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Old   April 24, 2005, 22:57
Default Who has the code of "tecexe"
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Hi everyone i need the .for code of the conversion from phi file to tecplot file.can someone who has it send it to my mail box? thank u very much.
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Old   May 1, 2005, 13:10
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cham have it? ask them, I don't know if I can send it to you, I'm gonna ask.


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Old   May 3, 2005, 13:14
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I would like to see some code that will let me look at convergence in two dimensions, such as contour plots in PHOTON without having to go through the field dumping procedure - which is very, very time consumming and you can miss the onset of solution divergence. This is of particular importance when trying to figure out "what" is blowing up (pressure, velocity, temperature) and "where" (i.e., in the two dimensional plane). The cartesian monitors in EARTH are pretty useless for this.

BTW: I do mainly CHEMKIN 2D problems with a LOT of species...


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