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axting January 4, 2010 09:51

plot.f in Peric's code
 
I use the code named plot.f,This takes as input the data which is output from the solvers written by peric .Then,it let me input " NGRID",and I cannot understand about NGRID. Any help is well appreciated .

cflange January 5, 2010 03:24

NGRID in plot.f is the number of multigrid grid levels that the input file contains. It corresponds to NGR in grid.f. Both are generic grid and plot programs that can be used with multigrid and single grid cases. For single grid calculations, simply use NGRID=NGR=1.

axting January 6, 2010 22:00

Quote:

Originally Posted by cflange (Post 241495)
NGRID in plot.f is the number of multigrid grid levels that the input file contains. It corresponds to NGR in grid.f. Both are generic grid and plot programs that can be used with multigrid and single grid cases. For single grid calculations, simply use NGRID=NGR=1.

Thank you,I'll try it.


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