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 Source file:   setrun.py
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""" 
Module to set up run time parameters for Clawpack -- classic code.

The values set in the function setrun are then written out to data files
that will be read in by the Fortran code.
    
""" 

from __future__ import absolute_import
import os
import numpy as np

#------------------------------
def setrun(claw_pkg='classic'):
#------------------------------
    
    """ 
    Define the parameters used for running Clawpack.

    INPUT:
        claw_pkg expected to be "classic" for this setrun.

    OUTPUT:
        rundata - object of class ClawRunData 
    
    """ 
    
    from clawpack.clawutil import data 
    
    
    assert claw_pkg.lower() == 'classic',  "Expected claw_pkg = 'classic'"

    num_dim = 1
    rundata = data.ClawRunData(claw_pkg, num_dim)

    #------------------------------------------------------------------
    # Problem-specific parameters to be written to setprob.data:
    #------------------------------------------------------------------
    probdata = rundata.new_UserData(name='probdata', fname='setprob.data')
    probdata.add_param('u',  1.0,  'advection velocity')
    probdata.add_param('beta', 400., 'Gaussian width parameter')

    
    #------------------------------------------------------------------
    # Standard Clawpack parameters to be written to claw.data:
    #------------------------------------------------------------------

    clawdata = rundata.clawdata  # initialized when rundata instantiated


    # ---------------
    # Spatial domain:
    # ---------------

    # Number of space dimensions:
    clawdata.num_dim = num_dim
    
    # Lower and upper edge of computational domain:
    clawdata.lower[0] = 0.000000e+00          # xlower
    clawdata.upper[0] = 1.000000e+00          # xupper
    
    # Number of grid cells:
    clawdata.num_cells[0] = 200      # mx
    

    # ---------------
    # Size of system:
    # ---------------

    # Number of equations in the system:
    clawdata.num_eqn = 1

    # Number of auxiliary variables in the aux array (initialized in setaux)
    clawdata.num_aux = 0
    
    # Index of aux array corresponding to capacity function, if there is one:
    clawdata.capa_index = 0
    
    
    # -------------
    # Initial time:
    # -------------

    clawdata.t0 = 0.000000
    

    # Restart from checkpoint file of a previous run?
    # If restarting, t0 above should be from original run, and the
    # restart_file 'fort.qNNNN' specified below should be in 
    # the OUTDIR indicated in Makefile.

    clawdata.restart = False               # True to restart from prior results
    clawdata.restart_file = 'fort.q0006'   # File to use for restart data
    
    
    # -------------
    # Output times:
    #--------------

    # Specify at what times the results should be written to fort.q files.
    # Note that the time integration stops after the final output time.
 
    clawdata.output_style = 1
 
    if clawdata.output_style==1:
        # Output ntimes frames at equally spaced times up to tfinal:
        # Can specify num_output_times = 0 for no output
        clawdata.num_output_times = 20
        clawdata.tfinal = 4.000000
        clawdata.output_t0 = True  # output at initial (or restart) time?
        
    elif clawdata.output_style == 2:
        # Specify a list or numpy array of output times:
        # Include t0 if you want output at the initial time.
        clawdata.output_times =  [0., 0.1]
 
    elif clawdata.output_style == 3:
        # Output every step_interval timesteps over total_steps timesteps:
        clawdata.output_step_interval = 2
        clawdata.total_steps = 4
        clawdata.output_t0 = True  # output at initial (or restart) time?
        

    clawdata.output_format = 'ascii'      # 'ascii', 'binary', 'netcdf'

    clawdata.output_q_components = 'all'   # could be list such as [True,True]
    clawdata.output_aux_components = 'none'  # could be list
    clawdata.output_aux_onlyonce = True    # output aux arrays only at t0
    

    # ---------------------------------------------------
    # Verbosity of messages to screen during integration:  
    # ---------------------------------------------------

    # The current t, dt, and cfl will be printed every time step
    # at AMR levels <= verbosity.  Set verbosity = 0 for no printing.
    #   (E.g. verbosity == 2 means print only on levels 1 and 2.)
    clawdata.verbosity = 0
    
    

    # --------------
    # Time stepping:
    # --------------

    # if dt_variable==True:  variable time steps used based on cfl_desired,
    # if dt_variable==False: fixed time steps dt = dt_initial always used.
    clawdata.dt_variable = True
    
    # Initial time step for variable dt.  
    # (If dt_variable==0 then dt=dt_initial for all steps)
    clawdata.dt_initial = 1.000000e-01
    
    # Max time step to be allowed if variable dt used:
    clawdata.dt_max = 1.000000e+99
    
    # Desired Courant number if variable dt used 
    clawdata.cfl_desired = 0.900000
    # max Courant number to allow without retaking step with a smaller dt:
    clawdata.cfl_max = 1.000000
    
    # Maximum number of time steps to allow between output times:
    clawdata.steps_max = 500


    # ------------------
    # Method to be used:
    # ------------------

    # Order of accuracy:  1 => Godunov,  2 => Lax-Wendroff plus limiters
    clawdata.order = 2
    
    
    # Number of waves in the Riemann solution:
    clawdata.num_waves = 1
    
    # List of limiters to use for each wave family:  
    # Required:  len(limiter) == num_waves
    # Some options:
    #   0 or 'none'     ==> no limiter (Lax-Wendroff)
    #   1 or 'minmod'   ==> minmod
    #   2 or 'superbee' ==> superbee
    #   3 or 'vanleer'  ==> van Leer
    #   4 or 'mc'       ==> MC limiter
    clawdata.limiter = ['mc']
    
    clawdata.use_fwaves = False    # True ==> use f-wave version of algorithms
    
    # Source terms splitting:
    #   src_split == 0 or 'none'    ==> no source term (src routine never called)
    #   src_split == 1 or 'godunov' ==> Godunov (1st order) splitting used, 
    #   src_split == 2 or 'strang'  ==> Strang (2nd order) splitting used,  not recommended.
    clawdata.source_split = 0
    
    
    # --------------------
    # Boundary conditions:
    # --------------------

    # Number of ghost cells (usually 2)
    clawdata.num_ghost = 2
    
    # Choice of BCs at xlower and xupper:
    #   0 or 'user'     => user specified (must modify bcNamr.f to use this option)
    #   1 or 'extrap'   => extrapolation (non-reflecting outflow)
    #   2 or 'periodic' => periodic (must specify this at both boundaries)
    #   3 or 'wall'     => solid wall for systems where q(2) is normal velocity
    
    clawdata.bc_lower[0] = 'periodic'   # at xlower
    clawdata.bc_upper[0] = 'periodic'   # at xupper
                  
    return rundata

    # end of function setrun
    # ----------------------


if __name__ == '__main__':
    # Set up run-time parameters and write all data files.
    import sys
    rundata = setrun(*sys.argv[1:])
    rundata.write()