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Old   August 8, 2002, 21:05
Default How can I know a cell is boundary in the posdat.f
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I wanna judge if a cell is boundary cell. How can I do it? Thanks. YW
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Old   August 9, 2002, 02:53
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I don't know if You can get this info directly, but one possibility is, to give Your boundary cells a different cell type. In posdat.f You can access cells using their ICTID (look at NOM.INC in Your ufile directory for the names of the variables).

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