SpECTRE
v2023.05.16

Calculate \(\Psi_0\) and its radial derivative \(\partial_\underline{\lambda}\Psi_0\) at the inner boundary of the CCE grid. More...
#include <Psi0Matching.hpp>
Public Types  
using  const_global_cache_tags = tmpl::list< Tags::LMax > 
using  mutators = tmpl::list< TransformBondiJToCauchyCoords, PreSwshDerivatives< Tags::Dy< Tags::BondiJCauchyView > >, PreSwshDerivatives< Tags::Dy< Tags::Dy< Tags::BondiJCauchyView > > >, VolumeWeyl< Tags::Psi0Match >, PreSwshDerivatives< Tags::Dy< Tags::Psi0Match > >, InnerBoundaryWeyl > 
Static Public Member Functions  
template<typename DbTags , typename... InboxTags, typename Metavariables , typename ArrayIndex , typename ActionList , typename ParallelComponent >  
static Parallel::iterable_action_return_t  apply (db::DataBox< DbTags > &box, const tuples::TaggedTuple< InboxTags... > &, const Parallel::GlobalCache< Metavariables > &, const ArrayIndex &, const ActionList, const ParallelComponent *const) 
Calculate \(\Psi_0\) and its radial derivative \(\partial_\underline{\lambda}\Psi_0\) at the inner boundary of the CCE grid.
This action is to be called after Tags::BondiJ
has been updated. Note that Tags::BondiJ
is in the asymptotically inertial frame, while the returned \(\Psi_0\) and its radial derivative are in the Cauchy frame. \(\underline \lambda\) is an affine parameter along the null rays generated by \(l\), see Eq. (19a) of [120].