Interactive NGSolve Tutorial¶
What are the i-tutorials ?¶
The i-tutorials are interactive tutorials to NGS-Py, the Python front-end to NGSolve. The i-tutorials are Jupyter notebooks which allow you to explore the features of NGS-Py.
The i-tutorials have been setup for the 2017 NGSolve user meeting. The authors of the sections are Jay Gopalakrishnan (Getting Started), Joachim Schöberl (Advanced Topics), Christoph Lehrenfeld (Time-dependent and non-linear problems), Christoph Wintersteiger (Geometric modeling and mesh generation). Big thanks to Matthias Hochsteger for integrating the Netgen-GUI into Jupyter.
Copyright: The i-tutorials are a part of NGSolve and are covered by the LGPL open source license. You may extend and modify them for your use, but you have to refer to the original source.
To work through the i-tutorials, you first have to install
- Netgen/NGSolve, see http://www.ngsolve.org/downloads
- Jupyter from http://www.jupyter.org. You can use the pip package manager: "pip3 install jupyter"
- download and unpack the i-tutorials from here.
Some of the tutorials require packages from scipy and matplotlib, so it is a good idea to install them as well:
- pip3 install scipy
- pip3 install matplotlib
You start with the interactive tutorial by opening a terminal, go to the main folder containing the i-tutorials, and start
1. Getting started¶
2. Advanced Topics¶
- 2.1.1 Preconditioners in NGSolve
- 2.1.2 Building blocks for programming preconditioners
- 2.1.3 Element-wise BDDC Preconditioner
- 2.2 Eigenvalue problems
- 2.3 \(H(curl)\) and \(H(div)\) function spaces
- 2.4 Maxwell’s Equations
- 2.5 Mixed formulation for second order equations
- 2.6 Stokes equation
- 2.7 Facet spaces and hybrid methods
- 2.8 Discontinuous Galerkin Methods
- 2.9 Fourth order equations