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Old   February 16, 2017, 07:32
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Hi guys,
i am currently trying to understand what does exactly calculate the wallGradU utility. I know that it provides a gradient of U near to wall, but i want to know exactly what is done. For example,
- Which values of T are used to calculate this gradient ?
- In which way is the mesh implied in the process ?
- ...etc
Reading the source code, i don't really understant what is done because i don't use to program into OF.
Can anybody explain to me what does this tool ?
Thanks a lot,
Laurent
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Mistake in my previous message :
- Which values of U are used (instead of T) ?
Of course...
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