Clawpack stands for “Conservation Laws Package” and was initially developed for linear and nonlinear hyperbolic systems of conservation laws, with a focus on implementing high-resolution Godunov type methods using limiters in a general framework applicable to many applications. These finite volume methods require a “Riemann solver” to resolve the jump discontinuity at the interface between two grid cells into waves propagating into the neighboring cells. Adaptive mesh refinement is included, see amrclaw. Recent extensions allow the solution of hyperbolic problems that are not in conservation form. We are actively working on extensions to parabolic equations as well. The “wave propagation” algorithms implemented in Clawpack are discribed in detail in the book Finite Volume Methods for Hyperbolic Problems Virtually all of the figures in this book were generated using Clawpack and the source code for each can be found in CLAW/book. See Examples from the book FVMHP for a list of available examples with pointers to the codes and resulting plots.

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  5. Kim, Eun Heui: Transonic shock and rarefaction wave interactions of two-dimensional Riemann problems for the self-similar nonlinear wave system (2016)
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  8. Kroshko, Andrew; Spiteri, Raymond J.: odeToJava: a PSE for the numerical solution of IVPS (2015)
  9. Quezada de Luna, Manuel; Ketcheson, David I.: Numerical simulation of cylindrical solitary waves in periodic media (2014)
  10. Shyue, Keh-Ming; Xiao, Feng: An Eulerian interface sharpening algorithm for compressible two-phase flow: the algebraic THINC approach (2014)
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  14. Lemoine, Grady I.; Ou, M.Yvonne; Leveque, Randall J.: High-resolution finite volume modeling of wave propagation in orthotropic poroelastic media (2013)
  15. Mauri, L.; Perotto, S.; Veneziani, A.: Adaptive geometrical multiscale modeling for hydrodynamic problems (2013)
  16. Wiens, Jeffrey K.; Stockie, John M.; Williams, J.F.: Riemann solver for a kinematic wave traffic model with discontinuous flux (2013)
  17. Borsche, Raul; Colombo, Rinaldo M.; Garavello, Mauro: Mixed systems: ODEs-balance laws (2012)
  18. Kang, Myungjoo; Kim, Chang Ho; Ha, Youngsoo: Numerical comparison of weno type schemes to the simulations of thin films (2012)
  19. Ketcheson, David I.; Mandli, Kyle; Ahmadia, Aron J.; Alghamdi, Amal; De Luna, Manuel Quezada; Parsani, Matteo; Knepley, Matthew G.; Emmett, Matthew: Pyclaw: accessible, extensible, scalable tools for wave propagation problems (2012)
  20. Kim, Eun Heui; Lee, Chung-Min: Numerical solutions of transonic two-dimensional flows at a ninety-degree wedge (2012)

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