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Old   May 24, 2004, 21:37
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D Harvey
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I have a UDS that solves only in a specific set of zones, so as a result I have real values in two rectangular blocks of my grid and an upper block that has zeros. When I plot the UDS-0 in the display option in fluent I have this brutal node interpolation that happens on the boundaries b/w the two blocks with real values and the block with zeros. The interpolation masks what is happening at those boundaries such that I can't check to see if they are really behaving properly. I have tried turning off node values but it doesn't result in a nice looking plot and is difficult to tell much from it. Any suggestion how to get around this?

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DH
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