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# Materials System

## Available Objects

- Moose App
- ADPiecewiseLinearInterpolationMaterialCompute a property using a piecewise linear interpolation to define its dependence on a variable
- DerivativeParsedMaterialParsed Function Material with automatic derivatives.
- DerivativeSumMaterialMeta-material to sum up multiple derivative materials
- GenericConstantMaterial
- GenericConstantRankTwoTensor
- GenericFunctionMaterial
- ParsedMaterialParsed Function Material.
- PiecewiseLinearInterpolationMaterialCompute a property using a piecewise linear interpolation to define its dependence on a variable
- Rdg App
- AEFVMaterialA material kernel for the advection equation using a cell-centered finite volume method.
- Phase Field App
- ADMathFreeEnergyMaterial that implements the math free energy and its derivatives: F = 1/4(1 + c)^2*(1 - c)^2
- AsymmetricCrossTermBarrierFunctionMaterialFree energy contribution asymmetric across interfaces between arbitrary pairs of phases.
- BarrierFunctionMaterialHelper material to provide g(eta) and its derivative in a polynomial. SIMPLE: eta
^{2*(1-eta)}2 LOW: eta*(1-eta) HIGH: eta^{2*(1-eta}2)^2 - CompositeMobilityTensorAssemble a mobility tensor from multiple tensor contributions weighted by material properties
- ComputePolycrystalElasticityTensorCompute an evolving elasticity tensor coupled to a grain growth phase field model.
- ConstantAnisotropicMobilityProvide a constant mobility tensor value
- CrossTermBarrierFunctionMaterialFree energy contribution symmetric across interfaces between arbitrary pairs of phases.
- DeformedGrainMaterial
- DerivativeMultiPhaseMaterialTwo phase material that combines n phase materials using a switching function with and n nonconserved order parameters (to be used with SwitchingFunctionConstraint*).
- DerivativeTwoPhaseMaterialTwo phase material that combines two single phase materials using a switching function.
- DiscreteNucleationFree energy contribution for nucleating discrete particles
- ElasticEnergyMaterialFree energy material for the elastic energy contributions.
- ExternalForceDensityMaterialProviding external applied force density to grains
- ForceDensityMaterialCalculating the force density acting on a grain
- GBAnisotropy
- GBDependentAnisotropicTensorCompute anisotropic rank two tensor based on GB phase variable
- GBDependentDiffusivityCompute diffusivity rank two tensor based on GB phase variable
- GBEvolutionComputes necessary material properties for the isotropic grian growth model
- GBWidthAnisotropy
- GrainAdvectionVelocityCalculation the advection velocity of grain due to rigid vody translation and rotation
- GrandPotentialInterfaceCalculate Grand Potential interface parameters for a specified interfacial free energy and width
- IdealGasFreeEnergyFree energy of an ideal gas.
- InterfaceOrientationMaterial
- InterfaceOrientationMultiphaseMaterialThis Material accounts for the the orientation dependence of interfacial energy for multi-phase multi-order parameter phase-field model.
- KKSXeVacSolidMaterialKKS Solid phase free energy for Xe,Vac in UO2. Fm(cmg,cmv)
- MathEBFreeEnergyMaterial that implements the math free energy using the expression builder and automatric differentiation
- MathFreeEnergyMaterial that implements the math free energy and its derivatives: F = 1/4(1 + c)^2*(1 - c)^2
- MixedSwitchingFunctionMaterialHelper material to provide h(eta) and its derivative in one of two polynomial forms. MIX234 and MIX246
- MultiBarrierFunctionMaterialDouble well phase transformation barrier free energy contribution.
- PFCRFFMaterial
- PFCTradMaterialPolynomial coefficients for a phase field crystal correlation function
- PFParamsPolyFreeEnergyPhase field parameters for polynomial free energy for single component systems
- PhaseNormalTensorCalculate normal tensor of a phase based on gradient
- PolynomialFreeEnergyPolynomial free energy for single component systems
- RegularSolutionFreeEnergyMaterial that implements the free energy of a regular solution
- StrainGradDispDerivativesProvide the constant derivatives of strain w.r.t. the displacement gradient components.
- SwitchingFunction3PhaseMaterialMaterial for switching function that prevents formation of a third phase at a two-phase interface: h_i = eta_i
^{2/4 * [15 (1-eta_i) [1 + eta_i - (eta_k - eta_j)}2] + eta_i * (9eta_i^2 - 5)] - SwitchingFunctionMaterialHelper material to provide h(eta) and its derivative in one of two polynomial forms. SIMPLE: 3
*eta^2-2*eta^{3 HIGH: eta}3*(6*eta^2-15*eta+10) - SwitchingFunctionMultiPhaseMaterialCalculates the switching function for a given phase for a multi-phase, multi-order parameter model
- ThirdPhaseSuppressionMaterialFree Energy contribution that penalizes more than two order parameters being non-zero
- TimeStepMaterial
- VanDerWaalsFreeEnergyFree energy of a Van der Waals gas.
- VariableGradientMaterial
- Misc App
- ADDensityCreates density AD material property
- DensityCreates density material property
- XFEMApp
- ComputeCrackTipEnrichmentSmallStrain
- LevelSetBiMaterialRankFourCompute a RankFourTensor material property for bi-materials problem (consisting of two different materials) defined by a level set function.
- LevelSetBiMaterialRankTwoCompute a RankTwoTensor material property for bi-materials problem (consisting of two different materials) defined by a level set function.
- LevelSetBiMaterialRealCompute a Real material property for bi-materials problem (consisting of two different materials) defined by a level set function.
- Heat Conduction App
- AnisoHeatConductionMaterial
- ElectricalConductivity
- GapConductance
- GapConductanceConstantMaterial to compute a constant, prescribed gap conductance
- HeatConductionMaterialGeneral-purpose material model for heat conduction
- SemiconductorLinearConductivity
- Tensor Mechanics App
- ADComputeAxisymmetricRZFiniteStrainCompute a strain increment for finite strains under axisymmetric assumptions.
- ADComputeAxisymmetricRZIncrementalStrainCompute a strain increment and rotation increment for finite strains under axisymmetric assumptions.
- ADComputeAxisymmetricRZSmallStrainCompute a small strain in an Axisymmetric geometry
- ADComputeEigenstrainComputes a constant Eigenstrain
- ADComputeFiniteStrainCompute a strain increment and rotation increment for finite strains.
- ADComputeFiniteStrainElasticStressCompute stress using elasticity for finite strains
- ADComputeGreenLagrangeStrainCompute a Green-Lagrange strain.
- ADComputeIncrementalSmallStrainCompute a strain increment and rotation increment for small strains.
- ADComputeLinearElasticStressCompute stress using elasticity for small strains
- ADComputeMultipleInelasticStressCompute state (stress and internal parameters such as plastic strains and internal parameters) using an iterative process. Combinations of creep models and plastic models may be used.
- ADComputeRSphericalFiniteStrainCompute a strain increment and rotation increment for finite strains in 1D spherical symmetry problems.
- ADComputeRSphericalIncrementalStrainCompute a strain increment for incremental strains in 1D spherical symmetry problems.
- ADComputeRSphericalSmallStrainCompute a small strain 1D spherical symmetry case.
- ADComputeSmallStrainCompute a small strain.
- ADComputeThermalExpansionEigenstrainComputes eigenstrain due to thermal expansion with a constant coefficient
- ADComputeVariableIsotropicElasticityTensorCompute an isotropic elasticity tensor for elastic constants that change as a function of material properties
- ADPowerLawCreepStressUpdateThis class uses the stress update material in a radial return isotropic power law creep model. This class can be used in conjunction with other creep and plasticity materials for more complex simulations.
- AbruptSofteningSoftening model with an abrupt stress release upon cracking. This class is intended to be used with ComputeSmearedCrackingStress.
- CappedDruckerPragerCosseratStressUpdateCapped Drucker-Prager plasticity stress calculator for the Cosserat situation where the host medium (ie, the limit where all Cosserat effects are zero) is isotropic. Note that the return-map flow rule uses an isotropic elasticity tensor built with the 'host' properties defined by the user.
- CappedDruckerPragerStressUpdateCapped Drucker-Prager plasticity stress calculator
- CappedMohrCoulombCosseratStressUpdateCapped Mohr-Coulomb plasticity stress calculator for the Cosserat situation where the host medium (ie, the limit where all Cosserat effects are zero) is isotropic. Note that the return-map flow rule uses an isotropic elasticity tensor built with the 'host' properties defined by the user.
- CappedMohrCoulombStressUpdateNonassociative, smoothed, Mohr-Coulomb plasticity capped with tensile (Rankine) and compressive caps, with hardening/softening
- CappedWeakInclinedPlaneStressUpdateCapped weak inclined plane plasticity stress calculator
- CappedWeakPlaneCosseratStressUpdateCapped weak-plane plasticity Cosserat stress calculator
- CappedWeakPlaneStressUpdateCapped weak-plane plasticity stress calculator
- CombinedScalarDamageScalar damage model which is computed as a function of multiple scalar damage models
- CompositeEigenstrainAssemble an Eigenstrain tensor from multiple tensor contributions weighted by material properties
- CompositeElasticityTensorAssemble an elasticity tensor from multiple tensor contributions weighted by material properties
- ComputeAxisymmetric1DFiniteStrainCompute a strain increment and rotation increment for finite strains in an axisymmetric 1D problem
- ComputeAxisymmetric1DIncrementalStrainCompute strain increment for small strains in an axisymmetric 1D problem
- ComputeAxisymmetric1DSmallStrainCompute a small strain in an Axisymmetric 1D problem
- ComputeAxisymmetricRZFiniteStrainCompute a strain increment for finite strains under axisymmetric assumptions.
- ComputeAxisymmetricRZIncrementalStrainCompute a strain increment and rotation increment for finite strains under axisymmetric assumptions.
- ComputeAxisymmetricRZSmallStrainCompute a small strain in an Axisymmetric geometry
- ComputeBeamResultantsCompute forces and moments using elasticity
- ComputeConcentrationDependentElasticityTensorCompute concentration dependent elasticity tensor.
- ComputeCosseratElasticityTensorCompute Cosserat elasticity and flexural bending rigidity tensors
- ComputeCosseratIncrementalSmallStrainCompute incremental small Cosserat strains
- ComputeCosseratLinearElasticStressCompute Cosserat stress and couple-stress elasticity for small strains
- ComputeCosseratSmallStrainCompute small Cosserat strains
- ComputeCrackedStressComputes energy and modifies the stress for phase field fracture
- ComputeDamageStressCompute stress for damaged elastic materials in conjunction with a damage model.
- ComputeDeformGradBasedStressComputes stress based on lagrangian strain
- ComputeEigenstrainComputes a constant Eigenstrain
- ComputeEigenstrainBeamFromVariableComputes an eigenstrain from a set of variables
- ComputeEigenstrainFromInitialStressComputes an eigenstrain from an initial stress
- ComputeElasticityBeamComputes the equivalent of the elasticity tensor for the beam element, which are vectors of material translational and flexural stiffness.
- ComputeElasticityTensorCompute an elasticity tensor.
- ComputeElasticityTensorCPCompute an elasticity tensor for crystal plasticity.
- ComputeExtraStressConstantComputes a constant extra stress that is added to the stress calculated by the constitutive model
- ComputeExtraStressVDWGasComputes a hydrostatic stress corresponding to the pressure of a van der Waals gas that is added as an extra_stress to the stress computed by the constitutive model
- ComputeFiniteBeamStrainCompute a rotation increment for finite rotations of the beam and computes the small/large strain increments in the current rotated configuration of the beam.
- ComputeFiniteStrainCompute a strain increment and rotation increment for finite strains.
- ComputeFiniteStrainElasticStressCompute stress using elasticity for finite strains
- ComputeGlobalStrainMaterial for storing the global strain values from the scalar variable
- ComputeIncrementalBeamStrainCompute a infinitesimal/large strain increment for the beam.
- ComputeIncrementalSmallStrainCompute a strain increment and rotation increment for small strains.
- ComputeInstantaneousThermalExpansionFunctionEigenstrainComputes eigenstrain due to thermal expansion using a function that describes the instantaneous thermal expansion as a function of temperature
- ComputeInterfaceStressStress in the plane of an interface defined by the gradient of an order parameter
- ComputeIsotropicElasticityTensorCompute a constant isotropic elasticity tensor.
- ComputeLayeredCosseratElasticityTensorComputes Cosserat elasticity and flexural bending rigidity tensors relevant for simulations with layered materials. The layering direction is assumed to be perpendicular to the 'z' direction.
- ComputeLinearElasticPFFractureStressComputes the stress and free energy derivatives for the phase field fracture model, with small strain
- ComputeLinearElasticStressCompute stress using elasticity for small strains
- ComputeLinearViscoelasticStressDivides total strain into elastic + creep + eigenstrains
- ComputeMeanThermalExpansionFunctionEigenstrainComputes eigenstrain due to thermal expansion using a function that describes the mean thermal expansion as a function of temperature
- ComputeMultiPlasticityStressMaterial for multi-surface finite-strain plasticity
- ComputeMultipleInelasticCosseratStressCompute state (stress and other quantities such as plastic strains and internal parameters) using an iterative process, as well as Cosserat versions of these quantities. Only elasticity is currently implemented for the Cosserat versions.Combinations of creep models and plastic models may be used
- ComputeMultipleInelasticStressCompute state (stress and internal parameters such as plastic strains and internal parameters) using an iterative process. Combinations of creep models and plastic models may be used.
- ComputePlaneFiniteStrainCompute strain increment and rotation increment for finite strain under 2D planar assumptions.
- ComputePlaneIncrementalStrainCompute strain increment for small strain under 2D planar assumptions.
- ComputePlaneSmallStrainCompute a small strain under generalized plane strain assumptions where the out of plane strain is generally nonzero.
- ComputePlasticHeatEnergyPlastic heat energy density = stress * plastic_strain_rate
- ComputeRSphericalFiniteStrainCompute a strain increment and rotation increment for finite strains in 1D spherical symmetry problems.
- ComputeRSphericalIncrementalStrainCompute a strain increment for incremental strains in 1D spherical symmetry problems.
- ComputeRSphericalSmallStrainCompute a small strain 1D spherical symmetry case.
- ComputeReducedOrderEigenstrainaccepts eigenstrains and computes a reduced order eigenstrain for consistency in the order of strain and eigenstrains.
- ComputeSmallStrainCompute a small strain.
- ComputeSmearedCrackingStressCompute stress using a fixed smeared cracking model
- ComputeStrainIncrementBasedStressCompute stress after subtracting inelastic strain increments
- ComputeSurfaceTensionKKSSurface tension of an interface defined by the gradient of an order parameter
- ComputeThermalExpansionEigenstrainComputes eigenstrain due to thermal expansion with a constant coefficient
- ComputeThermalExpansionEigenstrainBeamComputes eigenstrain due to thermal expansion with a constant coefficient
- ComputeVariableBaseEigenStrainComputes Eigenstrain based on material property tensor base
- ComputeVariableEigenstrainComputes an Eigenstrain and its derivatives that is a function of multiple variables, where the prefactor is defined in a derivative material
- ComputeVariableIsotropicElasticityTensorCompute an isotropic elasticity tensor for elastic constants that change as a function of material properties
- ComputeVolumetricDeformGradComputes volumetric deformation gradient and adjusts the total deformation gradient
- ComputeVolumetricEigenstrainComputes an eigenstrain that is defined by a set of scalar material properties that summed together define the volumetric change. This also computes the derivatives of that eigenstrain with respect to a supplied set of variable dependencies.
- EshelbyTensorComputes the Eshelby tensor as a function of strain energy density and the first Piola-Kirchoff stress
- ExponentialSofteningSoftening model with an exponential softening response upon cracking. This class is intended to be used with ComputeSmearedCrackingStress.
- FiniteStrainCPSlipRateResCrystal Plasticity base class: FCC system with power law flow rule implemented
- FiniteStrainCrystalPlasticityCrystal Plasticity base class: FCC system with power law flow rule implemented
- FiniteStrainHyperElasticViscoPlasticMaterial class for hyper-elastic visco-platic flow: Can handle multiple flow models defined by flowratemodel type user objects
- FiniteStrainPlasticMaterialAssociative J2 plasticity with isotropic hardening.
- FiniteStrainUObasedCPUserObject based Crystal Plasticity system.
- FluxBasedStrainIncrementCompute strain increment based on flux
- GBRelaxationStrainIncrementCompute strain increment based on lattice relaxation at GB
- GeneralizedKelvinVoigtModelGeneralized Kelvin-Voigt model composed of a serial assembly of unit Kelvin-Voigt modules
- GeneralizedMaxwellModelGeneralized Maxwell model composed of a parralel assembly of unit Maxwell modules
- HyperElasticPhaseFieldIsoDamageComputes damaged stress and energy in the intermediate configuration assuming isotropy
- HyperbolicViscoplasticityStressUpdateThis class uses the discrete material for a hyperbolic sine viscoplasticity model in which the effective plastic strain is solved for using a creep approach.
- InclusionProperties
- IsotropicPlasticityStressUpdateThis class uses the discrete material in a radial return isotropic plasticity model. This class is one of the basic radial return constitutive models, yet it can be used in conjunction with other creep and plasticity materials for more complex simulations.
- IsotropicPowerLawHardeningStressUpdateThis class uses the discrete material in a radial return isotropic plasticity power law hardening model, solving for the yield stress as the intersection of the power law relation curve and Hooke's law. This class can be used in conjunction with other creep and plasticity materials for more complex simulations.
- LinearElasticTruss
- LinearViscoelasticStressUpdateCalculates an admissible state (stress that lies on or within the yield surface, plastic strains, internal parameters, etc). This class is intended to be a parent class for classes with specific constitutive models.
- MultiPhaseStressMaterialCompute a global stress form multiple phase stresses
- PowerLawCreepStressUpdateThis class uses the stress update material in a radial return isotropic power law creep model. This class can be used in conjunction with other creep and plasticity materials for more complex simulations.
- PowerLawSofteningSoftening model with an abrupt stress release upon cracking. This class is intended to be used with ComputeSmearedCrackingStress.
- ScalarMaterialDamageScalar damage model for which the damage is prescribed by another material
- StrainEnergyDensityComputes the strain energy density using a combination of the elastic and inelastic components of the strain increment, which is a valid assumption for monotonic behavior.
- StressBasedChemicalPotentialChemical potential from stress
- SumTensorIncrementsCompute tensor property by summing tensor increments
- TemperatureDependentHardeningStressUpdateComputes the stress as a function of temperature and plastic strain from user-supplied hardening functions. This class can be used in conjunction with other creep and plasticity materials for more complex simulations
- TensileStressUpdateAssociative, smoothed, tensile (Rankine) plasticity with hardening/softening
- ThermalFractureIntegralCalculates summation of the derivative of the eigenstrains with respect to temparture.
- TwoPhaseStressMaterialCompute a global stress in a two phase model
- VolumeDeformGradCorrectedStressTransforms stress with volumetric term from previous configuration to this configuration
- Fluid Properties App
- FluidPropertiesMaterialComputes fluid properties using (u, v) formulation
- FluidPropertiesMaterialPTFluid properties using the (pressure, temperature) formulation
- Porous Flow App
- PorousFlow1PhaseFullySaturatedThis Material is used for the fully saturated single-phase situation where porepressure is the primary variable
- PorousFlow1PhaseMD_GaussianThis Material is used for the single-phase situation where log(mass-density) is the primary variable. calculates the 1 porepressure and the 1 saturation in a 1-phase isothermal situation, and derivatives of these with respect to the PorousFlowVariables. A gaussian capillary function is assumed
- PorousFlow1PhasePThis Material is used for the fully saturated single-phase situation where porepressure is the primary variable
- PorousFlow2PhasePPThis Material calculates the 2 porepressures and the 2 saturations in a 2-phase isothermal situation, and derivatives of these with respect to the PorousFlowVariables
- PorousFlow2PhasePSThis Material calculates the 2 porepressures and the 2 saturations in a 2-phase isothermal situation, and derivatives of these with respect to the PorousFlowVariables.
- PorousFlowAqueousPreDisChemistryThis Material forms a std::vector of mineralisation reaction rates (L(precipitate)/L(solution)/s) appropriate to the aqueous precipitation-dissolution system provided. Note: the PorousFlowTemperature must be measured in Kelvin.
- PorousFlowAqueousPreDisMineralThis Material forms a std::vector of mineral concentrations (volume-of-mineral/volume-of-material) appropriate to the aqueous precipitation-dissolution system provided.
- PorousFlowBrineThis Material calculates fluid properties for brine at the quadpoints or nodes
- PorousFlowConstantBiotModulusComputes the Biot Modulus, which is assumed to be constant for all time. Sometimes 1 / BiotModulus is called storativity
- PorousFlowConstantThermalExpansionCoefficientComputes the effective thermal expansion coefficient, (biot_coeff - porosity) * drained_coefficient + porosity * fluid_coefficient.
- PorousFlowDarcyVelocityMaterialThis Material calculates the Darcy velocity for all phases
- PorousFlowDiffusivityConstThis Material provides constant tortuosity and diffusion coefficients
- PorousFlowDiffusivityMillingtonQuirkThis Material provides saturation-dependent diffusivity using the Millington-Quirk model
- PorousFlowEffectiveFluidPressureThis Material calculates an effective fluid pressure: effective_stress = total_stress + biot_coeff*effective_fluid_pressure. The effective_fluid_pressure = sum_{phases}(S_phase * P_phase)
- PorousFlowFluidStateClass for fluid state calculations using persistent primary variables and a vapor-liquid flash
- PorousFlowFluidStateBrineCO2Fluid state class for brine and CO2
- PorousFlowFluidStateWaterNCGFluid state class for water and non-condensable gas
- PorousFlowJoinerThis Material forms a std::vector of properties, old properties (optionally), and derivatives, out of the individual phase properties
- PorousFlowMassFractionThis Material forms a std::vector<std::vector ...> of mass-fractions out of the individual mass fractions
- PorousFlowMassFractionAqueousEquilibriumChemistryThis Material forms a std::vector<std::vector ...> of mass-fractions (total concentrations of primary species (m
^{{3}(primary species)/m}{3}(solution)) and since this is for an aqueous system only, mass-fraction equals volume-fraction) corresponding to an aqueous equilibrium chemistry system. The first mass fraction is the concentration of the first primary species, etc, and the last mass fraction is the concentration of H2O. - PorousFlowMatrixInternalEnergyThis Material calculates the internal energy of solid rock grains, which is specific_heat_capacity * density * temperature. Kernels multiply this by (1 - porosity) to find the energy density of the porous rock in a rock-fluid system
- PorousFlowNearestQpProvides the nearest quadpoint to a node in each element
- PorousFlowPermeabilityConstThis Material calculates the permeability tensor assuming it is constant
- PorousFlowPermeabilityConstFromVarThis Material calculates the permeability tensor given by the input variables
- PorousFlowPermeabilityExponentialThis Material calculates the permeability tensor from an exponential function of porosity: k = k_ijk * BB exp(AA phi), where k_ijk is a tensor providing the anisotropy, phi is porosity, and AA and BB are empirical constants. The user can provide input for the function expressed in ln k, log k or exponential forms (see poroperm_function).
- PorousFlowPermeabilityKozenyCarmanThis Material calculates the permeability tensor from a form of the Kozeny-Carman equation, k = k_ijk * A * phi
^{n / (1 - phi)}m, where k_ijk is a tensor providing the anisotropy, phi is porosity, n and m are positive scalar constants and A is given in one of the following forms: A = k0 * (1 - phi0)^m / phi0^n (where k0 and phi0 are a reference permeability and porosity) or A = f * d^2 (where f is a scalar constant and d is grain diameter. - PorousFlowPermeabilityTensorFromVarThis Material calculates the permeability tensor from a coupled variable multiplied by a tensor
- PorousFlowPorosityThis Material calculates the porosity PorousFlow simulations
- PorousFlowPorosityConstThis Material calculates the porosity assuming it is constant
- PorousFlowPorosityHMBiotModulusThis Material calculates the porosity for hydro-mechanical simulations, assuming that the Biot modulus and the fluid bulk modulus are both constant. This is useful for comparing with solutions from poroelasticity theory, but is less accurate than PorousFlowPorosity
- PorousFlowRelativePermeabilityBCBrooks-Corey relative permeability
- PorousFlowRelativePermeabilityBWBroadbridge-White form of relative permeability
- PorousFlowRelativePermeabilityConstThis class sets the relative permeability to a constant value (default = 1)
- PorousFlowRelativePermeabilityCoreyThis Material calculates relative permeability of the fluid phase, using the simple Corey model ((S-S_res)/(1-sum(S_res)))^n
- PorousFlowRelativePermeabilityFLACThis Material calculates relative permeability of a phase using a model inspired by FLAC
- PorousFlowRelativePermeabilityVGThis Material calculates relative permeability of a phase using the van Genuchten model
- PorousFlowSingleComponentFluidThis Material calculates fluid properties at the quadpoints for a single component fluid
- PorousFlowTemperatureMaterial to provide temperature at the quadpoints or nodes and derivatives of it with respect to the PorousFlow variables
- PorousFlowThermalConductivityFromPorosityThis Material calculates rock-fluid combined thermal conductivity for the single phase, fully saturated case by using a linear weighted average. Thermal conductivity = phi * lambda_f + (1 - phi) * lambda_s, where phi is porosity, and lambda_f, lambda_s are thermal conductivities of the fluid and solid (assumed constant)
- PorousFlowThermalConductivityIdealThis Material calculates rock-fluid combined thermal conductivity by using a weighted sum. Thermal conductivity = dry_thermal_conductivity + S^exponent * (wet_thermal_conductivity - dry_thermal_conductivity), where S is the aqueous saturation
- PorousFlowTotalGravitationalDensityFullySaturatedFromPorosityThis Material calculates the porous medium density from the porosity, solid density (assumed constant) and fluid density, for the fully-saturated single fluid phase case, using a linear weighted average. density = phi * rho_f + (1 - phi) * rho_s, where phi is porosity and rho_f, rho_s are the densities of the fluid and solid phases.
- PorousFlowVolumetricStrainCompute volumetric strain and the volumetric_strain rate, for use in PorousFlow.
- Navier Stokes App
- AirAir.
- INSADMaterialThis is the material class used to compute some of the strong residuals for the INS equations.
- INSADTauMaterialThis is the material class used to compute the stabilization parameter tau.
- Chemical Reactions App
- LangmuirMaterialMaterial type that holds info regarding Langmuir desorption from matrix to porespace and viceversa
- MollifiedLangmuirMaterialMaterial type that holds info regarding MollifiedLangmuir desorption from matrix to porespace and viceversa

## Available Actions

- Moose App
- AddMaterialAction
- Porous Flow App
- PorousFlowAddMaterialActionMakes sure that the correct nodal and/or qp materials are added for each property
- PorousFlowAddMaterialJoinerAdds PorousFlowJoiner materials as required for each phase-dependent property