DoGPack

DoGPack is a software package for solving hyperbolic conservation laws using a modal discontinuous Galerkin discretizations. It has been designed with easy extensibility, performance, and exploration in mind. The main parts of the code are written in C++. This code outputs to files that can be read and processed by MATLAB or Python scripts that are part of the DoGPack distribution. DoGPack features: Solves general hyperbolic PDEs in 1D and 2D, including both Cartesian and triangle-based unstructued grids. Basic user inputs are handled through a parameters.ini input file. Several examples including advection, shallow water, compressible Euler, and ideal MHD are part of the current release. Vizualization is done through MATLAB or Python scripts that are part of the DoGPack distribution.


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  1. Seal, David C.; Güçlü, Yaman; Christlieb, Andrew J.: High-order multiderivative time integrators for hyperbolic conservation laws (2014)