OpenPNM is a comprehensive framework for performing pore network simulations of porous materials.
For more details about the package can be found in the on-line documentation
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Installation and Requirements
The preferred way of installing OpenPNM is through Anaconda Cloud using:
conda install -c conda-forge openpnm
OpenPNM can also be installed from the Python Package Index using:
pip install openpnm
However, we don't recommend installing using
pypardiso, which is a blazing fast direct solver, is not available for Windows users who use Python 3.7+.
For developers who intend to change the source code or contribute to OpenPNM, the source code can be downloaded from Github and installed by running:
pip install -e 'path/to/downloaded/files'
The advantage to installing from the source code is that you can edit the files and have access to your changes each time you import OpenPNM.
OpenPNM requires the Scipy Stack (Numpy, Scipy, Matplotlib, etc), which is most conveniently obtained by installing the Anaconda Distribution.
The following code block illustrates how to use OpenPNM to perform a mercury intrusion porosimetry simulation:
import openpnm as op pn = op.network.Cubic(shape=[10, 10, 10], spacing=0.0001) geo = op.geometry.StickAndBall(network=pn, pores=pn.Ps, throats=pn.Ts) Hg = op.phases.Mercury(network=pn) phys = op.physics.Standard(network=pn, phase=Hg, geometry=geo) mip = op.algorithms.Porosimetry(network=pn) mip.setup(phase=Hg) mip.set_inlets(pores=pn.pores(['left', 'right', 'top', 'bottom'])) mip.run()
The network can be visualized in
ParaView giving the following:
The drainage curve can be visualized with
mip.plot_intrusion_curve() giving something like this:
A collection of examples is available in the examples folder of this repository: Examples