VH-1: Multidimensional ideal compressible hydrodynamics code

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VH-1: Multidimensional ideal compressible hydrodynamics code

Post by owlice » Wed Apr 04, 2012 7:29 am

[c]VH-1: Multidimensional ideal compressible hydrodynamics code[/c][/b]
Abstract: VH-1 is a multidimensional ideal compressible hydrodynamics code written in FORTRAN for use on any computing platform, from desktop workstations to supercomputers. It uses a Lagrangian remap version of the Piecewise Parabolic Method developed by Paul Woodward and Phil Colella in their 1984 paper. VH-1 comes in a variety of versions, from a simple one-dimensional serial variant to a multi-dimensional version scalable to thousands of processors.

Credit: Hawley, John; Blondin, John; Lindahl, Greg; Lufkin, Eric

Site: http://wonka.physics.ncsu.edu/pub/VH-1/index.php
http://adsabs.harvard.edu/abs/1991ApJ...371..684B

Bibcode: 2012ascl.soft04007H

ID: ascl:1204.007
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