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rxnnetworkex [2014/05/09 15:02]
cyburt
rxnnetworkex [2014/05/28 15:08]
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-====== ​TALENT ​====== +====== ​EXERCISES ​====== 
-===== Training in Advanced Low Energy Nuclear Theory: ​ EXERCISES ===== +**[[RXNnetworkEX|Reaction Networks]]**,​ **[[NuclPhysInput|Nucl Physics Input]]**, **[[HydroEX|Hydro]]**, **[[BBNEX|BBN]]**
-[[http://​www.nucleartalent.org|{{:​talent.png?​650|Nuclear TALENT}}]] +
-**[[RXNnetworkEX|Reaction Networks]]**,​ **[[HydroEX|Hydrodynamics]]**, **[[BBNEX|BBN]]**, **[[AnlyPlot|Abundances, Analysis and Plotting]]**, **[[NuclPhysInput|Nucl Physics Input]]** +
-==== Reaction Network Exercises ====+
  
 <box 80% left orange|**(Pre-Course Assignment)**>​ <box 80% left orange|**(Pre-Course Assignment)**>​
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 **Download, compile and run the Reaction Network Code** **Download, compile and run the Reaction Network Code**
  
-     - Download the [[|Reaction Network Code]]. +     - Download the [[rxnnetcode|Reaction Network Code]]. 
-     - Compile the code with your fortran90 compiler. +     - Compile the code with your fortran90 compiler, following the instructions in doc/​Compiling.txt in the XNet distribution
-     - Report in the Reaction Network Code discussion thread your success with machine information. +     - Report in the Reaction Network Code discussion thread your success with machine ​and compiler ​information. 
-     ​- ​Read and set up code to run at fixed temperature and density +     ​- ​Run a first test problem, following the instructions in doc/​Running.txt in the XNet distribution. ​ 
-      * Try various temperatures and densities ​ +       ​Your results should look like this figure. {{:​XNet_test.png?​direct&​200}} 
-      * Try different initial compositions +     ​- ​Try various temperatures and densities ​by changing ​the th_const file. 
-      * Do you reach an equilibrium compostition at late times? +   ​
-        * Is it Nuclear Statistical Equilibrium (NSE)? +
-        * Is it Quasi-Static Equilibrium (QSE)? +
-        * What is the difference? +
 </​box> ​ </​box> ​
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 <box 80% left blue|**(During-Course Assignment)**>​ <box 80% left blue|**(During-Course Assignment)**>​
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 +  - Make sure everyone got the pre-test done and correct.
 +  - Re-run the pre-test, reducing the temperature in the thermodynamic file
 +    * Find the minimum temperatures at which silicon burning, oxygen burning and carbon burning occur.
 +  - Grab a new (larger, 150 species) sunet_sn150.txt from the document server.
 +    * Rename sunet_150.txt to sunet
 +    * Build a new Data directory from REACLIB
 +    * Create a new initial abundance file (matching the composition in the pretest)
 +    * Run same test problem with new network
 +    * Compare results to pre-test.
 +    * Compare timing of pre-test to new problem.
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 +Additional possibilities:​
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 **Run a reaction network with given nuclear input for:** **Run a reaction network with given nuclear input for:**
  
   - Fixed temperature and density   - Fixed temperature and density
-    * Try various temperatures and densities ​+    * Try various temperatures and densities
     * Try different network sizes     * Try different network sizes
     * Swap out a reaction rate with a different version     * Swap out a reaction rate with a different version
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     * How does the trajectory form affect the results?     * How does the trajectory form affect the results?
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 ~~DISCUSSION|Reaction Network Exercises Discussion~~ ~~DISCUSSION|Reaction Network Exercises Discussion~~
rxnnetworkex.txt · Last modified: 2014/05/29 08:24 by cyburt