TCELL_FLOW_DISPLAY is a MATLAB program which can display a snapshot of the velocity field from a dataset of solutions of a time-dependent incompressible parameterized flow problem in a T-cell.
The "T-Cell" region is a T-shaped region contained in a subset of the unit square x. The top half of the region is a channel open to the left and right, with a rectangular recess in the bottom. The left channel opening extends from [0.0,0.5] to [0.0,1.0], and the right channel from [1.0,0.5] to [1.0,1.0]. The recess is a square, whose bottom extends from [0.25,0.0] to [0.75,0.0], and which extends upward to meet the channel.
+--------------------+ +--------------------+ -> -> Inlet ---> Channel ---> Outlet -> -> +-----+ +---+ +----+| Recess |+--+ || || Void || || Void |+----------+| +------------+The grid can be thought of as being generated by a uniform 81 by 81 uniformly spaced grid of nodes, from which the nodes corresponding to the two voids have been deleted. This leaves 4,961 nodes. These nodes are organized into 2400 6-node triangular elements which are quadratic in velocity and linear in pressure.
TCELL_FLOW_DISPLAY is available in a MATLAB version.
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TCELL_FLOW, a dataset directory which contains a sequence of flow solutions for the T-cell region.
TCELL_FLOW_MOVIE, a MATLAB library which creates an animation of the velocity solutions for the T cell;
TCELL_MASS, a FORTRAN77 program which computes the mass matrix for the T-Cell problem, which is needed in order to for TCELL_ROM to run the reduced order model (ROM) of the problem.
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.
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