[Users] No Meeting tomorrow, Monday May 15th
diener at cct.lsu.edu
Tue May 17 09:39:27 CDT 2011
For the distorted rotating black hole case I thought I had the runs
completed. However, when I took a look at the waveforms, I saw only 2nd
order convergence (very nice 2nd order convergence, though). I had
unfortunately not noticed that the default values for WeylScal4::fd_order
and Multipole::integration_method resulted in only 2nd order accurate wave
extraction. I'm currently rerunning with modified parameter settings.
Is there any reason why the default values for those parameters could not
be set to give higher accuracy?
On Sun, 15 May 2011, Frank Loeffler wrote:
> At least Tanja, Roland, myself and Erik cannot join the ET call
> tomorrow, so let's cancel the meeting for this week.
> However: in order not to lose focus in the ET paper it would be nice to
> have some progress report for the largest missing sections, e.g., the
> examples, on this mailing list.
> For the TOVs:
> I ran a couple of resolutions of a standard TOV model and can easily see
> the fundamental mode. It is pretty clear that in order to get a good
> measurement of the frequency the resolution cannot be laptop or
> workstation-friendly, but that is to be expected. I cannot easily see or
> measure any overtones though - it's a nice, damped sine. I will finish
> to run the high-res simulations and then include that frequency
> measurement in the paper, comparing with the expected result.
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