[cig-commits] r8114 -
short/3D/PyLith/branches/pylith-0.8/pylith3d/examples/linhex/powertest
willic3 at geodynamics.org
willic3 at geodynamics.org
Mon Oct 15 18:43:49 PDT 2007
Author: willic3
Date: 2007-10-15 18:43:49 -0700 (Mon, 15 Oct 2007)
New Revision: 8114
Added:
short/3D/PyLith/branches/pylith-0.8/pylith3d/examples/linhex/powertest/pylith3d.cfg
Log:
Updated .cfg file to include PETSc options, and changed name to
pylith3d.cfg so it is picked up automatically.
Copied: short/3D/PyLith/branches/pylith-0.8/pylith3d/examples/linhex/powertest/pylith3d.cfg (from rev 8094, short/3D/PyLith/branches/pylith-0.8/pylith3d/examples/linhex/powertest/powertest.cfg)
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--- short/3D/PyLith/branches/pylith-0.8/pylith3d/examples/linhex/powertest/powertest.cfg 2007-10-09 12:35:28 UTC (rev 8094)
+++ short/3D/PyLith/branches/pylith-0.8/pylith3d/examples/linhex/powertest/pylith3d.cfg 2007-10-16 01:43:49 UTC (rev 8114)
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+[pylith3d.petsc]
+# PETSc options
+log_summary = true
+pc_type = bjacobi
+sub_pc_type = ilu
+ksp_monitor = true
+ksp_view = true
+ksp_rtol = 1.0e-9
+# start_in_debugger = true
+# debugger_pause = 100
+
+[pylith3d]
+fileRoot = powertest
+asciiOutput = full
+ucdOutput = ascii
+
+# Example of a keyword=value file to be used with TECTON.
+# In this example, the default values are listed, but commented out.
+# To change a default value, uncomment the appropriate entry and
+# edit the value.
+# With the present implementation, there should not be any spaces
+# before the keyword.
+#
+# Non-default parameters to be used for SCEC BM 2.
+#
+# Scaling factors applied to Winkler forces. These factors may be
+# used as a quick and easy way of changing the density or gravitational
+# acceleration when Winkler forces are used to simulate gravity.
+#
+#winklerScaleX = 1.0
+#winklerScaleY = 1.0
+#winklerScaleZ = 1.0
+#
+#
+# Parameters controlling stress integration and numerical computation
+# of the tangent material matrix. These default values should be
+# reasonable for most cases.
+#
+#stressTolerance = 1.0e-12*Pa
+#minimumStrainPerturbation = 1.0e-7
+#initialStrainPerturbation = 1.0e-1
+#
+#
+# Parameters controlling the solution of the linear problem at each
+# iteration. This is now all controlled by PETSc command-line
+# arguments. The only option now specified in this file is whether to
+# use the solution from the previous time step as the starting guess
+# for the current time step.
+#
+# usePreviousDisplacementFlag = 0
+#
+#
+# Quadrature order for the problem. The options are:
+# Full: Quadrature order that should give the exact
+# element matrices when the elements are
+# geometrically undistorted.
+# Reduced: Quadrature order that is one order less than
+# full quadrature. This option should be used
+# with caution.
+# Selective: Uses Hughes' b-bar formulation to perform
+# reduced quadrature on the dilatational parts of
+# the strain-displacement matrix. This can be
+# useful in nearly-incompressible problems.
+#
+#quadratureOrder = Full
+#
+#
+# Gravitational acceleration in each direction.
+#
+#gravityX = 0.0*m/(s*s)
+#gravityY = 0.0*m/(s*s)
+#gravityZ = 0.0*m/(s*s)
+#
+#
+# Factors controlling computation of prestresses. When gravity is being
+# used, an automatic computation option may be used, with the option of
+# using alternative values for Poisson's ratio and Young's modulus.
+# Each prestress component may also be scaled. This option is only
+# useful if the prestresses are read from a file (and not automatically
+# computed).
+#
+#prestressAutoCompute = False
+#prestressAutoChangeElasticProps = False
+#prestressAutoComputePoisson = 0.49
+#prestressAutoComputeYoungs = 1.0e30*Pa
+#
+#prestressScaleXx = 1.0
+#prestressScaleYy = 1.0
+#prestressScaleZz = 1.0
+#prestressScaleXy = 1.0
+#prestressScaleXz = 1.0
+#prestressScaleYz = 1.0
+#
+#
+# Scaling factors applied to differential Winkler forces. Differential
+# Winkler forces are those applied across a slippery node interface, and
+# are generally used to keep the fault locked at certain times. These
+# factors control the magnitudes and provide a simple way of scaling the
+# forces so the fault remains sufficiently 'locked'.
+#
+#winklerSlipScaleX = 1.0
+#winklerSlipScaleY = 1.0
+#winklerSlipScaleZ = 1.0
+#
+#
+# Unit numbers used by f77. These defaults should work for most Unix
+# systems, but may be altered if necessary.
+#
+#f77StandardInput = 5
+#f77StandardOutput = 6
+#f77FileInput = 10
+#f77AsciiOutput = 11
+#f77PlotOutput = 12
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