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Old   October 31, 2012, 02:50
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What is the meaning of velocity.helicity and velocity.absolute helicity?

Are they presenting dot product directly in CFXPost?

Please help me in understanding the term....
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No, the dot does not represent dot product. The dot represents a property of the velocity variable. Helicity is described int he documentation.
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In document they are defining as dot product of velocity and vorticity. my query is with what is the difference absolute helicity and normalized helicity? in post processing what stands for absolute helicity and what for normalized? my interest is normalized helicity...

If it is not available can you please guide me how to write CCl for the same...
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