Reference documentation for deal.II version Git 3f75665 2017-01-19 16:58:38 -0500
The deal.II code gallery

The deal.II code gallery contains a collection of programs based on deal.II that were contributed by others to serve as starting points for more complex applications. The code gallery is an extension of the tutorial in that the programs are intended to show how applications can be implemented with deal.II, but without the requirement to have these code documented at the same, extensive level as used in the tutorial. Instructions for obtaining the code gallery programs can be found at .

The programs that form part of the code gallery are contributed by others and are not part of deal.II itself. The deal.II authors make no assurances that these programs are documented in any reasonable way, nor that the programs are in fact correct. Please contact the authors of the code gallery programs if you have questions.

The code gallery currently consists of the following programs (with connections to other programs shown in the graph on the tutorial page):

Viscoelastoplastic topography evolution (by Roger Fu, Anton Ermakov

Topographic evolution

Elastoplastic Torsion (by Salvador Flores

Solving variational problems with uniform gradient bounds by p-Laplacian approximation.

Quasi-Static Finite-Strain Compressible Elasticity (by Jean-Paul Pelteret, Andrew McBride

Classical quasi-static finite-strain elasticity solving the Cook membrane problem composed of a compressible Neo-Hookean material.

Convection Diffusion Reaction (by David R. Wells wells.nosp@m.d2@r.nosp@m.pi.ed.nosp@m.u)

Parallel convection-diffusion-reaction (CDR) solver with theta time stepping utilizing Trilinos.

Goal-oriented mesh adaptivity in elastoplasticity problems (by Seyed Shahram Ghorashi

Solving 2d/3d elastoplasticity problem with linear isotropic hardening and adapting the mesh based on goal-oriented error estimation

Two phase flow interaction (by Manuel Quezada de Luna

Simulating two-phase flow interaction via level set method and incompressible Navier-Stokes equations.