# Problem Type Parameters¶

`ProblemType`

(external)- This integer specifies the type of problem to be run. Its value causes the correct problem initializer to be called to set up the grid, and also may trigger certain boundary conditions or other problem-dependent routines to be called. The possible values are listed below. Default: none.

For other problem-specific parameters follow the links below. The problems
marked with “hydro_rk” originate from the MUSCL solver package in the enzo installation directory
`src/enzo/hydro_rk`

. For the 4xx radiation hydrodynamics problem types, see
the user guides in the installation directory `doc/implicit_fld`

and `doc/split_fld`

.

## Shock Tube (1: unigrid and AMR)¶

Riemann problem or arbitrary discontinuity breakup problem. The discontinuity initially separates two arbitrary constant states: Left and Right. Default values correspond to the so called Sod Shock Tube setup (test 1.1). A table below contains a series of recommended 1D tests for hydrodynamic method, specifically designed to test the performance of the Riemann solver, the treatment of shock waves, contact discontinuities, and rarefaction waves in a variety of situations (Toro 1999, p. 129).

It is also possible to set up a second discontinuity, creating three initial regions, rather than the two regions of the original Sod Shock Tube.

Test LeftDensity LeftVelocity LeftPressure RightDensity RightVelocity RightPressure 1.1 1.0 0.0 1.0 0.125 0.0 0.1 1.2 1.0 -2.0 0.4 1.0 2.0 0.4 1.3 1.0 0.0 1000.0 1.0 0.0 0.01 1.4 1.0 0.0 0.01 1.0 0.0 100.0 1.5 5.99924 19.5975 460.894 5.99242 -6.19633 46.0950

`HydroShockTubesInitialDiscontinuity`

(external)- The position of the initial discontinuity. Default: 0.5
`HydroShockTubesSecondDiscontinuity`

(external)- The position of the second discontinuity, if a second discontinuity is desired. Default: FLOAT_UNDEFINED, i.e. no second discontinuity.
`HydroShockTubesLeftDensity`

,`HydroShockTubesRightDensity`

,`HydroShockTubesCenterDensity`

(external)- The initial gas density to the left and right of the discontinuity, and between the discontinuities if a second discontinuity has been specified with HydroShockTubesSecondDiscontinuity. Default: 1.0 for each value.
`HydroShockTubesLeftPressure`

,`HydroShockTubesRightPressure`

,`HydroShockTubesCenterPressure`

(external)- The initial gas density to the left and right of the discontinuity, and between the discontinuities if a second discontinuity has been specified with HydroShockTubesSecondDiscontinuity. Default: 1.0 for each of the left, right, and center regions.
`HydroShockTubesLeftVelocityX`

,`HydroShockTubesLeftVelocityY`

,`HydroShockTubesLeftVelocityZ`

(external)- The initial gas velocity, in the x-, y-, and z-directions to the left of the discontinuity. Default: 0.0 for all directions.
`HydroShockTubesRightVelocityX`

,`HydroShockTubesRightVelocityY`

,`HydroShockTubesRightVelocityZ`

(external)- The initial gas velocity, in the x-, y-, and z-directions to the right of the discontinuity. Default: 0.0 for all directions.
`HydroShockTubesCenterVelocityX`

,`HydroShockTubesCenterVelocityY`

,`HydroShockTubesCenterVelocityZ`

(external)- The initial gas velocity, in the x-, y-, and z-directions between the discontinuities, used if a second discontinuity has been specified with HydroShockTubesSecondDiscontinuity. Default: 1.0 for all directions.

## Wave Pool (2)¶

Wave Pool sets up a simulation with a 1D sinusoidal wave entering from the left boundary. The initial active region is uniform and the wave is entered via inflow boundary conditions.

`WavePoolAmplitude`

(external)- The amplitude of the wave. Default: 0.01 - a linear wave.
`WavePoolAngle`

(external)- Direction of wave propagation with respect to x-axis. Default: 0.0
`WavePoolDensity`

(external)- Uniform gas density in the pool. Default: 1.0
`WavePoolNumberOfWaves`

(external)- The test initialization will work for one wave only. Default: 1
`WavePoolPressure`

(external)- Uniform gas pressure in the pool. Default: 1.0
`WavePoolSubgridLeft`

,`WavePoolSubgridRight`

(external)- Start and end positions of the subgrid. Default: 0.0 and 0.0 (no subgrids)
`WavePoolVelocity1(2,3)`

(external)- x-,y-, and z-velocities. Default: 0.0 (for all)
`WavePoolWavelength`

(external)- The wavelength. Default: 0.1 (one-tenth of the box)

## Shock Pool (3: unigrid 2D, AMR 2D and unigrid 3D)¶

The Shock Pool test sets up a system which introduces a shock from the left boundary. The initial active region is uniform, and the shock wave enters via inflow boundary conditions. 2D and 3D versions available. (D. Mihalas & B.W. Mihalas, Foundations of Radiation Hydrodynamics, 1984, p. 236, eq. 56-40.)

`ShockPoolAngle`

(external)- Direction of the shock wave propagation with respect to x-axis. Default: 0.0
`ShockPoolDensity`

(external)- Uniform gas density in the preshock region. Default: 1.0
`ShockPoolPressure`

(external)- Uniform gas pressure in the preshock region. Default: 1.0
`ShockPoolMachNumber`

(external)- The ratio of the shock velocity and the preshock sound speed. Default: 2.0
`ShockPoolSubgridLeft`

,`ShockPoolSubgridRight`

(external)- Start and end positions of the subgrid. Default: 0.0 and 0.0 (no subgrids)
`ShockPoolVelocity1(2,3)`

(external)- Preshock gas velocity (the Mach number definition above assumes a zero velocity in the laboratory reference frame. Default: 0.0 (for all components)

## Double Mach Reflection (4)¶

A test for double Mach reflection of a strong shock (Woodward & Colella 1984). Most of the parameters are “hardwired”: d0 = 8.0, e0 = 291.25, u0 = 8.25*sqrt(3.0)/2.0, v0 = -8.25*0.5, w0 = 0.0

`DoubleMachSubgridLeft`

(external)- Start position of the subgrid. Default: 0.0
`DoubleMachSubgridRight`

(external)- End positions of the subgrid. Default: 0.0

## Shock in a Box (5)¶

A stationary shock front in a static 3D subgrid (Anninos et al. 1994). Initialization is done as in the Shock Tube test.

`ShockInABoxBoundary`

(external)- Position of the shock. Default: 0.5
`ShockInABoxLeftDensity`

,`ShockInABoxRightDensity`

(external)- Densities to the right and to the left of the shock front. Default:
`dL=1.0`

and`dR = dL*((Gamma+1)*m^2)/((Gamma-1)*m^2 + 2)`

, where`m=2.0`

and`speed=0.9*sqrt(Gamma*pL/dL)*m`

. `ShockInABoxLeftVelocity`

,`ShockInABoxRightVelocity`

(external)- Velocities to the right and to the left of the shock front.
Default:
`vL=shockspeed`

and`vR=shockspeed-m*sqrt(Gamma*pL/dL)*(1-dL/dR)`

, where`m=2.0`

,`shockspeed=0.9*sqrt(Gamma*pL/dL)*m`

. `ShockInABoxLeftPressure`

,`ShockInABoxRightPressure`

(external)- Pressures to the Right and to the Left of the shock front. Default: pL=1.0 and pR=pL*(2.0*Gamma*m^2 - (Gamma-1))/(Gamma+1), where m=2.0.
`ShockInABoxSubgridLeft`

,`ShockInABoxSubgridRight`

(external)- Start and end positions of the subgrid. Default: 0.0 (for both)

## Implosion (6)¶

The implosion test sets up a converging shock problem in a square domain (x,y) in (0, 0.3)x(0, 0.3) with gas initially at rest. Initial pressure and density is 1 everywhere except for a triangular region (0.15,0)(0.15,0) where d=0.125 and p=0.14. Reflecting boundary conditions at all boundaries. Adiabatic index gamma=1.4.

If AMR is used, a hierarchy of subgrids (one per level) will be generated at start-up to properly resolve the initial discontinuity.

- REFERENCE: Hui Li and Z. Li, JCP 153, 596, 1999.
- Chang et al. JCP 160, 89, 1999.

`ImplosionDensity`

(external)- Initial density. Default: 1.0
`ImplosionPressure`

(external)- Initial pressure. Default: 1.0
`ImplosionDimaondDensity`

(external)- Initial density within diamond. Default: 0.125
`ImplosionDimaondPressure`

(external)- Initial pressure within diamond. Default: 0.14
`ImplosionSubgridLeft`

,`ImplosionSubgridRight`

(external)- Start and position of the subgrid. Default: 0.0 (for both)

## Sedov Blast (7)¶

Self-similar solution: L.I. Sedov (1946); see also: Sedov (1959), Similarity and Dimensional Methods in Mechanics, pp. 210, 219, 228; see also: Landau & Lifshitz, Fluid Dynamics, Sect. 99 “The Propagation of Strong Shock Waves” (1959). Experiments, terrestrial/numerical: Taylor (1941, 1949).

`SedovBlastFullBox`

(external)- Full box or one quadrant. Default: 0
`SedovBlastType`

(external)- 2D. Default: 0
`SedovBlastInitialTime`

(external)- Initial time. Default: 0
`SedovBlastDensity`

(external)- Initial density. Default: 1.0
`SedovBlastPressure`

(external)- Initial pressure. Default: 1e-5
`SedovBlastInputEnergy`

(external)- Energy input into system. Default: 1.0
`SedovBlastEnergyZones`

(external)- Default: 3.5
`SedovBlastSubGridLeft`

,`SedovBlastSubGridRight`

(external)- Start and end position of the subgrid. Default: 0.0 (for both)

## Kelvin-Helmholtz Instability (8)¶

This problem sets up a 2D box with periodic boundary conditions containing two fluids (inner fluid and outer fluid). The inner fluid has a positive velocity and the outer fluid has a negative velocity with a difference of

`KHVelocityJump`

. The two fluids typically have different densities. The result is the build up of KH instabilities along the interface between the two fluids.Setting

`KHRamp`

to 0, creates the standard KH test problem where there is a discontinuous jump between the two fluids in x-velocity and density. Random perturbations in y-velocity are the seeds to the KH instability resulting in growth of multiple modes of the KHI.Setting

`KHRamp`

to 1 modifies the ICs so that there is a smooth ramp connecting the two fluids in x-velocity and density of width`KHRampWidth`

. A sinusoidal perturbation in y-velocity is the seed to the KH instability resulting in only growth of k=2 modes. These results converge in behavior as resolution is increased, whereas the standard ICs do not. The ramped ICs are based on Robertson, Kravtsov, Gnedin, Abel & Rudd 2010, but that work has a typo in the ramp equation, and this implementation matches Robertson’s actual ICs.

`KHInnerDensity`

,`KHOuterDensity`

(external)- Initial density. Default: 2.0 (inner) and 1.0 (outer)
`KHInnerPressure`

,`KHOuterPressure`

(external)- Initial pressure. Default: 2.5 (for both)
`KHBulkVelocity`

(external)- The bulk velocity of both fluids relative to the grid. Default: 0.0
`KHVelocityJump`

(external)- The difference in velocity between the outer fluid and the inner fluid. Inner fluid will have half this value and move to the right (positive), whereas outer fluid will have have this value and move to the left (negative). Total fluid velocities will combine this jump with KHBulkVelocity. Default: 1.0
`KHPerturbationAmplitude`

(external)- Default: 0.1
`KHRamp`

(external)- Whether to use ramped ICs or not. Default: 1
`KHRampWidth`

(external)- The width in y-space of the transition ramp. Default: 0.05
`KHRandomSeed`

(external)- The seed for the Mersennes random number generator. This is only used in the case of the KHRamp=0 ICs. By using the same seed from one run to the next, one can reproduce previous behavior with identical parameter files. Default: 123456789

## 2D/3D Noh Problem (9)¶

Liska & Wendroff, 2003, SIAM J. Sci. Comput. 25, 995, Section 4.5, Fig. 4.4.

`NohProblemFullBox`

(external)- Default: 0
`NohSubgridLeft`

,`NohSubgridRight`

(external)- Start and end positon of the subgrid. Default: 0.0 (for both)

## Rotating Cylinder (10)¶

A test for the angular momentum conservation of a collapsing cylinder of gas in an AMR simulation. Written by Brian O’Shea (oshea@msu.edu).

`RotatingCylinderOverdensity`

(external)- Density of the rotating cylinder with respect to the background. Default: 20.0
`RotatingCylinderSubgridLeft`

,`RotatingCylinderSubgridRight`

(external)- This pair of floating point numbers creates a subgrid region at the
beginning of the simulation that will be refined to
`MaximumRefinementLevel`

. It should probably encompass the whole cylinder. Positions are in units of the box, and it always creates a cube. No default value (meaning off). `RotatingCylinderLambda`

(external)- Angular momentum of the cylinder as a dimensionless quantity. This is identical to the angular momentum parameter lambda that is commonly used to describe cosmological halos. A value of 0.0 is non-rotating, and 1.0 means that the gas is already approximately rotating at the Keplerian value. Default: 0.05
`RotatingCylinderTotalEnergy`

(external)- Sets the default gas energy of the ambient medium, in Enzo internal units. Default: 1.0
`RotatingCylinderRadius`

(external)- Radius of the rotating cylinder in units of the box size. Note that the height of the cylinder is equal to the diameter. Default: 0.3
`RotatingCylinderCenterPosition`

(external)- Position of the center of the cylinder as a vector of floats. Default: (0.5, 0.5, 0.5)

## Radiating Shock (11)¶

This is a test problem similar to the Sedov test problem documented elsewhere, but with radiative cooling turned on (and the ability to use`MultiSpecies`

and all other forms of cooling). The main difference is that there are quite a few extras thrown in, including the ability to initialize with random density fluctuations outside of the explosion region, use a Sedov blast wave instead of just thermal energy, and some other goodies (as documented below).

`RadiatingShockInnerDensity`

(external)- Density inside the energy deposition area (Enzo internal units). Default: 1.0
`RadiatingShockOuterDensity`

(external)- Density outside the energy deposition area (Enzo internal units). Default: 1.0
`RadiatingShockPressure`

(external)- Pressure outside the energy deposition area (Enzo internal units). Default: 1.0e-5
`RadiatingShockEnergy`

(external)- Total energy deposited (in units of 1e51 ergs). Default: 1.0
`RadiatingShockSubgridLeft`

,`RadiatingShockSubgridRight`

(external)- Pair of floats that defines the edges of the region where the initial conditions are refined to MaximumRefinementLevel. No default value.
`RadiatingShockUseDensityFluctuation`

(external)- Initialize external medium with random density fluctuations. Default: 0
`RadiatingShockRandomSeed`

(external)- Seed for random number geneator (currently using Mersenne Twister). Default: 123456789
`RadiatingShockDensityFluctuationLevel`

(external)- Maximum fractional fluctuation in the density level. Default: 0.1
`RadiatingShockInitializeWithKE`

(external)- Initializes the simulation with some initial kinetic energy if
turned on (0 - off, 1 - on). Whether this is a simple sawtooth or a
Sedov profile is controlled by the parameter
`RadiatingShockUseSedovProfile`

. Default: 0 `RadiatingShockUseSedovProfile`

(external)- If set to 1, initializes simulation with a Sedov blast wave profile (thermal and kinetic energy components). If this is set to 1, it overrides all other kinetic energy-related parameters. Default: 0
`RadiatingShockSedovBlastRadius`

(external)- Maximum radius of the Sedov blast, in units of the box size. Default: 0.05
`RadiatingShockKineticEnergyFraction`

(external)- Fraction of the total supernova energy that is deposited as kinetic
energy. This only is used if
`RadiatingShockInitializeWithKE`

is set to 1. Default: 0.0 `RadiatingShockCenterPosition`

(external)- Vector of floats that defines the center of the explosion. Default: (0.5, 0.5, 0.5)
`RadiatingShockSpreadOverNumZones`

(external)- Number of cells that the shock is spread over. This corresponds to a radius of approximately N * dx, where N is the number of cells and dx is the resolution of the highest level of refinement. This does not have to be an integer value. Default: 3.5

## Free Expansion (12)¶

This test sets up a blast wave in the free expansion stage. There is only kinetic energy in the sphere with the radial velocity proportional to radius. If let evolve for long enough, the problem should turn into a Sedov-Taylor blast wave.

`FreeExpansionFullBox`

(external)- Set to 0 to have the blast wave start at the origin with reflecting boundaries. Set to 1 to center the problem at the domain center with periodic boundaries. Default: 0
`FreeExpansionMass`

(external)- Mass of the ejecta in the blast wave in solar masses. Default: 1
`FreeExpansionRadius`

(external)- Initial radius of the blast wave. Default: 0.1
`FreeExpansionDensity`

(external)- Ambient density of the problem. Default: 1
`FreeExpansionEnergy`

(external)- Total energy of the blast wave in ergs. Default: 1e51
`FreeExpansionMaxVelocity`

(external)- Maximum initial velocity of the blast wave (at the outer radius).
If not set, a proper value is calculated using the formula in
Draine & Woods (1991). Default:
`FLOAT_UNDEFINED`

`FreeExpansionTemperature`

(external)- Ambient temperature of the problem in K. Default: 100
`FreeExapnsionBField`

(external)- Initial uniform magnetic field. Default: 0 0 0
`FreeExpansionVelocity`

(external)- Initial velocity of the ambient medium. Default: 0 0 0
`FreeExpansionSubgridLeft`

(external)- Leftmost edge of the region to set the initial refinement. Default: 0
`FreeExpansionSubgridRight`

(external)- Rightmost edge of the region to set the initial refinement. Default: 0

## Rotating Sphere (14)¶

A test originally created to study star formation. Sets up a rotating, turbulent sphere of gas within an NFW halo. For details of the setup process, see Meece (2014).

`RotatingSphereNFWMass`

(external)- The mass of the NFW halo within R200 in solar masses. Default: 1.0e+7 M_sun
`RotatingSphereNFWConcentration`

(external)- The NFW Concentration parameter, defined as virial radius over scale radius (R200/Rs). Default: 2.0
`RotatingSphereCoreRadius`

(external)- Radius of the core region in code units. The core radius is used as the break in the density profile. Gas within the core is set up in HSE, while outside the core temperature increases adiabatically with density. Default: 16 pc
`RotatingSphereCentralDensity`

(external)- This is the scaling density for the density profile in code units. The density profile is defined as rho(r) = rho_center * (r/Rc)^-alpha * (1+r/Rc)^(alpha-beta) where rho_center is this parameters, Rc is the core radius, alpha is the core exponent (below) and beta is the outer exponent (also below). Default: 1
`RotatingSphereCoreDensityExponent`

(external)- The density scaling exponent in the core. Within the core, density approximately goes as (r/Rc)^-alpha, were alpha is this parameter. Default: 0.1
`RotatingSphereOuterDensityExponent`

(external)- The density scaling exponent in the outer regions. Outside of the core, density approximately goes as (r/Rc)^-beta, were alpha is this parameter. Default: 2.5
`RotatingSphereExteriorTemperature`

(external)- This is the temperature in K of gas outside the sphere, defined as the region where density would drop below the critical density. Default: 200.0
`RotatingSphereSpinParameter`

(external)- The Baryonic spin parameter, defined as Lambda = (J * abs(E)^(1/2)) / (G M^(5/2)), where J is the total (gas) angular momentum, E is the binding energy of the gas due to the gas and dark matter, M is the gas mas, and G is the gravitational constant. All quantities are defined relative to the edge of the sphere defined above. Default: 0.05
`RotatingSphereAngularMomentumExponent`

(external)- This is the power law index of the scaling relation for specific angular momentum as a function of mass enclosed. l scales as (M/M_T)^chi where chi is this parameter. Default: 0.9
`RotatingSphereUseTurbulence`

(external)- 0 = No Turbulence, 1 = Use Turbulence. If using turbulence, you need a file called turbulence.in, which can be generated using the file turbulence_generator.py in the RotatingSphere problem in the run directory. Default: 0
`RotatingSphereTurbulenceRMS`

(external)- The RMS velocity of the turbulence is normalized to some fraction of the virial sound speed of the halo, as determined from the virial temperature of the halo. This parameter is that fraction. If RotatingSphereUseTurbulence == 0, this parameters is ignored. Default: 0.01
`RotatingSphereRedshift`

(external)- The redshift is mainly used to determine the critical density of the universe. The problem generator assumes a cosmology with Omega_L=0.7, Omega_M = 0.3, and H0 = 70 km/s/mpc. Small variations in cosmology should not have a large effect on the properties of the sphere. Default: 20.0

## Zeldovich Pancake (20)¶

A test for gas dynamics, expansion terms and self-gravity in both linear and non-linear regimes [Bryan thesis (1996), Sect. 3.3.4-3.3.5; Norman & Bryan (1998), Sect. 4]

`ZeldovichPancakeCentralOffset`

(external)- Offset of the pancake plane. Default: 0.0 (no offset)
`ZeldovichPancakeCollapseRedshift`

(external)- A free parameter which determines the epoch of caustic formation. Default: 1.0
`ZeldovichPancakeDirection`

(external)- Orientation of the pancake. Type: integer. Default: 0 (along the x-axis)
`ZeldovichPancakeInitialTemperature`

(external)- Initial gas temperature. Units: degrees Kelvin. Default: 100
`ZeldovichPancakeOmegaBaryonNow`

(external)- Omega Baryon at redshift z=0; standard setting. Default: 1.0
`ZeldovichPancakeOmegaCDMNow`

(external)- Omega CDM at redshift z=0. Default: 0 (assumes no dark matter)

## Pressureless Collapse (21)¶

An 1D AMR test for the gravity solver and advection routines: the two-sided one-dimensional collapse of a homogeneous plane parallel cloud in Cartesian coordinates. Isolated boundary conditions. Gravitational constant G=1; free fall time 0.399. The expansion terms are not used in this test. (Bryan thesis 1996, Sect. 3.3.1).

`PressurelessCollapseDirection`

(external)- Coordinate direction. Default: 0 (along the x-axis).
`PressurelessCollapseInitialDensity`

(external)- Initial density (the fluid starts at rest). Default: 1.0

## Adiabatic Expansion (22)¶

A test for time-integration accuracy of the expansion terms (Bryan thesis 1996, Sect. 3.3.3).

`AdiabaticExpansionInitialTemperature`

(external)- Initial temperature for Adiabatic Expansion test; test example assumes 1000 K. Default: 200. Units: degrees Kelvin
`AdiabaticExpansionInitialVelocity`

(external)- Initial expansion velocity. Default: 100. Units: km/s
`AdiabaticExpansionOmegaBaryonNow`

(external)- Omega Baryon at redshift z=0; standard value 1.0. Default: 1.0
`AdiabaticExpansionOmegaCDMNow`

(external)- Omega CDM at redshift z=0; default setting assumes no dark matter. Default: 0.0

## Test Gravity (23)¶

We set up a system in which there is one grid point with mass in order to see the resulting acceleration field. If finer grids are specified, the mass is one grid point on the subgrid as well. Periodic boundary conditions are imposed (gravity).

`TestGravityDensity`

(external)- Density of the central peak. Default: 1.0
`TestGravityMotionParticleVelocity`

(external)- Initial velocity of test particle(s) in x-direction. Default: 1.0
`TestGravityNumberOfParticles`

(external)- The number of test particles of a unit mass. Default: 0
`TestGravitySubgridLeft`

,`TestGravitySubgridRight`

(external)- Start and end positions of the subgrid. Default: 0.0 and 0.0 (no subgrids)
`TestGravityUseBaryons`

(external)- Boolean switch. Type: integer. Default: 0 (FALSE)

## Spherical Infall (24)¶

A test based on Bertschinger’s (1985) 3D self-similar spherical infall solution onto an initially overdense perturbation in an Einstein-de Sitter universe.

`SphericalInfallCenter`

(external)- Coordinate(s) for the accretion center. Default: top grid center
`SphericalInfallFixedAcceleration`

(external)- Boolean flag. Type: integer. Default: 0 (FALSE)
`SphericalInfallFixedMass`

(external)- Mass used to calculate the acceleration from spherical infall
(GM/(4*pi*r^3*a)). Default: If SphericalInfallFixedMass is
undefined and
`SphericalInfallFixedAcceleration == TRUE`

, then`SphericalInfallFixedMass = SphericalInfallInitialPerturbation * TopGridVolume`

`SphericalInfallInitialPerturbation`

(external)- The perturbation of initial mass density. Default: 0.1
`SphericalInfallOmegaBaryonNow`

(external)- Omega Baryon at redshift z=0; standard setting. Default: 1.0
`SphericalInfallOmegaCDMNow`

(external)- Omega CDM at redshift z=0. Default: 0.0 (assumes no dark matter) Default: 0.0
`SphericalInfallSubgridIsStatic`

(external)- Boolean flag. Type: integer. Default: 0 (FALSE)
`SphericalInfallSubgridLeft`

,`SphericalInfallSubgridRight`

(external)- Start and end positions of the subgrid. Default: 0.0 and 0.0 (no subgrids)
`SphericalInfallUseBaryons`

(external)- Boolean flag. Type: integer. Default: 1 (TRUE)

## Test Gravity: Sphere (25)¶

Sets up a 3D spherical mass distribution and follows its evolution to test the gravity solver.

`TestGravitySphereCenter`

(external)- The position of the sphere center. Default: at the center of the domain
`TestGravitySphereExteriorDensity`

(external)- The mass density outside the sphere. Default:
`tiny_number`

`TestGravitySphereInteriorDensity`

(external)- The mass density at the sphere center. Default: 1.0
`TestGravitySphereRadius`

(external)- Radius of self-gravitating sphere. Default: 0.1
`TestGravitySphereRefineAtStart`

(external)- Boolean flag. Type: integer. Default: 0 (FALSE)
`TestGravitySphereSubgridLeft`

,`TestGravitySphereSubgridRight`

(external)- Start and end positions of the subgrid. Default: 0.0 and 0.0 (no subgrids)
`TestGravitySphereType`

(external)- Type of mass density distribution within the sphere. Options
include: (0) uniform density distrubution within the sphere radius;
(1) a power law with an index -2.0; (2) a power law with an index
-2.25 (the exact power law form is, e.g., r
^{-2.25}, where r is measured in units of`TestGravitySphereRadius`

). Default: 0 (uniform density) `TestGravitySphereUseBaryons`

(external)- Boolean flag. Type: integer . Default: 1 (TRUE)

## Gravity Equilibrium Test (26)¶

Sets up a hydrostatic exponential atmosphere with the pressure=1.0 and density=1.0 at the bottom. Assumes constant gravitational acceleration (uniform gravity field).

`GravityEquilibriumTestScaleHeight`

(external)- The scale height for the exponential atmosphere . Default: 0.1

## Collapse Test (27)¶

A self-gravity test.

`CollapseTestInitialTemperature`

(external)- Initial gas temperature. Default: 1000 K. Units: degrees Kelvin
`CollapseTestInitialFractionHII`

(external)- Initial HII fraction in the domain except for the spheres. Default: 1.2e-5
`CollapseTestInitialFractionHeII`

(external)- Initial HeII fraction in the domain except for the spheres. Default: 1e-14
`CollapseTestInitialFractionHeIII`

(external)- Initial HeIII fraction in the domain except for the spheres. Default: 1e-17
`CollapseTestInitialFractionHM`

(external)- Initial H- fraction in the domain except for the spheres. Default: 2e-9
`CollapseTestInitialFractionH2I`

(external)- Initial H2I fraction in the domain except for the spheres. Default: 2e-20
`CollapseTestInitialFractionH2II`

(external)- Initial H2II fraction in the domain except for the spheres. Default: 3e-14
`CollapseTestNumberOfSpheres`

(external)- Number of spheres to collapse; must be <=
`MAX_SPHERES=10`

(see`Grid.h`

for definition). Default: 1 `CollapseTestRefineAtStart`

(external)- Boolean flag. Type: integer. If TRUE, then initializing routine refines the grid to the desired level. Default: 1 (TRUE)
`CollapseTestUseColour`

(external)- Boolean flag. Type: integer. Default: 0 (FALSE)
`CollapseTestUseParticles`

(external)- Boolean flag. Type: integer. Default: 0 (FALSE)
`CollapseTestSphereCoreRadius`

(external)- An array of core radii for collapsing spheres. Default: 0.1 (for all spheres)
`CollapseTestSphereDensity`

(external)- An array of density values for collapsing spheres. Default: 1.0 (for all spheres)
`CollapseTestSpherePosition`

(external)- A two-dimensional array of coordinates for sphere centers. Type:
float[
`MAX_SPHERES`

][`MAX_DIMENSION`

]. Default for all spheres: 0.5*(`DomainLeftEdge[dim]`

+`DomainRightEdge[dim]`

) `CollapseTestSphereRadius`

(external)- An array of radii for collapsing spheres. Default: 1.0 (for all spheres)
`CollapseTestSphereTemperature`

(external)- An array of temperatures for collapsing spheres. Default: 1.0. Units: degrees Kelvin
`CollapseTestSphereType`

(external)- An integer array of sphere types. Default: 0
`CollapseTestSphereVelocity`

(external)- A two-dimensional array of sphere velocities. Type:
float[
`MAX_SPHERES`

][`MAX_DIMENSION`

]. Default: 0.0 `CollapseTestUniformVelocity`

(external)- Uniform velocity. Type: float[
`MAX_DIMENSION`

]. Default: 0 (for all dimensions) `CollapseTestSphereMetallicity`

(external)- Metallicity of the sphere in solar metallicity. Default: 0.
`CollapseTestFracKeplerianRot`

(external)- Rotational velocity of the sphere in units of Keplerian velocity, i.e. 1 is rotationally supported. Default: 0.
`CollapseTestSphereTurbulence`

(external)- Turbulent velocity field sampled from a Maxwellian distribution
with the temperature specified in
`CollapseTestSphereTemperature`

This parameter multiplies the turbulent velocities by its value. Default: 0. `CollapseTestSphereDispersion`

(external)- If using particles, this parameter multiplies the velocity dispersion of the particles by its value. Only valid in sphere type 8 (cosmological collapsing sphere from a uniform density). Default: 0.
`CollapseTestSphereCutOff`

(external)- At what radius to terminate a Bonner-Ebert sphere. Units? Default: 6.5
`CollapseTestSphereAng1`

(external)- Controls the initial offset (at r=0) of the rotational axis. Units in radians. Default: 0.
`CollapseTestSphereAng2`

(external)- Controls the outer offset (at
`r=SphereRadius`

of the rotational axis. In both`CollapseTestSphereAng1`

and`CollapseTestSphereAng2`

are set, the rotational axis linearly changes with radius between`CollapseTestSphereAng1`

and`CollapseTestSphereAng2`

. Units in radians. Default: 0. `CollapseTestSphereConstantPressure`

(external)- Constant pressure inside the sphere that is equal to the pressure at the outer radius. Default: 0
`CollapseTestSphereSmoothSurface`

(external)- The density interface between the ambient and sphere medium is smoothed with a hyperbolic tangent. Default: 0
`CollapseTestSmoothRadius`

(external)- The outer radius of the smoothed interface. This parameter is in units of the sphere radius. Default: 1.2
`CollapseTestSphereHIIFraction`

(external)- Initial HII fraction of the sphere. Default: 1.2e-5
`CollapseTestSphereHeIIFraction`

(external)- Initial HeII fraction of the sphere. Default: 1e-14
`CollapseTestSphereHeIIIFraction`

(external)- Initial HeIII fraction of the sphere. Default: 1e-17
`CollapseTestSphereHMFraction`

(external)- Initial H- fraction of the sphere. Default: 2e-9
`CollapseTestSphereH2IFraction`

(external)- Initial H2I fraction of the sphere. Default: 2e-20
`CollapseTestSphereH2IIFraction`

(external)- Initial H2II fraction of the sphere. Default: 3e-14
`CollapseTestSphereInitialLevel`

(external)- Failed experiment to try to force refinement to a specified level. Not working. Default: 0
`CollapseTestWind`

(external)- Boolean flag. Type: integer. This parameter decides if there is wind (inflow boundary). Default: 0 (FALSE)
`CollapseTestWindVelocity`

(external)- When using inflow boundary, this is the inflow velocity. Default: 0.

## Test Gravity Motion (28)¶

`TestGravityMotionParticleVelocity`

(external)- Initial velocity for particle. Default: 1.0

## Test Orbit (29)¶

`TestOrbitNumberOfParticles`

(external)- Number of test particles. Default: 1
`TestOrbitRadius`

(external)- Initial radius of orbit. Default: 0.2
`TestOrbitCentralMass`

(external)- Central mass. Default: 1.0
`TestOrbitTestMass`

(external)- Mass of the test particle. Default: 1.0e-6
`TestOrbitUseBaryons`

(external- Boolean flag. (not implemented) Default: FALSE

## Cosmology Simulation (30)¶

A sample cosmology simulation.

`CosmologySimulationDensityName`

(external)- This is the name of the file which contains initial data for baryon
density. Type: string. Example:
`GridDensity`

. Default: none `CosmologySimulationTotalEnergyName`

(external)- This is the name of the file which contains initial data for total energy. Default: none
`CosmologySimulationGasEnergyName`

(external)- This is the name of the file which contains initial data for gas energy. Default: none
`CosmologySimulationVelocity[123]Name`

(external)- These are the names of the files which contain initial data for gas
velocities.
`Velocity1`

- x-component;`Velocity2`

- y-component;`Velocity3`

- z-component. Default: none `CosmologySimulationParticleMassName`

(external)- This is the name of the file which contains initial data for particle masses. Default: none
`CosmologySimulationParticlePositionName`

(external)- This is the name of the file which contains initial data for particle positions. Default: none
`CosmologySimulationParticleVelocityName`

(external)- This is the name of the file which contains initial data for particle velocities. Default: none
`CosmologySimulationParticleVelocity[123]Name`

(external) This is- the name of the file which contains initial data for particle
velocities but only has one component per file. This is more
useful with very large (>=2048
^{3}) datasets. Currently one can only use this in conjunction with`CosmologySimulationCalculatePositions`

. because it expects a 3D grid structure instead of a 1D list of particles. Default: None. `CosmologySimulationCalculatePositions`

(external)- If set to 1, Enzo will calculate the particle positions in one of two ways: 1) By using a linear Zeldo’vich approximation based on the particle velocities and a displacement factor [dln(growth factor) / dtau, where tau is the conformal time], which is stored as an attribute in the initial condition files, or 2) if the user has also defined either CosmologySimulationParticleDisplacementName or CosmologySimulationParticleDisplacement[123]Name, by reading in particle displacements from an external code and applying those directly. The latter allows the use of non-linear displacements. Default: 0.
`CosmologySimulationParticleDisplacementName`

(external)- This is the name of the file which contains initial data for particle displacements. Default: none
`CosmologySimulationParticleDisplacement[123]Name`

(external) This- is the name of the file which contains initial data for particle
displacements but only has one component per file. This is more
useful with very large (>=2048
^{3}) datasets. Currently one can only use this in conjunction with`CosmologySimulationCalculatePositions`

. because it expects a 3D grid structure instead of a 1D list of particles. Default: None. `CosmologySimulationNumberOfInitialGrids`

(external)- The number of grids at startup. 1 means top grid only. If >1, then nested grids are to be defined by the following parameters. Default: 1
`CosmologySimulationSubgridsAreStatic`

(external)- Boolean flag, defines whether the subgrids introduced at the startup are static or not. Type: integer. Default: 1 (TRUE)
`CosmologySimulationGridLevel`

(external)- An array of integers setting the level(s) of nested subgrids. Max
dimension
`MAX_INITIAL_GRIDS`

is defined in`CosmologySimulationInitialize.C`

as 10. Default for all subgrids: 1, 0 - for the top grid (grid #0) `CosmologySimulationGridDimension[#]`

(external)- An array (arrays) of 3 integers setting the dimensions of nested
grids. Index starts from 1. Max number of subgrids
`MAX_INITIAL_GRIDS`

is defined in`CosmologySimulationInitialize.C`

as 10. Default: none `CosmologySimulationGridLeftEdge[#]`

(external)- An array (arrays) of 3 floats setting the left edge(s) of nested
subgrids. Index starts from 1. Max number of subgrids
`MAX_INITIAL_GRIDS`

is defined in`CosmologySimulationInitialize.C`

as 10. Default: none `CosmologySimulationGridRightEdge[#]`

(external)- An array (arrays) of 3 floats setting the right edge(s) of nested
subgrids. Index starts from 1. Max number of subgrids
`MAX_INITIAL_GRIDS`

is defined in`CosmologySimulationInitialize.C`

as 10. Default: none `CosmologySimulationUseMetallicityField`

(external)- Boolean flag. Type: integer. Default: 0 (FALSE)
`CosmologySimulationInitialFractionH2I`

(external)- The fraction of molecular hydrogen (H_2) at
`InitialRedshift`

. This and the following chemistry parameters are used if`MultiSpecies`

is defined as 1 (TRUE). Default: 2.0e-20 `CosmologySimulationInitialFractionH2II`

(external)- The fraction of singly ionized molecular hydrogen (H2+) at
`InitialRedshift`

. Default: 3.0e-14 `CosmologySimulationInitialFractionHeII`

(external)- The fraction of singly ionized helium at
`InitialRedshift`

. Default: 1.0e-14 `CosmologySimulationInitialFractionHeIII`

(external)- The fraction of doubly ionized helium at
`InitialRedshift`

. Default: 1.0e-17 `CosmologySimulationInitialFractionHII`

(external)- The fraction of ionized hydrogen at
`InitialRedshift`

. Default: 1.2e-5 `CosmologySimulationInitialFractionHM`

(external)- The fraction of negatively charged hydrogen (H-) at
`InitialRedshift`

. Default: 2.0e-9 `CosmologySimulationInitialFractionMetal`

(external)- The fraction of metals at
`InitialRedshift`

. Default: 1.0e-10 `CosmologySimulationInitialTemperature`

(external)- A uniform temperature value at
`InitialRedshift`

(needed if the initial gas energy field is not supplied). Default: 550*((1.0 +`InitialRedshift`

)/201)^{2} `CosmologySimulationOmegaBaryonNow`

(external)- This is the contribution of baryonic matter to the energy density at the current epoch (z=0), relative to the value required to marginally close the universe. Typical value 0.06. Default: 1.0
`CosmologySimulationOmegaCDMNow`

(external)- This is the contribution of CDM to the energy density at the current epoch (z=0), relative to the value required to marginally close the universe. Typical value 0.24. Default: 0.0 (no dark matter)
`CosmologySimulationManuallySetParticleMassRatio`

(external)- This binary flag (0 - off, 1 - on) allows the user to manually set the particle mass ratio in a cosmology simulation. Default: 0 (Enzo automatically sets its own particle mass)
`CosmologySimulationManualParticleMassRatio`

(external)- This manually controls the particle mass in a cosmology simulation,
when
`CosmologySimulationManuallySetParticleMassRatio`

is set to 1. In a standard Enzo simulation with equal numbers of particles and cells, the mass of a particle is set to`CosmologySimulationOmegaCDMNow`

/`CosmologySimulationOmegaMatterNow`

, or somewhere around 0.85 in a WMAP-type cosmology. When a different number of particles and cells are used (128 particles along an edge and 256 cells along an edge, for example) Enzo attempts to calculate the appropriate particle mass. This breaks down when`ParallelRootGridIO`

and/or`ParallelParticleIO`

are turned on, however, so the user must set this by hand. If you have the ratio described above (2 cells per particle along each edge of a 3D simulation) the appropriate value would be 8.0 (in other words, this should be set to (number of cells along an edge) / (number of particles along an edge) cubed. Default: 1.0.

## Isolated Galaxy Evolution (31)¶

Initializes an isolated galaxy, as per the Tasker & Bryan series of papers.

`GalaxySimulationRefineAtStart`

(external)- Controls whether or not the simulation is refined beyond the root grid at initialization. (0 - off, 1 - on). Default: 1
`GalaxySimulationInitialRefinementLevel`

(external)- Level to which the simulation is refined at initialization,
assuming
`GalaxySimulationRefineAtStart`

is set to 1. Default: 0 `GalaxySimulationSubgridLeft`

,`GalaxySimulationSubgridRight`

(external)- Vectors of floats defining the edges of the volume which is refined at start. No default value.
`GalaxySimulationUseMetallicityField`

(external)- Turns on (1) or off (0) the metallicity field. Default: 0
`GalaxySimulationInitialTemperature`

(external)- Initial temperature that the gas in the simulation is set to. Default: 1000.0
`GalaxySimulationUniformVelocity`

(external)- Vector that gives the galaxy a uniform velocity in the ambient medium. Default: (0.0, 0.0, 0.0)
`GalaxySimulationDiskRadius`

(external)- Radius (in Mpc) of the galax disk. Default: 0.2
`GalaxySimulationGalaxyMass`

(external)- Dark matter mass of the galaxy, in Msun. Needed to initialize the NFW gravitational potential. Default: 1.0e+12
`GalaxySimulationGasMass`

(external)- Amount of gas in the galaxy, in Msun. Used to initialize the density field in the galactic disk. Default: 4.0e+10
`GalaxySimulationDiskPosition`

(external)- Vector of floats defining the center of the galaxy, in units of the box size. Default: (0.5, 0.5, 0.5)
`GalaxySimulationDiskScaleHeightz`

(external)- Disk scale height, in Mpc. Default: 325e-6
`GalaxySimulationDiskScaleHeightR`

(external)- Disk scale radius, in Mpc. Default: 3500e-6
`GalaxySimulationDarkMatterConcentrationParameter`

(external)- NFW dark matter concentration parameter. Default: 12.0
`GalaxySimulationDiskTemperature`

(external)- Temperature of the gas in the galactic disk. Default: 1.0e+4
`GalaxySimulationInflowTime`

(external)- Controls inflow of gas into the box. It is strongly suggested that you leave this off. Default: -1 (off)
`GalaxySimulationInflowDensity`

(external)- Controls inflow of gas into the box. It is strongly suggested that you leave this off. Default: 0.0
`GalaxySimulationAngularMomentum`

(external)- Unit vector that defines the angular momentum vector of the galaxy (in other words, this and the center position define the plane of the galaxy). This _MUST_ be set! Default: (0.0, 0.0, 0.0)
`GalaxySimulationRPSWind`

(external)- This flag turns on the ram pressure stripped (RPS) wind in the GalaxySimulation problem and sets the mode. 0 = off, 1 = on with simple constant wind values, 2 = on with RPS values set from a file with the name ICMinflow_data.in. For the file input case, the file should consist of a set of lines with each line specifying a 6 columns consisting of time, wind density, wind temperature, wind x/y/z velocity. All units in the file are assumed to be CGS and wind values are applied at the time indicated to the corner of the box, with linear interpolation between key frames. See Salem et al. (2015) for a worked example. Default: 0
`GalaxySimulationRPSWindShockSpeed`

(external)- This is speed of the RPS driven shock (which differs from the wind velocity), to be used to determine where and when to apply the appropriate wind boundary condition on the boundary. Code units. Default: 0.0
`GalaxySimulationRPSWindDelay`

(external)- This is a delay (in code units) for the RPS wind to be applied (for example to give time for the galaxy to relax). Default: 0.0
`GalaxySimulationRPSWindDensity`

(external)- For case 1, this is the density of the RPS wind, in code units. Default: 1.0
`GalaxySimulationRPSWindtotalEnergy`

(external)- For case 1, this is the total energy of the RPS wind, in code units. Default: 1.0
`GalaxySimulationRPSWindPressure`

(external)- For case 1, this is the pressutre of the RPS wind (unused). Default: 1.0
`GalaxySimulationRPSWindVelocity`

(external)- For case 1, This is the wind velocity (code units) Default: 0 0 0
`GalaxySimulationRPSWindPreWindDensity`

(external)- This is the density applied to the boundary before the wind arrives. Default: 1.0
`GalaxySimulationRPSWindPreWindTotalEnergy`

(external)- This is the total energy applied to the boundary before the wind arrives. Default: 1.0
`GalaxySimulationRPSWindPreWindVelocity`

(external)- This is the velocity vector applied to the boundary before the wind arrives. Default:

## Shearing Box Simulation (35)¶

`ShearingBoxProblemType`

(external)- Value of 0 starts a sphere advection through the shearing box test. Value of 1 starts a standard Balbus & Hawley shearing box simulation. Default: 0
`ShearingBoxRefineAtStart`

(external)- Refine the simulation at start. Default: 1.0
`ThermalMagneticRatio`

(external)- Plasma beta (Pressure/Magnetic Field Energy) Default: 400.0
`FluctuationAmplitudeFraction`

(external)- The magnitude of the sinusoidal velocity perturbations as a fraction of the angular velocity. Default: 0.1
`ShearingBoxGeometry`

(external)- Defines the radius of the sphere for
`ShearingBoxProblemType`

= 0, and the frequency of the velocity fluctuations (in units of 2pi) for`ShearingBoxProblemType`

= 1. Default: 2.0

## Supernova Restart Simulation (40)¶

All of the supernova parameters are to be put into a restart dump parameter file. Note that ProblemType must be reset to 40, otherwise these are ignored.

`SupernovaRestartEjectaCenter[#]`

(external)- Input is a trio of coordinates in code units where the supernova’s
energy and mass ejecta will be centered. Default:
`FLOAT_UNDEFINED`

`SupernovaRestartEjectaEnergy`

(external)- The amount of energy instantaneously output in the simulated supernova, in units of 1e51 ergs. Default: 1.0
`SupernovaRestartEjectaMass`

(external)- The mass of ejecta in the supernova, in units of solar masses. Default: 1.0
`SupernovaRestartEjectaRadius`

(external)- The radius over which the above two parameters are spread. This is important because if it’s too small the timesteps basically go to zero and the simulation takes forever, but if it’s too big then you loose information. Units are parsecs. Default: 1.0 pc
`SupernovaRestartName`

(external)- This is the name of the restart data dump that the supernova problem is initializing from.
`SupernovaRestartColourField`

- Reserved for future use.

## Photon Test (50)¶

This test problem is modeled after Collapse Test (27), and thus borrows all of its parameters that control the setup of spheres. Replace CollapseTest with PhotonTest in the sphere parameters, and it will be recognized. However there are parameters that control radiation sources, which makes this problem unique from collapse test. The radiation sources are fixed in space.

`PhotonTestNumberOfSources`

(external)- Sets the number of radiation sources. Default: 1.
`PhotonTestSourceType`

(external)- Sets the source type. No different types at the moment. Default: 0.
`PhotonTestSourcePosition`

(external)- Sets the source position. Default: 0.5*(
`DomainLeftEdge`

+`DomainRightEdge`

) `PhotonTestSourceLuminosity`

(external)- Sets the source luminosity in units of photons per seconds. Default: 0.
`PhotonTestSourceLifeTime`

(external)- Sets the lifetime of the source in units of code time. Default: 0.
`PhotonTestSourceRampTime`

(external)- If non-zero, the source will exponentially increase its luminosity until it reaches the full luminosity when the age of the source equals this parameter. Default: 0.
`PhotonTestSourceEnergyBins`

(external)- Sets the number of energy bins in which the photons are emitted from the source. Default: 4.
`PhotonTestSourceSED`

(external)- An array with the fractional luminosity in each energy bin. The sum of this array must equal to one. Default: 1 0 0 0
`PhotonTestSourceEnergy`

(external)- An array with the mean energy in each energy bin. Units are in eV. Default: 14.6 25.6 56.4 12.0 (i.e. HI ionizing, HeI ionizing, HeII ionizing, Lyman-Werner)
`PhotonTestSourceType`

(external)- Indicates what radiation type (1 = isotropic, -2 = Beamed, -3 = Episodic). Default: 0
`PhotonTestSourceOrientation`

(external)- Normal direction in Cartesian axes of beamed radiation (type = -2). Default = 0 0 1
`PhotonTestInitialFractionHII`

(external)- Sets the initial ionized fraction of hydrogen. Default: 1.2e-5
`PhotonTestInitialFractionHeII`

(external)- Sets the initial singly-ionized fraction of helium. Default: 1e-14
`PhotonTestInitialFractionHeIII`

(external)- Sets the initial doubly-ionized fraction of helium. Default: 1e-17
`PhotonTestInitialFractionHM`

(external)- Sets the initial fraction of H
^{-}. Default: 2e-9 `PhotonTestInitialFractionH2I`

(external)- Sets the initial neutral fraction of H2. Default: 2e-20
`PhotonTestInitialFractionH2II`

(external)- Sets the initial ionized fraction of H2. Default: 3e-14
`PhotonTestOmegaBaryonNow`

(obsolete)- Default: 0.05.
`PhotonTestDensityFilename`

(external)- Filename of an external density field in HDF5 format. The file should only have one dataset. Default: (undefined)
`PhotonTestHIIFractionFilename`

(external)- Filename of an external HII fraction field in its own HDF5 format. The file should only have one dataset. Default: (undefined)
`PhotonTestHeIIFractionFilename`

(external)- Filename of an external HeII fraction field in its own HDF5 format. The file should only have one dataset. Default: (undefined)
`PhotonTestHeIIIFractionFilename`

(external)- Filename of an external HeIII fraction field in its own HDF5 format. The file should only have one dataset. Default: (undefined)
`PhotonTestTemperatureFilename`

(external)- Filename of an external temperature field in its own HDF5 format. The file should only have one dataset. Default: (undefined)

## Turbulence Simulation with Stochastic Forcing (59)¶

Typical quasi-isothermal “turbulence-in-a-box” problem with non-static driving field. For details on stochastic forcing, see Schmidt et al. 2009 A&A 494, 127-145 http://dx.doi.org/10.1051/0004-6361:200809967

3D simulations with MUSCL hydro and MHD solver are tested. PPM, ZEUS and MHDCT unsupported at this time.

Remember that in addition to the problem specific parameters below UseDrivingField = 1 has to be turned on!

`DrivenFlowProfile`

(external)- Shape of forcing power spectrum (1: delta peak, 2: band, 3: parabolic window).
`DrivenFlowAlpha`

(external)- Ratio of domain length to integral length for each dimension (L = X/alpha).
`DrivenFlowBandWidth`

(external)- Determines band width of the forcing spectrum relative to alpha (maximal value = 1).
`DrivenFlowMach`

(external)- Characteristic velocity scale for each dimension (charcteristic force per unit mass F = V*V/L).
`DrivenFlowAutoCorrl`

(external)- Determines autocorrelation time of the stochastic force in units of the integral time scale T = L/V.
`DrivenFlowWeight`

(external)- Determines weight of solenoidal relative to dilatational modes (1 = purely solenoidal, 0 = purely dilatational).
`DrivenFlowSeed`

(external)- Seed of random number generator.
`DrivenFlowDensity`

(external)- Initial uniform density.
`DrivenFlowPressure`

(external)- Initial uniform pressure.
`DrivenFlowMagField`

(external)- Initial uniform magnetic field (x-direction)

## Turbulence Simulation (60)¶

Quasi-isothermal forced turbulence.

`TurbulenceSimulationsDensityName`

(external)

`TurbulenceSimulationTotalEnergyName`

(external)

`TurbulenceSimulationGasPressureName`

(external)

`TurbulenceSimulationGasEnergyName`

(external)

`TurbulenceSimulationVelocityName`

(external)

`TurbulenceSimulationRandomForcingName`

(external)

`TurbulenceSimulationMagneticName`

(external)

`TurbulenceSimulationInitialTemperature`

(external)

`TurbulenceSimulationInitialDensity`

(external)

`TurbulenceSimulationSoundSpeed`

(external)

`TurbulenceSimulationInitialPressure`

(external)

`TurbulenceSimulationInitialDensityPerturbationAmplitude`

(external)

`TurbulenceSimulationNumberOfInitialGrids`

(external)- Default: 1
`TurbulenceSimulationSubgridsAreStatic`

(external)- Boolean flag. Default: 1
`TurbulenceSimulationGridLeftEdge[]`

(external)- TBD
`TurbulenceSimulationGridRightEdge[]`

(external)- TBD
`TurbulenceSimulationGridDimension[]`

(external)- TBD
`TurbulenceSimulationGridLevel[]`

(external)- TBD
`TurbulenceSimulationInitialMagneticField[i]`

(external)- Initial magnetic field strength in the ith direction. Default: 5.0 (all)
`RandomForcing`

(external)- This parameter is used to add random forcing field to create turbulence; see Mac Low 1999, ApJ 524, 169. Default: 0
`RandomForcingEdot`

(external)- This parameter is used to define the value of such field; see TurbulenceSimulationInitialize.C and ComputeRandomForcingNormalization.C. Default: -1.0
`RandomForcingMachNumber`

(external)- This parameter is used to define the value of such field; see Grid_TurbulenceSimulationInitialize.C and Grid_ComputeRandomForcingFields.C. Default: 0.0
`CycleSkipGlobalDataDump`

(external)- Cycles to skip before global data (defined in ComputeRandomForcingNormalization.C) is dumped.

## Protostellar Collapse (61)¶

Bate 1998, ApJL 508, L95-L98

`ProtostellarCollapseCoreRadius`

(external)- Radius of the core. Default: 0.005
`ProtostellarCollapseOuterDensity`

(external)- Initial density. Default: 1.0
`ProtostellarCollapseAngularVelocity`

(external)- Initial angular velocity. Default: 0
`ProtostellarCollapseSubgridLeft`

,`ProtostellarCollapseSubgridRight`

(external)- Start and end position of subgrid. Default: 0 (for both)

## Cooling Test (62)¶

This test problem sets up a 3D grid varying smoothly in log-space in H number density (x dimension), metallicity (y-dimension), and temperature (z-dimension). The hydro solver is turned off. By varying the`RadiativeCooling`

and`CoolingTestResetEnergies`

parameters, two different cooling tests can be run. 1) Keep temperature constant, but iterate chemistry to allow species to converge. This will allow you to make plots of Cooling rate vs. T. For this, set`RadiativeCooling`

to 0 and`CoolingTestResetEnergies`

to 1. 2) Allow gas to cool, allowing one to plot Temperature vs. time. For this, set`RadiativeCooling`

to 1 and`CoolingTestResetEnergies`

to 0.

`CoolingTestMinimumHNumberDensity`

(external)- The minimum density in code units at x=0. Default: 1
[cm
^{-3}]. `CoolingTestMaximumHNumberDensity`

(external)- The maximum density in code units at
x=``DomainRightEdge[0]``. Default: 1e6
[cm
^{-3}]. `CoolingTestMinimumMetallicity`

(external)- The minimum metallicity at y=0. Default: 1e-6 [Z
_{sun}]. `CoolingTestMaximumMetallicity`

(external)- The maximum metallicity at
y=``DomainRightEdge[1]``. Default: 1
[Z
_{sun}]. `CoolingTestMinimumTemperature`

(external)- The minimum temperature in Kelvin at z=0. Default: 10.0 [K].
`CoolingTestMaximumTemperature`

(external)- The maximum temperature in Kelvin at z=``DomainRightEdge[2]``. Default: 1e7 [K].
`CoolingTestResetEnergies`

(external)- An integer flag (0 or 1) to determine whether the grid energies should be continually reset after every iteration of the chemistry solver such that the temperature remains constant as the mean molecular weight varies slightly. Default: 1.

## 3D Collapse Test (101)¶

`NumberOfSpheres`

(external)
`RefineAtStart`

`UseParticles`

`MediumDensity`

`MediumPressure`

`UniformVelocity`

`SphereType[]`

`SphereRadius[]`

`SphereCoreRadius[]`

`SphereDensity[]`

`SpherePressure[]`

`SphereSoundVelocity[]`

`SpherePosition[]`

`SphereVelocity[]`

`SphereAngVel[]`

`SphereTurbulence[]`

`SphereCutOff[]`

`SphereAng1[]`

`SphereAng2[]`

`SphereNumShells[]`

## 1D Spherical Collapse Test (102)¶

`RefineAtStart`

(external)- Boolean flag. Default: TRUE
`UseParticles`

(external)- Boolean flag. Default: False
`MediumDensity`

(external)- Initial density of the medium. Default: 1.0
`MediumPressure`

(external)- Initial pressure of the medium. Default: 1.0
`SphereType`

(external)- Default: 0
`SphereRadius`

(external)- Radius of the sphere. Default: 1.0
`SphereCoreRadius`

(external)- Radius of the core. Default: 0
`SphereDensity`

(external)- Initial density of the sphere. Default: 1.0
`SpherePressure`

(external)- Initial pressure of the sphere. Default: 1.0
`SphereSoundVelocity`

(external)- Velocity of sound. Default: 1.0
`SphereAngVel`

(external)- Angular velocity of the sphere. Default: 0.0

## Hydro and MHD Turbulence Simulation (106)¶

`RefineAtStart`

(external)- Boolean flag. Default: TRUE
`PutSink`

(external)- Boolean flag. Default: FALSE
`Density`

(external)- Boolean flag. Default: TRUE
`SoundVelocity`

(external)- Velocity of sound. Default: 1.0
`MachNumber`

(external)- Default: 1.0
`AngularVelocity`

(external)- Default: 0
`CloudRadius`

(external)- Initial radius of the cloud. Default: 0.05
`SetTurbulence`

(external)- Boolean flag. Default: TRUE
`InitialBfield`

(external)- Initial magnetic field strength. Default: 0
`RandomSeed`

(external)- Default: 52761
`CloudType`

(external)- Default: 1

## Put Sink from Restart (107)¶

`PutSinkRestartName`

(external)- Filename to restart from.

## Cluster Cooling Flow (108)¶

`ClusterSMBHFeedback`

(external)- Boolean flag. Default: FALSE
`ClusterSMBHJetMdot`

(external)- Mdot of one Jet. Units: Solar mass per year. Default: 3.0
`ClusterSMBHJetVelocity`

(external)- Units:km/s. Default: 10000.0
`ClusterSMBHJetRadius`

(external)- The radius of the jet launching region. Units: cell width. Default: 6.0
`ClusterSMBHJetLaunchOffset`

(external)- The distance of the jet launching plane to the center of the cluster. Units: cell width. Default: 10.0
`ClusterSMBHStartTime`

(external)- The time to start feedback in code unit. Default: 1.0
`ClusterSMBHTramp`

(external)- The ramp time in Myr. Default: 0.1
`ClusterSMBHJetOpenAngleRadius`

(external)- Default: 0.0
`ClusterSMBHFastJetRadius`

(external)- Default: 0.1
`ClusterSMBHFastJetVelocity`

(external)- Unit: km/s. Default: 10000.0
`ClusterSMBHJetEdot`

(external)- Unit: 10^44 ergs/s. Default: 1.0
`ClusterSMBHKineticFraction`

(external)- The fraction of kinetic energy feedback; the rest is thermal feedback. Default: 1.0
`ClusterSMBHJetAngleTheta`

(external)- The angle of the jet direction with respect to z-axis. Default: 0.0 (along the axis)
`ClusterSMBHJetAnglePhi`

(external)- Default: 0.0
`ClusterSMBHJetPrecessionPeriod`

(external)- Unit: Myr. Default: 0.0 (not precessing)
`ClusterSMBHCalculateGasMass`

(external)- Type: integer. 1–Calculate the amount of cold gas around the SMBH and remove it at the rate of 2*Mdot; 2–Calculate Mdot based on the amount of cold gas around the SMBH; 3–Calculate Mdot similar to 2 but change ClusterSMBHJetDim periodically (period = ClusterSMBHJetPrecessionPeriod); 4–Calculate Mdot within Bondi radius (only use this when Bondi radius is resolved); 0–off (do not remove cold gas). Default: 1.
`ClusterSMBHFeedbackSwitch`

(external)- Boolean flag. When ClusterSMBHCalculateGasMass=1, ClusterSMBHFeedbackSwitch is turned on when there is enough cold gas (ClusterSMBHEnoughColdGas) around the SMBH. Default: FALSE
`ClusterSMBHEnoughColdGas`

(external)- Unit: Solar mass. Default: 1.0e7
`ClusterSMBHAccretionTime`

(external)- When ClusterSMBHCalculateGasMass = 2, Mdot = Mcold/ClusterSMBHAccretionTime. Default: 5.0 (Myr)
`ClusterSMBHJetDim`

(external)- 0–x; 1–y; 2–z. Default: 2
`ClusterSMBHAccretionEpsilon`

(external)- Jet Edot = ClusterSMBHAccretionEpsilon * Mdot * c^2. Default: 0.001
`ClusterSMBHDiskRadius`

(external)- The size of the accretion zone in kpc. Default: 0.5
`ClusterSMBHBCG`

(external)- The stellar component of the Perseus BCG (in cluster simulations) or the elliptical galaxies (in simulations of isolated elliptical galaxies). Default: 1.0
`ClusterSMBHMass`

(external)- The mass of the SMBH of the Perseus BCG (in cluster simulations) or the elliptical galaxies (in simulations of isolated elliptical galaxies). Default: 0
`EllipticalGalaxyRe`

(external)- Re is the radius of the isophote enclosing half of the galaxy’s light. In Herquist profile, a=Re/1.8153. Default: 0
`OldStarFeedbackAlpha`

(external)- Mass ejection rate from evolved stars in the unit of 10^{-19} s^{-1}. It is typically within a factor of 2 of unity. Default: 0
`SNIaFeedbackEnergy`

(external)- Energy feedback from evolved stars (Type Ia SN). Default: 1.0

## 1D MHD Test (200)¶

`RefineAtStart`

(external)- Boolean flag. Default: TRUE
`LeftVelocityX`

,`RightVelocityX`

(external)- Initial velocity x-direction. Default: 0 (for both)
`LeftVelocityY`

,`RightVelocityY`

(external)- Initial velocity y-direction. Default: 0 (for both)
`LeftVelocityZ`

,`RightVelocityZ`

(external)- Initial velocity z-direction. Default: 0 (for both)
`LeftPressure`

,`RightPressure`

(external)- Initial pressure. Default: 1.0 (for both)
`LeftDensity`

,`RightDensity`

(external)- Initial density. Default: 1.0 (for both)
`LeftBx`

,`RightBx`

(external)- Initial magnetic field x-direction. Default: 0 (for both)
`LeftBy`

,`RightBy`

(external)- Initial magnetic field y-direction. Default: 0 (for both)
`LeftBz`

,`RightBz`

(external)- Initial magnetic field z-direction. Default: 0 (for both)

## 2D MHD Test (201)¶

This problem type sets up many common 2D hydro and MHD problem types. Many of them can be run also without MHD despite the name. Which problem is done is controled by MHD2DProblemType which can vary from 0 to 16 so far.

`RefineAtStart`

(external)- Boolean flag. Default: TRUE
`LowerVelocityX`

,`UpperVelocityX`

(external)- Initial velocity x-direction. Default: 0 (for both)
`LowerVelocityY`

,`UpperVelocityY`

(external)- Initial velocity y-direction. Default: 0 (for both)
`LowerPressure`

,`UpperPressure`

(external)- Initial pressure. Default: 1.0 (for both)
`LowerDensity`

,`UpperDensity`

(external)- Initial density. Default: 1.0 (for both)
`LowerBx`

,`UpperBx`

(external)- Initial magnetic field x-direction. Default: 0 (for both)
`LowerBy`

,`UpperBy`

(external)- Initial magnetic field y-direction. Default: 0 (for both)
`MHD2DProblemType`

(external)- Default: 0 0: Raleigh-Taylor, 1: MHD rotor (Toth 2000, JCompPhys 161, 605.), 2: MHD blast wave (Gardiner and Stone 2005, JCompPhys. 205, 509), 3: MHD Kelvin-Helmholtz (Gardiner & Stone 2005), 4: Another MHD Kelvin Helmholtz, 5: Shock-vortex interaction (Rault, Chiavassa & Donat, 2003, J. Scientific Computing, 19, 1.), 6: Sedov-Taylor Blast Wave (Fryxell et al. 2000, ApJS, 131, 273), 7: Cylindrical Sedov-Taylor Blast Wave (Fryxell et al. 2000), 8: Like MHD2DProblemType = 5 but with a small perturbation upstream of the shock to test odd even coupling of Reimann Solvers, 9: Smoothed Kelvin Helnholtz problem (Robertson, Kravtsov, Gnedin, Abel & Rudd 2010, MNRAS, 401), 10: A modified Raleigh-Taylor problem, 11: Uniform density with sinusoidal shear velocity (Compare to rpSPH tests in Abel 2012), 12: Experimental test, 13: Exploratory blob test, 14: Wengen 2 test to study colliding flows with very soft equations of state, 15: Another experiment with B-fields, 16: A validated non-linear Kelvin Helmholtz test (Lecoanet, McCourt, Quataert, Burns, Vasil, Oishi, Brown, Stone, & O’Leary 2015 preprint)
`RampWidth`

(external)- Default: 0.05
`UserColour`

(external)- Boolean flag. Default: FALSE

## 3D MHD Collapse Test (202)¶

`RefineAtStart`

(external)- Boolean flag. Default: FALSE
`LowerVelocityX`

,`UpperVelocityX`

(external)- Initial velocity x-direction. Default: 0 (for both)
`LowerVelocityY`

,`UpperVelocityY`

(external)- Initial velocity y-direction. Default: 0 (for both)
`LowerPressure`

,`UpperPressure`

(external)- Initial pressure. Default: 1.0 (for both)
`LowerDensity`

,`UpperDensity`

(external)- Initial density. Default: 1.0 (for both)
`LowerBx`

,`UpperBx`

(external)- Initial magnetic field x-direction. Default: 0 (for both)
`LowerBy`

,`UpperBy`

(external)- Initial magnetic field y-direction. Default: 0 (for both)
`MHD3DProblemType`

(external)- Default: 0

## MHD Turbulent Collapse Test (203)¶

`RefineAtStart`

(external)- Boolean flag. Default: TRUE
`Density`

(external)- Initial density. Default: 1.0
`SoundVelocity`

(external)- Speed of sound. Default: 1.0
`MachNumber`

(external)- Default: 1.0
`InitialBfield`

(external)- Initial magnetic field strength. Default: 0
`RandomSeed`

(external)- Default: 0

## Galaxy Disk (207)¶

`NumberOfHalos`

(external)- Number of Halos simulated. Default: 1
`RefineAtStart`

(external)- Boolean flag. Default: TRUE
`UseParticles`

(external)- Boolean flag. Default: FALSE
`UseGas`

(external)- Boolean flag. Default: TRUE
`MediumTemperature`

(external)- Temperature of the medium. Default: 1000
`MediumDensity`

(external)- Density of the medium. Default: 1.0
`HaloMagneticField`

(external)- Magnetic Field Strength. Default: 0
`UniformVelocity[i]`

(external)- Velocity in all 3 dimensions. Default: 0 (all)
`GalaxyType[i]`

(external)- Sppecifying galaxy type for the ith sphere. Default: 0 (all)
`HaloRadius[i]`

(external)- Radius of the halo for the ith sphere. Default: 1 (all)
`HaloCoreRadius[i]`

(external)- Core radius for the ith sphere. Default: 0.1 (all)
`HaloDensity[i]`

(external)- Density of the halo for the ith sphere. Default: 1 (all)
`HaloTemperature[i]`

(external)- Temperature of the halo for the ith sphere. Default: 1 (all)
`HaloAngVel[i]`

(external)- TBD
`HaloSpin[i]`

(external)- TBD
`HaloPosition[i][j]`

(external)- Position of the Halo.
`HaloVelocity[i][j]`

(external)- Velocity of the Halo.
`DiskRadius[i]`

(external)- TBD
`DiskHeight[i]`

(external)- TBD
`DiskDensity[i]`

(external)- TBD
`DiskTemperature[i]`

(external)- TBD
`DiskMassFraction[i]`

(external)- Default: 0 (all)
`DiskFlaringParameter[i]`

(external)- Default: 10 (all)

## AGN Disk (207)¶

`DiskType`

(external)- Default: 1
`RefineAtStart`

(external)- Boolean flag. Default: 0
`BlackHoleMass`

(external)- Initial mass of black hole. Default: 0
`UseGas`

(external)- Boolean flag. Default: 1
`DiskDensity`

(external)- Initial density of the disk. Default: 1
`DiskTemperature`

(external)- Initial temperature of the disk. Default: 1
`DiskRadius`

(external)- Initial radius of the disk. Default: 1
`DiskHeight`

(external)- Initial height of the disk. Default: 1

## CR Shock Tube (250: unigrid and AMR)¶

Very similar to normal shock tube (see problem 1) but includes CR component. See Salem, Bryan & Hummels (2014) for discussion.

In addition the regular shock tube parameters, we add:

`HydroShockTubesLeftCREnDensity`

,`HydroShockTubesRightCREnDensity`

(external)- The initial CR energy density on the left and right sides. Default: 1.0 for each value.

`HydroShockTubesCenterDensity`

, `HydroShockTubesCenterPressure`

,
`HydroShockTubesCenterVelocityX`

,
`HydroShockTubesCenterVelocityY`

,
`HydroShockTubesCenterVelocityZ`

,
`HydroShockTubesCenterCREnDensity`

(external)

In addition to setting a shock tube with two constant regions, this version also allows for three constant region, with a Center region in addition to the Left and Right regions. Finally, there are two special cases – if HydroShockTubesCenterCREnDensity is set to 123.4, then the central region will be set to a ramp between the left and right regions, and if HydroShockTubesCenterCREnDensity is set to 567.8, then a gaussian CR energy density is initialized (these problems were set up to test the CR diffusion).

## Poisson Solver Test (300)¶

`PoissonSolverTestType`

(external)- Default: 0
`PoissonSolverTestGeometryControl`

(external)- Default: 1
`PoissonSolverTestRefineAtStart`

(external)- Boolean flag. Default: 0

## Radiation-Hydrodynamics Test 1 - Constant Fields (400)¶

Basic FLD radiation problem initializer, allowing setup of uniform fields throughout the computational domain, which are useful for testing radiation/material couplings. Test problem used for problem 4.2 in (Reynolds et al., “Self-consistent solution of cosmological radiation-hydrodynamics and chemical ionization,” JCP, 2009).

`RadHydroVelocity`

(external)- Initialize velocity of ambient gas in the x,y,z directions. Default: 0 (all). Example RadHydroVelocity = 0.1 0.1 0.1
`RadHydroChemistry`

(external)- Number of chemical species. 1 implies hydrogen only, 3 implies hydrogen and helium. Default: 1.
`RadHydroModel`

(external)- Type of radiation/matter coupling: 1 implies a standard chemistry-dependent model, 4 implies an isothermal chemistry-dependent model, 10 implies a chemistry-independent model in thermodynamic equilibrium. Default: 1
`RadHydroDensity`

(external)- Ambient density. Default: 10
`RadHydroTemperature`

(external)- Ambient temperature. Default: 1
`RadHydroIEnergy`

(external)- Ambient internal energy (replaces temperature, if specified). Default: -1
`RadHydroRadiationEnergy`

(external)- Ambient radiation energy. Default: 10
`RadHydroInitialFractionHII`

(external)- Initial fraction of ionized hydrogen (in relation to all hydrogen). Default: 0
`RadHydroHFraction`

(external)- Initial fraction of hydrogen (in relation to the total density). Default: 1
`RadHydroInitialFractionHeII`

(external)- Initial fraction of helium II (in relation to the total helium). Default: 0
`RadHydroInitialFractionHeIII`

(external)- Initial fraction of helium III (in relation to the total helium). Default: 0

## Radiation-Hydrodynamics Test 2 - Streams (401)¶

Streaming radiation tests. The problem utilizes a uniform density and a constant opacity, setting one face of the domain to have a radiation energy density of 1. The radiation front propagates through the domain at the speed of light. The sharpness of the radiation front is determined by the spatial resolution. Test problem used for problem 4.1 in (Reynolds et al., “Self-consistent solution of cosmological radiation-hydrodynamics and chemical ionization,” JCP, 2009).

`RadHydroDensity`

(external)- Ambient density. Default: 1.0
`RadHydroRadEnergy`

(external)- Ambient radiation energy. Default 1.0e-10
`RadStreamDim`

(external)- Dimension to test {0,1,2}. Default: 0
`RadStreamDir`

(external)- Direction for streaming radiation. 0 for left to right. 1 for right to left. Default: 0

## Radiation-Hydrodynamics Test 3 - Pulse (402)¶

`RadHydroDensity`

(external)- Ambient density. Default: 1.0
`RadHydroRadEnergy`

(external)- Ambient radiation energy. Default 1.0e-10
`RadPulseDim`

(external)- Dimension to test {0,1,2}. Default: 0

## Radiation-Hydrodynamics Test 4 - Grey Marshak Test (403)¶

Test problem used for problem 4.3 in (Reynolds et al., “Self-consistent solution of cosmological radiation-hydrodynamics and chemical ionization,” JCP, 2009).

`RadHydroDensity`

(external)- Ambient density. Default: 1.0
`RadHydroRadEnergy`

(external)- Ambient radiation energy. Default 1.0
`RadHydroGasEnergy`

(external)- Ambient gas energy. Default: 1.0
`GreyMarshDir`

(external)- Propagation coordinate for Marshak problem. {0,1,2}. Default: 0

## Radiation-Hydrodynamics Test 5 - Radiating Shock (404/405)¶

Test problem used for problem 4.4 in (Reynolds et al., “Self-consistent solution of cosmological radiation-hydrodynamics and chemical ionization,” JCP, 2009).

`DensityConstant`

(external)- Ambient density. Default: 1.0
`GasTempConstant`

(external)- Ambient gas temperature. Default: 1.0
`RadTempConstant`

(external)- Ambient radiation temperature. Default: 1.0
`VelocityConstant`

(external)- Imposed fluid velocity. Default: 1.0
`ShockDir`

(external)- Propagation coordinate for shock. {0,1,2}. Default: 0
`CGSType`

(external)- 1 = Astrophysical Setup Parameters; 2 = “lab” setup parameters, after Lowrie; Default: 1

## Radiation-Hydrodynamics Tests 10 and 11 - I-Front Tests (410/411)¶

Uniform density ionization front test problems. These tests are used to replicate the isothermal and temperature-dependent I-front tests 1 and 2 from (Iliev et al., “Cosmological Radiative Transfer Codes Comparison Project I: The Static Density Field Tests,” MNRAS, 2006). This test problem was used for problem 4.5 in (Reynolds et al., “Self-consistent solution of cosmological radiation-hydrodynamics and chemical ionization,” JCP, 2009).

`RadHydroVelocity`

(external)- Initial velocity of ambient gas in the x,y,z directions. Default: 0 (all). Example RadHydroVelocity = 0.1 0.1 0.1
`RadHydroChemistry`

(external)- Number of chemical species. 1 implies hydrogen only, 3 implies hydrogen and helium. Default: 1.
`RadHydroModel`

(external)- Type of radiation/matter coupling: 1 implies a standard chemistry-dependent model, 4 implies an isothermal chemistry-dependent model. Default: 1
`RadHydroDensity`

(external)- Ambient density. Default: 10
`RadHydroTemperature`

(external)- Ambient temperature. Default: 1
`RadHydroIEnergy`

(external)- Ambient internal energy (replaces temperature, if specified). Default: -1
`RadHydroRadiationEnergy`

(external)- Ambient radiation energy. Default: 10
`RadHydroInitialFractionHII`

(external)- Initial fraction of ionized hydrogen (in relation to all hydrogen). Default: 0
`RadHydroHFraction`

(external)- Initial fraction of hydrogen (in relation to the total density). Default: 1
`RadHydroInitialFractionHeII`

(external)- Initial fraction of helium II (in relation to the total helium). Default: 0
`RadHydroInitialFractionHeIII`

(external)- Initial fraction of helium III (in relation to the total helium). Default: 0
`NGammaDot`

(external)- Strength of ionization source, in number of photons per second. Default: 0
`EtaRadius`

(external)- Radius of ionization source, in cells (0 implies a single-cell source). Default: 0
`EtaCenter`

(external)- Location of ionization source, in scaled length units, in the x,y,z directions. Default: 0 (all). Example EtaCenter = 0.5 0.5 0.5

## Radiation-Hydrodynamics Test 12 - HI ionization of a clump (412)¶

Ionization of a hydrogen clump, used to investigate I-front trapping in a dense clump, and the formation of a shadow. This test replicates the test 3.4 from (Iliev et al., “Cosmological Radiative Transfer Codes Comparison Project I: The Static Density Field Tests,” MNRAS, 2006).

`RadHydroVelocity`

(external)- Initial velocity of ambient gas in the x,y,z directions. Default: 0 (all). Example RadHydroVelocity = 0.1 0.1 0.1
`RadHydroChemistry`

(external)- Number of chemical species. 1 implies hydrogen only, 3 implies hydrogen and helium. Default: 1.
`RadHydroModel`

(external)- Type of radiation/matter coupling: 1 implies a standard chemistry-dependent model, 4 implies an isothermal chemistry-dependent model. Default: 1
`RadHydroNumDensityIn`

(external)- Number density inside the clump. Default: 0.04
`RadHydroNumDensityOut`

(external)- Number density outside the clump. Default: 0.0002
`RadHydroTemperatureIn`

(external)- Temperature inside the clump. Default: 40
`RadHydroTemperatureOut`

(external)- Temperature outside the clump. Default: 8000
`RadHydroRadiationEnergy`

(external)- Ambient radiation energy. Default: 10
`RadHydroInitialFractionHII`

(external)- Initial fraction of ionized hydrogen (in relation to all hydrogen). Default: 0
`ClumpCenter`

(external)- Location of clump center, in cm, in the x,y,z directions. Default: 1.54285e22 1.018281e22 1.018281e22
`ClumpRadius`

(external)- Radius of clump, in cm. Default: 2.46856e21
`NGammaDot`

(external)- Strength of ionization source along left wall, in number of photons per second. Default: 0

## Radiation-Hydrodynamics Test 13 - HI ionization of a steep region (413)¶

Ionization of a steep density gradient, used to investigate HII region expansion along a 1/r^2 density profile. This test replicates the test 3.2 from (Iliev et al., “Cosmological Radiative Transfer Comparison Project II: The Radiation-Hydrodynamic Tests,” MNRAS, 2009).

`RadHydroVelocity`

(external)- Initial velocity of ambient gas in the x,y,z directions. Default: 0 (all). Example RadHydroVelocity = 0.1 0.1 0.1
`RadHydroChemistry`

(external)- Number of chemical species. 1 implies hydrogen only, 3 implies hydrogen and helium. Default: 1.
`RadHydroModel`

(external)- Type of radiation/matter coupling: 1 implies a standard chemistry-dependent model, 4 implies an isothermal chemistry-dependent model. Default: 1
`RadHydroNumDensity`

(external)- Number density inside the core of the dense region. Default: 3.2
`RadHydroDensityRadius`

(external)- Radius of the dense region, in cm. Default: 2.8234155e+20
`RadHydroTemperature`

(external)- Ambient temperature. Default: 100
`RadHydroRadiationEnergy`

(external)- Ambient radiation energy. Default: 1e-20
`RadHydroInitialFractionHII`

(external)- Initial fraction of ionized hydrogen (in relation to all hydrogen). Default: 0
`EtaCenter`

(external)- Center of the dense region (and ionization source), in cm, in the x,y,z directions. Default: 0 0 0
`NGammaDot`

(external)- Strength of ionization source, in number of photons per second. Default: 0

## Radiation-Hydrodynamics Tests 14/15 - Cosmological HI ionization (414/415)¶

HI ionization in a uniform density field. This test problem was used for problems 4.6 and 4.8 in (Reynolds et al., “Self-consistent solution of cosmological radiation-hydrodynamics and chemical ionization,” JCP, 2009). Test 4.6 utilized a single ionization source (test 415), whereas 4.8 replicated the test to the center of every processor for performing weak-scaling tests (test 414).

`RadHydroVelocity`

(external)`RadHydroChemistry`

(external)- Number of chemical species. 1 implies hydrogen only, 3 implies hydrogen and helium. Default: 1.
`RadHydroModel`

(external)`RadHydroTemperature`

(external)- Ambient temperature in K. Default: 10000
`RadHydroRadiationEnergy`

(external)- Ambient radiation energy in erg/cm^3. Default: 1.0e-32
`RadHydroInitialFractionHII`

(external)- Initial fraction of ionized hydrogen (in relation to all hydrogen). Default: 0
`RadHydroOmegaBaryonNow`

(external)- Default: 0.2
`NGammaDot`

(external)- Strength of ionization source, in number of photons per second. Default: 0
`EtaRadius`

(external)- Radius of ionization source for test 415, in cells (0 implies a single-cell source). Default: 0
`EtaCenter`

(external)- Location of ionization source for test 415, in scaled length units, in the x,y,z directions. Default: 0 (all). Example EtaCenter = 0.5 0.5 0.5