|March 30, 2010, 08:39||
Description file for manual decomposition
Join Date: Mar 2010
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i am trying to decompose my domain which is rotation-symmetric into more than 4, let's say 8, equally big regions. I guess the only way to have a pie-like distribution along the rotation axis (preserving hence the symmetry) is to use a manual decomposition.
The manual decomposition in my case would just depend on the cylindrical coordinates of my cell centers. Nevertheless, i can't find any utility saving just the cell-center coordinates in the same order as would be done by setFields for example, so that i can directly manipulate them in a cellDist-like file for my manualCoeffs.
Has anyone already worked directly on cell-center coordinates for a manual decomposition or something in this direction? I'd be grateful for any tips.
|celldist, decomposition, manual, manualcoeffs|
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