INOUT_FLOW_MOVIE
Flow Animation for the INOUT Cell


INOUT_FLOW_MOVIE is a MATLAB program which creates an animation of the velocity solutions to a time-dependent incompressible parameterized flow problem in a cell with inflow and outflow.

The "INOUT" region is contained in the unit square, [0,1] x [0,1]. There is an inlet on the left side, from [0,0] to [0,0.2], and an outlet on the right side, from [1,0.8] to [1.0,1.0].

       +-----------------------+
       |+----------------------+
       ||                    --->
       ||                    ----->
       ||                    --->
       ||                     ++
       ||                     ||
       ||                     ||
       ||                     ||
       ||                     ||
       ++                     ||
      --->                    ||
      ----->                  ||
      --->                    ||
       +----------------------+|
       +-----------------------+
      
There are 1,681 nodes in a 41 by 41 evenly spaced grid. The nodes are organized into 800 6-node triangular elements which are quadratic in velocity and linear in pressure.

The INOUT animation created by this program is stored in the MP4 directory.

Licensing:

The computer code and data files described and made available on this web page are distributed under the GNU LGPL license.

Languages:

INOUT_FLOW_MOVIE is available in a MATLAB version.

Related Data and Programs:

FILE_NAME_SEQUENCE, a MATLAB program which demonstrates four ways to generate a sequence of filenames.

INOUT, a FORTRAN77 program which computes flow solutions in the INOUT region.

INOUT_FLOW, a dataset directory which includes the raw solution data that is animated by INOUT_FLOW_MOVIE.

INOUT_FLOW_DISPLAY, a MATLAB program which can display a single flow field solution in the INOUT region.

PEAK_MOVIE, a MATLAB program which creates the pieces of an animation, one frame at a time. Each frame is independently created and saved as a JPEG file.

VELOCITY_ARROWS_GRID, a MATLAB program which reads files of node and velocity data, and, using interpolation, creates a vector plot with arrows place on a uniform grid of the user's specification.

Source Code:

You can go up one level to the MATLAB source code directory.


Last revised on 06 November 2005.