Updated documentation and web pages

Published by Tormod Landet on 2019-02-12 00:00:00

The Ocellaris web pages can now be found on www.ocellaris.org and the documentation there is also improved and updated. The source code repository has been moved to the Ocellaris Project organization ob Bitbucket, which will hopefully make it easier to collaborate on the development of Ocellaris in the future.

Picture a cylinder in waves from an Ocellaris simulation

Cylinder in waves; from Ocellaris via Paraview and Blender.

In other news, you can now find Ocellaris releases on Zenodo, under DOI 10.5281/zenodo.2558302. To install Ocellaris the recommended way is still to use the prepared releases on PyPI through pip.

Ocellaris has also been submitted to the Journal of Open Source Software, see this issue for progress. Two more scientific papers using Ocellaris are also soon available as preprints, one on exactly divergence free pressure correction schemes for DG FEM and one on the 3D wave simulations shown earlier as videos on this blog.