Grid/GridMain bndPriorityOne [INTEGER] [1] Valid Values: 1, 2, 3 indicates which direction (IAXIS, JAXIS, or KAXIS) gets top priority when applying boundary conditions in corner guardcells We define three values for edges left, center, right, of which center represents interior, while left and right represent the corresponding guardcells. We define a corner where more than one dimension has its its guardcells, so the application must determine which direction gets to fill them. In 2-D, there are four corners: (left,left), (left,right), (right,left) and (right,right). In 3-D case, the following corners are possible : (left,left,left),(left,left,center), (left,left,right),(left,center,left), (left,center,right),(left,right,left), (left,right,center),(left,right,right) (center,left,left),(center,left,right), (center,right,left),(center,right,right), (right,left,left),(right,left,center), (right,left,right),(right,center,left), (right,center,right),(right,right,left), (right,right,center),(right,right,right) bndPriorityThree [INTEGER] [3] Valid Values: 1, 2, 3 the least priority dimension in applying boundary conditions bndPriorityTwo [INTEGER] [2] Valid Values: 1, 2, 3 the second priority dimension in applying boundary conditions convertToConsvdForMeshCalls [BOOLEAN] [FALSE] indicates if appropriate variables are converted from primitive to conserved form during propagation before control is passed to Paramesh for refinement, derefinement, or guardcell filling. This is the old way of ensuring that solution variables are in the correct form for interpolation. It involves unnecessary conversions back and forth and should be obsoleted by the newer mechanism enabled by runtime parameter "convertToConsvdInMeshInterp". The name is a replacement for the old "conserved_var" which many people have found to be very confusing terminology. eosMode [STRING] ["dens_ie_recal_gather"] Valid Values: "dens_ie", "dens_pres", "dens_temp", "dens_ie_all", "dens_ie_scatter", "dens_ie_gather", "dens_ie_sele_gather", "dens_temp_equi", "dens_temp_all", "dens_temp_gather", "dens_ie_recal_gather", "dens_ie_mat_gather_pradscale" determines how to operate on thermodynamic quantities. Possible values are "dens_ie", where density and internal energy are supplied and pressure and temperature are returned; "dens_pres", where density and pressure are given and energy and temperature are computed; and "dens_temp", where density and temperature are given and pressure and energy are computed. Other values may also be available as, depending on whether a multiTemp Eos is used and on implementation of additional physics. For 3T simulations, the best choice is "dens_ie_recal_gather", since this mode will ensure that total energy is conserved when refinement changes occur. eosModeInit [STRING] ["dens_ie"] Valid Values: "dens_ie", "dens_pres", "dens_temp", "dens_ie_all", "dens_ie_scatter", "dens_ie_gather", "dens_temp_equi", "dens_temp_all", "dens_temp_gather", "eos_nop" determines how to operate on thermodynamic quantities for the initial conditions. A call to Simulation_initBlock sets initial conditions on each block, and an eos call follows which ensures the initial values are thermodynamically consistent. The value of eosModeInit determines the mode in which these eos calls operate. Possible values are "dens_ie", where density and internal energy are supplied and pressure and temperature are returned; "dens_pres", where density and pressure are given and energy and temperature are computed; and "dens_temp", where density and temperature are given and pressure and energy are computed. Other values may also be available as, depending on whether a multiTemp Eos is used and on implementation of additional physics. geometry [STRING] ["cartesian"] Valid Values: "cartesian", "polar", "cylindrical", "spherical" Grid geometry geometryOverride [BOOLEAN] [FALSE] whether to bypass some geometry sanity checks - use at your own risk. gr_bcEnableApplyMixedGds [BOOLEAN] [TRUE] whether to enable the Grid_bcApplyToRegionMixedGds interface for implementing boundary conditions with access to the variables of mixed GDSs (in particlular, cell-centered UNK varsiables and face variables). This only has an effect if the GridBoundaryConditions subunit is included and the simulation actually supplies an implementation of Grid_bcApplyToRegionMixedGds. reduceGcellFills [BOOLEAN] [FALSE] smalle [REAL] [1.E-10] Valid Values: Unconstrained Cutoff value for energy smallx [REAL] [1.E-10] Valid Values: Unconstrained Cutoff value for abundances unbiased_geometry [BOOLEAN] [FALSE] attempt to remove floating point bias from geometry discretization. Not implemented in FLASH3. xl_boundary_type [STRING] ["periodic"] Valid Values: Unconstrained lower (left) boundary condition in x dir xmax [REAL] [1.] Valid Values: Unconstrained physical domain upper bound in x dir xmin [REAL] [0.] Valid Values: Unconstrained physical domain lower bound in x dir xr_boundary_type [STRING] ["periodic"] Valid Values: Unconstrained upper (right) boundary condition in x dir yl_boundary_type [STRING] ["periodic"] Valid Values: Unconstrained lower boundary condition in y dir ymax [REAL] [1.] Valid Values: Unconstrained physical domain upper bound in y dir ymin [REAL] [0.] Valid Values: Unconstrained physical domain lower bound in y dir yr_boundary_type [STRING] ["periodic"] Valid Values: Unconstrained upper boundary condition in y dir zl_boundary_type [STRING] ["periodic"] Valid Values: Unconstrained lower boundary condition in z dir zmax [REAL] [1.] Valid Values: Unconstrained physical domain lower bound in x dir zmin [REAL] [0.] Valid Values: Unconstrained physical domain lower bound in z dir zr_boundary_type [STRING] ["periodic"] Valid Values: Unconstrained upper boundary condition in z dir Grid/GridMain/Chombo verbosity [INTEGER] [0] Valid Values: 0 to INFTY Grid/GridMain/Chombo/AMR BRMeshRefineBlockFactor [INTEGER] [8] Valid Values: 1 to INFTY BRMeshRefineBufferSize [INTEGER] [1] Valid Values: 0 to INFTY BRMeshRefineFillRatio [REAL] [0.75] Valid Values: 0.0 to 1.0 QuadCFInterp [BOOLEAN] [False] Whether to use quadratic coarse-fine boundary interpolation. convertToConsvdForMeshCalls [BOOLEAN] [TRUE] indicates if appropriate variables are converted from primitive to conserved form during propagation before control is passed to Chombo for refinement, derefinement, or guardcell filling. convertToConsvdInMeshInterp [BOOLEAN] [FALSE] indicates if appropriate variables are converted to conserved form during propagation within the interpolation routines invoked by Chombo. This applies to interpolation (both "prolongation" and "restriction") in the course of refinement, derefinement, or guardcell filling. This is not yet implemented, but needs to get implemented soon because manually converting in several different FLASH Fortran Grid leads to the possibility of overlooking at least one FLASH Fortran Grid subroutine. derefine_cutoff_1 [REAL] [0.2] Valid Values: Unconstrained threshold value to trigger derefinement for refine_var_1 derefine_cutoff_2 [REAL] [0.2] Valid Values: Unconstrained threshold value to trigger derefinement for refine_var_2 derefine_cutoff_3 [REAL] [0.2] Valid Values: Unconstrained threshold value to trigger derefinement for refine_var_3 derefine_cutoff_4 [REAL] [0.2] Valid Values: Unconstrained threshold value to trigger derefinement for refine_var_4 earlyBlockDistAdjustment [BOOLEAN] [TRUE] If true, let Paramesh redistribute blocks across processors early, so that the block distribution chosen by Paramesh will be in effect when time evolution begins after restart. If earlyBlockDistAdjustment is false, the block distribution enacted by the IO unit when it read a checkpoint file will normally still be in effect when time evolution begins after a restart. This flag is ignored if not restarting from a checkpoint. enableMaskedGCFill [BOOLEAN] [FALSE] When enableMaskedGCFill is FALSE, Grid_fillGuardCells is forced to always ignore optional mask arguments when present in calls. This is the default behavior. Set enableMaskedGCFill TRUE to enable masked guard cell filling. flux_correct [BOOLEAN] [true] turns on or off flux correction gr_lrefineMaxRedDoByLogR [BOOLEAN] [FALSE] Softly force effectively a lower lrefine_max depending on distance from center. See gr_lrefineMaxRedRadiusFact. gr_lrefineMaxRedDoByTime [BOOLEAN] [FALSE] Lower the effective lrefine_max as a function of time. See runtime parameters gr_lrefineMaxRedTRef, gr_lrefineMaxRedTimeScale, and gr_lrefineMaxRedLogBase. gr_lrefineMaxRedLogBase [REAL] [10.0] Valid Values: 1.0 to INFTY Logarithm base for determining when repeated reductions in effective lrefine_max should happen. The nth reduction will happen at t=gr_lrefineMaxRedTRef+gr_lrefineMaxRedTimeScale*gr_lrefineMaxRedLogBase**(n-1). gr_lrefineMaxRedRadiusFact [REAL] [0.0] Valid Values: 0.0 to INFTY factor that determines a minimum resolution (and thus maximum refinement level) based on distance from a center. See x_refine_center, y_refine_center, z_refine_center for the center coordinates. This is approximately (linearly) equivalent to requiring a minimum *angular* resolution, within the limits set by the global lrefine_min and lrefine_max. Only used when gr_lrefineMaxRedDoByLogR is TRUE. gr_lrefineMaxRedTRef [REAL] [0.0] Valid Values: Unconstrained reference time for time-based max level reduction. The effective reduction of lrefine_max only kicks in for times greater than gr_lrefineMaxRedTRef. The first time lrefine_max is effectively lowered actually happens at t=gr_lrefineMaxRedTRef+gr_lrefineMaxRedTimeScale. gr_lrefineMaxRedTimeScale [REAL] [1.0] Valid Values: TINY to INFTY the time scale for effectively lowering lrefine_max: The first reduction takes place at t=gr_lrefineMaxRedTRef+gr_lrefineMaxRedTimeScale. iGridSize [INTEGER] [16] Valid Values: 1 to INFTY Global number of interior cells in the i direction interpol_order [INTEGER] [2] Valid Values: 0, 1, 2 the default interpolation order when using "monotonic" interpolation routines jGridSize [INTEGER] [16] Valid Values: 1 to INFTY Global number of interior cells in the j direction kGridSize [INTEGER] [16] Valid Values: 1 to INFTY Global number of interior cells in the k direction lrefine_del [INTEGER] [0] Valid Values: 0 to INFTY Try to reduce the maximum refinement level by this number of levels on a restart. lrefine_max [INTEGER] [1] Valid Values: 1 to INFTY maximum AMR refinement level lrefine_min [INTEGER] [1] Valid Values: 1 minimum AMR refinement level maxBlockSize [INTEGER] [16] Valid Values: 0 to INFTY max_particles_per_blk [INTEGER] [100] Valid Values: Unconstrained integer if the number of particles in a block exceeds this, it must refine when particle count is a refinement criterion min_particles_per_blk [INTEGER] [1] Valid Values: Unconstrained integer if the number of particles in a block is below this, it must derefine when particle count is a refinement criterion nrefs [INTEGER] [2] Valid Values: Unconstrained refine/derefine AMR grid every nrefs timesteps refRatio [INTEGER] [2] Valid Values: 0 to INFTY The integer refinement jump between levels refine_cutoff_1 [REAL] [0.8] Valid Values: Unconstrained threshold value to trigger refinement for refine_var_1 refine_cutoff_2 [REAL] [0.8] Valid Values: Unconstrained threshold value to trigger refinement for refine_var_2 refine_cutoff_3 [REAL] [0.8] Valid Values: Unconstrained threshold value to trigger refinement for refine_var_3 refine_cutoff_4 [REAL] [0.8] Valid Values: Unconstrained threshold value to trigger refinement for refine_var_4 refine_filter_1 [REAL] [0.01] Valid Values: Unconstrained prevents error calculations to determine refinement from diverging numerically for refine_var_1 refine_filter_2 [REAL] [0.01] Valid Values: Unconstrained prevents error calculations to determine refinement from diverging numerically for refine_var_1 refine_filter_3 [REAL] [0.01] Valid Values: Unconstrained prevents error calculations to determine refinement from diverging numerically for refine_var_3 refine_filter_4 [REAL] [0.01] Valid Values: Unconstrained prevents error calculations to determine refinement from diverging numerically for refine_var_4 refine_on_particle_count [BOOLEAN] [FALSE] if true, the count of particles in blocks act as a refinement criterion refine_var_1 [STRING] ["none"] Valid Values: Unconstrained indicates 1st variable on which to refine refine_var_2 [STRING] ["none"] Valid Values: Unconstrained indicates 2nd variable on which to refine refine_var_3 [STRING] ["none"] Valid Values: Unconstrained indicates 3rd variable on which to refine refine_var_4 [STRING] ["none"] Valid Values: Unconstrained indicates 4th variable on which to refine refine_var_count [INTEGER] [4] Valid Values: Unconstrained count of maximum allowed variable to be used restrictBeforeGhostExchange [BOOLEAN] [True] Whether to restrict all data before small [REAL] [1.E-10] Valid Values: Unconstrained Cutoff value ... DEV: for what? smallp [REAL] [1.E-10] Valid Values: Unconstrained Cutoff value for pressure smallt [REAL] [1.E-10] Valid Values: Unconstrained Cutoff value for temperature smallu [REAL] [1.E-10] Valid Values: Unconstrained Cutoff value for velocity smlrho [REAL] [1.E-10] Valid Values: Unconstrained Cutoff value for density tagRadius [INTEGER] [2] Valid Values: 0 to INFTY x_refine_center [REAL] [0.0] Valid Values: Unconstrained First coordinate of center for distance-based refinement patterns y_refine_center [REAL] [0.0] Valid Values: Unconstrained Second coordinate of center for distance-based refinement patterns z_refine_center [REAL] [0.0] Valid Values: Unconstrained Third coordinate of center for distance-based refinement patterns Grid/GridMain/Chombo/UG compute_grid_size [BOOLEAN] [true] compute grid size in the case of non-fixed-block size, non fixed block size mode means block dims are not specified at compile time flux_correct [BOOLEAN] [false] turns flux correction on or off in UG always false since all blocks on same level iGridSize [INTEGER] [1] Valid Values: Unconstrained Global number of interior cells in the i direction ONLY needed when running in NON_FIXED_BLOCKSIZE mode (ie. don't need for Paramesh or simple Uniform Grid) iguard [INTEGER] [4] Valid Values: Unconstrained number of guardcells in i direction. Not yet in use. jGridSize [INTEGER] [1] Valid Values: Unconstrained Global number of interior cells in the j direction ONLY needed when running in NON_FIXED_BLOCKSIZE mode (ie. don't need for Paramesh or simple Uniform Grid) jguard [INTEGER] [4] Valid Values: Unconstrained number of guardcells in j direction, this is only implemented for nfbs kGridSize [INTEGER] [1] Valid Values: Unconstrained Global number of interior cells in the k direction ONLY needed when running in NON_FIXED_BLOCKSIZE mode (ie. don't need for Paramesh or simple Uniform Grid) kguard [INTEGER] [4] Valid Values: Unconstrained number of guardcells in k direction nblockx [INTEGER] [1] Valid Values: Unconstrained number of blocks along X - ignored by UG Grid nblocky [INTEGER] [1] Valid Values: Unconstrained number of blocks along Y - ignored by UG Grid nblockz [INTEGER] [1] Valid Values: Unconstrained number of blocks along Z - ignored by UG Grid smallp [REAL] [1.E-10] Valid Values: Unconstrained Cutoff value for pressure smallt [REAL] [1.E-10] Valid Values: Unconstrained Cutoff value for temperature smallu [REAL] [1.E-10] Valid Values: Unconstrained Cutoff value for velocity smlrho [REAL] [1.E-10] Valid Values: Unconstrained Cutoff value for density Grid/GridMain/UG compute_grid_size [BOOLEAN] [true] compute grid size in the case of non-fixed-block size, non fixed block size mode means block dims are not specified at compile time flux_correct [BOOLEAN] [false] turns flux correction on or off in UG always false since all blocks on same level iGridSize [INTEGER] [1] Valid Values: Unconstrained Global number of interior cells in the i direction ONLY needed when running in NON_FIXED_BLOCKSIZE mode (ie. don't need for Paramesh or simple Uniform Grid) iguard [INTEGER] [6] Valid Values: Unconstrained number of guardcells in i direction, not yet used. Meant for nofbs. jGridSize [INTEGER] [1] Valid Values: Unconstrained Global number of interior cells in the j direction ONLY needed when running in NON_FIXED_BLOCKSIZE mode (ie. don't need for Paramesh or simple Uniform Grid) jguard [INTEGER] [6] Valid Values: Unconstrained number of guardcells in j direction, not yet used. Meant for nofbs. kGridSize [INTEGER] [1] Valid Values: Unconstrained Global number of interior cells in the k direction ONLY needed when running in NON_FIXED_BLOCKSIZE mode (ie. don't need for Paramesh or simple Uniform Grid) kguard [INTEGER] [6] Valid Values: Unconstrained number of guardcells in k direction, not yet used. Meant for nofbs. nblockx [INTEGER] [1] Valid Values: Unconstrained number of blocks along X - ignored by UG Grid nblocky [INTEGER] [1] Valid Values: Unconstrained number of blocks along Y - ignored by UG Grid nblockz [INTEGER] [1] Valid Values: Unconstrained number of blocks along Z - ignored by UG Grid smallp [REAL] [1.E-10] Valid Values: Unconstrained Cutoff value for pressure smallt [REAL] [1.E-10] Valid Values: Unconstrained Cutoff value for temperature smallu [REAL] [1.E-10] Valid Values: Unconstrained Cutoff value for velocity smlrho [REAL] [1.E-10] Valid Values: Unconstrained Cutoff value for density Grid/GridMain/paramesh convertToConsvdInMeshInterp [BOOLEAN] [TRUE] indicates if appropriate variables are converted to conserved form during propagation within the interpolation routines invoked by Paramesh. This applies to interpolation (both "prolongation" and "restriction") in the course of refinement, derefinement, or guardcell filling. This is the newer way of ensuring that solution variables are interpolated in the correct form. It avoids unnecessary conversions back and force and should replace the old mechanism enabled by runtime parameter "convertToConsvdForMeshCalls". However, it is only available with PARAMESH 3 or later. derefine_cutoff_1 [REAL] [0.2] Valid Values: Unconstrained threshold value to trigger derefinement for refine_var_1 derefine_cutoff_2 [REAL] [0.2] Valid Values: Unconstrained threshold value to trigger derefinement for refine_var_2 derefine_cutoff_3 [REAL] [0.2] Valid Values: Unconstrained threshold value to trigger derefinement for refine_var_3 derefine_cutoff_4 [REAL] [0.2] Valid Values: Unconstrained threshold value to trigger derefinement for refine_var_4 earlyBlockDistAdjustment [BOOLEAN] [TRUE] If true, let Paramesh redistribute blocks across processors early, so that the block distribution chosen by Paramesh will be in effect when time evolution begins after restart. If earlyBlockDistAdjustment is false, the block distribution enacted by the IO unit when it read a checkpoint file will normally still be in effect when time evolution begins after a restart. This flag is ignored if not restarting from a checkpoint. flux_correct [BOOLEAN] [true] turns on or off flux correction gr_lrefineMaxByTime [BOOLEAN] [FALSE] This parameter activates the ability to manually specify values for lrefine_max as a function of time. You can change the value of lrefine_max a total of 20 times. The parameters gr_lrefmaxTime_N (where N is a number from 1 to 20) tell FLASH the times at which lrefine_max changes will occur. The analogous parameters gr_lrefmaxTimeValue_N (where N is a number from 1 to 20) tell FLASH the value of lrefine_max to use at time gr_lrefmaxTime_N. For example, specifying the following lines in your flash.par file tells FLASH to use an lrefine_max value of 10 at t = 1.0e-09 s and a value of 11 at t = 2.0e-09 s: gr_lrefmaxTime_1 = 1.0e-09 gr_lrefmaxTimeValue_1 = 10 gr_lrefmaxTime_2 = 2.0e-09 gr_lrefmaxTimeValue_2 = 10 . NOTE: the time values must be in sequential order! gr_lrefineMaxRedDoByLogR [BOOLEAN] [FALSE] Softly force effectively a lower lrefine_max depending on distance from center. See gr_lrefineMaxRedRadiusFact. gr_lrefineMaxRedDoByTime [BOOLEAN] [FALSE] Lower the effective lrefine_max as a function of time. See runtime parameters gr_lrefineMaxRedTRef, gr_lrefineMaxRedTimeScale, and gr_lrefineMaxRedLogBase. gr_lrefineMaxRedLogBase [REAL] [10.0] Valid Values: 1.0 to INFTY Logarithm base for determining when repeated reductions in effective lrefine_max should happen. The nth reduction will happen at t=gr_lrefineMaxRedTRef+gr_lrefineMaxRedTimeScale*gr_lrefineMaxRedLogBase**(n-1). gr_lrefineMaxRedRadiusFact [REAL] [0.0] Valid Values: 0.0 to INFTY factor that determines a minimum resolution (and thus maximum refinement level) based on distance from a center. See x_refine_center, y_refine_center, z_refine_center for the center coordinates. This is approximately (linearly) equivalent to requiring a minimum *angular* resolution, within the limits set by the global lrefine_min and lrefine_max. Only used when gr_lrefineMaxRedDoByLogR is TRUE. gr_lrefineMaxRedTRef [REAL] [0.0] Valid Values: Unconstrained reference time for time-based max level reduction. The effective reduction of lrefine_max only kicks in for times greater than gr_lrefineMaxRedTRef. The first time lrefine_max is effectively lowered actually happens at t=gr_lrefineMaxRedTRef+gr_lrefineMaxRedTimeScale. gr_lrefineMaxRedTimeScale [REAL] [1.0] Valid Values: TINY to INFTY the time scale for effectively lowering lrefine_max: The first reduction takes place at t=gr_lrefineMaxRedTRef+gr_lrefineMaxRedTimeScale. gr_lrefmaxTimeValue_1 [INTEGER] [-1] Valid Values: Unconstrained gr_lrefmaxTimeValue_10 [INTEGER] [-1] Valid Values: Unconstrained gr_lrefmaxTimeValue_11 [INTEGER] [-1] Valid Values: Unconstrained gr_lrefmaxTimeValue_12 [INTEGER] [-1] Valid Values: Unconstrained gr_lrefmaxTimeValue_13 [INTEGER] [-1] Valid Values: Unconstrained gr_lrefmaxTimeValue_14 [INTEGER] [-1] Valid Values: Unconstrained gr_lrefmaxTimeValue_15 [INTEGER] [-1] Valid Values: Unconstrained gr_lrefmaxTimeValue_16 [INTEGER] [-1] Valid Values: Unconstrained gr_lrefmaxTimeValue_17 [INTEGER] [-1] Valid Values: Unconstrained gr_lrefmaxTimeValue_18 [INTEGER] [-1] Valid Values: Unconstrained gr_lrefmaxTimeValue_19 [INTEGER] [-1] Valid Values: Unconstrained gr_lrefmaxTimeValue_2 [INTEGER] [-1] Valid Values: Unconstrained gr_lrefmaxTimeValue_20 [INTEGER] [-1] Valid Values: Unconstrained gr_lrefmaxTimeValue_3 [INTEGER] [-1] Valid Values: Unconstrained gr_lrefmaxTimeValue_4 [INTEGER] [-1] Valid Values: Unconstrained gr_lrefmaxTimeValue_5 [INTEGER] [-1] Valid Values: Unconstrained gr_lrefmaxTimeValue_6 [INTEGER] [-1] Valid Values: Unconstrained gr_lrefmaxTimeValue_7 [INTEGER] [-1] Valid Values: Unconstrained gr_lrefmaxTimeValue_8 [INTEGER] [-1] Valid Values: Unconstrained gr_lrefmaxTimeValue_9 [INTEGER] [-1] Valid Values: Unconstrained gr_lrefmaxTime_1 [REAL] [-1.0] Valid Values: Unconstrained gr_lrefmaxTime_10 [REAL] [-1.0] Valid Values: Unconstrained gr_lrefmaxTime_11 [REAL] [-1.0] Valid Values: Unconstrained gr_lrefmaxTime_12 [REAL] [-1.0] Valid Values: Unconstrained gr_lrefmaxTime_13 [REAL] [-1.0] Valid Values: Unconstrained gr_lrefmaxTime_14 [REAL] [-1.0] Valid Values: Unconstrained gr_lrefmaxTime_15 [REAL] [-1.0] Valid Values: Unconstrained gr_lrefmaxTime_16 [REAL] [-1.0] Valid Values: Unconstrained gr_lrefmaxTime_17 [REAL] [-1.0] Valid Values: Unconstrained gr_lrefmaxTime_18 [REAL] [-1.0] Valid Values: Unconstrained gr_lrefmaxTime_19 [REAL] [-1.0] Valid Values: Unconstrained gr_lrefmaxTime_2 [REAL] [-1.0] Valid Values: Unconstrained gr_lrefmaxTime_20 [REAL] [-1.0] Valid Values: Unconstrained gr_lrefmaxTime_3 [REAL] [-1.0] Valid Values: Unconstrained gr_lrefmaxTime_4 [REAL] [-1.0] Valid Values: Unconstrained gr_lrefmaxTime_5 [REAL] [-1.0] Valid Values: Unconstrained gr_lrefmaxTime_6 [REAL] [-1.0] Valid Values: Unconstrained gr_lrefmaxTime_7 [REAL] [-1.0] Valid Values: Unconstrained gr_lrefmaxTime_8 [REAL] [-1.0] Valid Values: Unconstrained gr_lrefmaxTime_9 [REAL] [-1.0] Valid Values: Unconstrained gr_restrictAllMethod [INTEGER] [3] Valid Values: 0 to 3 select a method to use for data restriction all the way up the tree of blocks. This this global data restriction is usually done when IO_output is called, before the actual writing of plot or checkpoint data, so that non-leaf blocks in plot and checkpoint files will have meaningful data. Data restrictions that happen as part of guard cell filling or within multigrid solvers are not affected by this setting. For PARAMESH 2, this runtime parameter is currently ignored. With PARAMESH 4, the following values are recognized: 0: No restriction is done. 1: The original method, implemented in gr_restrictTree. 2: New method, implemented using mpi_amr_restrict_fulltree. 3: New method, implemented using Grid_restrictByLevels. interpol_order [INTEGER] [2] Valid Values: 0, 1, 2 the default interpolation order when using "monotonic" interpolation routines lrefine_del [INTEGER] [0] Valid Values: 0 to INFTY Try to reduce the maximum refinement level by this number of levels on a restart. lrefine_max [INTEGER] [1] Valid Values: 1 to INFTY maximum AMR refinement level lrefine_min [INTEGER] [1] Valid Values: 1 to INFTY minimum AMR refinement level lrefine_min_init [INTEGER] [1] Valid Values: 1 to INFTY minimum AMR refinement level for initialization max_particles_per_blk [INTEGER] [100] Valid Values: Unconstrained integer if the number of particles in a block exceeds this, it must refine when particle count is a refinement criterion min_particles_per_blk [INTEGER] [1] Valid Values: Unconstrained integer if the number of particles in a block is below this, it may derefine when particle count is a refinement criterion nblockx [INTEGER] [1] Valid Values: Unconstrained num initial blocks in x dir nblocky [INTEGER] [1] Valid Values: Unconstrained num initial blocks in y dir nblockz [INTEGER] [1] Valid Values: Unconstrained num initial blocks in z dir nrefs [INTEGER] [2] Valid Values: Unconstrained refine/derefine AMR grid every nrefs timesteps refine_cutoff_1 [REAL] [0.8] Valid Values: Unconstrained threshold value to trigger refinement for refine_var_1 refine_cutoff_2 [REAL] [0.8] Valid Values: Unconstrained threshold value to trigger refinement for refine_var_2 refine_cutoff_3 [REAL] [0.8] Valid Values: Unconstrained threshold value to trigger refinement for refine_var_3 refine_cutoff_4 [REAL] [0.8] Valid Values: Unconstrained threshold value to trigger refinement for refine_var_4 refine_filter_1 [REAL] [0.01] Valid Values: Unconstrained prevents error calculations to determine refinement from diverging numerically for refine_var_1 refine_filter_2 [REAL] [0.01] Valid Values: Unconstrained prevents error calculations to determine refinement from diverging numerically for refine_var_1 refine_filter_3 [REAL] [0.01] Valid Values: Unconstrained prevents error calculations to determine refinement from diverging numerically for refine_var_3 refine_filter_4 [REAL] [0.01] Valid Values: Unconstrained prevents error calculations to determine refinement from diverging numerically for refine_var_4 refine_on_particle_count [BOOLEAN] [FALSE] if true, the count of particles in blocks act as a refinement criterion refine_var_1 [STRING] ["none"] Valid Values: Unconstrained indicates 1st variable on which to refine refine_var_2 [STRING] ["none"] Valid Values: Unconstrained indicates 2nd variable on which to refine refine_var_3 [STRING] ["none"] Valid Values: Unconstrained indicates 3rd variable on which to refine refine_var_4 [STRING] ["none"] Valid Values: Unconstrained indicates 4th variable on which to refine refine_var_count [INTEGER] [4] Valid Values: Unconstrained count of maximum allowed variable to be used small [REAL] [1.E-10] Valid Values: Unconstrained Cutoff value ... DEV: for what? smallp [REAL] [1.E-10] Valid Values: Unconstrained Cutoff value for pressure smallt [REAL] [1.E-10] Valid Values: Unconstrained Cutoff value for temperature smallu [REAL] [1.E-10] Valid Values: Unconstrained Cutoff value for velocity smlrho [REAL] [1.E-10] Valid Values: Unconstrained Cutoff value for density x_refine_center [REAL] [0.0] Valid Values: Unconstrained First coordinate of center for distance-based refinement patterns y_refine_center [REAL] [0.0] Valid Values: Unconstrained Second coordinate of center for distance-based refinement patterns z_refine_center [REAL] [0.0] Valid Values: Unconstrained Third coordinate of center for distance-based refinement patterns Grid/GridMain/paramesh/Paramesh2 msgbuf [INTEGER] [1] Valid Values: Unconstrained triggers consolication of MPI messages in PM2. 1 indicates to "consolidate". PM2 specific, should always stay at 1 Grid/GridMain/paramesh/Paramesh2/quadratic_cartesian grid_monotone_hack [BOOLEAN] [TRUE] If .true., apply radical monotonicity constraints to interpolants (i.e., completely flatten them if they violate monotonicity) Grid/GridMain/paramesh/paramesh4 enableMaskedGCFill [BOOLEAN] [FALSE] When enableMaskedGCFill is FALSE, Grid_fillGuardCells is forced to always ignore optional mask arguments when present in calls. This is the default behavior. Set enableMaskedGCFill TRUE to enable masked guard cell filling. gr_sanitizeDataMode [INTEGER] [1] Valid Values: 0, 1, 2, 3, 4 What to do when gr_sanitizeDataAfterInterp is called to check for acceptable values in the dens, ener, and eint cell-centered variables after a Grid operation may have resulted in grid interpolation. 0: Do nothing. 1: Check (if variable is not masked out) and report (see sanitizeVerbosity). 2: Check (ignoring variable mask) and report (see sanitizeVerbosity). 3: Check (if variable is not masked out) and fix (apply floor value). 4: Check (if variable is not masked out) and abort if cell is found below floor value. gr_sanitizeVerbosity [INTEGER] [5] Valid Values: 0, 1, 4, 5 How to write information about unacceptable values in the dens, ener, and eint cell-centered variables if gr_sanitizeDataAfterInterp finds value that are below the acceptable floor. This reporting is in addition to other actions selected with gr_sanitizeDataMode=3 or 4. 0: Be quiet. 1: Only write a log file message per block if unacceptable value found on MASTER_PE. 4: As 1, and each proc writes a line to standard output for each block with bad values. 5: As 4, and each proc writes lines showing the values in all cells of the block (in 1D/2D) 5: or a 2D slice (in 3D). Grid/GridMain/paramesh/paramesh4/Paramesh4dev gr_pmrpAdvanceAllLevels [BOOLEAN] [FALSE] sets value for PARAMESH runtime parameter advance_all_levels gr_pmrpAmrErrorChecking [BOOLEAN] [FALSE] sets value for PARAMESH runtime parameter amr_error_checking gr_pmrpCartesianPm [BOOLEAN] [FALSE] sets value for PARAMESH runtime parameter cartesian_pm This will be adjusted by FLASH at runtime if necessary, so don't worry much. gr_pmrpConserve [BOOLEAN] [FALSE] sets value for PARAMESH runtime parameter conserve gr_pmrpConsvFluxDensities [BOOLEAN] [TRUE] sets value for PARAMESH runtime parameter consv_flux_densities This will be adjusted by FLASH at runtime if necessary, so don't worry much. gr_pmrpConsvFluxes [BOOLEAN] [FALSE] sets value for PARAMESH runtime parameter consv_fluxes This will be adjusted by FLASH at runtime if necessary, so don't worry much. gr_pmrpCurvilinear [BOOLEAN] [FALSE] sets value for PARAMESH runtime parameter curvilinear. This will be adjusted by FLASH at runtime if necessary, so don't worry much. gr_pmrpCurvilinearConserve [BOOLEAN] [FALSE] sets value for PARAMESH runtime parameter curvilinear_conserve. This will be adjusted by FLASH at runtime if necessary, so don't worry much. However, if you manually set gr_pmrpCurvilinear to TRUE, you probably should also set gr_pmrpCurvilinearConserve TRUE. gr_pmrpCylindricalPm [BOOLEAN] [FALSE] sets value for PARAMESH runtime parameter cylindrical_pm This will be adjusted by FLASH at runtime if necessary, so don't worry much. gr_pmrpDiagonals [BOOLEAN] [TRUE] sets value for PARAMESH runtime parameter diagonals gr_pmrpDivergenceFree [INTEGER] [1] Valid Values: -1, 0, 1 sets value for PARAMESH runtime parameter divergence_free. 0 means FALSE, 1 means TRUE. -1 means: let FLASH determine the value based on how it has been set up; currently that means to check whether a preprocessor symbol DIVERGENCE_FREE is defined. gr_pmrpEdgeValue [BOOLEAN] [TRUE] sets value for PARAMESH runtime parameter edge_value This will be adjusted by FLASH at runtime if necessary, so don't worry much. gr_pmrpEdgeValueInteg [BOOLEAN] [FALSE] sets value for PARAMESH runtime parameter edge_value_integ This will be adjusted by FLASH at runtime if necessary, so don't worry much. gr_pmrpEmptyCells [BOOLEAN] [FALSE] sets value for PARAMESH runtime parameter empty_cells gr_pmrpForceConsistency [BOOLEAN] [TRUE] sets value for PARAMESH runtime parameter force_consistency gr_pmrpIfaceOff [INTEGER] [0] Valid Values: 0 to INFTY sets value for PARAMESH runtime parameter iface_off gr_pmrpL2p5d [INTEGER] [0] Valid Values: -1, 0, 1 sets value for PARAMESH runtime parameter l2p5d. -1 means: let FLASH determine the value based on how it has been set up. gr_pmrpLsingularLine [BOOLEAN] [FALSE] sets value for PARAMESH runtime parameter lsingular_line gr_pmrpMaxblocks [INTEGER] [-1] Valid Values: -1, 0 to INFTY sets value for PARAMESH runtime parameter maxblocks. -1 means: let FLASH determine the value based on how it has been set up. gr_pmrpMflags [INTEGER] [1] Valid Values: Unconstrained sets value for PARAMESH runtime parameter mflags gr_pmrpNboundaries [INTEGER] [2] Valid Values: 2 to INFTY sets value for PARAMESH runtime parameter nboundaries gr_pmrpNdim [INTEGER] CONSTANT [1] Valid Values: Unconstrained sets value for PARAMESH runtime parameter ndim. gr_pmrpNedgevar1 [INTEGER] [-1] Valid Values: -1, 0 to INFTY sets value for PARAMESH runtime parameter nedgevar1. -1 means: let FLASH determine the value based on how it has been set up. gr_pmrpNfacevar [INTEGER] [-1] Valid Values: -1, 0 to INFTY sets value for PARAMESH runtime parameter nfacevar gr_pmrpNfieldDivf [INTEGER] [-1] Valid Values: -1, 0 to INFTY sets value for PARAMESH runtime parameter nfield_divf. -1 means: let FLASH determine the value based on how it has been set up. gr_pmrpNfluxvar [INTEGER] [-1] Valid Values: -1, 0 to INFTY sets value for PARAMESH runtime parameter nfluxvar. -1 means: let FLASH determine the value based on how it has been set up. gr_pmrpNguard [INTEGER] [-1] Valid Values: -1, 0 to INFTY sets value for PARAMESH runtime parameter nguard. -1 means: let FLASH determine the value based on how it has been set up. gr_pmrpNguardWork [INTEGER] [-1] Valid Values: -1, 0 to INFTY sets value for PARAMESH runtime parameter nguard_work. -1 means: let FLASH determine the value based on how it has been set up. gr_pmrpNoPermanentGuardcells [BOOLEAN] [TRUE] sets value for PARAMESH runtime parameter no_permanent_guardcells gr_pmrpNvar [INTEGER] [-1] Valid Values: -1, 0 to INFTY sets value for PARAMESH runtime parameter nvar. -1 means: let FLASH determine the value based on how it has been set up. gr_pmrpNvarWork [INTEGER] [1] Valid Values: 0 to INFTY sets value for PARAMESH runtime parameter nvar_work gr_pmrpNvarcorn [INTEGER] [0] Valid Values: 0 to INFTY sets value for PARAMESH runtime parameter nvarcorn gr_pmrpNvaredge [INTEGER] [0] Valid Values: 0 to INFTY sets value for PARAMESH runtime parameter nvaredge gr_pmrpNxb [INTEGER] [-1] Valid Values: -1, 2, 4, 6, 8, 10, 12, 14, 16 to INFTY sets value for PARAMESH runtime parameter nxb. -1 means: let FLASH determine the value based on how it has been set up. gr_pmrpNyb [INTEGER] [1] Valid Values: -1, 1, 2, 4, 6, 8, 10, 12, 14, 16 to INFTY sets value for PARAMESH runtime parameter nyb. -1 means: let FLASH determine the value based on how it has been set up. gr_pmrpNzb [INTEGER] [-1] Valid Values: -1, 2, 4, 6, 8, 10, 12, 14, 16 to INFTY sets value for PARAMESH runtime parameter nzb. -1 means: let FLASH determine the value based on how it has been set up. gr_pmrpOutputDir [STRING] ["./"] Valid Values: Unconstrained gr_pmrpPolarPm [BOOLEAN] [FALSE] sets value for PARAMESH runtime parameter polar_pm This will be adjusted by FLASH at runtime if necessary, so don't worry much. gr_pmrpPredCorr [BOOLEAN] [FALSE] sets value for PARAMESH runtime parameter pred_corr gr_pmrpSphericalPm [BOOLEAN] [FALSE] sets value for PARAMESH runtime parameter spherical_pm This will be adjusted by FLASH at runtime if necessary, so don't worry much. gr_pmrpTimingMpi [BOOLEAN] [FALSE] sets value for PARAMESH runtime parameter timing_mpi gr_pmrpTimingMpix [BOOLEAN] [FALSE] sets value for PARAMESH runtime parameter timing_mpix gr_pmrpVarDt [BOOLEAN] [FALSE] sets value for PARAMESH runtime parameter var_dt Grid/GridMain/paramesh/paramesh4/Paramesh4dev/flash_avoid_orrery use_flash_surr_blks_fill [BOOLEAN] [TRUE] use_reduced_orrery [BOOLEAN] [TRUE] Grid/GridParticles gr_ptNumToReduce [INTEGER] [10] Valid Values: Unconstrained integer if particles are to be removed at runtime, how many gr_ptRemove [BOOLEAN] [FALSE] boolean. This is a switch which determines the action if the number gr_ptRemoveAlgo [INTEGER] [2] Valid Values: Unconstrained integer The algorithm used in determining which particles to remove keepLostParticles [BOOLEAN] [FALSE] Grid/GridParticles/GridParticlesMove gr_ptMaxPerProcBlockFactor [REAL] [0.70] Valid Values: 0.0 to 1.0 When the effective max_particles_per_blk is lowered on a processor because refinement criteria based on the number of particles PER PROCESSOR are used, then the new effective max_particles_per_blk is set to (gr_ptMaxPerProcBlockFactor * pt_maxPerProc). In addition, when the effective min_particles_per_blk is lowered on a processor because refinement criteria based on the number of particles PER PROCESSOR are used, then the new effective min_particles_per_blk is set to (0.5^NDIM * gr_ptMaxPerProcBlockFactor * pt_maxPerProc). gr_ptMaxPerProcBlockNoFuzz [INTEGER] [3] Valid Values: 0 to INFTY A safety margin for estimating the size of basically unpredictable changes of the number of blocks on a processor when remeshing happens. gr_ptMaxPerProcLowerThresh [REAL] [0.0625] Valid Values: 0.0 to 1.0 A threshold. When the number of particles on a processor gets above (ptMaxPerProcLowerThresh * number of blocks on the processor), the effective min_particles_per_blk for blocks on this processor may be lowered. gr_ptMaxPerProcUpperThresh [REAL] [0.25] Valid Values: 0.0 to 1.0 A threshold. When the number of particles on a processor gets above (ptMaxPerProcUpperThresh * number of blocks on the processor), the effective max_particles_per_blk for blocks on this processor may be lowered. gr_ptNumToReduce [INTEGER] [10] Valid Values: Unconstrained integer if particles are to be removed at runtime, how many gr_ptRefineOnPtMaxPerProc [BOOLEAN] [FALSE] controls whether refinement criteria based on the number of particles PER PROCESSOR are used. These work by strengthening refinement criteria requested through the max_particles_per_blk and min_particles_per_blk RPs. Requires RP refine_on_particle_count to be TRUE. gr_ptRemove [BOOLEAN] [FALSE] boolean. This is a switch which determines the action if the number gr_ptRemoveAlgo [INTEGER] [2] Valid Values: Unconstrained integer The algorithm used in determining which particles to remove gr_ptSieveCheckFreq [INTEGER] [1] Valid Values: Unconstrained integer the frequency for checking the convergence of the Grid/GridSolvers/BHTree/Wunsch gr_bhPhysMACComm [BOOLEAN] [FALSE] - if true, physical MACs are used for calculation during communication of block trees gr_bhPhysMACTW [BOOLEAN] [FALSE] - if true, physical MACs are used for calculation during tree walk gr_bhTWMaxQueueSize [INTEGER] [10000] Valid Values: 1 to INFTY - maximum number of elements in the priority queue gr_bhTreeLimAngle [REAL] [0.5] Valid Values: 0 to INFTY - limit opening angle (if only geometric MAC is used) gr_bhTreeMaxcellmass [REAL] [1.0d99] Valid Values: Unconstrained For debugging: maximum mass allowed in a cell of block-trees gr_bhTreeMincellmass [REAL] [1.0d-99] Valid Values: Unconstrained For debugging: minimum mass allowed in a cell of block-trees gr_bhTreeSafeBox [REAL] [1.2] Valid Values: -INFTY to INFTY - relative (w.r.t. to the block size) size of a cube around each block in which the target cell cannot be located in tree walk during interaction of the target cell with this block gr_bhUseUnifiedTW [BOOLEAN] [TRUE] - if true, the unified tree walk (Barnes-Hut type) is used; otherwise, MAC for long distance interaction (with non-leaf block) is evaluated only once for all cells in the block Grid/GridSolvers/HYPRE gr_hypreAbsTol [REAL] [0.0] Valid Values: Unconstrained If > 0.0, directly sets a_tol (absolute tolerance) for the HYPRE iterative solver. Convergence criteria:<= max( a_tol^2, r_tol^2 * ). Note: default for a_tol is 0.0, so relative residual criteria is used unless user specifies a_tol, or sets r_tol = 0.0, which means absolute tol only is checked. See also gr_hypreSolverAutoAbsTolFact, for another way of setting a_tol. Currently only used when gr_hypreSolverType is "HYPRE_PCG". gr_hypreAnisoDiffusion [BOOLEAN] [FALSE] If TRUE, we use HYPRE to advance the solution of an anisotropic diffusion problem. This mode is meant to be used for anisotropic thermal conduction in the presence of magnetic fields, hence it is probably only useful for MHD setups. If FALSE, only isotropic diffusion problems are solved with HYPRE (available for both hydro and MHD). ANISOTRTOPIC DIFFUSION IS NOT YET PROPERLY IMPLEMENTED, AND NOT IMPLEMENTED AT ALL FOR AMR. gr_hypreCfTol [REAL] [0.0] Valid Values: Unconstrained If > 0.0, enable in the iterative HYPRE solver an pptional test to see if adequate progress is being made. The average convergence factor is recorded and compared against the tolerance 'cf_tol'. The weighting factor is intended to pay more attention to the test when an accurate estimate for average convergence factor is available. Currently only used when gr_hypreSolverType is "HYPRE_PCG". Example suggested values: something like 0.5, 0.8, 0.9, 0.95, 0.99. gr_hypreFloor [REAL] [1.0e-12] Valid Values: Unconstrained floor value for using HYPRE to advance diffusion. gr_hypreInfoLevel [INTEGER] [1] Valid Values: Unconstrained : Flag to output solver specific information such as Relative Residue, num-iterations. gr_hypreMaxIter [INTEGER] [500] Valid Values: Unconstrained Max iterations of linear solver. gr_hyprePCType [STRING] ["HYPRE_AMG"] Valid Values: "HYPRE_NONE", "HYPRE_ILU", "HYPRE_AMG", "HYPRE_PARASAILS", "hypre_ilu", "hypre_amg", "hypre_parasails", "hypre_none" gr_hyprePrintSolveInfo [BOOLEAN] [FALSE] : Flag to output solver specific information such as Relative Residue, num-iterations. gr_hypreRecomputeResidual [BOOLEAN] [FALSE] If TRUE, don't trust the convergence test until we've recomputed the residual from scratch. This is expensive in the usual case where an the norm is the energy norm. This calculation is coded on the assumption that the accuracy of the residual r is only a concern for problems where CG takes many iterations. Currently only used when gr_hypreSolverType is "HYPRE_PCG". gr_hypreRecomputeResidualP [INTEGER] [-1] Valid Values: Unconstrained If > 0, recompute the residual every gr_hypreRecomputeResidualP iterations. Currently only used when gr_hypreSolverType is "HYPRE_PCG". gr_hypreRelChange [BOOLEAN] [FALSE] At user request, don't treat an approximation of the solution x in the HYPRE iterative solver as converged unless x didn't change much in the last iteration. Currently only used when gr_hypreSolverType is "HYPRE_PCG". gr_hypreRelTol [REAL] [1.0e-8] Valid Values: Unconstrained Relative tolerence r_tol of HYPRE linear solver. gr_hypreSolverAutoAbsTolFact [REAL] [0.0] Valid Values: Unconstrained If not 0.0, automatically set a_tol (absolute tolerance) for the HYPRE iterative solver. If also gr_hypreAbsTol > 0, then the maximum of gr_hypreAbsTol and the automatically determined value is taken. See description of gr_hypreAbsTol for the use if a_tool in the HYPRE solver. If gr_hypreSolverAutoAbsTolFact > 0, then set f = gr_hypreSolverAutoAbsTolFact. If gr_hypreSolverAutoAbsTolFact < 0, then set f = |gr_hypreSolverAutoAbsTolFact|*gr_hypreRelTol. In either case, the automatically determined value for a_tol is f*sqrt( ). Here is a rough estimate of the smallest possible value of the inverse of the diagonal part of the matrix C representing the preconditioner. In that estimate, bfloor is a vector that represents a worst-case tolerable error in b (the RHS of the equation to be solved, A*x=b). Currently, bfloor is set to a vector whose every element is set to gr_hypreFloor. If gr_hypreAbsTol > 0 in addition to gr_hypreSolverAutoAbsTolFact .ne. 0.0, then the maximum of gr_hypreAbsTol and the automatically determined value is taken. Currently only used when gr_hypreSolverType is "HYPRE_PCG". gr_hypreSolverType [STRING] ["HYPRE_PCG"] Valid Values: "HYPRE_PCG", "HYPRE_AMG", "HYPRE_GMRES", "HYPRE_BICGSTAB", "HYPRE_SPLIT", "hypre_pcg", "hypre_amg", "hypre_gmres", "hypre_bicgstab", "hypre_split" : Type of HYPRE solver to be used. gr_hypreUse2Norm [BOOLEAN] [FALSE] whether to use L2 norm for exit condition in iterative solver (instead of L1 norm). Currently only used when gr_hypreSolverType is "HYPRE_PCG". gr_hypreUseFloor [BOOLEAN] [TRUE] whether to apply gr_hypreFloor to floor results from HYPRE. Should probably be TRUE when using HYPRE to advance diffusion, FALSE otherwise. However, flooring will always be turned off when using the HYPRE implementation of Grid_solvePoisson, independent of the value of the gr_hypreUseFloor runtime parameter. Grid/GridSolvers/IsoBndMultipole mpole_lmax [INTEGER] [0] Valid Values: Unconstrained Maximum multipole moment to use octant [BOOLEAN] [false] In 3d cartesian geometry, assume symmetry about left-facing volume faces quadrant [BOOLEAN] [false] In 2d cylindrical coords, assume symmetry about grid bottom to evolve a quadrant Grid/GridSolvers/Multigrid mg_maxCorrections [INTEGER] [100] Valid Values: Unconstrained Maximum number of correction V-cycles to employ. mg_maxResidualNorm [REAL] [1.E-6] Valid Values: Unconstrained Apply V-cycle corrections until this residual norm is reached or mg_maxCorrections V-cycles have been performed. mg_printNorm [BOOLEAN] [TRUE] If .true., print the ratio of the residual norm to the source norm as each V-cycle is completed. quadrant [BOOLEAN] [false] True if only one quadrant is being calculated in 2-d cylindrical coordinates Grid/GridSolvers/Multigrid/PfftTopLevelSolve maxDirectSolveLevel [INTEGER] [9999] Valid Values: 1 to 9999 Level that will be used to perform direct FFT solve. xl_mg_boundary_type [STRING] ["periodic"] Valid Values: Unconstrained lower (left) boundary condition in x dir xr_mg_boundary_type [STRING] ["periodic"] Valid Values: Unconstrained upper (right) boundary condition in x dir yl_mg_boundary_type [STRING] ["periodic"] Valid Values: Unconstrained lower boundary condition in y dir yr_mg_boundary_type [STRING] ["periodic"] Valid Values: Unconstrained upper boundary condition in y dir zl_mg_boundary_type [STRING] ["periodic"] Valid Values: Unconstrained lower boundary condition in z dir zr_mg_boundary_type [STRING] ["periodic"] Valid Values: Unconstrained upper boundary condition in z dir Grid/GridSolvers/Multipole mpole_3daxisymmetric [BOOLEAN] [false] In 3d cartesian geometry, use only m=0 multipole moments mpole_dumpMoments [BOOLEAN] [false] Should the Moment array be dumped at each timestep? mpole_lmax [INTEGER] [0] Valid Values: Unconstrained Maximum multipole moment to use mpole_r12 [REAL] [0.0] Valid Values: Unconstrained mpole_r23 [REAL] [1.0] Valid Values: Unconstrained mpole_rscale1 [REAL] [1.0] Valid Values: Unconstrained mpole_rscale2 [REAL] [1.0] Valid Values: Unconstrained mpole_rscale3 [REAL] [1.0] Valid Values: Unconstrained mpole_scaleType1 [INTEGER] [1] Valid Values: Unconstrained mpole_scaleType2 [INTEGER] [1] Valid Values: Unconstrained mpole_scaleType3 [INTEGER] [1] Valid Values: Unconstrained mpole_subSample [INTEGER] [1] Valid Values: 1 to 12 Integer which controls the sub-sampling in the mpole_potential routine and mpole_moments routine. Set to smaller numbers to make potential calculations (slightly) less smooth and faster. Was hardcoded in Flash2 as Nint6 = 6 in mpole_potential and Nint=2 in mpole_moments Defines the 3 zones (r12,r23 are fractions of rMax) Scaling factor for each zones. Scaling Type for each of the regions, can be Constant, Logarthmic mpole_useMatrixMPI [BOOLEAN] [false] Switch added during the DAT to calculate MPI_allreduce in a matrix fashion & Set to .false. to retain the previous behaviour octant [BOOLEAN] [false] In 3d cartesian geometry, assume symmetry about left-facing volume faces quadrant [BOOLEAN] [false] In 2d cylindrical coords, assume symmetry about grid bottom to evolve a quadrant Grid/GridSolvers/Multipole_new mpole_2DSymmetryPlane [BOOLEAN] [false] In 2D coordinates, assume a plane of symmetry at the grid bottom. Can be used for symmetrical problems to reduce computational domain. mpole_3DAxisymmetry [BOOLEAN] [false] Assumes rotational invariance around the main (z) axis in 3D cartesian geometry domains, even if this holds only approximately. In effect it uses only M=0 multipole moments. mpole_DumpMoments [BOOLEAN] [false] Should the Moment array be dumped at each timestep? Use this option only with care, as the moments will be printed for each radial bin. mpole_IgnoreInnerZone [BOOLEAN] [false] If this is set .true., the inner zone will not be recognized and all inner zone radii will be treated statistically. This can be used only if Lmax is sufficiently low. mpole_InnerZoneResolution [REAL] [0.1] Valid Values: 0.0 to INFTY The resolution spacing for the inner zone in units of the inner zone atomic radius. Two inner zone radii will be considered different if they are more than the resolution spacing apart. A very tiny number will result in a complete separation of all inner zone radii into separate bins. However, the resolution cannot be set to exactly zero, because its inverse value needs to be calculated at some point in the code. mpole_InnerZoneSize [INTEGER] [16] Valid Values: 1 to INFTY The size (radius) defining the inner zone in terms of the inner zone atomic radius. This value needs to be an integer, as it will be used to define dimensions of certain arrays. mpole_Lmax [INTEGER] [0] Valid Values: 0 to INFTY Maximum multipole moment to use mpole_MaxRadialZones [INTEGER] [1] Valid Values: 1 to INFTY The maximum number of radial zones to be used mpole_MultiThreading [BOOLEAN] [true] If set .true., the code will run in multithreaded mode mpole_PrintRadialInfo [BOOLEAN] [false] Should the Multipole solver print out detailed radial bin information at each timestep? mpole_ZoneExponent_1 [REAL] [1.0] Valid Values: -INFTY to INFTY The exponent value 't' in the radial equation r(Q) = s * dr * Q^t or the radial equation r(Q) = s * dr * (e^(Qt)-1)/(e^t-1), defining the maximum radius of the Q-th radial bin for the 1st zone. mpole_ZoneExponent_2 [REAL] [1.0] Valid Values: -INFTY to INFTY Idem for the 2nd radial zone. mpole_ZoneExponent_3 [REAL] [1.0] Valid Values: -INFTY to INFTY Idem for the 3rd radial zone. mpole_ZoneExponent_4 [REAL] [1.0] Valid Values: -INFTY to INFTY Idem for the 4th radial zone. mpole_ZoneRadiusFraction_1 [REAL] [1.0] Valid Values: 0.0 to 1.0 The fraction of the maximum radius defining the 1st radial zone limit. The total number of fractions given must match the maximum number of radial zones specified and the fractions must be in increasing order and less than 1. as we move from the 1st zone upwards. The last zone must always have a fraction of exactly 1. If not, the code will enforce it. mpole_ZoneRadiusFraction_2 [REAL] [1.0] Valid Values: 0.0 to 1.0 Idem for the 2nd radial zone. mpole_ZoneRadiusFraction_3 [REAL] [1.0] Valid Values: 0.0 to 1.0 Idem for the 3rd radial zone. mpole_ZoneRadiusFraction_4 [REAL] [1.0] Valid Values: 0.0 to 1.0 Idem for the 4th radial zone. mpole_ZoneScalar_1 [REAL] [1.0] Valid Values: 0.0 to INFTY The scalar value 's' in the radial equation r(Q) = s * dr * Q^t or the radial equation r(Q) = s * dr * (e^(Qt)-1)/(e^t-1), defining the maximum radius of the Q-th radial bin for the 1st zone. mpole_ZoneScalar_2 [REAL] [1.0] Valid Values: 0.0 to INFTY Idem for the 2nd radial zone. mpole_ZoneScalar_3 [REAL] [1.0] Valid Values: 0.0 to INFTY Idem for the 3rd radial zone. mpole_ZoneScalar_4 [REAL] [1.0] Valid Values: 0.0 to INFTY Idem for the 4th radial zone. mpole_ZoneType_1 [STRING] ["exponential"] Valid Values: Unconstrained String value containing the zone type for the 1st zone. If set to 'exponential' then the radial equation r(Q) = s * dr * Q^t is used. If set to 'logarithmic' the radial equation r(Q) = s * dr * (e^(Qt)-1)/(e^t-1) is used. mpole_ZoneType_2 [STRING] ["exponential"] Valid Values: Unconstrained Idem for the 2nd radial zone. mpole_ZoneType_3 [STRING] ["exponential"] Valid Values: Unconstrained Idem for the 3rd radial zone. mpole_ZoneType_4 [STRING] ["logarithmic"] Valid Values: Unconstrained Idem for the 4th radial zone. Grid/GridSolvers/Pfft gr_pfftDiffOpDiscretize [INTEGER] [1] Valid Values: 1, 2 specifies the approach for discretizing the Laplacian differential operator: 2 for second-order finite difference approximation, 1 for spectral. This choice is ignored by solver implementations that have one approach hardwired. Currently the HomBcTrigSolver and SimplePeriodicSolver implementations honor this runtime parameter. pfft_setupOnce [BOOLEAN] [TRUE] This parameter tells Pfft whether it should retain trig tables and other mapping information for the entire simulation or not

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