Glyph Version 7.22.2 Mode Types - - - EllipticSolver |
## pw:: EllipticSolverThe elliptic solver mode type ## Derives Frompw::Object pw::Mode pw::Solver ## NotesTo create a mode of this type, use the pw::Application.begin command with the mode set solver [pw::Application begin EllipticSolver $entities] Summary
## run
This action runs the extrusion solver. ## Parameters
## ReturnsThis action returns nothing. ## InformationThis command supports progress updates. Unlike most commands that support progress updates, if the user aborts this command, instead of reverting to the previous state the entities being solved will be left as is. ## ExampleCode $solver run Initialize ;# rebuild interior points See also pw.Solver ## getActiveSubGrids
This action gets the active subgrids in the solver for a given entity. ## Parameters
## ReturnsThis action returns a list of pw::DomainSubGrid or pw::BlockSubGrid objects depending on the type of the given entity. If the list returned is empty, it means that the solver will run over the entire entity. ## setActiveSubGrids
This action sets the active subgrids in the solver for a given entity. ## Parameters
## ReturnsThis action returns nothing. |

This action runs the extrusion solver.

$solver run ?-entities ents? ?Initialize | steps?

This action projects the domains in the solver to the databases.

$solver project

This action gets the active subgrids in the solver for a given entity.

$solver getActiveSubGrids entity

This action sets the active subgrids in the solver for a given entity.

$solver setActiveSubGrids entity ?subgrids?

Base type for all glyph types

The mode base type

The solver mode type

This action begins a mode in the application.

pw::Application begin ?-mode_specific_flags? mode ?entities?

A string is an array of characters.

An integer is a whole number.

A structured domain is a computationally orthogonal surface grid bounded by exactly four edges, any of which can be degenerate in the zero dimension (pole).

A structured block is a computationally orthogonal volume grid, bounded by exactly six pw::FaceStructured faces, any of which can be degenerate in one (line) or zero (pole) dimensions.

A domain sub-grid is a computationally orthogonal, continuous subset of a pw::DomainStructured domain.

A block sub-grid is a computationally orthogonal, continuous subset of a pw::BlockStructured block.