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hermallorn May 12, 2006 12:23

Using engineering data to move a mesh
 
Can you use the engineering data in the newxyz subroutine to update the mesh? I am modelling air flow in MEMS with cantilever and I want to use the shear force and torque measured to deform the mesh. but I can't find how to access the data! (you can load it in graph register with edload but how do you get values from these registers?)

Thanks!

Pauli May 12, 2006 20:47

Re: Using engineering data to move a mesh
 
Use posdat.f to compute the quantity of interest. Then pass it to newxyz via a common block.


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