at line 315 of file diff_physics.h.

Referenced by libMesh::EulerSolver::element_residual(), libMesh::Euler2Solver::element_residual(), libMesh::NewmarkSolver::element_residual(), and libMesh::EigenTimeSolver::element_residual().

316  {
317  return request_jacobian;
318  }
virtual bool libMesh::DifferentiablePhysics::nonlocal_constraint ( bool  request_jacobian,
DiffContext  
)
inlinevirtual

Adds any nonlocal constraint contributions (e.g. some components of constraints in scalar variable equations) to elem_residual

If this method receives request_jacobian = true, then it should also modify elem_jacobian and return true if possible. If the Jacobian changes have not been computed then the method should return false.

Users may need to reimplement this for PDEs on systems to which SCALAR variables with non-transient equations have been added.

Definition at line 226 of file diff_physics.h.

Referenced by libMesh::EulerSolver::nonlocal_residual(), libMesh::Euler2Solver::nonlocal_residual(), libMesh::SteadySolver::nonlocal_residual(), libMesh::EigenTimeSolver::nonlocal_residual(), and libMesh::NewmarkSolver::nonlocal_residual().

227  {
228  return request_jacobian;
229  }
virtual bool libMesh::DifferentiablePhysics::nonlocal_damping_residual ( bool  request_jacobian,
DiffContext  
)
inlinevirtual

Subtracts any nonlocal damping vector contributions (e.g. any first time derivative coefficients in scalar variable equations) from elem_residual

If this method receives request_jacobian = true, then it should also modify elem_jacobian and return true if possible. If the Jacobian changes have not been computed then the method should return false.

Definition at line 403 of file diff_physics.h.

Referenced by libMesh::EulerSolver::nonlocal_residual(), libMesh::Euler2Solver::nonlocal_residual(), and libMesh::NewmarkSolver::nonlocal_residual().

404  {
405  return request_jacobian;
406  }
virtual bool libMesh::DifferentiablePhysics::nonlocal_mass_residual ( bool  request_jacobian,
DiffContext c 
)
virtual

Subtracts any nonlocal mass vector contributions (e.g. any time derivative coefficients in scalar variable equations) from elem_residual

If this method receives request_jacobian = true, then it should also modify elem_jacobian and return true if possible. If the Jacobian changes have not been computed then the method should return false.

Many problems can use the reimplementation in FEMPhysics::mass_residual which subtracts (du/dt,v) for each transient scalar variable u; users with more complicated transient scalar variable equations will need to reimplement this themselves.

Referenced by libMesh::EulerSolver::nonlocal_residual(), libMesh::Euler2Solver::nonlocal_residual(), libMesh::EigenTimeSolver::nonlocal_residual(), libMesh::NewmarkSolver::nonlocal_residual(), and side_mass_residual().

virtual bool libMesh::DifferentiablePhysics::nonlocal_time_derivative ( bool  request_jacobian,
DiffContext  
)
inlinevirtual

Adds any nonlocal time derivative contributions (e.g. some components of time derivatives in scalar variable equations) to elem_residual

If this method receives request_jacobian = true, then it should also modify elem_jacobian and return true if possible. If the Jacobian changes have not been computed then the method should return false.

Users may need to reimplement this for PDEs on systems to which SCALAR variables have been added.

Definition at line 208 of file diff_physics.h.

Referenced by libMesh::EulerSolver::nonlocal_residual(), libMesh::Euler2Solver::nonlocal_residual(), libMesh::SteadySolver::nonlocal_residual(), libMesh::EigenTimeSolver::nonlocal_residual(), and libMesh::NewmarkSolver::nonlocal_residual().

209  {
210  return request_jacobian;
211  }
void libMesh::DifferentiablePhysics::set_mesh_system ( System sys)
inlinevirtual

Tells the DifferentiablePhysics that system sys contains the isoparametric Lagrangian variables which correspond to the coordinates of mesh nodes, in problems where the mesh itself is expected to move in time.

The system with mesh coordinate data (which may be this system itself, for fully coupled moving mesh problems) is currently assumed to have new (end of time step) mesh coordinates stored in solution, old (beginning of time step) mesh coordinates stored in _old_nonlinear_solution, and constant velocity motion during each time step.

Activating this function ensures that local (but not neighbor!) element geometry is correctly repositioned when evaluating element residuals.

Currently sys must be *this for a tightly coupled moving mesh problem or NULL to stop mesh movement; loosely coupled moving mesh problems are not implemented.

This code is experimental. "Trust but verify, and not in that order"

Definition at line 577 of file diff_physics.h.

References _mesh_sys, and libMesh::sys.

Referenced by init_context().

578 {
579  // For now we assume that we're doing fully coupled mesh motion
580  // if (sys && sys != this)
581  // libmesh_not_implemented();
582 
583  // For the foreseeable future we'll assume that we keep these
584  // Systems in the same EquationSystems
585  // libmesh_assert_equal_to (&this->get_equation_systems(),
586  // &sys->get_equation_systems());
587 
588  // And for the immediate future this code may not even work
589  libmesh_experimental();
590 
591  _mesh_sys = sys;
592 }
ImplicitSystem & sys
void libMesh::DifferentiablePhysics::set_mesh_x_var ( unsigned int  var)
inlinevirtual

Tells the DifferentiablePhysics that variable var from the mesh system should be used to update the x coordinate of mesh nodes, in problems where the mesh itself is expected to move in time.

The system with mesh coordinate data (which may be this system itself, for fully coupled moving mesh problems) is currently assumed to have new (end of time step) mesh coordinates stored in solution, old (beginning of time step) mesh coordinates stored in _old_nonlinear_solution, and constant velocity motion during each time step.

Activating this function ensures that local (but not neighbor!) element geometry is correctly repositioned when evaluating element residuals.

Definition at line 597 of file diff_physics.h.

References _mesh_x_var.

Referenced by init_context().

598 {
599  _mesh_x_var = var;
600 }
void libMesh::DifferentiablePhysics::set_mesh_y_var ( unsigned int  var)
inlinevirtual

Tells the DifferentiablePhysics that variable var from the mesh system should be used to update the y coordinate of mesh nodes.

Definition at line 605 of file diff_physics.h.

References _mesh_y_var.

Referenced by init_context().

606 {
607  _mesh_y_var = var;
608 }
void libMesh::DifferentiablePhysics::set_mesh_z_var ( unsigned int  var)
inlinevirtual

Tells the DifferentiablePhysics that variable var from the mesh system should be used to update the z coordinate of mesh nodes.

Definition at line 613 of file diff_physics.h.

References _mesh_z_var.

Referenced by init_context().

614 {
615  _mesh_z_var = var;
616 }
virtual bool libMesh::DifferentiablePhysics::side_constraint ( bool  request_jacobian,
DiffContext  
)
inlinevirtual

Adds the constraint contribution on side of elem to elem_residual. If this method receives request_jacobian = true, then it should compute elem_jacobian and return true if possible. If elem_jacobian has not been computed then the method should return false.

Users may need to reimplement this for their particular PDE depending on the boundary conditions.

To implement a weak form of the constraint 0 = G(u), the user should examine u = elem_solution and add (G(u), phi_i) boundary integral contributions to elem_residual in side_constraint().

Definition at line 190 of file diff_physics.h.

Referenced by libMesh::EulerSolver::side_residual(), libMesh::Euler2Solver::side_residual(), libMesh::SteadySolver::side_residual(), libMesh::EigenTimeSolver::side_residual(), and libMesh::NewmarkSolver::side_residual().

191  {
192  return request_jacobian;
193  }
virtual bool libMesh::DifferentiablePhysics::side_damping_residual ( bool  request_jacobian,
DiffContext  
)
inlinevirtual

Subtracts a damping vector contribution on side of elem from elem_residual. If this method receives request_jacobian = true, then it should compute elem_jacobian and return true if possible. If elem_jacobian has not been computed then the method should return false.

For most problems, the default implementation of "do nothing" is correct; users with boundary conditions including first time derivatives may need to reimplement this themselves.

Definition at line 388 of file diff_physics.h.

Referenced by libMesh::EulerSolver::side_residual(), libMesh::Euler2Solver::side_residual(), and libMesh::NewmarkSolver::side_residual().

389  {
390  return request_jacobian;
391  }
virtual bool libMesh::DifferentiablePhysics::side_mass_residual ( bool  request_jacobian,
DiffContext  
)
inlinevirtual

Subtracts a mass vector contribution on side of elem from elem_residual. If this method receives request_jacobian = true, then it should compute elem_jacobian and return true if possible. If elem_jacobian has not been computed then the method should return false.

For most problems, the default implementation of "do nothing" is correct; users with boundary conditions including time derivatives may need to reimplement this themselves.

Definition at line 332 of file diff_physics.h.

References nonlocal_mass_residual().

Referenced by libMesh::EulerSolver::side_residual(), libMesh::Euler2Solver::side_residual(), libMesh::EigenTimeSolver::side_residual(), and libMesh::NewmarkSolver::side_residual().

333  {
334  return request_jacobian;
335  }
virtual bool libMesh::DifferentiablePhysics::side_time_derivative ( bool  request_jacobian,
DiffContext  
)
inlinevirtual

Adds the time derivative contribution on side of elem to elem_residual. If this method receives request_jacobian = true, then it should compute elem_jacobian and return true if possible. If elem_jacobian has not been computed then the method should return false.

Users may need to reimplement this for their particular PDE depending on the boundary conditions.

To implement a weak form of the source term du/dt = F(u) on sides, such as might arise in a flux boundary condition, the user should examine u = elem_solution and add (F(u), phi_i) boundary integral contributions to elem_residual in side_constraint().

Definition at line 170 of file diff_physics.h.

Referenced by libMesh::EulerSolver::side_residual(), libMesh::Euler2Solver::side_residual(), libMesh::SteadySolver::side_residual(), libMesh::EigenTimeSolver::side_residual(), and libMesh::NewmarkSolver::side_residual().

171  {
172  return request_jacobian;
173  }
virtual void libMesh::DifferentiablePhysics::time_evolving ( unsigned int  var)
inlinevirtual

Tells the DiffSystem that variable var is evolving with respect to time. In general, the user's init() function should call time_evolving() for any variables which behave like du/dt = F(u), and should not call time_evolving() for any variables which behave like 0 = G(u).

Most derived systems will not have to reimplement this function; however any system which reimplements mass_residual() may have to reimplement time_evolving() to prepare data structures.

Deprecated:
Instead, use the time_evolving override and specify the order-in-time of the variable, either 1 or 2. This method assumes the variable is first order for backward compatibility.

Definition at line 247 of file diff_physics.h.

Referenced by libMesh::DifferentiableSystem::add_second_order_dot_vars().

248  {
249  libmesh_deprecated();
250  this->time_evolving(var,1);
251  }
virtual void time_evolving(unsigned int var)
Definition: diff_physics.h:247
virtual void libMesh::DifferentiablePhysics::time_evolving ( unsigned int  var,
unsigned int  order 
)
virtual

Tells the DiffSystem that variable var is evolving with respect to time. In general, the user's init() function should call time_evolving() with order 1 for any variables which behave like du/dt = F(u), with order 2 for any variables that behave like d^2u/dt^2 = F(u), and should not call time_evolving() for any variables which behave like 0 = G(u).

Most derived systems will not have to reimplement this function; however any system which reimplements mass_residual() may have to reimplement time_evolving() to prepare data structures.

Member Data Documentation

std::set<unsigned int> libMesh::DifferentiablePhysics::_first_order_vars
protected

Variable indices for those variables that are first order in time.

Definition at line 556 of file diff_physics.h.

Referenced by get_first_order_vars(), have_first_order_vars(), and is_first_order_var().

System* libMesh::DifferentiablePhysics::_mesh_sys
protected
unsigned int libMesh::DifferentiablePhysics::_mesh_x_var
protected

Variables from which to acquire moving mesh information

Definition at line 544 of file diff_physics.h.

Referenced by get_mesh_x_var(), libMesh::FEMSystem::mesh_position_get(), libMesh::FEMSystem::numerical_jacobian(), and set_mesh_x_var().

unsigned int libMesh::DifferentiablePhysics::_mesh_y_var
protected
unsigned int libMesh::DifferentiablePhysics::_mesh_z_var
protected
std::map<unsigned int,unsigned int> libMesh::DifferentiablePhysics::_second_order_dot_vars
protected

If the user adds any second order variables, then we need to also cache the map to their corresponding dot variable that will be added by this TimeSolver class.

Definition at line 568 of file diff_physics.h.

Referenced by libMesh::DifferentiableSystem::add_second_order_dot_vars(), and libMesh::DifferentiableSystem::get_second_order_dot_var().

std::set<unsigned int> libMesh::DifferentiablePhysics::_second_order_vars
protected

Variable indices for those variables that are second order in time.

Definition at line 561 of file diff_physics.h.

Referenced by get_second_order_vars(), have_second_order_vars(), and is_second_order_var().

std::vector<unsigned int> libMesh::DifferentiablePhysics::_time_evolving
protected

Stores unsigned int to tell us which variables are evolving as first order in time (1), second order in time (2), or are not time evolving (0).

Definition at line 551 of file diff_physics.h.

Referenced by is_time_evolving().

bool libMesh::DifferentiablePhysics::compute_internal_sides

compute_internal_sides is false by default, indicating that side_* computations will only be done on boundary sides. If compute_internal_sides is true, computations will be done on sides between elements as well.

Definition at line 152 of file diff_physics.h.


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