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Old   November 21, 2000, 13:32
Default CAFFA
Zdravko Stojanovic
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Dear colleagues,

I am studying the CAFFA code (from the book by Ferziger & Peric). I would like to understand it completely. It would be very convenient if somebody could supply me with any sort of documentation, or other information concerning the meaning of variables in the code. I am somewhat confused by a multitude of arrays related to boundaries, walls, symmetry boundaries, etc...

Grateful in advance...
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Old   November 24, 2000, 12:37
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Dear Zdravko,

I am quite familiar with the code you are mentioning (the non-multigrid version). Feel free to ask me about the meaning of the variables.

best regards

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