Hi to everybody! I need to co
Hi to everybody!
I need to control explicitly the interpolation scheme used in the fvc::grad operator. I read that if I use fvc::grad(phi), where phi is a vol<type>Field, the gradient is performed with the linear interpolation of phi on the cell-faces, while if I whant to control the interpolation scheme I have to set phi to a surface<type>Field.
The problem is that if I put
surfaceTensorField phi = mesh.Sf()*u1;
it doesn't work!
Thank you, Ivan
Ivan, Actually, grad(phi) use
Actually, grad(phi) uses the corresponding technique stipulated in the fvSchemes file, which is not always linear interpolation. You can control this behavior by changing inputs, not code.
David, you mean that if I wan
you mean that if I want to compute my gradient of volScalarField p with a (for example) cubic scheme I just have to write:
and after in the fvSchemes I have to write
default Gauss cubic;
If it is, I misunderstood the programmer's guide passage in which it says that if put a vol<type>Field in a fvc::div or in a fvc:grad, the code uses by default a linear centred interpolation for the variables...
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