|June 15, 2010, 03:40||
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I am new to this forum and I already searched for other topics but i couldn't find a problem like this.
I have 3-dimensional-data of fluid-velocities u,v and w (each about 500x500x500). I have ten of these data-sets, each for a different time-step.
Now I want to do a POD on the two velocities normal to the flowdirection. I just want to analyse a single layer at a time, but then i still have 2 500x500-matrices and i have no idea how to combine them properly to do a POD on them.
Could anybody give me a hint or help me out on this?
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