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oomph::Steady< NSTEPS > Class Template Reference

#include <timesteppers.h>

+ Inheritance diagram for oomph::Steady< NSTEPS >:

Public Types

typedef double(* InitialConditionFctPt )(const double &t)
 Typedef for function that returns the (scalar) initial value at a given value of the continuous time t. More...
 

Public Member Functions

 Steady ()
 Constructor: Creates storage for NSTEPS previous timesteps and can evaluate up to 2nd derivatives (though it doesn't actually do anything – all time-derivatives evaluate to zero) More...
 
 Steady (const Steady &)
 Broken copy constructor. More...
 
void operator= (const Steady &)
 Broken assignment operator. More...
 
unsigned order () const
 Return the actual order of the scheme. Returning zero here – doesn't make much sense, though. More...
 
void assign_initial_values_impulsive (Data *const &data_pt)
 Initialise the time-history for the Data values, corresponding to an impulsive start. More...
 
void assign_initial_positions_impulsive (Node *const &node_pt)
 Initialise the time-history for the nodal positions corresponding to an impulsive start. More...
 
void assign_initial_data_values (Data *const &data_pt, Vector< InitialConditionFctPt > initial_value_fct)
 Initialise the time-history for the Data values, corresponding to given time history, specified by Vector of function pointers. More...
 
void shift_time_values (Data *const &data_pt)
 This function updates the Data's time history so that we can advance to the next timestep. As for BDF schemes, we simply push the values backwards... More...
 
void shift_time_positions (Node *const &node_pt)
 This function advances the time history of the positions at a node. More...
 
void set_weights ()
 Set weights. More...
 
unsigned nprev_values () const
 Number of previous values available. More...
 
unsigned ndt () const
 Number of timestep increments that need to be stored by the scheme. More...
 
double weight (const unsigned &i, const unsigned &j) const
 Dummy: Access function for j-th weight for the i-th derivative. More...
 
- Public Member Functions inherited from oomph::TimeStepper
 TimeStepper (const unsigned &tstorage, const unsigned &max_deriv)
 Constructor. Pass the amount of storage required by timestepper (present value + history values) and the order of highest time-derivative. More...
 
 TimeStepper ()
 Broken empty constructor. More...
 
 TimeStepper (const TimeStepper &)
 Broken copy constructor. More...
 
void operator= (const TimeStepper &)
 Broken assignment operator. More...
 
virtual ~TimeStepper ()
 virtual destructor More...
 
unsigned highest_derivative () const
 Highest order derivative that the scheme can compute. More...
 
double & time ()
 Return current value of continous time. More...
 
double time () const
 Return current value of continous time. More...
 
virtual unsigned nprev_values_for_value_at_evaluation_time () const
 Number of previous values needed to calculate the value at the current time. i.e. how many previous values must we loop over to calculate the values at the evaluation time. For most methods this is 1, i.e. just use the value at t_{n+1}. See midpoint method for a counter-example. More...
 
void make_steady ()
 Function to make the time stepper temporarily steady. This is trivially achieved by setting all the weights to zero. More...
 
bool is_steady () const
 Flag to indicate if a timestepper has been made steady (possibly temporarily to switch off time-dependence) More...
 
bool predict_by_explicit_step () const
 Flag: is adaptivity done by taking a separate step using an ExplicitTimeStepper object? More...
 
ExplicitTimeStepperexplicit_predictor_pt ()
 
void set_predictor_pt (ExplicitTimeStepper *_pred_pt)
 
void update_predicted_time (const double &new_time)
 
void check_predicted_values_up_to_date () const
 Check that the predicted values are the ones we want. More...
 
unsigned predictor_storage_index () const
 Return the time-index in each Data where predicted values are stored if the timestepper is adaptive. More...
 
void enable_warning_in_assign_initial_data_values ()
 Enable the output of warnings due to possible fct pointer vector size mismatch in assign_initial_data_values (Default) More...
 
void disable_warning_in_assign_initial_data_values ()
 Disable the output of warnings due to possible fct pointer vector size mismatch in assign_initial_data_values. More...
 
const DenseMatrix< double > * weights_pt () const
 Get a (const) pointer to the weights. More...
 
virtual void undo_make_steady ()
 Reset the is_steady status of a specific TimeStepper to its default and re-assign the weights. More...
 
std::string type () const
 Return string that indicates the type of the timestepper (e.g. "BDF", "Newmark", etc.) More...
 
void time_derivative (const unsigned &i, Data *const &data_pt, Vector< double > &deriv)
 Evaluate i-th derivative of all values in Data and return in Vector deriv[]. More...
 
double time_derivative (const unsigned &i, Data *const &data_pt, const unsigned &j)
 Evaluate i-th derivative of j-th value in Data. More...
 
void time_derivative (const unsigned &i, Node *const &node_pt, Vector< double > &deriv)
 Evaluate i-th derivative of all values in Node and return in Vector deriv[] (this can't be simply combined with time_derivative(.., Data, ...) because of differences with haning nodes). More...
 
double time_derivative (const unsigned &i, Node *const &node_pt, const unsigned &j)
 Evaluate i-th derivative of j-th value in Node. Note the use of the node's value() function so that hanging nodes are taken into account (this is why the functions for Data and Node cannot be combined through simple polymorphism: value is not virtual). More...
 
Time *const & time_pt () const
 Access function for the pointer to time (const version) More...
 
Time *& time_pt ()
 
unsigned ntstorage () const
 Return the number of doubles required to represent history (one for steady) More...
 
bool adaptive_flag () const
 Function to indicate whether the scheme is adaptive (false by default) More...
 
virtual void set_predictor_weights ()
 Set the weights for the predictor previous timestep (currently empty – overwrite for specific scheme) More...
 
virtual void calculate_predicted_values (Data *const &data_pt)
 Do the predictor step for data stored in a Data object (currently empty – overwrite for specific scheme) More...
 
virtual void calculate_predicted_positions (Node *const &node_pt)
 Do the predictor step for the positions at a node (currently empty — overwrite for a specific scheme) More...
 
virtual void set_error_weights ()
 Set the weights for the error computation, (currently empty – overwrite for specific scheme) More...
 
virtual double temporal_error_in_position (Node *const &node_pt, const unsigned &i)
 
virtual double temporal_error_in_value (Data *const &data_pt, const unsigned &i)
 
virtual void actions_before_timestep (Problem *problem_pt)
 
virtual void actions_after_timestep (Problem *problem_pt)
 

Static Private Attributes

static double One =1.0
 Static variable to hold the value 1.0. More...
 
static double Zero =0.0
 Static variable to hold the value 0.0. More...
 
static Time Dummy_time
 

Additional Inherited Members

- Protected Attributes inherited from oomph::TimeStepper
TimeTime_pt
 Pointer to discrete time storage scheme. More...
 
DenseMatrix< double > Weight
 Storage for the weights associated with the timestepper. More...
 
std::string Type
 String that indicates the type of the timestepper (e.g. "BDF", "Newmark", etc.) More...
 
bool Adaptive_Flag
 Boolean variable to indicate whether the timestepping scheme can be adaptive. More...
 
bool Is_steady
 Bool to indicate if the timestepper is steady, i.e. its time-derivatives evaluate to zero. This status may be achieved temporarily by calling make_steady(). It can be reset to the appropriate default by the function undo_make_steady(). More...
 
bool Shut_up_in_assign_initial_data_values
 Boolean to indicate if the timestepper will output warnings when setting possibly an incorrect number of initial data values from function pointers. More...
 
bool Predict_by_explicit_step
 Flag: is adaptivity done by taking a separate step using an ExplicitTimeStepper object? More...
 
ExplicitTimeStepperExplicit_predictor_pt
 
double Predicted_time
 
int Predictor_storage_index
 The time-index in each Data object where predicted values are stored. -1 if not set. More...
 

Detailed Description

template<unsigned NSTEPS>
class oomph::Steady< NSTEPS >

Faux time-stepper for steady problems. Allows storage for NSTEPS previous values.

Definition at line 633 of file timesteppers.h.

Member Typedef Documentation

template<unsigned NSTEPS>
typedef double(* oomph::Steady< NSTEPS >::InitialConditionFctPt)(const double &t)

Typedef for function that returns the (scalar) initial value at a given value of the continuous time t.

Definition at line 718 of file timesteppers.h.

Constructor & Destructor Documentation

template<unsigned NSTEPS>
oomph::Steady< NSTEPS >::Steady ( )
inline

Constructor: Creates storage for NSTEPS previous timesteps and can evaluate up to 2nd derivatives (though it doesn't actually do anything – all time-derivatives evaluate to zero)

Definition at line 642 of file timesteppers.h.

template<unsigned NSTEPS>
oomph::Steady< NSTEPS >::Steady ( const Steady< NSTEPS > &  )
inline

Broken copy constructor.

Definition at line 654 of file timesteppers.h.

Member Function Documentation

template<unsigned NSTEPS>
void oomph::Steady< NSTEPS >::assign_initial_data_values ( Data *const &  data_pt,
Vector< InitialConditionFctPt initial_value_fct 
)
inline

Initialise the time-history for the Data values, corresponding to given time history, specified by Vector of function pointers.

Definition at line 723 of file timesteppers.h.

template<unsigned NSTEPS>
void oomph::Steady< NSTEPS >::assign_initial_positions_impulsive ( Node *const &  node_pt)
inlinevirtual

Initialise the time-history for the nodal positions corresponding to an impulsive start.

Implements oomph::TimeStepper.

Definition at line 691 of file timesteppers.h.

template<unsigned NSTEPS>
void oomph::Steady< NSTEPS >::assign_initial_values_impulsive ( Data *const &  data_pt)
inlinevirtual

Initialise the time-history for the Data values, corresponding to an impulsive start.

Implements oomph::TimeStepper.

Definition at line 671 of file timesteppers.h.

template<unsigned NSTEPS>
unsigned oomph::Steady< NSTEPS >::ndt ( ) const
inlinevirtual

Number of timestep increments that need to be stored by the scheme.

Implements oomph::TimeStepper.

Definition at line 818 of file timesteppers.h.

template<unsigned NSTEPS>
unsigned oomph::Steady< NSTEPS >::nprev_values ( ) const
inlinevirtual

Number of previous values available.

Implements oomph::TimeStepper.

Definition at line 815 of file timesteppers.h.

template<unsigned NSTEPS>
void oomph::Steady< NSTEPS >::operator= ( const Steady< NSTEPS > &  )
inline

Broken assignment operator.

Definition at line 660 of file timesteppers.h.

template<unsigned NSTEPS>
unsigned oomph::Steady< NSTEPS >::order ( ) const
inlinevirtual

Return the actual order of the scheme. Returning zero here – doesn't make much sense, though.

Reimplemented from oomph::TimeStepper.

Definition at line 667 of file timesteppers.h.

template<unsigned NSTEPS>
void oomph::Steady< NSTEPS >::set_weights ( )
inlinevirtual

Set weights.

Implements oomph::TimeStepper.

Definition at line 798 of file timesteppers.h.

template<unsigned NSTEPS>
void oomph::Steady< NSTEPS >::shift_time_positions ( Node *const &  node_pt)
inlinevirtual

This function advances the time history of the positions at a node.

Implements oomph::TimeStepper.

Definition at line 772 of file timesteppers.h.

template<unsigned NSTEPS>
void oomph::Steady< NSTEPS >::shift_time_values ( Data *const &  data_pt)
inlinevirtual

This function updates the Data's time history so that we can advance to the next timestep. As for BDF schemes, we simply push the values backwards...

Implements oomph::TimeStepper.

Definition at line 750 of file timesteppers.h.

template<unsigned NSTEPS>
double oomph::Steady< NSTEPS >::weight ( const unsigned &  i,
const unsigned &  j 
) const
inlinevirtual

Dummy: Access function for j-th weight for the i-th derivative.

Reimplemented from oomph::TimeStepper.

Definition at line 821 of file timesteppers.h.

Member Data Documentation

template<unsigned NSTEPS>
Time oomph::Steady< NSTEPS >::Dummy_time
staticprivate

Definition at line 842 of file timesteppers.h.

template<unsigned NSTEPS>
double oomph::Steady< NSTEPS >::One =1.0
staticprivate

Static variable to hold the value 1.0.

Definition at line 836 of file timesteppers.h.

template<unsigned NSTEPS>
double oomph::Steady< NSTEPS >::Zero =0.0
staticprivate

Static variable to hold the value 0.0.

Definition at line 839 of file timesteppers.h.


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