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Old   September 4, 2001, 10:58
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Where is the command xvlast,yvlast? How it works? I am learning how to use Phoenics?

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Old   September 5, 2001, 04:08
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Dear Ricardo

It is XULAST. Try to see them in POLIS or users manuals. Both are excelent tools to start learning PHOENICS. There you can find how YOU can works with them.

The following lines were extracted from POLIS Encyclopaedia:



---- Real; default=1.0; group 3 ----- - the overall length of the integration domain in the x-direction, measured in metres for

CARTES=T, and in radians for CARTES=F.

The U in the name is a reminder that the staggered-grid arrangements entail that the extremity of the

domain in the x-direction is occupied by a velocity (specifically, U1 and U2) location. Grid points at

which pressure, temperature, volume fraction and other scalar quantities are located lie halfway

between velocity locations.

In parabolic calculations, XULAST can be changed as a function of downstream location by means of the

parameter AZXU.


Try to see also GRDPWR command for more info about XULAST and symilars. We are here to help you to learn (if we can).


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