physics/Gravity useGravity [BOOLEAN] [FALSE] Whether gravity calculations should be performed. physics/Gravity/GravityMain useGravity [BOOLEAN] [TRUE] Should the gravity calculations be performed? physics/Gravity/GravityMain/Constant gconst [REAL] [-981.] Valid Values: Unconstrained Gravitational acceleration constant gdirec [STRING] ["x"] Valid Values: Unconstrained Direction of acceleration ("x", "y", "z") physics/Gravity/GravityMain/PlanePar gravsoft [REAL] [.0001] Valid Values: Unconstrained softening length ptdirn [INTEGER] [1] Valid Values: Unconstrained x = 1, y = 2, z = 3 ptmass [REAL] [10000.] Valid Values: Unconstrained mass of the point ptxpos [REAL] [1.] Valid Values: Unconstrained location of the point mass, in the ptdirn direction physics/Gravity/GravityMain/PointMass gravsoft [REAL] [0.001] Valid Values: Unconstrained ptmass [REAL] [10000.] Valid Values: Unconstrained ptxpos [REAL] [1.] Valid Values: Unconstrained ptypos [REAL] [-10.] Valid Values: Unconstrained ptzpos [REAL] [0.] Valid Values: Unconstrained physics/Gravity/GravityMain/Poisson grav_temporal_extrp [BOOLEAN] [FALSE] extrapolate or otherwise rescale grav_unjunkPden [BOOLEAN] [TRUE] controls whether Gravity_potentialListOfBlocks attempts to restore the part of the "pden" ("particle density") UNK variable that is due to particles, or leaves "pden" as it is, after a Poisson equation solve. This only applies meaningfully when a "pden" variable is declared and the gravitational potential is calculated by solving a Poisson equation whose right-hand side includes a mass distribution to which both hydrodynamic fluid density and massive particles contribute. The "pden" variable will have been set to the sum of the fluid density ("dens" variable) and the density resulting from mapping massive particles to the mesh, so that is what remains in "pden" when grav_unjunkPden is set to FALSE. Otherwise, "dens" will be subtraced from "pden" before Gravity_potentialListOfBlocks returns, and "pden" will be left containing only the mass density that is due to particles. point_mass [REAL] [0.e0] Valid Values: Unconstrained mass of the central point-like object point_mass_rsoft [REAL] [0.e0] Valid Values: Unconstrained softening radius for the point-like mass (in units of number of the finest level cells) updateGravity [BOOLEAN] [TRUE] allow gravity value to be updated

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