FELTOR (Full-F ELectromagnetic code in TORoidal geometry) is both a numerical library and a scientific software package built on top of it. Its main physical target are plasma edge and scrape-off layer (gyro-)fluid simulations. The numerical methods centre around discontinuous Galerkin methods on structured grids. Our core level functions are parallelized for a variety of hardware from multi-core cpu to hybrid MPI+GPU, which makes the library incredibly fast.
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- Caliari, Marco; Cassini, Fabio; Einkemmer, Lukas; Ostermann, Alexander; Zivcovich, Franco: A (\mu)-mode integrator for solving evolution equations in Kronecker form (2022)
- Giacomin, M.; Ricci, P.; Coroado, A.; Fourestey, G.; Galassi, D.; Lanti, E.; Mancini, D.; Richart, N.; Stenger, L. N.; Varini, N.: The GBS code for the self-consistent simulation of plasma turbulence and kinetic neutral dynamics in the tokamak boundary (2022)
- Einkemmer, Lukas; Joseph, Ilon: A mass, momentum, and energy conservative dynamical low-rank scheme for the Vlasov equation (2021)
- Iakymchuk, Roman; Barreda, Maria; Wiesenberger, Matthias; Aliaga, José I.; Quintana-Ortí, Enrique S.: Reproducibility strategies for parallel preconditioned conjugate gradient (2020)
- Wiesenberger, M.; Held, M.; Einkemmer, L.; Kendl, A.: Streamline integration as a method for structured grid generation in X-point geometry (2018)
- Wiesenberger, M.; Held, M.; Einkemmer, L.: Streamline integration as a method for two-dimensional elliptic grid generation (2017)
Further publications can be found at: https://feltor-dev.github.io/publications/