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Old   February 9, 2004, 09:38
Default 'Bug' in PHOENICS 3.5.1??
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I ran a VR Tutorial 9: Inlet internal to the Domain... instead of having the inlet as a vertical patch, I created it as a horizontal patch. During the calculation, the Earth run screen shows zero (i.e. 1e-20) vertical velocity component near the inlet (i.e. within a cell next to the inlet patch). I set the probe's location using Monitor-Cell Location inside Main Menu/Output. But after the calculation, at the same location, the VR Viewer shows non-zero (i.e. 1e+00) vertical velocity component. Is there a 'bug' related to Earth run screen?
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Old   February 9, 2004, 23:11
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Can anyone please help me?
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