This tutorial is the advanced version of the “partitioned heat conduction” tutorial, showcasing more advanced features and geometries.
Updated 17 Jun 24

Setup

This case is an advanced version of partitioned-heat-conduction. Some advanced features offered by this case:

  • Geometries may be chosen arbitrarily. One possibility is to use a circle and a rectangular plate with a hole, but you can also provide your own geometry, if you want.
  • You may combine arbitrary mesh resolutions at the coupling interface.
  • Nearest projection mapping is used.
  • The Dirichlet and Neumann participants may be swapped arbitrarily.
  • The exchanged temperature is still scalar valued, but the heat flux is vector valued.
  • You can decide to use a time dependent heat flux and right-hand side to make the problem more challenging.

Configuration

preCICE configuration (image generated using the precice-config-visualizer):

preCICE configuration visualization

Available solvers and dependencies

See partitioned-heat-conduction, only fenics is provided as a solver.

Running the simulation

See partitioned-heat-conduction. The additional featured mentioned above can be activated via command line arguments. Please run python3 solver-fenics/heat.py --help for a full list of provided arguments.