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aspect::MaterialModel::MaterialUtilities Namespace Reference

Classes

struct  DruckerPragerInputs
 
struct  DruckerPragerOutputs
 

Enumerations

enum  CompositionalAveragingOperation { harmonic, arithmetic, geometric, maximum_composition }
 

Functions

std::vector< double > compute_volume_fractions (const std::vector< double > &compositional_fields, const ComponentMask &field_mask=ComponentMask())
 
CompositionalAveragingOperation parse_compositional_averaging_operation (const std::string &parameter_name, const ParameterHandler &prm)
 
double average_value (const std::vector< double > &volume_fractions, const std::vector< double > &parameter_values, const CompositionalAveragingOperation &average_type)
 
template<int dim>
void compute_drucker_prager_yielding (const DruckerPragerInputs &in, DruckerPragerOutputs &out)
 

Detailed Description

A namespace in which we define utility functions that might be used in many different places in the material model to prevent code duplication.

Enumeration Type Documentation

§ CompositionalAveragingOperation

For multicomponent material models: Enumeration for selecting which averaging scheme to use when averaging the properties of different compositional fields. Select between harmonic, arithmetic, geometric, and maximum_composition. The max composition scheme simply uses the viscosity of whichever field has the highest volume fraction.

Enumerator
harmonic 
arithmetic 
geometric 
maximum_composition 

Definition at line 73 of file utilities.h.

Function Documentation

§ compute_volume_fractions()

std::vector<double> aspect::MaterialModel::MaterialUtilities::compute_volume_fractions ( const std::vector< double > &  compositional_fields,
const ComponentMask field_mask = ComponentMask() 
)

For multicomponent material models: Given a vector of of compositional fields of length N, this function returns a vector of volume fractions of length N+1, corresponding to the volume fraction of a ``background material'' as the first entry, and volume fractions for each of the input fields as the following entries. The returned vector will sum to one. If the sum of the compositional_fields is greater than one, we assume that there is no background mantle (i.e., that field value is zero). Otherwise, the difference between the sum of the compositional fields and 1.0 is assumed to be the amount of background mantle. Optionally, one can input a component mask that determines which of the compositional fields to use during the computation (e.g. because some fields contain non-volumetric quantities like strain, porosity, or trace elements). By default, all fields are included.

§ parse_compositional_averaging_operation()

CompositionalAveragingOperation aspect::MaterialModel::MaterialUtilities::parse_compositional_averaging_operation ( const std::string &  parameter_name,
const ParameterHandler prm 
)

Read the compositional averaging operation from the parameter file, using the parameter name given in parameter_name, and return the enum that corresponds to this operation.

§ average_value()

double aspect::MaterialModel::MaterialUtilities::average_value ( const std::vector< double > &  volume_fractions,
const std::vector< double > &  parameter_values,
const CompositionalAveragingOperation average_type 
)

For multicomponent material models: Material models compute output quantities such as the viscosity, the density, etc. For some models, these values depend strongly on the composition, and more than one compositional field might have nonzero values at a given quadrature point. This means that properties have to be averaged based on the fractions of each compositional field present. This function performs this type of averaging. The averaging is based on the choice in average_type. Averaging is conducted over the compositional fields given in volume_fractions. This means that volume_fractions and parameter_values have to have the same size, which would typically be the number of compositional fields used in the simulation (with the potential addition of a background field, in case the composition does not add up to 1). However, one might not want to average over all fields, as in some cases compositional fields do not represent a rock type, but other tracked quantities like the finite strain, so the implementation is independent of the number of entries in volume_fractions.

§ compute_drucker_prager_yielding()

template<int dim>
void aspect::MaterialModel::MaterialUtilities::compute_drucker_prager_yielding ( const DruckerPragerInputs in,
DruckerPragerOutputs out 
)

For material models with plasticity: Function to compute the material properties in out given the inputs in in according to the the Drucker-Prager yield criterion.