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Old   August 15, 2007, 13:12
Default hi. I am considering a prob
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hi.

I am considering a problem where I want to have a quantity distributed on a separate internal scale (say w from 0 to 1), and this quantity has values similar to a volscalar field, that is, distributed over the range of w at each (x,y,z) location. In effect scalar(w,x,y,z).

Is there an example anyone could point me to where such a concept is implemented?

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Old   August 15, 2007, 21:51
Default hi, Your query sounds like
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hi,

Your query sounds like a VOF problem.
Did you have a look at the Dambreak tutorial (U-55)?

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