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elastic_two_layer_interface.cc File Reference

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Classes

class  ElasticRefineableTwoLayerMesh< ELEMENT >
 
class  InterfaceProblem< ELEMENT, TIMESTEPPER >
 

Namespaces

 Global_Physical_Variables
 Namespace for physical parameters.
 

Functions

Vector< double > Global_Physical_Variables::G (2)
 Direction of gravity. More...
 
int main (int argc, char *argv[])
 Driver code for two-dimensional two fluid interface problem. More...
 

Variables

double Global_Physical_Variables::Re = 5.0
 Reynolds number. More...
 
double Global_Physical_Variables::St = 1.0
 Strouhal number. More...
 
double Global_Physical_Variables::ReSt = 5.0
 Womersley number (Reynolds x Strouhal) More...
 
double Global_Physical_Variables::ReInvFr = 5.0
 Product of Reynolds number and inverse of Froude number. More...
 
double Global_Physical_Variables::Viscosity_Ratio = 0.1
 Ratio of viscosity in upper fluid to viscosity in lower fluid. Reynolds number etc. is based on viscosity in lower fluid. More...
 
double Global_Physical_Variables::Density_Ratio = 0.5
 Ratio of density in upper fluid to density in lower fluid. Reynolds number etc. is based on density in lower fluid. More...
 
double Global_Physical_Variables::Ca = 0.01
 Capillary number. More...
 
double Global_Physical_Variables::Nu = 0.1
 Pseudo-solid Poisson ratio. More...
 

Function Documentation

int main ( int  argc,
char *  argv[] 
)

Driver code for two-dimensional two fluid interface problem.

Maximum time

Duration of timestep

Definition at line 814 of file elastic_two_layer_interface.cc.

References Global_Physical_Variables::G(), Global_Physical_Variables::Re, Global_Physical_Variables::ReSt, Global_Physical_Variables::St, and InterfaceProblem< ELEMENT, TIMESTEPPER >::unsteady_run().