How to cite

If you use Dedalus in your work, we would greatly appreciate a citation! A methods paper describing the code is currently in preparation, and may be cited as

K. J. Burns, G. M. Vasil, J. S. Oishi, D. Lecoanet, B. P. Brown, and E. Quataert. "Dedalus: A Flexible Framework for Spectrally Solving Differential Equations" (In preparation)

In the case that in-preparation materials cannot be cited, please reference Dedalus via the project homepage

http://dedalus-project.org

Papers using Dedalus

If you have work using Dedalus that you would like to have listed here, please let us know!

  • L. A. Couston, D. Lecoanet, B. Favier, and M. Le Bars, "Dynamics of mixed convective–stably-stratified fluids," Phys. Rev. Fluids, vol. 2, no. 9, pp. 094804-26, Sep. 2017. [ads] [doi]

  • E. H. Anders and B. P. Brown, "Convective heat transport in stratified atmospheres at low and high Mach number," Phys. Rev. Fluids, vol. 2, no. 8, pp. 083501-9, Aug. 2017. [ads] [doi]

  • S. E. Clark and J. S. Oishi, "The Weakly Nonlinear Magnetorotational Instability in a Local Geometry," ApJ, vol. 841, no. 1, p. 1, May. 2017. [ads] [doi]

  • S. E. Clark and J. S. Oishi, "The Weakly Nonlinear Magnetorotational Instability in a Global, Cylindrical Taylor-Couette Flow," ApJ, vol. 841, no. 1, p. 2, May. 2017. [ads] [doi]

  • D. Lecoanet, G. M. Vasil, J. Fuller, M. Cantiello, and K. J. Burns, "Conversion of Internal Gravity Waves into Magnetic Waves," MNRAS, vol. 466, no. 2, pp. 2181-2193, Dec. 2016. [ads] [doi]

  • D. Lecoanet, J. Schwab, E. Quataert, L. Bildsten, F. X. Timmes, K. J. Burns, G. M. Vasil, J. S. Oishi, and B. P. Brown, "Turbulent Chemical Diffusion in Convectively Bounded Carbon Flames," ApJ, vol. 832, no. 1, p. 71, Nov. 2016. [ads] [doi]

  • G. M. Vasil, K. J. Burns, D. Lecoanet, S. Olver, B. P. Brown, and J. S. Oishi, "Tensor calculus in polar coordinates using Jacobi polynomials," Journal of Computational Physics, vol. 325, pp. 53-73, Nov. 2016. [ads] [doi]

  • S. Davidovits and N. J. Fisch, "Compressing turbulence and sudden viscous dissipation with compression-dependent ionization state," Phys. Rev. E, vol. 94, no. 5, p. 053206, Nov. 2016. [ads] [doi]

  • S. Davidovits and N. J. Fisch, "Sudden Viscous Dissipation of Compressing Turbulence," Phys. Rev. Lett., vol. 116, no. 10, p. 105004, Mar. 2016. [ads] [doi]

  • D. Lecoanet, M. McCourt, E. Quataert, K. J. Burns, G. M. Vasil, J. S. Oishi, B. P. Brown, J. M. Stone, and R. M. O'Leary, "A validated non-linear Kelvin-Helmholtz benchmark for numerical hydrodynamics," MNRAS, vol. 455, no. 4, pp. 4274-4288, Dec. 2015. [ads] [doi]

  • D. Lecoanet, M. Le Bars, K. J. Burns, G. M. Vasil, B. P. Brown, E. Quataert, and J. S. Oishi, "Numerical simulations of internal wave generation by convection in water," Phys. Rev. E, vol. 91, no. 6, p. 063016, Jun. 2015. [ads] [doi]

  • G. M. Vasil, "On the magnetorotational instability and elastic buckling," Proc R Soc A, vol. 471, no. 2177, p. 20140699, Apr. 2015. [ads] [doi]

  • D. Lecoanet, B. P. Brown, E. G. Zweibel, K. J. Burns, J. S. Oishi, and G. M. Vasil, "Conduction in Low Mach Number Flows. I. Linear and Weakly Nonlinear Regimes," ApJ, vol. 797, no. 2, p. 94, Dec. 2014. [ads] [doi]