ProcessLib::SubmeshAssemblySupport Class Reference

Detailed Description

Definition at line 25 of file SubmeshAssemblySupport.h.

#include <SubmeshAssemblySupport.h>

Inheritance diagram for ProcessLib::SubmeshAssemblySupport:

Public Member Functions

virtual std::vector< std::string > initializeAssemblyOnSubmeshes (std::vector< std::reference_wrapper< MeshLib::Mesh > > const &meshes)
virtual ~SubmeshAssemblySupport ()=default

Constructor & Destructor Documentation

◆ ~SubmeshAssemblySupport()

virtual ProcessLib::SubmeshAssemblySupport::~SubmeshAssemblySupport ( )

Member Function Documentation

◆ initializeAssemblyOnSubmeshes()

virtual std::vector< std::string > ProcessLib::SubmeshAssemblySupport::initializeAssemblyOnSubmeshes ( std::vector< std::reference_wrapper< MeshLib::Mesh > > const & meshes)

Initializes the assembly on submeshes

meshesthe submeshes on whom the assembly shall proceed.
meshes must be a must be a non-overlapping cover of the entire simulation domain (bulk mesh)!
The names of the residuum vectors that will be assembled.

Reimplemented in ProcessLib::TH2M::TH2MProcess< DisplacementDim >, and ProcessLib::ThermoRichardsMechanics::ThermoRichardsMechanicsProcess< DisplacementDim, ConstitutiveTraits >.

Definition at line 36 of file SubmeshAssemblySupport.h.

38 {
39 DBUG(
40 "Default implementation of initializeSubmeshAssembly(). Doing "
41 "nothing.");
43 if (!meshes.empty())
44 {
46 "Submesh residuum assembly is not implemented for this "
47 "process. You can avoid this error message, e.g., by removing "
48 "<submesh_residuum_output> from the prj file.");
49 }
51 return {};
52 }
#define OGS_FATAL(...)
Definition Error.h:26
void DBUG(fmt::format_string< Args... > fmt, Args &&... args)
Definition Logging.h:30

References DBUG(), and OGS_FATAL.

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