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Results

Results from benchmark runs. Place tarballs containing the requested results in this folder and describe the run in the description field.

GeoFEST reverse fault results - 1 km
Tarball contains input and output files as well as text file containing run time information.
GeoFEST reverse fault results - 500 m
Tarball contains input and output files as well as text file containing run time information.
Geofest_reverse_slip_var_res_mesh_01_soln
fixed the BCs, Geofest 4.5, dt=0.1 constant
PyLith, 1 Proc, Linear Hex, 1 km Resolution, dt=0.1yr
PyLith results run on 1 processor of a Power Mac G5. Linear hexahedral mesh at 1 km resolution. Constant time step size of 0.1 year.
PyLith, 1 Proc, Linear Tet, 1 km Resolution, dt=0.1yr
PyLith results run on 1 processor of a Power Mac G5. Linear tetrahedral mesh at 1 km resolution. Constant time step size of 0.1 year.
PyLith, 1 Proc, Linear Tet, 500 m Resolution, dt=0.1yr
PyLith results run on 1 processor of a Power Mac G5. Linear tetrahedral mesh at 500 m resolution. Constant time step size of 0.1 year.
PyLith, 1 Proc, Linear Tet, 250 m Resolution, dt=0.1yr
PyLith results run on 1 processor of an Opteron 2.4GHz Linux machine. Linear tetrahedral mesh at 250 m resolution. Constant time step size of 0.1 year.
tet_var_res_01_pylith_soln.tgz
PyLith-0.8 results for Carl Gable's variable resolution (no smoothing) mesh 01 for the reverse slip benchmark - constant dt=0.1 yr.
Femlab 2 km resolution, elastic
This model has 19544 quadratic tetrahedral elements and is twice the size in y of the model description, since there is no symmetric boundary. This yields a resolution close to 2 km. The model and solver require about 800 MB and is solved in about 10 minutes on a 1.8 GHz AMD Opteron.
Femlab 1 km resolution, t = 0 years
This model has ~162000 linear tetrahedral elements and is twice the size in y of the model description, since there is no symmetric boundary. This yields a resolution close to 1 km. The model and solver require about 800 MB and is solved in about 3 minutes on a 1.8 GHz AMD Opteron. An iterative solver was used, which uses the Incomplete LU preconditioner with a drop tolerance of 0.01.
Femlab 1 km resolution, t = 1 year
Viscoelastic problem requires ~3.5GB and takes about 4.5 hrs to run. Drop tolerance is 0.01.
Femlab 1 km resolution, t = 5 years
Viscoelastic problem requires ~3.5GB and takes about 4.5 hrs to run. Drop tolerance is 0.01.
Femlab 1 km resolution, t = 10 years
Viscoelastic problem requires ~3.5GB and takes about 4.5 hrs to run. Drop tolerance is 0.01.
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