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Old   October 5, 2008, 23:49
Default question about curve boundary in NASA-VOF
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I had successed in running the fortran codes of nasa vof-2d for the tank draining problem. The result at cycle=0 is the same as the example listing in the artical. Then I want to use tecplot 10.0 to display f(i,j) and p(i,j),but there comes a problem that the curve boundary is incorrect. But the set of obstacle is correct! Then I checked the codes, but I counld't find anything! Please help me!

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