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Old   July 17, 2011, 10:35
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I'm a newbie in CFD analysis.
There is one thing I don't understand:

If I compute a CFD problem by using FEM, and I regard the pressure values of the nodes, are they the "real" computed pressure values at the node or are they interpolated like in a structural case the stresses?

I hope, someone can help,

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