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Old   October 21, 2002, 10:01
Default How to caculate cell volume
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Tareq Al-shaalan
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1 -Could you please tell me of an articals or free books that explain how to caculate the cell volume with general shape.

2 - is there free Algorithm on teh internet that will Calculate 3D cell volume.

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Tareq
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Old   October 21, 2002, 17:59
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if you are dealing with generalized curvilinear structural grids. It is quite simple, just the reciprocal of the grid Jacobian J = d(si, eta, gama)/d(x, y, z).
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Old   November 4, 2002, 09:48
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You will find the formulation in the CFD book of Ferziger and Peric. In short, the definition is:

volume = SUM over f of (x_f Ax_f)

where f is all the faces of a control volume x_f the x coordinate of the cell face centre Ax_f the x coordinate of the outward pointing face area vector.
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