Chombo - Software for Adaptive Solutions of Partial Differential Equations. Chombo provides a set of tools for implementing finite difference methods for the solution of partial differential equations on block-structured adaptively refined rectangular grids. Both elliptic and time-dependent modules are included. Chombo supports calculations in complex geometries with both embedded boundaries and mapped grids, and Chombo also supports particle methods. Most parallel platforms are supported, and cross-platform self-describing file formats are included. The Chombo package is a product of the community of collaborators working with the Applied Numerical Algorithms Group (ANAG), part of the Computational Research Division at LBNL. Chombo is a Swahili word meaning ”tool” or ”container”.

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  12. Freret, L.; Ivan, L.; De Sterck, H.; Groth, C. P. T.: High-order finite-volume method with block-based AMR for magnetohydrodynamics flows (2019)
  13. Ghosh, D.; Chapman, T. D.; Berger, R. L.; Dimits, A.; Banks, J. W.: A multispecies, multifluid model for laser-induced counterstreaming plasma simulations (2019)
  14. Giuliani, Andrew; Krivodonova, Lilia: Adaptive mesh refinement on graphics processing units for applications in gas dynamics (2019)
  15. Marskar, Robert: An adaptive Cartesian embedded boundary approach for fluid simulations of two- and three-dimensional low temperature plasma filaments in complex geometries (2019)
  16. Muia, Francesco; Cicoli, Michele; Clough, Katy; Pedro, Francisco; Quevedo, Fernando; Vacca, Gian Paolo: The fate of dense scalar stars (2019)
  17. Pederson, Dylan M.; Raja, Laxminarayan L.: A stable finite-difference time-domain scheme for local time-stepping on an adaptive mesh (2019)
  18. Schmidmayer, Kevin; Petitpas, Fabien; Daniel, Eric: Adaptive mesh refinement algorithm based on dual trees for cells and faces for multiphase compressible flows (2019)
  19. Weinzierl, Tobias: The Peano software -- parallel, automaton-based, dynamically adaptive grid traversals (2019)
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