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Old   September 2, 2004, 07:57
Default help !!!!variable output in cylindrical coordinate
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dear friends...

i am solving for potential distribution across a cylinder divided in three set the properties in different region i have put such codings in lampr section
















previously i was using varyx commands(in case of cartes) to retrieve the data but now i want to write the values of variable(c1) in a file in the format used above..i tried but valuse are not the one which are there in result file .either i am unable to write iz slab wise values or u can help me out....
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Old   September 2, 2004, 16:39
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Just to try and open this question up a bit, as I dont completely understand.

Are you trying to set the Prandtl number/diffusivity for a variable you are solving C1 ?

Are you in ground Group 9 ?

I have never bumped into the variable ELCO, can you tell us what this is?

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Old   September 3, 2004, 01:04
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well thanks 4 ur reply..i am solving for a steady state potential distribution( cylindrical) by whole-field solver and have to set to properties for three different have to go into section 7 of group9 and set the laminar diffusivities of different regions .elco is defined by me to store the values of diffusive coefficient as i run the programme i get correct distribution(values of c1) in result file but i want to write these in a file opened by user(me) ..or is there a way i can feed the laminar diffusivity coefficient in gr9 for cyl cordinate ...
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Old   September 8, 2004, 21:28
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I am not sure if I understood your question, but if you want to write your own file, you may do like this: (1) Go to the ground section just after the sentence "end of time step" (I am not with PHOENICS here, so I do not know exactly the number of the group) (2) use a traditional fortran code to: - open a file - write your data at this file using your format choice (use a fortran do loop to choose the positions you want to print) - close the file (3) recompile your code and run (use private option) I may sent an example if you need.

Good luck!
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