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How div(surfaceScalarField) is calculated ?

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Old   May 26, 2014, 07:06
Default How div(surfaceScalarField) is calculated ?
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Hi,

can anyone explain how div(phi) is calculated in icoFoam. In c++ source guide it says

"This function object calculates the divergence of a field. The operation is limited to surfaceScalarFields and volumeVector fields, and the output is a volume scalar field."
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