Difference between revisions of "Snip calculate field value at point"

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(nah, I'll leave it out of the coding guide category for now. Undo revision 14198 by Wyldckat (talk))
 
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label probeCell = mesh.findCell(probePoint);
 
label probeCell = mesh.findCell(probePoint);
  
const labelList& probeCellNeighbours = mesh.cellCells()[probeCell];
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const labelList& probeCellNeighbours = mesh.cellCells()[probeCell];
  
 
forAll(probeCellNeighbours, cellI)
 
forAll(probeCellNeighbours, cellI)
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TODO
 
TODO
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Latest revision as of 10:30, 2 November 2013

The original question (as posten on the Message board) was: Given a position as (x,y,z), I want the u or p value in this point by using interpolation.

1 Doing the interpolation by yourself

 
vector probePoint(x,y,z);
label probeCell = mesh.findCell(probePoint);
 
const labelList& probeCellNeighbours = mesh.cellCells()[probeCell];
 
forAll(probeCellNeighbours, cellI)
{
  // Do your stuff
}

2 Using OpenFOAM's interpolation classes

TODO