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Old   December 16, 2002, 07:25
Default BFC cell geometry definitions
Olof Liungman
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I use results from PHOENICS to calculate particle spreading in another software (BFC grid). I run into problems when I try to construct general routines for calculating where in a cell a cartesian position is, in which cell a cartesian position is, etc. My question is: how does PHOENICS define a cell wall in BFC, if the four corners are not on a plane? What about the cell volume?


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