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Old   June 14, 2019, 11:03
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Hi all,


I used olaFlow for my simulation and now I want to check my free surface with the experimental data that I have.
I wanted to use free surface folder which has elevation of free surface in every written time step. I have a question, I assumed that these data should be for every cell, and just repeat in every time step, but the order of x and y data is not equal for two different time step. Also, I assumed that these x and y are belonged to mesh boundary, but although my mesh size is 1 cm , I have one point with x=0.002074603 for example.


Can anyone help me understand this please?


I will appreciate any guidance.


Thanks,
Shima.
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