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For more detailed information see the Reference Manual and the online Help . Figure 6.13 Fluid flux analyzer.
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cbcilt SKM `ä~ëëáÅ ö UV SKT péÉÅá~ä léÉê~íáçåë SKT péÉÅá~ä léÉê~íáçåë This menu allows difference operations on the resulting data or between resulting data and reference data for the creation of difference maps. Two tabs are available: pé~íá~ä • No spatial operation or reset and retrieve original data • Difference: top minus head • Difference: head minus bottom • Difference of hydraulic head in two selected slices The operations are applied to hydraulic head only. All visualization methods of the Results viewer (Sec- tion 6.4) may be used for analyzing the difference dis- tribution. To retrieve the original data enter the special operations window again and choose the first option (no spatial operation). oÉÑÉêÉåÅÉ Applies difference operations between computed results and reference distributions assigned before in the Reference distribution menu (Section 5.10). Choose Difference: Computed distribution minus selected reference to compare the computed distribution and the selected reference distribution. If no reference distribution has been assigned this option is not available. To return to the computed values select No reference operation or reset and retrieve original data. SKU `çåíêçä lìíéìí This menu controls the saving modes for the com- putation results and the display of the current results during the simulation. The upper section Data to file manages the saving of data to a file: Record reduced data (ASCII) - Observation- point data only are recorded to a *.dar file. Record complete data (ASCII or binary) - Data are recorded to a *.dac file. This option saves the complete data as needed by the Postprocessor . Further options are available to select the Time steps between output or edit fixed time stages for which sav- ing is desired. The Data rescuer option can be used to save the Figure 6.14 Output control.
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VM ö rëÉêÛë j~åì~ä J m~êí f SK páãìä~íçê current results in a postprocessor ( *.dac ) file. The Data to display section controls the update fre- quency for the visualization of results during the simu- lation by specifying the number of time steps between subsequent redrawings. The isoline resolution defines the accuracy of fringe isoline drawings for quadrilat- eral meshes. For more detailed information see the online Help . SKV mêçÄäÉã pìãã~êó This option summarizes the status of problem edit- ing. Select this submenu to check problem data for completeness and consistency. Section 4.9 describes the corresponding popup window in detail. Figure 6.15 Problem summary.
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cbcilt SKM `ä~ëëáÅ ö VN T mçëíéêçÅÉëëçê TKN fåíêçÇìÅíáçå The Postproces- sor contains a num- ber of options and capabilities which are useful for study- ing and evaluating computational re- sults. The Postpro- cessor file is selected in a File selector box. The Postpro- cessor reads *.dac files which have been produced during a
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