*Rayleigh*: MHD in Spherical Geometry
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Rayleigh solves the magnetohydrodynamic (MHD) equations, in a rotating frame, within spherical shells,
using the anelastic or Boussinesq approximations.
Derivatives in Rayleigh are calculated using a spectral transform scheme.
Spherical harmonics are used as basis functions in the horizontal direction.
Chebyshev polynomials are employed in radius.
Time-stepping is accomplished using the semi-implicit Crank-Nicolson method
for the linear terms, and the Adams-Bashforth method for the nonlinear terms.
Both methods are second-order in time.
This documentation is structured into the following sections:
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doc/source/User_Guide/index.rst
doc/source/citing_rayleigh
doc/source/accessing_and_sharing_data
doc/source/research_enabled_by_rayleigh
doc/source/quick_reference
doc/source/getting_help