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Old   July 2, 2009, 06:18
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Hello friends,
Well I use PHOENICS 3.5.1 and am currently trying to do a current distribution problem in 3 dimensions.
I need to give the boundary conditions in 3-d patches.
While doing the same problem in 2-d i gave the following ground coding.
"DO IY=1,IG(2)
But how do i declare a 3-d array??
I need to know what functions should i use instead of F(INDYX)???
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Old   August 13, 2009, 12:24
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The patches are always visited 'per Z plane', and only on planes where the patch exists. You do not need to declare 3D arrays or change your code, though something like:

do ix=ixf,ixl
do iy=iyf,iyl

would be a more normal way of doing it. ixf,ixl,iyf,oyl are set internally to the limts of the current patch so you don't need to set them yourself.
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