NEW RELEASE: CONMAN V3.0.0
CIG is pleased to announce a new release of ConMan (version
3.0.0), a 2D Cartesian finite element code for mantle convection. In this release, the cumbersome c-based
malloc package for dynamic memory allocation in Fortran77 is replaced with
allocate and deallocate statements. The
new version includes the compressible convection formulations commonly used in
deep earth dynamics as well as examples from the subduction zone
benchmark. Users looking for a simple code
that uses a direct matrix solver and has no external library dependencies may
find this code to be a useful starting point.
Please navigate to the ConMan software page to download the latest release: https://geodynamics.org/cig/software/conman/
To get help, please post to the Mantle Convection forum: https://community.geodynamics.org/c/mantle-convection/12
The authors request you cite the following when using the code:
King, S.D.; Raefsky, A.; Hager, B.H. (1990), Conman: vectorizing a finite element code for incompressible two-dimensional convection in the Earth’s mantle, Physics of the Earth and Planetary Interiors, 59 (3) , 195-207, doi: 10.1016/0031-9201(90)90225-M, url: http://linkinghub.elsevier.com/retrieve/pii/003192019090225M
Complete citations for all CIG codes can be found here: https://geodynamics.org/cig/abc
Many thanks to Scott King for his development and support of ConMan.