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Hi,
I have a 2D uniform mesHi,
I have a 2D uniform mesh with 0.5<=x<=1, 0<=y<=0.5, created using blockMesh. I'm computing the following expression, PMS_ ( IOobject ( "PMS", runTime_.timeName(), mesh_, IOobject::NO_READ, IOobject::AUTO_WRITE ), log(2.0*x()-pow(x(),2)+0.25)*log(4.0*pow(y(),3)-3.0*pow(y(),2)+1.25) ) where x() and y() is defined in the following way, tmp<volscalarfield> MSolution::x() const { return mesh_.C().component(vector::X)/L_; } where L_=1.0m. For a small grid, 20x20 nodes large, this gives PMS=0.0 at the boundaryFields, (x=0.5, 0<=y<=0.5) and (y=0.5, 0.5<=x<=1). This is the correct behavior. The problem is when I increase the grid resolution to maybe 100x100. Then I get values that are not equal to 0 on the boundary. I think it's important to add that these values are of the magnitude 1e-18, quite small depending on the circumstances. I have checked the polyMesh directory and everything seems to be correct there. I really don't understand this. Any suggestions? Regards, Andreas |

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