ENZO

Enzo is a community-developed adaptive mesh refinement simulation code, designed for rich, multi-physics hydrodynamic astrophysical calculations. Enzo is freely available, developed in the open, with a strong support structure for assistance. Simulations conducted with Enzo have been featured in numerous refereed journal articles, and it is capable of running on computers from laptop to Top500.


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  1. Kidder, Lawrence E.; Field, Scott E.; Foucart, Francois; Schnetter, Erik; Teukolsky, Saul A.; Bohn, Andy; Deppe, Nils; Diener, Peter; Hébert, François; Lippuner, Jonas; Miller, Jonah; Ott, Christian D.; Scheel, Mark A.; Vincent, Trevor: SpECTRE: A task-based discontinuous Galerkin code for relativistic astrophysics (2017)
  2. Lee, Dongwook; Faller, Hugues; Reyes, Adam: The piecewise cubic method (PCM) for computational fluid dynamics (2017)
  3. Hatori, Tomoharu; Ito, Atsushi M.; Nunami, Masanori; Usui, Hideyuki; Miura, Hideaki: Level-by-level artificial viscosity and visualization for MHD simulation with adaptive mesh refinement (2016)
  4. Kulikov, Igor; Vorobyov, Eduard: Using the PPML approach for constructing a low-dissipation, operator-splitting scheme for numerical simulations of hydrodynamic flows (2016)
  5. Razi, Mani; Attar, Peter; Vedula, Prakash: Numerical solution of multidimensional hyperbolic PDEs using defect correction on adaptive grids (2016)
  6. Sousbie, Thierry; Colombi, Stéphane: ColDICE: A parallel Vlasov-Poisson solver using moving adaptive simplicial tessellation (2016)
  7. Powell, Devon; Abel, Tom: An exact general remeshing scheme applied to physically conservative voxelization (2015)
  8. Sætra, Martin L.; Brodtkorb, André R.; Lie, Knut-Andreas: Efficient GPU-implementation of adaptive mesh refinement for the shallow-water equations (2015)
  9. Schmidt, Wolfram: Numerical modelling of astrophysical turbulence (2014)
  10. Reynolds, Daniel R.; Hayes, John C.; Paschos, Pascal; Norman, Michael L.: Self-consistent solution of cosmological radiation-hydrodynamics and chemical ionization (2009)