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|ID||Project||Category||View Status||Date Submitted||Last Update|
|0003543||OpenFOAM||Feature||public||2020-09-03 17:09||2020-09-03 17:23|
|Reporter||Stefan Boskovic||Assigned To||henry|
|Status||closed||Resolution||no change required|
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|Summary||0003543: fvm::grad using boundary conditions?|
I'm not sure in which way the fvm and fvc operators are calculated, but I was wondering whether you could calculate the fvm::grad (which is missing) by using the numerical values provided in the boundary conditions?
I mean, if you have fvm::grad(x), so you know how x is changing, but you don't have absolute values of x, could you use an absolute value of x that is provided in some boundary condition in the geometry (fixedValue) and then calculate the other absolute values of x starting from that point?
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