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guest7777 April 4, 2006 08:30

projecting on shells
 
Hello, I want to project physical quantities on shells created by PSCREATE. The shells are not neat-looking in the sense there are a few which are too pointed or small. Is this a problem ? Due to the mesh geometry I have defined the planes with the command SNORM, vertex I,vertex II, vertex II and then used PSCREATE for the fluid cells around this section-plane. Thanks

TG April 4, 2006 08:43

Re: projecting on shells
 
There is no problem with the shapes. Depending on whether your starting data is cell-centered or smoothed (vertex data) the projection will either use each shell centroid or each vertex. There is no use of their shapes in the process.

guest7777 April 4, 2006 08:45

Re: projecting on shells
 
To TG thank you very much.


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