Modules

Here is a list of all modules:

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▼Porous-Medium Flow Models | Single and multi-phase models for flow and transport in porous materials |

1p | Single-phase (immiscible) Darcy flow |

1pnc | Single-phase, multi-component Darcy flow |

1pncmin | Single-phase, multi-component Darcy flow with mineralization |

2p | Two-phase (immiscible) Darcy flow |

2p1c | Two-phase, one-component Darcy flow |

2p2c | Two-phase, two-component Darcy flow |

2pnc | Two-phase, multi-component Darcy flow |

2pncmin | Two-phase, multi-component Darcy flow with mineralization |

3p | Three-phase (immiscible) Darcy flow |

3p3c | Three-phase, three-component Darcy flow |

3pwateroil | Three-phase, two-component Darcy flow with water (liquid & gas) and oil |

boxdfm | Vertex-centered, continuous-pressure, conforming lower-dimensional discrete-fracture model |

CO2 | Two-phase, two-component Darcy flow specialized for supercritical CO_{2} storage |

mineralization | Model adding components that can precipitate as a solid phase to a standard Darcy flow model |

mpnc | Generalized multi-phase, multi-component Darcy flow |

▼NonEquilibrium | Model that adds nonequilibrium equations to another porous medium flow model (only used in MPNCModel currently) |

ThermalNonEquilibrium | Model that adapts the energy localresidual to thermal nonequilibrium |

nonisothermal | Model that adds an energy equation (thermal equilibrium) to another porous medium flow model |

Richards | Richards flow |

Richards nc | Richards multi-component flow |

Solid energy | Energy equation for the solid (general heat equation) |

Tracer | Multi-component advection-diffusion-reaction model with given velocity field |

▼Free Flow Models | Single-phase models based on the Navier-Stokes equation |

Navier-Stokes | Single-phase Navier-Stokes flow |

▼Reynolds-Averaged Navier-Stokes | Single-phase Reynolds-Averaged Navier-Stokes flow |

0-Eq. Models | Zero-equation or algebraic turbulence models |

1-Eq. Models | One-equation turbulence model by Spalart-Allmaras |

▼2-Eq. Models | Two-equation turbulence models |

K-epsilon model | K-epsilon model |

K-omega model | K-omega model |

Low-Re k-epsilon model | Low-Re k-epsilon model |

SST model | SST model |

Compositional | Single-phase multi-component free-flow flow models |

Nonisothermal | An energy equation adaptor for isothermal free-flow models |

2D shallow water model | Two-dimensional shallow water flow (depth-averaged) |

▼Geomechanics Models | Models taking into account solid deformation |

Solid mechanics w/o fluid pressure | Models linear elastic deformation of a solid. Disregards fluid pressure |

Solid mechanics with fluid pressure | Models linear elastic deformation of a solid. Takes fluid pressure into account |

Geometry | Algorithms for geometry computations (intersections, distances, ...) |

▼Discretization schemes | The discretization schemes available in DuMu^{x} |

Box FV scheme | The box method is a collocated finite volume scheme with control volumes centered at grid nodes |

▼Cell-centered FV scheme | Finite volume schemes with degrees of freedom located at grid cell centers |

Two-point flux approximation (Tpfa) | A cell-centered finite volume scheme with two-point flux approximation |

Multi-point flux approximation (Mpfa) | A cell-centered finite volume scheme with multi-point flux approximation |

Face-centered staggered FV scheme | A staggered finite volume scheme with degrees of freedom at cell-centers and facets. In this implementation, momentum control volumes exist |

Staggered FV scheme | A staggered finite volume scheme with degrees of freedom at cell-centers and facets. In this implementation, momentum control volumes do not explicitly exist, but the implementation uses workarounds |

Finite element method | The finite element method |

Pore network model discretization | The pore-network model discretization |

▼Flux | Everything flux related in DuMu^{x} |

Flux related to the box scheme | Flux related to the box scheme |

Flux related to the cell-centered schemes | Flux related to the cell-centered schemes |

Flux related to the cell-centered two-point flux approximation schemes | Flux related to the cell-centered two-point flux approximation schemes |

Flux related to the cell-centered multi-point flux approximation schemes | Flux related to the cell-centered multi-point flux approximation schemes |

Flux related to the pore network models | Flux related to the pore newtwork models |

Flux related to the staggered scheme | Flux related to the staggered scheme |

Flux related to the shallow water model | Flux related to the shallow water model |

▼Material and Fluid Framework | The material and fluid framework with constitutive laws and mixture physics |

Binary Coefficients | Binary coefficients |

Chemistry | Chemical reactions |

▼Components | Thermodynamics of single chemical species or fixed mixtures of species |

IAPWS | Tabulated values according to the International Association for the Properties of Water and Steam (IAPWS) |

Constraint Solvers | Constraint solvers converting primary to secondary variables |

Equation of State | Equations of state |

Fluid-Matrix Interactions | E.g. pc-Sw, kr-Sw relations, effective diffusion coefficients |

Fluid States | Fluid states are responsible for representing the complete thermodynamic configuration of a system at a given spatial and temporal position |

Fluid Systems | Fluid systems express the thermodynamic relations (functions) |

Solid States | Solid states are responsible for representing all relevant thermodynamic quantities of solid systems |

Solid Systems | Solid systems express the thermodynamic relations (functions) |

Spatial Parameters | Parameters of the porous matrix and other parameter varying with position (e.g. porosity) |

Adaptive | Adaptive grids |

▼Assembly and Solvers | Assembling matrices and vectors, solvers for linear and nonlinear equations |

Assembly | Assembly of linear systems (Jacobian and residual) |

Linear | Linear solvers and helpers |

Nonlinear | Nonlinear solvers: Newton method |

Parallel | Files for communication of parallel solvers |

▼Common | Common classes, functions, properties and concepts |

Properties | Basic properties of all models in DuMu^{x} |

Typetraits | Basic Type traits in DuMu^{x} |

Input Output | Input and output of data and grids |

▼Multidomain simulations | Coupling of several regular DuMu^{x} problems |

▼Boundary coupling mode | Couples problems of different or equal dimension that touch at the domain boundary. Examples are equal-dimension multi-physics problems like Darcy-Stokes coupling or PNM (pore network model)-Darcy coupling |

Darcy-Darcy domain coupling | Couples domains with equal-dimension multi-physics problems in a Darcy-Darcy coupling |

Free flow-Pore network domain coupling | Couples domains with equal-dimension multi-physics problems in a Free flow-Pore network coupling |

Free flow-Porous medium domain coupling | Couples domains with equal-dimension multi-physics problems in a Free flow-Porous medium coupling |

Stokes-Darcy domain coupling | Couples domains with equal-dimension multi-physics problems in a Stokes-Darcy coupling |

Embedded mixed-dimension coupling mode | Couples problems of different dimensions where one or more lower-dimensional problems (lowdim) are embedded in a higher-dimensional domain (bulk). Examples are embedded one-dimensional networks for the simulation of blood tissue perfusion, or root-soil interaction, and embedded fracture models |

Conforming mixed-dimension facet coupling mode | Couples problems of different dimensions where one or more lower-dimensional problems (lowdim) live on the facets of the higher-dimensional domain (bulk). Examples are discrete facet conforming fracture models and problems with physics on a domain surface |

▼Pore-Network Models | Single and multi-phase models for flow and transport in pore networks |

1p | Single-phase (immiscible) flow |

1pnc | Single-phase, multi-component flow |

2p | Two-phase (immiscible) flow |

Time stepping | The time stepping |

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