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Old   May 11, 2021, 07:35
Default Need Help with writing Fortran code for Algebraic 2D grid generation(mapping)
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Hello everyone I should write a Fortran code for the following problem: (Grid mapping)



My question is how to input the main 2D shape (Upper grid in photo)?
And yes I searched google but couldn't find anything related.

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Ok so I figured it out and it was actually simple so after finishing it, I will upload it here for those who will need it in the future.
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