Burgers demo with different applications of Dynamic Mode Decomposition.

Module Contents

pymordemos.burgers_dmd.main(exp: float = Argument(..., help='Exponent'), atol: float = Option(None, help='Absolute tolerance'), continuous_time: bool = Option(False, help='Show continuous time system eigenvalues.'), grid: int = Option(100, help='Use grid with this number of elements.'), initial_data: Choices('sin bump') = Option('sin', help='Select the initial data.'), modes: int = Option(None, help='Number of DMD modes'), nt: int = Option(1000, help='Number of time steps.'), periodic: bool = Option(True, help='If not, solve with dirichlet boundary conditions on left and bottom boundary.'), rtol: float = Option(None, help='Relative tolerance'), v: float = Option(10.0, help='Speed in x-direction.'))[source]

Solves a one-dimensional Burgers-type equation.

See pymor.analyticalproblems.burgers for more details.