The AMROC framework supplies a generic object-oriented and distributed memory implementation in C++ of the special version of the blockstructured adaptive mesh refinement (AMR) algorithm after Berger and Collela, which is tailored for hyperbolic conservation laws.
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- Ziegler, Jack L.; Deiterding, Ralf; Shepherd, Joseph E.; Pullin, D. I.: An adaptive high-order hybrid scheme for compressive, viscous flows with detailed chemistry (2011)
- Hill, D. J.; Pullin, D.; Ortiz, M.; Meiron, D.: An Eulerian hybrid WENO centered-difference solver for elastic-plastic solids (2010)
- Lombardini, M.; Pullin, D. I.: Small-amplitude perturbations in the three-dimensional cylindrical Richtmyer-Meshkov instability (2009)
- Matheou, G.; Pantano, C.; Dimotakis, P. E.: Verification of a fluid-dynamics solver using correlations with linear stability results (2008)
- Nordén, Markus; Löf, Henrik; Rantakokko, Jarmo; Holmgren, Sverker: Dynamic data migration for structured AMR solvers (2007)
- Pantano, C.; Deiterding, R.; Hill, D. J.; Pullin, D. I.: A low numerical dissipation patch-based adaptive mesh refinement method for large eddy simulation of compressible flows (2007)
- Deiterding, Ralf; Radovitzky, Raul; Mauch, Sean P.; Noels, Ludovic; Cummings, Julian C.; Meiron, Daniel I.: A virtual test facility for the efficient simulation of solid material response under strong shock and detonation wave loading (2006) ioport
- LeVeque, Randall J.: Wave propagation software, computational science, and reproducible research (2006)
- Deiterding, Ralf: Construction and application of an AMR algorithm for distributed memory computers (2005)