[Getdp] Multiple natural boundary conditions

Hamid Badi h.badi at bbs-slama.com
Wed Nov 5 01:02:34 CET 2014


Thanks a lot

Le mardi 4 novembre 2014 17:12:43 UTC+1, michae... at infineon.com a écrit :
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>  Hi,
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> the point is that in GetDP it’s not allowed to subtract or add anything 
> from/to
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> a Dof in a single Galerkin statement. Therefore you have to split your 2nd 
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> Galerkin into two:
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> Then it works J
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> Cheers,
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> Michael
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> *From:* getdp [mailto:getdp-... at ace20.montefiore.ulg.ac.be <javascript:>] *On 
> Behalf Of *Hamid Badi
> *Sent:* Tuesday, November 04, 2014 1:14 PM
> *To:* getdp-... at googlegroups.com <javascript:>
> *Subject:* [Getdp] Multiple natural boundary conditions
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> Hello,
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> My problem is common, i'd like to solve the heat equation with, for 
> example, 2 natural Robin BC and one adibatique BC : -lambda.dnT = h.(T-Ti) 
> on Gamma_i with i={1,2} and lambda.dnT = 0 on Gamma_3. 
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> I write the weak form with u in Form0 of the heat equation leads to the 
> classical form :
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> Equation{
>       Galerkin{ [lambda[] * Dof{Grad u}, {Grad u}];
>         In Omega; Jacobian JVol; Integration I1;}
>    
>   Galerkin{ [ h[]* (Dof{u} - T[]), {u}];
>        In Ambiance; Jacobian JSur; Integration I1;}
> }
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> In my problem there is no essential BC so i do not have Constraint block.
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> The computation give a 0 temperature field, I do not understand what's 
> wrong.
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> Moreover : 
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> 1 - I wan to store in a file the temperature field respects to the nodes 
> but PostOperation block computes over elements.
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> 2 - How can I compute the integral of the flux over Gamma_i, to do so, I 
> need for each boundary edge : the flux and the normal vector
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> Best regards.
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