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nick May 29, 2008 12:20

some parameters in NASA-VOF 2D
 
i have some problems in reading NASA VOF2D codes. such as meshx,nvor. what's the meaning of submesh regions and void regions? how these regions define in the domain? does anyone help me thank you

Mehdi Asghari June 16, 2008 12:41

Re: some parameters in NASA-VOF 2D
 
Why don't you use RIPPLE software? It is a modern version of NASA-VOF 2D.It is recommended because it has more capability in comparision with NASA-VOF.

otd June 17, 2008 10:33

Re: some parameters in NASA-VOF 2D
 
The documentation for sola-vof is pretty clear. It'll help you understand the nasa-vof2d documentation.

Last time I checked (a few years ago!), they weren't giving ripple out.

Ghayai mireb July 25, 2008 00:08

Re: some parameters in NASA-VOF 2D
 
can anyoune send me the documentation of nasa-vof2d

shipgod63 July 31, 2010 10:37

Vof 3D
 
can anyoune send me the documentation of nasa-vof3d


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