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Old   April 7, 2005, 03:56
Default Smooth representation of VOF interface
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I am using the VOF model and have retained all the reconstruction gradients (under solve/set/expert, Keep temporary solver memory from being freed?). Under display/contours, I have access now to additional variables. Could someone tell me please what the following variables represent and how they are calculated:

Smoothed VOF TMP 1 TMP-V-0-dX TMP-V-0-dY TMP-V-0-magnitude

More generally, I would like to find a way to represent smoothly a VOF interface.

Thanking you in advance for you help, Pierre

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Old   January 15, 2014, 08:50
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