sfepy.homogenization.engine module

class sfepy.homogenization.engine.CoefVolume(name, problem, kwargs)[source]
class sfepy.homogenization.engine.HomogenizationEngine(problem, options, app_options=None, volumes=None, output_prefix=’he:’, **kwargs)[source]
call(ret_all=False, time_tag=”)[source]
static define_volume_coef(coef_info, volumes)[source]

Define volume coefficients and make all other dependent on them.

coef_info : dict

The coefficient definitions.

volumes : dict

The definitions of volumes.

coef_info : dict

The coefficient definitions extended by the volume coefficients.

static process_options(options)[source]
class sfepy.homogenization.engine.HomogenizationWorker[source]
static calculate(mini_app, problem, dependencies, dep_requires, save_names, micro_coors, chunk_tab, mode, proc_id)[source]
static calculate_req(problem, opts, post_process_hook, name, req_info, coef_info, save_names, dependencies, micro_coors, time_tag=”, chunk_tab=None, proc_id=‘0’)[source]

Calculate a requirement, i.e. correctors or coefficients.

problem : problem

The problem definition related to the microstructure.

opts : struct

The options of the homogenization application.

post_process_hook : function

The postprocessing hook.

name : str

The name of the requirement.

req_info : dict

The definition of correctors.

coef_info : dict

The definition of homogenized coefficients.

save_names : dict

The dictionary containing names of saved correctors.

dependencies : dict

The dependencies required by the correctors/coefficients.

micro_coors : array

The configurations of multiple microstructures.

time_tag : str

The label corresponding to the actual time step and iteration, used in the corrector file names.

chunk_tab : list

In the case of multiprocessing the requirements are divided into several chunks that are solved in parallel.

proc_id : int

The id number of the processor (core) which is solving the actual chunk.

val : coefficient/corrector or list of coefficients/correctors

The resulting homogenized coefficients or correctors.

static get_sorted_dependencies(req_info, coef_info, compute_only)[source]

Make corrs and coefs list sorted according to the dependencies.

class sfepy.homogenization.engine.HomogenizationWorkerMulti(num_workers)[source]
static calculate_req_multi(tasks, lock, remaining, numdeps, inverse_deps, problem, opts, post_process_hook, req_info, coef_info, save_names, dependencies, micro_coors, time_tag, chunk_tab, proc_id)[source]

Calculate a requirement in parallel.

tasks : queue

The queue of requirements to be solved.

lock : lock

The multiprocessing lock used to ensure save access to the global variables.

remaining : int

The number of remaining requirements.

numdeps : dict

The number of dependencies for the each requirement.

inverse_deps : dict

The inverse dependencies - which requirements depend on a given one.

For the definition of other parameters see ‘calculate_req’.
static chunk_micro_coors(num_workers, num_micro, reqs, coefs, chunks_per_worker=1, store_micro_idxs=[])[source]

Split multiple microproblems into several chunks that can be processed in parallel.

num_workers : int

The number of available CPUs.

num_micro : int

The number of microstructures.

reqs : dict

The requirement definitions.

coefs : dict

The coefficient definitions.

chunks_per_worker : int

The number of chunks per one worker.

store_micro_idxs : list of int

The indices of microstructures whose results are to be stored.

micro_tab : list of slices

The indices of microproblems contained in each chunk.

new_reqs : dict

The new requirement definitions.

new_coefs : dict

The new coefficient definitions.

static dechunk_reqs_coefs(deps, num_chunks)[source]

Merge the results related to the multiple microproblems.

deps : dict

The calculated dependencies.

num_chunks : int

The number of chunks.

new_deps : dict

The merged dependencies.

static process_reqs_coefs(old, num_workers, store_idxs=[])[source]
class sfepy.homogenization.engine.HomogenizationWorkerMultiMPI(num_workers)[source]
sfepy.homogenization.engine.get_dict_idxval(dict_array, idx)[source]
sfepy.homogenization.engine.insert_sub_reqs(reqs, levels, req_info)[source]

Recursively build all requirements in correct order.