Tetsuya Shintani

 

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Tetsuya Shintani

Assistant Professor, Dr. Eng.
Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering
Tokyo Metropolitan University
 

Fantom3D is an object-oriented numerical code (C++) for analyzing fluid flows, especially for environmental fluid dynamics.

Major features:

  • 3D flow, as well as 1D and 2D flows
  • Nonhydrostatic and hydrostatic
  • Implicit surface and vertical diffusion treatments (theta method, 2nd order in time)
  • Adams-bashforth method for time integration (2nd order)
  • Generalized coordinate
  • Domain decomposition
  • Parallelization (OpenMP)
  • ULTIMATE-QUICKEST scheme for advective terms
  • Nesting (1-way), Multiple grid resolutions
  • Multi-Phase flow
  • Multi-Platform: MS-Windows, Linux and MacOSX (both 32 & 64-bit versions)
  • NetCDF output (Linux and MacOSX)
  • Simple GUI (Qt and VTK)
  • Wet and dry treatment
  • Partial step representation
  • Parallelized Residual cutting method
  • Script language Lua is embedded with SWIG

Paper, describing the details of Fantom3D (in Japanese)

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Collaborators:

  • Keisuke Nakayama (Kitami Institute of Technology, 2007-)
  • Hiroshi Yajima (Tottori University, 2013-)
  • Yoshihisa Akamatsu (Yamaguchi University, 2014-)
  • Contributers:

  • Ayumi Kobayashi (DNP) for object-oriented programming (2008)
  • Kazunari Sumiya (Kitami Institute of Technology) for Japanese users manual (2009-2010)
  • Fantom3D users manual

    Details of model_input file

    Input file examples

    Online science manual (under construction)

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    Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering
    Tokyo Metropolitan University
    1-1 Minamiohsawa, Hachioji, Tokyo 192-0397, Japan
    Last update 18/03/2010