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7. RUNNING DUNSPLOT.EThe
These commands allow the user to look at the convergence for the
main variables (p1, u, v, t) with conv ,
the turbulence variables (q, omega) with tconv , and the
species variables (Yi) with sconv . It plots the log10 of the
sum of the L2 norm error.
The various commands for creating different types of plots are given below:
You can specify the type of plot by any of the above commands. For
a contour or fill plot, you must select one variable to plot. The
variable names are the same as used in the plotting files above.
For a vector plot, you must specify an xcomponent and ycomponent
variable (such as u and v ). For colorvectors, you must
specify an xcomponent and ycomponent, and an additional variable
which determines the color of the vector (such as t for temperature).
For a line plot you can select any number of variables, and they will all
show up on the same plot.
For contour and fill plots, you can specify the number of contours and the minimum/maximum value of the contours by the following commands:
Cuts at either constant x or constant y can be taken with the
Notice that you can specify many cuts at different locations if you so
choose. They will all show up on the same plot (warning: plots can tend
to get crowded quickly if you select several variables and several cuts).
There is additionally the option of plotting the log of a specific variable
instead of the actual variable. This is useful when looking at cuts of
the species massfractions, for instance. You must select
When the variables are selected and everything is set up, you then can
plot and results using the
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