CitcomS is a finite element code designed to solve compressible thermochemical convection problems relevant to Earth's mantle.
|Status||Developed, maintained, and supported.|
|Bug reports||RoundUp||License||GNU Public License|
Latest Release (3.2.0)
- CitcomS-3.2.0.tar.gz [2012-02-02]
This release of CitcomS 3.2 has numerous changes from 3.1.1. These include improved implementations of internal stress, radial layer dependent viscosity, and velocity boundary conditions. Improvements have also been made in solver convergence controls, VTK output and several bug fixes. Finally, the Pyre configuration option has been turned off by default, though it can be enabled during configuration. See the NEWS file in the package for more details.
This release is slightly backward incompatible with v3.0. See the History section in the manual for more details.
- Checkpoint at the 9,000th time step which allows user to shorten the computation time (if the solver is interrupted before finishing the computation, one can resume the computation from the checkpointed state). NOTE: The checkpoint files are produced by an x86 machine and may not be usable by other types of machines, e.g., PowerPC.
If you are interested in following the main line of development, use the following Subversion command:
svn checkout http://geodynamics.org/svn/cig/mc/3D/CitcomS/trunk CitcomS
- CitcomS Manual [2012-02-02]
- A PDF containing Citcom's history, installation and running instructions, tests, and cookbook examples.
- Doxygen code documentation
- Doxygen documentation also available for development version
- CitcomS Publications List
- User submitted research publications using CitcomS.
- CitcomS Tutorial
- PDF slides of talk given by Eh Tan, CIG Training Session, EarthScope 2009, Boise, ID (May 12, 2009), on large scale models
- CitcomS Animations
- Two movies that visualize CitcomS results.
- Frequently Asked Questions
- FAQ for common problem in installing/using CitcomS.
- Benchmark results for CitcomS.
- CitcomS Cookbooks
- Cookbook examples of the types of geophysical problems that CitcomS solves (two excerpts from the User Manual).
- Scalability Results
- Results for CitcomS scalability on the TACC Lonestar system.
- Modified Legendre Functions
- A technical note by Shijie Zhong.
CitcomS Users Map
Shows location of all users who downloaded CitcomS in the past year (image updated daily).
To identify known issues, report bugs, request help, or provide feedback or suggestions: