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Old   November 9, 2002, 17:44
Default How can I the relation between IPstar and ICTMAP?
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Miles
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I'm writing the user subroutine of BCDEFI. I know that the IPstar is the number of the cell in star, and ICTMAP is for prostar. Now when I run the star, I can know the IP of star, but I need to know exactly for each cell the number of prostar. Does anyone know how to find the relation between them.
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Old   November 10, 2002, 19:07
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Joern Beilke
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Have a look at www.adapco-online.com

There are some articles about subroutine programming. Since bcdefi.f is called for boundary faces I can not see why you need cell numbers at all.

Anyway there is an example about the star/prostar cell numbering at the above page.

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Old   November 10, 2002, 20:21
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Yes,you are right.I only need the cell number of the boundary. But I think it must be a general rule for the relation.
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Old   November 22, 2002, 10:02
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IP is the PROSTAR number. The clue is in the use of the P in the variable name. Try looking in nom.inc
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