- To get a better idea of the capabilities of Gerris, you should have a look at the examples. The test suite also gives many examples of more academic test cases.
- The Frequently Asked Questions page may shed light on general and specific questions about Gerris.
- If you wish to learn how to use Gerris the best place to start is the tutorial.
- If you want a very basic tutorial Basic Tutorial
- If you are interested in river floods you can use the alternative Karamea flood tutorial.
- If you want to learn fluid mechanics (and can read French) have a look at Gerris par un nul: the lecture notes with Gerris examples by Pierre-Yves Lagrée.
- The object hierarchy page gives detailed information about the function and syntax of the various Gerris objects used in parameter files.
- If things are still unclear after reading the available documentation, you can use the various mailing lists to share questions and answers with other users.
- If you want to know what is happening/coming up in Gerris development have a look at the wishlist/roadmap.
- If you use Blender, you may be interested in the "Using Blender to create solids for Gerris" tutorial.
- If you want to extend/modify the source code, a good starting point is the Gerris Flow Solver Programming Course for Dummies.
- The bibliography lists a number of scientific papers describing or using Gerris.