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Old   April 3, 2012, 04:52
Default draw any scalar vs. cell volume
Soeren Werner
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Dear OpenFOAMers,

I run a transient case with dynamic mesh in parallel.

I would like to get a table (or something similar) in which I get a scalar. lets say pressure and the corresponding cell volume.

p cell_vol
... ...

Since it is a parallel case I got the results in folders for the processors.
As I understand, the values for pressure at a certain row in the files correspond to a certain cell - so it should be possible to compare e.g. pressure vs. vel-mag in a certain cell? Am I rite?

What I need to do now is just to calculate the cell volume for every time step in parallel.

Any help is much appreciated.


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