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Old   October 2, 2012, 13:36
Default Numbering of cells for surfacefirleds
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Hi FOAMERS
Does anyone know how the surfacescalarfields are numbered in of. For example, for a surfacescalarfield like phi, which location does the phi[celli] exactly refer?
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Hi
See the polymesh folder in constant folder of one tutorial. I think you can explore your answer.
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