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Old   January 24, 2013, 06:26
Default how to find which cell center a speciefic result refers to?
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how can i find the location of point that a number in the column of results refer to ? Whats the system of arranging of results of each property at each time step?my case have a simple rectangular geometry.from where does it start to write cell centers information?
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Although some of the content is deprecated, you can find the answers in the programmers guide, located in doc/Guides-usletter/ProgrammersGuide.pdf. Read Section 2.3 "Discretisation of the solution domain".
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