Source code for sfepy.discrete.common.fields

from __future__ import absolute_import

import numpy as nm

from sfepy.base.base import output, iter_dict_of_lists, Struct, basestr
from sfepy.base.timing import Timer
import six

[docs]def parse_approx_order(approx_order): """ Parse the uniform approximation order value (str or int). """ ao_msg = 'unsupported approximation order! (%s)' force_bubble = False discontinuous = False if approx_order is None: return 'iga', force_bubble, discontinuous elif isinstance(approx_order, basestr): if approx_order.startswith('iga'): return approx_order, force_bubble, discontinuous try: ao = int(approx_order) except ValueError: mode = approx_order[-1].lower() if mode == 'b': ao = int(approx_order[:-1]) force_bubble = True elif mode == 'd': ao = int(approx_order[:-1]) discontinuous = True else: raise ValueError(ao_msg % approx_order) if ao < 0: raise ValueError(ao_msg % approx_order) elif ao == 0: discontinuous = True return ao, force_bubble, discontinuous
[docs]def parse_shape(shape, dim): if isinstance(shape, basestr): try: shape = {'scalar' : (1,), 'vector' : (dim,)}[shape] except KeyError: raise ValueError('unsupported field shape! (%s)', shape) elif isinstance(shape, six.integer_types): shape = (int(shape),) return shape
[docs]def setup_extra_data(conn_info): """ Setup extra data required for non-volume integration. """ for key, ii, info in iter_dict_of_lists(conn_info, return_keys=True): for var in info.all_vars: field = var.get_field() if var == info.primary: field.setup_extra_data(info.ps_tg, info, info.is_trace)
[docs]def fields_from_conf(conf, regions): fields = {} for key, val in six.iteritems(conf): field = Field.from_conf(val, regions) fields[] = field return fields
[docs]class Field(Struct): """ Base class for fields. """ _all = None
[docs] @staticmethod def from_args(name, dtype, shape, region, approx_order=1, space='H1', poly_space_base='lagrange'): """ Create a Field subclass instance corresponding to a given space. Parameters ---------- name : str The field name. dtype : numpy.dtype The field data type: float64 or complex128. shape : int/tuple/str The field shape: 1 or (1,) or 'scalar', space dimension (2, or (2,) or 3 or (3,)) or 'vector', or a tuple. The field shape determines the shape of the FE base functions and is related to the number of components of variables and to the DOF per node count, depending on the field kind. region : Region The region where the field is defined. approx_order : int/str The FE approximation order, e.g. 0, 1, 2, '1B' (1 with bubble). space : str The function space name. poly_space_base : str The name of polynomial space base. Notes ----- Assumes one cell type for the whole region! """ conf = Struct(name=name, dtype=dtype, shape=shape,, approx_order=approx_order, space=space, poly_space_base=poly_space_base) return Field.from_conf(conf, { : region})
[docs] @staticmethod def from_conf(conf, regions): """ Create a Field subclass instance based on the configuration. """ if Field._all is None: from sfepy import get_paths from sfepy.base.base import load_classes field_files = [ii for ii in get_paths('sfepy/discrete/fem/fields*.py') if '' not in ii] field_files += get_paths('sfepy/discrete/iga/fields*.py') field_files += get_paths('sfepy/discrete/structural/fields*.py') field_files += get_paths('sfepy/discrete/dg/') Field._all = load_classes(field_files, [Field], ignore_errors=True, name_attr='family_name') table = Field._all space = conf.get('space', 'H1') poly_space_base = conf.get('poly_space_base', 'lagrange') key = space + '_' + poly_space_base approx_order = parse_approx_order(conf.approx_order) ao, force_bubble, discontinuous = approx_order region = regions[conf.region] if region.kind == 'cell': # Volume fields. kind = 'volume' if discontinuous: cls = table[kind + '_' + key + '_discontinuous'] else: cls = table[kind + '_' + key] obj = cls(, conf.dtype, conf.shape, region, approx_order=approx_order[:2]) else: # Surface fields. kind = 'surface' cls = table[kind + '_' + key] obj = cls(, conf.dtype, conf.shape, region, approx_order=approx_order[:2]) return obj
def _setup_kind(self): name = self.get('family_name', None, 'An abstract Field method called!') aux = name.split('_') = aux[1] self.poly_space_base = aux[2]
[docs] def clear_mappings(self, clear_all=False): """ Clear current reference mappings. """ self.mappings = {} if clear_all: if hasattr(self, 'mappings0'): self.mappings0.clear() else: self.mappings0 = {}
[docs] def save_mappings(self): """ Save current reference mappings to `mappings0` attribute. """ import sfepy.base.multiproc as multi if multi.is_remote_dict(self.mappings0): for k, v in six.iteritems(self.mappings): m, _ = self.mappings[k] nv = (, m.bfg, m.det, m.volume, m.normal) self.mappings0[k] = nv else: self.mappings0 = self.mappings.copy()
[docs] def get_mapping(self, region, integral, integration, get_saved=False, return_key=False): """ For given region, integral and integration type, get a reference mapping, i.e. jacobians, element volumes and base function derivatives for Volume-type geometries, and jacobians, normals and base function derivatives for Surface-type geometries corresponding to the field approximation. The mappings are cached in the field instance in `mappings` attribute. The mappings can be saved to `mappings0` using `Field.save_mappings`. The saved mapping can be retrieved by passing `get_saved=True`. If the required (saved) mapping is not in cache, a new one is created. Returns ------- geo : CMapping instance The reference mapping. mapping : VolumeMapping or SurfaceMapping instance The mapping. key : tuple The key of the mapping in `mappings` or `mappings0`. """ import sfepy.base.multiproc as multi key = (, integral.order, integration) if get_saved: out = self.mappings0.get(key, None) if multi.is_remote_dict(self.mappings0) and out is not None: m, i = self.create_mapping(region, integral, integration)[:], m.bfg[:], m.det[:], m.volume[:] = out[0:4] if m.normal is not None: m.normal[:] = m[4] out = m, i else: out = self.mappings.get(key, None) if out is None: out = self.create_mapping(region, integral, integration) self.mappings[key] = out if return_key: out = out + (key,) return out
[docs] def create_eval_mesh(self): """ Create a mesh for evaluating the field. The default implementation returns None, because this mesh is for most fields the same as the one created by `Field.create_mesh()`. """
[docs] def evaluate_at(self, coors, source_vals, mode='val', strategy='general', close_limit=0.1, get_cells_fun=None, cache=None, ret_cells=False, ret_status=False, ret_ref_coors=False, verbose=False): """ Evaluate source DOF values corresponding to the field in the given coordinates using the field interpolation. Parameters ---------- coors : array, shape ``(n_coor, dim)`` The coordinates the source values should be interpolated into. source_vals : array, shape ``(n_nod, n_components)`` The source DOF values corresponding to the field. mode : {'val', 'grad'}, optional The evaluation mode: the field value (default) or the field value gradient. strategy : {'general', 'convex'}, optional The strategy for finding the elements that contain the coordinates. For convex meshes, the 'convex' strategy might be faster than the 'general' one. close_limit : float, optional The maximum limit distance of a point from the closest element allowed for extrapolation. get_cells_fun : callable, optional If given, a function with signature ``get_cells_fun(coors, cmesh, **kwargs)`` returning cells and offsets that potentially contain points with the coordinates `coors`. Applicable only when `strategy` is 'general'. When not given, :func:`get_potential_cells() <sfepy.discrete.common.global_interp.get_potential_cells>` is used. cache : Struct, optional To speed up a sequence of evaluations, the field mesh and other data can be cached. Optionally, the cache can also contain the reference element coordinates as `cache.ref_coors`, `cache.cells` and `cache.status`, if the evaluation occurs in the same coordinates repeatedly. In that case the mesh related data are ignored. See :func:`Field.get_evaluate_cache() <sfepy.discrete.fem.fields_base.FEField.get_evaluate_cache()>`. ret_ref_coors : bool, optional If True, return also the found reference element coordinates. ret_status : bool, optional If True, return also the enclosing cell status for each point. ret_cells : bool, optional If True, return also the cell indices the coordinates are in. verbose : bool If False, reduce verbosity. Returns ------- vals : array The interpolated values with shape ``(n_coor, n_components)`` or gradients with shape ``(n_coor, n_components, dim)`` according to the `mode`. If `ret_status` is False, the values where the status is greater than one are set to ``numpy.nan``. ref_coors : array The found reference element coordinates, if `ret_ref_coors` is True. cells : array The cell indices, if `ret_ref_coors` or `ret_cells` or `ret_status` are True. status : array The status, if `ret_ref_coors` or `ret_status` are True, with the following meaning: 0 is success, 1 is extrapolation within `close_limit`, 2 is extrapolation outside `close_limit`, 3 is failure, 4 is failure due to non-convergence of the Newton iteration in tensor product cells. If close_limit is 0, then for the 'general' strategy the status 5 indicates points outside of the field domain that had no potential cells. """ from sfepy.discrete.common.global_interp import get_ref_coors from sfepy.discrete.common.extmods.crefcoors import evaluate_in_rc from sfepy.base.base import complex_types output('evaluating in %d points...' % coors.shape[0], verbose=verbose) ref_coors, cells, status = get_ref_coors(self, coors, strategy=strategy, close_limit=close_limit, get_cells_fun=get_cells_fun, cache=cache, verbose=verbose) timer = Timer(start=True) # Interpolate to the reference coordinates. source_dtype = nm.float64 if source_vals.dtype in complex_types\ else source_vals.dtype if mode == 'val': vals = nm.empty((coors.shape[0], source_vals.shape[1], 1), dtype=source_dtype) cmode = 0 elif mode == 'grad': vals = nm.empty((coors.shape[0], source_vals.shape[1], coors.shape[1]), dtype=source_dtype) cmode = 1 ctx = self.create_basis_context() if source_vals.dtype in complex_types: valsi = vals.copy() evaluate_in_rc(vals, ref_coors, cells, status, nm.ascontiguousarray(source_vals.real), self.get_econn('volume', self.region), cmode, ctx) evaluate_in_rc(valsi, ref_coors, cells, status, nm.ascontiguousarray(source_vals.imag), self.get_econn('volume', self.region), cmode, ctx) vals = vals + valsi * 1j else: evaluate_in_rc(vals, ref_coors, cells, status, source_vals, self.get_econn('volume', self.region), cmode, ctx) output('interpolation: %f s' % timer.stop(),verbose=verbose) output('...done',verbose=verbose) if mode == 'val': vals.shape = (coors.shape[0], source_vals.shape[1]) if not ret_status: ii = nm.where(status > 1)[0] vals[ii] = nm.nan if ret_ref_coors: return vals, ref_coors, cells, status elif ret_status: return vals, cells, status elif ret_cells: return vals, cells else: return vals