|Version 3 (modified by jmstone, 4 years ago) (diff)|
An arbitrary number of passive scalars which will be advected with the flow can be added to any simulation, using
% configure --with-nscalars=#
where # is an integer specifying the number if scalars desired.
These scalars can be used to follow mixing in the flow. In addition, the Userwork_in_loop() function in the problem generator can be used to add source and sink terms to the advection equations for these scalars. This allows chemical or ionization/recombination models to be added (albeit only at first-order, using operator splitting).
Outputs such as binary and vtk dumps will automatically include all passive scalars. Images or outputs of specific members of the scalars array can be added using User-defined Output Variables.
Not all Riemann solvers have been extended to work with passive scalars. The Roe, HLLC, and HLLD solvers work with passive scalars.