When submitting a zipped file containing all LaTeX source files, figures, etc., one needs to make sure that only a single file with “.tex” extension is present.
So far, we did not investigate whether
%!TEX root = <master file name>
in supplementary source files would help EVISE to identify the master document.
export PS1="\[$(tput setaf 4)\]\[$(tput bold)\]\u@\h:\W\\$ \[$(tput sgr0)\]"
in .environment file, to avoid overlapping of long commands in bash shell
Group members Aritra Chakraborty (2nd from left), Tias Maiti (center), and graduate student Jialin Liu (right) together with Robert “Bob” Hayes (Metals Technology, Inc., 2nd from right) and Philip Eisenlohr (left) after an Indian dinner in San Diego, CA, during the TMS Annual Meeting.
I decided to fully share the gri-plotting repository and relocated it to github.com. Please update your settings:
git remote add origin firstname.lastname@example.org:eisenlohr/gri-plotting.git
git branch --set-upstream-to=origin/master master
While using the thermo-mechanical solver in DAMASK, we (me and Tias) figured that if we specify some thermal source, we need an initial deltaT for convergence. For example, even if we have a bicrystal and we give zero deltaT then the calculation fails even at the first increment because the 2-PK is zero.
However, if we start even with a minute deltaT (1K or so..) we get convergence. But if we have a single crystal this situation doesn’t arise. This is something to keep in mind, and possible requires delving into.