Defining z-dependend pressure boundary condition

Hi everyone,

I am using OGS 64bit on Windows, ver 5.3.7 JOD .

I would like to define a pressure boundary condition on the sites of a cube depending on the z-coordinate. Therefore I am going to use the distribution type LINEAR.

Bc-file:

#BOUNDARY_CONDITION

$PCS_TYPE

LIQUID_FLOW

$PRIMARY_VARIABLE

PRESSURE1

$GEO_TYPE

SURFACE SURF_Left

$DIS_TYPE

LINEAR 4 ; Pa Den Knoten der Fläche werden linear die Druckdifferenzen zugeordnet

3 978480.0

4 978480.0

8 821520.0

7 821520.0

#STOP

The gli-file contains:

#POLYLINE

$NAME

PLY_Left -> the PLY_Left is used to define the SURF_Left

$POINTS

3

4

8

7

3

#SURFACE

$NAME

SURF_Left

$POLYLINES

PLY_Left

$MAT_GROUP

0

$TYPE

0

Unfortunately the result of the pressure distribution for the first time step looks a little strange. I got heterogeneous pressure definitions at the side and obviously no pressure definition at the corners of the surface. What should I do to get a proper pressure distribution as boundary condition?

Best regards,

Bastian

Are you using a plane for the interpolation? If yes, try to set a
relevant espilon for the interpolation. If not, try to export a tin
of the boundary.

···

Am 19/03/2013 16:00, schrieb Graupner
Bastian:

Hi everyone,

        I am using OGS 64bit on Windows, ver 5.3.7 JOD . 
        I would like to define a

pressure boundary condition on the sites of a cube depending
on the z-coordinate. Therefore I am going to use the
distribution type LINEAR.

Bc-file:

#BOUNDARY_CONDITION

$PCS_TYPE

LIQUID_FLOW

$PRIMARY_VARIABLE

PRESSURE1

$GEO_TYPE

        SURFACE

SURF_Left

$DIS_TYPE

      LINEAR  4                          ; Pa

Den Knoten der Fläche werden linear die Druckdifferenzen
zugeordnet

3 978480.0

4 978480.0
8 821520.0
7 821520.0

#STOP

The gli-file contains:

#POLYLINE

$NAME

PLY_Left -> the PLY_Left is
used to define the SURF_Left

$POINTS

3

4

8

7

3

#SURFACE

$NAME

SURF_Left

$POLYLINES

PLY_Left

$MAT_GROUP

0

$TYPE

0

        Unfortunately the result

of the pressure distribution for the first time step looks a
little strange. I got heterogeneous pressure definitions at
the side and obviously no pressure definition at the corners
of the surface. What should I do to get a proper pressure
distribution as boundary condition?

Best regards,

Bastian


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Hej Sebastian,

I’m not sure, but maybe you can use gradient instead of linear.

Cheers,

Marc

···

On 19 Mar 2013 16:18, “Mauro Cacace” cacace@gfz-potsdam.de wrote:

  Am 19/03/2013 16:00, schrieb Graupner Bastian:

Hi everyone,

        I am using OGS 64bit on Windows, ver 5.3.7 JOD . 
        I would like to define a pressure boundary condition on the sites of a cube depending on the z-coordinate. Therefore I am going to use the distribution type LINEAR.

Bc-file:

#BOUNDARY_CONDITION

$PCS_TYPE

LIQUID_FLOW

$PRIMARY_VARIABLE

PRESSURE1

$GEO_TYPE

        SURFACE SURF_Left

$DIS_TYPE

      LINEAR  4                          ; Pa Den Knoten der Fläche werden linear die Druckdifferenzen zugeordnet

3 978480.0

4 978480.0
8 821520.0
7 821520.0

#STOP

The gli-file contains:

#POLYLINE

$NAME

          PLY_Left                           -> the PLY_Left is used to define the SURF_Left

$POINTS

3

4

8

7

3

#SURFACE

$NAME

SURF_Left

$POLYLINES

PLY_Left

$MAT_GROUP

0

$TYPE

0

        Unfortunately the result of the pressure distribution for the first time step looks a little strange. I got heterogeneous pressure definitions at the side and obviously no pressure definition at the corners of the surface. What should I do to get a proper pressure distribution as boundary condition?

Best regards,

Bastian

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Hi Marc,

unfortunately GRADIENT is only implemented for Polylines but not for surfaces.

Thanks,

Bastian

···

On 19 Mar 2013 16:18, “Mauro Cacace” cacace@gfz-potsdam.de wrote:

Am 19/03/2013 16:00, schrieb Graupner Bastian:

Hi everyone,

I am using OGS 64bit on Windows, ver 5.3.7 JOD .

I would like to define a pressure boundary condition on the sites of a cube depending on the z-coordinate. Therefore I am going to use the distribution type LINEAR.

Bc-file:

#BOUNDARY_CONDITION

$PCS_TYPE

LIQUID_FLOW

$PRIMARY_VARIABLE

PRESSURE1

$GEO_TYPE

SURFACE SURF_Left

$DIS_TYPE

LINEAR 4 ; Pa Den Knoten der Fläche werden linear die Druckdifferenzen zugeordnet

3 978480.0

4 978480.0
8 821520.0
7 821520.0

#STOP

The gli-file contains:

#POLYLINE

$NAME

PLY_Left -> the PLY_Left is used to define the SURF_Left

$POINTS

3

4

8

7

3

#SURFACE

$NAME

SURF_Left

$POLYLINES

PLY_Left

$MAT_GROUP

0

$TYPE

0

Unfortunately the result of the pressure distribution for the first time step looks a little strange. I got heterogeneous pressure definitions at the side and obviously no pressure definition at the corners of the surface. What should I do to get a proper pressure distribution as boundary condition?

Best regards,

Bastian


Bastian Graupner

Dr.

Safety Analyst

Swiss Federal Nuclear Safety Inspectorate ENSI

Secton Disposal & Analyses

Industriestrasse 19

CH-5200 Brugg

Tel.: +41 56 460 85 52

Fax: +41 56 460 84 99

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Did you try it? I remember having another issue where I had to switch to a surface bc from a polyline and I think I used gradient there… But let me check later, I’m mobile currently…

···

On 19 Mar 2013 17:12, “Graupner Bastian” Bastian.Graupner@ensi.ch wrote:

Hi Marc,

unfortunately GRADIENT is only implemented for Polylines but not for surfaces.

Thanks,

Bastian

Von: ogs-users@googlegroups.com [mailto:ogs-users@googlegroups.com] Im Auftrag von Marc Walther

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Betreff: Re: [ogs-users] Defining z-dependend pressure boundary condition

Hej Sebastian,

I’m not sure, but maybe you can use gradient instead of linear.

Cheers,

Marc

On 19 Mar 2013 16:18, “Mauro Cacace” cacace@gfz-potsdam.de wrote:

Am 19/03/2013 16:00, schrieb Graupner Bastian:

Hi everyone,

I am using OGS 64bit on Windows, ver 5.3.7 JOD .

I would like to define a pressure boundary condition on the sites of a cube depending on the z-coordinate. Therefore I am going to use the distribution type LINEAR.

Bc-file:

#BOUNDARY_CONDITION

$PCS_TYPE

LIQUID_FLOW

$PRIMARY_VARIABLE

PRESSURE1

$GEO_TYPE

SURFACE SURF_Left

$DIS_TYPE

LINEAR 4 ; Pa Den Knoten der Fläche werden linear die Druckdifferenzen zugeordnet

3 978480.0

4 978480.0
8 821520.0
7 821520.0

#STOP

The gli-file contains:

#POLYLINE

$NAME

PLY_Left -> the PLY_Left is used to define the SURF_Left

$POINTS

3

4

8

7

3

#SURFACE

$NAME

SURF_Left

$POLYLINES

PLY_Left

$MAT_GROUP

0

$TYPE

0

Unfortunately the result of the pressure distribution for the first time step looks a little strange. I got heterogeneous pressure definitions at the side and obviously no pressure definition at the corners of the surface. What should I do to get a proper pressure distribution as boundary condition?

Best regards,

Bastian

imap://cacace@imap.gfz-potsdam.de:143/fetch%3EUID%3E/INBOX%3E34860?header=quotebody&part=1.2&filename=image001.png


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Secton Disposal & Analyses

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Telegrafenberg
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Hi Sebastian,

we were both right... in the trunk, there is no gradient option.

But, Jens-Olaf once included that in a version and this is why it
worked for me! Attached is rf_bc_new.* for comparison…

Marc

PS: All credits go to JOD ;)

rf_bc_new.h (7.31 KB)

rf_bc_new.cpp (65.6 KB)

···

On 19.03.2013 17:12, Graupner Bastian
wrote:

        Hi

Marc,

        unfortunately GRADIENT is only implemented for

Polylines but not for surfaces.

Thanks,

Bastian

Von:

        []

Marc Walther
Dienstag, 19. März 2013 17:06
Re: [ogs-users] Defining z-dependend
pressure boundary condition

Hej Sebastian,

      I'm not sure, but maybe you can use gradient instead of

linear.

      Cheers,

      Marc

On 19 Mar 2013 16:18, “Mauro Cacace” <cacace@gfz-potsdam.de >
wrote:

            Am 19/03/2013 16:00, schrieb Graupner

Bastian:

              Hi

everyone,

                I am using OGS 64bit on Windows, ver 5.3.7 JOD . 
                I would like to define a pressure

boundary condition on the sites of a cube depending
on the z-coordinate. Therefore I am going to use the
distribution type LINEAR.

Bc-file:

#BOUNDARY_CONDITION

$PCS_TYPE

LIQUID_FLOW

$PRIMARY_VARIABLE

PRESSURE1

$GEO_TYPE

SURFACE SURF_Left

$DIS_TYPE

              LINEAR  4                          ; Pa Den Knoten der

Fläche werden linear die Druckdifferenzen zugeordnet

3 978480.0

4 978480.0
8 821520.0
7 821520.0

#STOP

The gli-file contains:

#POLYLINE

$NAME

                  PLY_Left                          

-> the PLY_Left is used to define the SURF_Left

$POINTS

3

4

8

7

3

#SURFACE

$NAME

SURF_Left

$POLYLINES

PLY_Left

$MAT_GROUP

0

$TYPE

0

                Unfortunately the result of the

pressure distribution for the first time step looks
a little strange. I got heterogeneous pressure
definitions at the side and obviously no pressure
definition at the corners of the surface. What
should I do to get a proper pressure distribution as
boundary condition?

              Best

regards,

Bastian


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Graupner**

Dr.

Safety Analyst

                Swiss Federal

Nuclear Safety Inspectorate ENSI

                Secton

Disposal & Analyses

                Industriestrasse

19

                CH-5200

Brugg

                Tel.:

+41 56 460 85 52

                Fax:

+41 56 460 84 99

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boundary.

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Hi
Just one tip I found in the past. Make sure if you are defining along a polyline that all the points mentioned as belonging to the polyline in the gli file are specifically addressed under the LINEAR description.
Regards
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···

On 19/03/2013 15:18, Mauro Cacace wrote:

Am 19/03/2013 16:00, schrieb Graupner Bastian:

Hi everyone,

I am using OGS 64bit on Windows, ver 5.3.7 JOD .

I would like to define a pressure boundary condition on the sites of a
cube depending on the z-coordinate. Therefore I am going to use the
distribution type LINEAR.

Bc-file:

#BOUNDARY_CONDITION

$PCS_TYPE

LIQUID_FLOW

$PRIMARY_VARIABLE

PRESSURE1

$GEO_TYPE

SURFACE SURF_Left

$DIS_TYPE

LINEAR 4 ; Pa Den Knoten der Fl�che werden linear die Druckdifferenzen
zugeordnet

3 978480.0

4 978480.0

8 821520.0

7 821520.0

#STOP

The gli-file contains:

#POLYLINE

$NAME

PLY_Left -> the PLY_Left is used to define the SURF_Left

$POINTS

3

4

8

7

3

#SURFACE

$NAME

SURF_Left

$POLYLINES

PLY_Left

$MAT_GROUP

0

$TYPE

0

Unfortunately the result of the pressure distribution for the first
time step looks a little strange. I got heterogeneous pressure
definitions at the side and obviously no pressure definition at the
corners of the surface. What should I do to get a proper pressure
distribution as boundary condition?

Best regards,

Bastian

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the boundary.

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Hi,
thanks for the credits . GRADIENT is the right way. Can you switch to the trunk version? I saw that it’s already implemented for surfaces, but there is a bug . We haven’t tested it for the surface yet.

If you prefer to stick to your version, you can use WWs well-tested

$DIS_TYPE
DIRECT filename.tex

Bad think is, that you have to know the node numbers and calculate the values for a file:

nodenr1 value1

nodenr2 value3
nodenr3 value3
. .
. .
. .
#STOP

···

2013/3/19 Marc Walther marc.walther@tu-dresden.de

Hi Sebastian,

we were both right... in the trunk, there is no gradient option. But, Jens-Olaf once included that in a version and this is why it worked for me! Attached is rf_bc_new.* for comparison...



Marc



PS: All credits go to JOD ;)





  On 19.03.2013 17:12, Graupner Bastian wrote:
        Hi Marc,
        unfortunately GRADIENT is only implemented for Polylines but not for surfaces.

Thanks,

Bastian

Von:
ogs-users@googlegroups.com
[mailto:ogs-users@googlegroups.com ] Im Auftrag von Marc Walther

        **Gesendet:** Dienstag, 19. März 2013 17:06

        **An:** ogs-users@googlegroups.com

        **Betreff:** Re: [ogs-users] Defining z-dependend pressure boundary condition

Hej Sebastian,

      I'm not sure, but maybe you can use gradient instead of linear.

      Cheers,

      Marc

On 19 Mar 2013 16:18, “Mauro Cacace” <cacace@gfz-potsdam.de > wrote:

            Am 19/03/2013 16:00, schrieb Graupner Bastian:
              Hi everyone,
                I am using OGS 64bit on Windows, ver 5.3.7 JOD . 
                I would like to define a pressure boundary condition on the sites of a cube depending on the z-coordinate. Therefore I am going to use the distribution type LINEAR.

Bc-file:

#BOUNDARY_CONDITION

$PCS_TYPE

LIQUID_FLOW

$PRIMARY_VARIABLE

PRESSURE1

$GEO_TYPE

                SURFACE SURF_Left

$DIS_TYPE

              LINEAR  4                          ; Pa Den Knoten der Fläche werden linear die Druckdifferenzen zugeordnet

3 978480.0

4 978480.0
8 821520.0
7 821520.0

#STOP

The gli-file contains:

#POLYLINE

$NAME

                  PLY_Left                           -> the PLY_Left is used to define the SURF_Left

$POINTS

3

4

8

7

3

#SURFACE

$NAME

SURF_Left

$POLYLINES

PLY_Left

$MAT_GROUP

0

$TYPE

0

                Unfortunately the result of the pressure distribution for the first time step looks a little strange. I got heterogeneous pressure definitions at the side and obviously no pressure definition at the corners of the surface. What should I do to get a proper pressure distribution as boundary condition?
              Best regards,

Bastian

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                Swiss Federal Nuclear Safety Inspectorate ENSI
                Secton Disposal & Analyses
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                Fax: +41 56 460 84 99

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Hi Jens-Olaf, hi Marc

Thanks a lot for your help.

Unfortunately I can not use the trunk version because the mpi is currently not working. That’s why I switched to 5.3.07. Marc send me an email with the code for surfaces. Is there also an bug that I should fix? Did you fix the bug in the trunk version already?

Bastian

···

2013/3/19 Marc Walther marc.walther@tu-dresden.de

Hi Sebastian,

we were both right… in the trunk, there is no gradient option. But, Jens-Olaf once included that in a version and this is why it worked for me! Attached is rf_bc_new.* for comparison…

Marc

PS: All credits go to JOD :wink:

On 19.03.2013 17:12, Graupner Bastian wrote:

Hi Marc,

unfortunately GRADIENT is only implemented for Polylines but not for surfaces.

Thanks,

Bastian

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An: ogs-users@googlegroups.com

Betreff: Re: [ogs-users] Defining z-dependend pressure boundary condition

Hej Sebastian,

I’m not sure, but maybe you can use gradient instead of linear.

Cheers,

Marc

On 19 Mar 2013 16:18, “Mauro Cacace” cacace@gfz-potsdam.de wrote:

Am 19/03/2013 16:00, schrieb Graupner Bastian:

Hi everyone,

I am using OGS 64bit on Windows, ver 5.3.7 JOD .

I would like to define a pressure boundary condition on the sites of a cube depending on the z-coordinate. Therefore I am going to use the distribution type LINEAR.

Bc-file:

#BOUNDARY_CONDITION

$PCS_TYPE

LIQUID_FLOW

$PRIMARY_VARIABLE

PRESSURE1

$GEO_TYPE

SURFACE SURF_Left

$DIS_TYPE

LINEAR 4 ; Pa Den Knoten der Fläche werden linear die Druckdifferenzen zugeordnet

3 978480.0

4 978480.0
8 821520.0
7 821520.0

#STOP

The gli-file contains:

#POLYLINE

$NAME

PLY_Left -> the PLY_Left is used to define the SURF_Left

$POINTS

3

4

8

7

3

#SURFACE

$NAME

SURF_Left

$POLYLINES

PLY_Left

$MAT_GROUP

0

$TYPE

0

Unfortunately the result of the pressure distribution for the first time step looks a little strange. I got heterogeneous pressure definitions at the side and obviously no pressure definition at the corners of the surface. What should I do to get a proper pressure distribution as boundary condition?

Best regards,

Bastian


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Please go with the debuger and your example through the function

void CBoundaryConditionsGroup::Set(CRFProcess* pcs, int ShiftInNodeVector,
const std::string& this_pv_name)

Search for FiniteElement::GRADIENT and the comment // 6/2012 JOD

I am not sure if current implementation works or not, because there are many brackets.

Thanks

Jens

···

2013/3/20 Graupner Bastian Bastian.Graupner@ensi.ch

Hi Jens-Olaf, hi Marc

Thanks a lot for your help.

Unfortunately I can not use the trunk version because the mpi is currently not working. That’s why I switched to 5.3.07. Marc send me an email with the code for surfaces. Is there also an bug that I should fix? Did you fix the bug in the trunk version already?

Bastian

Von: ogs-users@googlegroups.com [mailto:ogs-users@googlegroups.com] Im Auftrag von jens-olaf Delfs

Gesendet: Mittwoch, 20. März 2013 09:48

An: ogs-users@googlegroups.com

Betreff: Re: AW: [ogs-users] Defining z-dependend pressure boundary condition

Hi,

thanks for the credits . GRADIENT is the right way. Can you switch to the trunk version? I saw that it’s already implemented for surfaces, but there is a bug . We haven’t tested it for the surface yet.

If you prefer to stick to your version, you can use WWs well-tested

$DIS_TYPE

DIRECT filename.tex

Bad think is, that you have to know the node numbers and calculate the values for a file:

nodenr1 value1

nodenr2 value3

nodenr3 value3

. .

. .

. .

#STOP

2013/3/19 Marc Walther marc.walther@tu-dresden.de

Hi Sebastian,

we were both right… in the trunk, there is no gradient option. But, Jens-Olaf once included that in a version and this is why it worked for me! Attached is rf_bc_new.* for comparison…

Marc

PS: All credits go to JOD :wink:

On 19.03.2013 17:12, Graupner Bastian wrote:

Hi Marc,

unfortunately GRADIENT is only implemented for Polylines but not for surfaces.

Thanks,

Bastian

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An: ogs-users@googlegroups.com

Betreff: Re: [ogs-users] Defining z-dependend pressure boundary condition

Hej Sebastian,

I’m not sure, but maybe you can use gradient instead of linear.

Cheers,

Marc

On 19 Mar 2013 16:18, “Mauro Cacace” cacace@gfz-potsdam.de wrote:

Am 19/03/2013 16:00, schrieb Graupner Bastian:

Hi everyone,

I am using OGS 64bit on Windows, ver 5.3.7 JOD .

I would like to define a pressure boundary condition on the sites of a cube depending on the z-coordinate. Therefore I am going to use the distribution type LINEAR.

Bc-file:

#BOUNDARY_CONDITION

$PCS_TYPE

LIQUID_FLOW

$PRIMARY_VARIABLE

PRESSURE1

$GEO_TYPE

SURFACE SURF_Left

$DIS_TYPE

LINEAR 4 ; Pa Den Knoten der Fläche werden linear die Druckdifferenzen zugeordnet

3 978480.0

4 978480.0
8 821520.0
7 821520.0

#STOP

The gli-file contains:

#POLYLINE

$NAME

PLY_Left -> the PLY_Left is used to define the SURF_Left

$POINTS

3

4

8

7

3

#SURFACE

$NAME

SURF_Left

$POLYLINES

PLY_Left

$MAT_GROUP

0

$TYPE

0

Unfortunately the result of the pressure distribution for the first time step looks a little strange. I got heterogeneous pressure definitions at the side and obviously no pressure definition at the corners of the surface. What should I do to get a proper pressure distribution as boundary condition?

Best regards,

Bastian

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Are you using a plane for the interpolation? If yes, try to set a relevant espilon for the interpolation. If not, try to export a tin of the boundary.

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the implementation worked at least with JOD’s 5.1.0 version… this is were the files are from. I used it for PRESSURE1 BC in RICHARDS_FLOW at several surfaces.

···

On 20.03.2013 13:14, jens-olaf Delfs wrote:

  Please go with the debuger and your example through the function



  void CBoundaryConditionsGroup::Set(CRFProcess* pcs, int ShiftInNodeVector,

                                     const std::string& this_pv_name)



  Search for FiniteElement::GRADIENT and the comment // 6/2012 JOD

   

  I am not sure if current implementation works or not, because there are many brackets.



  Thanks



  Jens

2013/3/20 Graupner Bastian Bastian.Graupner@ensi.ch

              Hi Jens-Olaf, hi Marc

Thanks a lot for your help.

              Unfortunately I can not use the trunk version because the mpi is currently not working. That’s why I switched to 5.3.07. Marc send me an email with the code for surfaces. Is there also an bug that I should fix? Did you fix the bug in the trunk version already?

Bastian

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[mailto:ogs-users@googlegroups.com ] Im Auftrag von jens-o laf Delfs

              **Gesendet:** Mittwoch, 20. März 2013 09:48

              **An:** ogs-users@googlegroups.com

              **Betreff:** Re: AW: [ogs-users] Defining z-dependend pressure boundary condition

Hi,

            thanks for the credits                 . GRADIENT is the right way. Can you switch to the trunk version? I saw that it's already implemented for surfaces, but there is a bug                 . We haven't tested it for the surface yet.
              If you prefer to stick to your version, you can use WWs well-tested



              $DIS_TYPE

                DIRECT   filename.tex



              Bad think is, that you have to know the node numbers and calculate the values for a file:



              nodenr1  value1

              nodenr2  value3

              nodenr3  value3

               .             .

               .             . 

               .             .

              #STOP

2013/3/19 Marc Walther marc.walther@tu-dresden.de

Hi Sebastian,

                    we were both right... in the trunk, there is no gradient option. But, Jens-Olaf once included that in a version and this is why it worked for me! Attached is rf_bc_new.* for comparison...



                    Marc



                    PS: All credits go to JOD ;)
                          On 19.03.2013 17:12, Graupner Bastian wrote:
                              Hi Marc,
                              unfortunately GRADIENT is only implemented for Polylines but not for surfaces.

Thanks,

Bastian

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[mailto:ogs-users@googlegroups.com ] Im Auftrag von Marc Walther

                              **Gesendet:** Dienstag, 19. März 2013 17:06

                              **An:** ogs-users@googlegroups.com

                              **Betreff:** Re: [ogs-users] Defining z-dependend pressure boundary condition

Hej Sebastian,

                            I'm not sure, but maybe you can use gradient instead of linear.

                            Cheers,

                            Marc
                              On 19 Mar 2013 16:18, "Mauro Cacace" <cacace@gfz-potsdam.de                                  > wrote:
                                  Am 19/03/2013 16:00, schrieb Graupner Bastian:

Hi everyone,

                                      I am using OGS 64bit on Windows, ver 5.3.7 JOD . 
                                      I would like to define a pressure boundary condition on the sites of a cube depending on the z-coordinate. Therefore I am going to use the distribution type LINEAR.

Bc-file:

#BOUNDARY_CONDITION

$PCS_TYPE

LIQUID_FLOW

$PRIMARY_VARIABLE

PRESSURE1

$GEO_TYPE

                                      SURFACE SURF_Left

$DIS_TYPE

                                    LINEAR  4                          ; Pa Den Knoten der Fläche werden linear die Druckdifferenzen zugeordnet

3 978480.0

4 978480.0
8 821520.0
7 821520.0

#STOP

                                      The gli-file contains:

#POLYLINE

$NAME

                                        PLY_Left                           -> the PLY_Left is used to define the SURF_Left

$POINTS

3

4

8

7

3

#SURFACE

$NAME

SURF_Left

$POLYLINES

PLY_Left

$MAT_GROUP

0

$TYPE

0

                                      Unfortunately the result of the pressure distribution for the first time step looks a little strange. I got heterogeneous pressure definitions at the side and obviously no pressure definition at the corners of the surface. What should I do to get a proper pressure distribution as boundary condition?

Best regards,

Bastian


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                                      Swiss Federal Nuclear Safety Inspectorate ENSI
                                      Secton Disposal & Analyses
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The code in the trunk version looks very different to the code I got from Marcs rf_bc.cpp. I will check if it works.

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Hi Jens-Olaf, hi Marc

Thanks a lot for your help.

Unfortunately I can not use the trunk version because the mpi is currently not working. That’s why I switched to 5.3.07. Marc send me an email with the code for surfaces. Is there also an bug that I should fix? Did you fix the bug in the trunk version already?

Bastian

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Betreff: Re: AW: [ogs-users] Defining z-dependend pressure boundary condition

Hi,

thanks for the credits . GRADIENT is the right way. Can you switch to the trunk version? I saw that it’s already implemented for surfaces, but there is a bug . We haven’t tested it for the surface yet.

If you prefer to stick to your version, you can use WWs well-tested

$DIS_TYPE

DIRECT filename.tex

Bad think is, that you have to know the node numbers and calculate the values for a file:

nodenr1 value1

nodenr2 value3

nodenr3 value3

. .

. .

. .

#STOP

2013/3/19 Marc Walther marc.walther@tu-dresden.de

Hi Sebastian,

we were both right… in the trunk, there is no gradient option. But, Jens-Olaf once included that in a version and this is why it worked for me! Attached is rf_bc_new.* for comparison…

Marc

PS: All credits go to JOD :wink:

On 19.03.2013 17:12, Graupner Bastian wrote:

Hi Marc,

unfortunately GRADIENT is only implemented for Polylines but not for surfaces.

Thanks,

Bastian

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Betreff: Re: [ogs-users] Defining z-dependend pressure boundary condition

Hej Sebastian,

I’m not sure, but maybe you can use gradient instead of linear.

Cheers,

Marc

On 19 Mar 2013 16:18, “Mauro Cacace” cacace@gfz-potsdam.de wrote:

Am 19/03/2013 16:00, schrieb Graupner Bastian:

Hi everyone,

I am using OGS 64bit on Windows, ver 5.3.7 JOD .

I would like to define a pressure boundary condition on the sites of a cube depending on the z-coordinate. Therefore I am going to use the distribution type LINEAR.

Bc-file:

#BOUNDARY_CONDITION

$PCS_TYPE

LIQUID_FLOW

$PRIMARY_VARIABLE

PRESSURE1

$GEO_TYPE

SURFACE SURF_Left

$DIS_TYPE

LINEAR 4 ; Pa Den Knoten der Fläche werden linear die Druckdifferenzen zugeordnet

3 978480.0

4 978480.0
8 821520.0
7 821520.0

#STOP

The gli-file contains:

#POLYLINE

$NAME

PLY_Left -> the PLY_Left is used to define the SURF_Left

$POINTS

3

4

8

7

3

#SURFACE

$NAME

SURF_Left

$POLYLINES

PLY_Left

$MAT_GROUP

0

$TYPE

0

Unfortunately the result of the pressure distribution for the first time step looks a little strange. I got heterogeneous pressure definitions at the side and obviously no pressure definition at the corners of the surface. What should I do to get a proper pressure distribution as boundary condition?

Best regards,

Bastian


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Hi,
I tried with a (almost) 5.3.7 version. The GRADIENT BC works well for surfaces. I also found a test case from that time for 3D Richards flow. There must be another issue. Maybe the poinst on the surface are not found, or too many taken

···

2013/3/20 Graupner Bastian Bastian.Graupner@ensi.ch

The code in the trunk version looks very different to the code I got from Marcs rf_bc.cpp. I will check if it works.

Bastian

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Betreff: Re: AW: [ogs-users] Defining z-dependend pressure boundary condition

Please go with the debuger and your example through the function

void CBoundaryConditionsGroup::Set(CRFProcess* pcs, int ShiftInNodeVector,

                               const std::string& this_pv_name)

Search for FiniteElement::GRADIENT and the comment // 6/2012 JOD

I am not sure if current implementation works or not, because there are many brackets.

Thanks

Jens

2013/3/20 Graupner Bastian Bastian.Graupner@ensi.ch

Hi Jens-Olaf, hi Marc

Thanks a lot for your help.

Unfortunately I can not use the trunk version because the mpi is currently not working. That’s why I switched to 5.3.07. Marc send me an email with the code for surfaces. Is there also an bug that I should fix? Did you fix the bug in the trunk version already?

Bastian

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Betreff: Re: AW: [ogs-users] Defining z-dependend pressure boundary condition

Hi,

thanks for the credits . GRADIENT is the right way. Can you switch to the trunk version? I saw that it’s already implemented for surfaces, but there is a bug . We haven’t tested it for the surface yet.

If you prefer to stick to your version, you can use WWs well-tested

$DIS_TYPE

DIRECT filename.tex

Bad think is, that you have to know the node numbers and calculate the values for a file:

nodenr1 value1

nodenr2 value3

nodenr3 value3

. .

. .

. .

#STOP

2013/3/19 Marc Walther marc.walther@tu-dresden.de

Hi Sebastian,

we were both right… in the trunk, there is no gradient option. But, Jens-Olaf once included that in a version and this is why it worked for me! Attached is rf_bc_new.* for comparison…

Marc

PS: All credits go to JOD :wink:

On 19.03.2013 17:12, Graupner Bastian wrote:

Hi Marc,

unfortunately GRADIENT is only implemented for Polylines but not for surfaces.

Thanks,

Bastian

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Betreff: Re: [ogs-users] Defining z-dependend pressure boundary condition

Hej Sebastian,

I’m not sure, but maybe you can use gradient instead of linear.

Cheers,

Marc

On 19 Mar 2013 16:18, “Mauro Cacace” cacace@gfz-potsdam.de wrote:

Am 19/03/2013 16:00, schrieb Graupner Bastian:

Hi everyone,

I am using OGS 64bit on Windows, ver 5.3.7 JOD .

I would like to define a pressure boundary condition on the sites of a cube depending on the z-coordinate. Therefore I am going to use the distribution type LINEAR.

Bc-file:

#BOUNDARY_CONDITION

$PCS_TYPE

LIQUID_FLOW

$PRIMARY_VARIABLE

PRESSURE1

$GEO_TYPE

SURFACE SURF_Left

$DIS_TYPE

LINEAR 4 ; Pa Den Knoten der Fläche werden linear die Druckdifferenzen zugeordnet

3 978480.0

4 978480.0
8 821520.0
7 821520.0

#STOP

The gli-file contains:

#POLYLINE

$NAME

PLY_Left -> the PLY_Left is used to define the SURF_Left

$POINTS

3

4

8

7

3

#SURFACE

$NAME

SURF_Left

$POLYLINES

PLY_Left

$MAT_GROUP

0

$TYPE

0

Unfortunately the result of the pressure distribution for the first time step looks a little strange. I got heterogeneous pressure definitions at the side and obviously no pressure definition at the corners of the surface. What should I do to get a proper pressure distribution as boundary condition?

Best regards,

Bastian

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--
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_________________________________________

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Deutsches GeoForschungsZentrum GFZ
(German Research Centre for Geosciences)
- Sect. 4.4: Basin Analysis -
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Hi Jens,

you are right. It is working if I use it without MPI. I just noticed this. Unfortunately OGS is making strange things if I try it with MPI.

I am working on that.

Thanks a lot for your help and your time.

Best regards

Bastian

···

2013/3/20 Graupner Bastian Bastian.Graupner@ensi.ch

The code in the trunk version looks very different to the code I got from Marcs rf_bc.cpp. I will check if it works.

Bastian

Von:
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Gesendet: Mittwoch, 20. März 2013 13:15

An: ogs-users@googlegroups.com

Betreff: Re: AW: [ogs-users] Defining z-dependend pressure boundary condition

Please go with the debuger and your example through the function

void CBoundaryConditionsGroup::Set(CRFProcess* pcs, int ShiftInNodeVector,

                               const std::string& this_pv_name)

Search for FiniteElement::GRADIENT and the comment // 6/2012 JOD

I am not sure if current implementation works or not, because there are many brackets.

Thanks

Jens

2013/3/20 Graupner Bastian Bastian.Graupner@ensi.ch

Hi Jens-Olaf, hi Marc

Thanks a lot for your help.

Unfortunately I can not use the trunk version because the mpi is currently not working. That’s why I switched to 5.3.07. Marc send me an email with the code for surfaces. Is there also an bug that I should fix? Did you fix the bug in the trunk version already?

Bastian

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An: ogs-users@googlegroups.com

Betreff: Re: AW: [ogs-users] Defining z-dependend pressure boundary condition

Hi,

thanks for the credits . GRADIENT is the right way. Can you switch to the trunk version? I saw that it’s already implemented for surfaces, but there is a bug . We haven’t tested it for the surface yet.

If you prefer to stick to your version, you can use WWs well-tested

$DIS_TYPE

DIRECT filename.tex

Bad think is, that you have to know the node numbers and calculate the values for a file:

nodenr1 value1

nodenr2 value3

nodenr3 value3

. .

. .

. .

#STOP

2013/3/19 Marc Walther marc.walther@tu-dresden.de

Hi Sebastian,

we were both right… in the trunk, there is no gradient option. But, Jens-Olaf once included that in a version and this is why it worked for me! Attached is rf_bc_new.* for comparison…

Marc

PS: All credits go to JOD :wink:

On 19.03.2013 17:12, Graupner Bastian wrote:

Hi Marc,

unfortunately GRADIENT is only implemented for Polylines but not for surfaces.

Thanks,

Bastian

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Gesendet: Dienstag, 19. März 2013 17:06

An: ogs-users@googlegroups.com

Betreff: Re: [ogs-users] Defining z-dependend pressure boundary condition

Hej Sebastian,

I’m not sure, but maybe you can use gradient instead of linear.

Cheers,

Marc

On 19 Mar 2013 16:18, “Mauro Cacace” cacace@gfz-potsdam.de wrote:

Am 19/03/2013 16:00, schrieb Graupner Bastian:

Hi everyone,

I am using OGS 64bit on Windows, ver 5.3.7 JOD .

I would like to define a pressure boundary condition on the sites of a cube depending on the z-coordinate. Therefore I am going to use the distribution type LINEAR.

Bc-file:

#BOUNDARY_CONDITION

$PCS_TYPE

LIQUID_FLOW

$PRIMARY_VARIABLE

PRESSURE1

$GEO_TYPE

SURFACE SURF_Left

$DIS_TYPE

LINEAR 4 ; Pa Den Knoten der Fläche werden linear die Druckdifferenzen zugeordnet

3 978480.0

4 978480.0
8 821520.0
7 821520.0

#STOP

The gli-file contains:

#POLYLINE

$NAME

PLY_Left -> the PLY_Left is used to define the SURF_Left

$POINTS

3

4

8

7

3

#SURFACE

$NAME

SURF_Left

$POLYLINES

PLY_Left

$MAT_GROUP

0

$TYPE

0

Unfortunately the result of the pressure distribution for the first time step looks a little strange. I got heterogeneous pressure definitions at the side and obviously no pressure definition at the corners of the surface. What should I do to get a proper pressure distribution as boundary condition?

Best regards,

Bastian


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Secton Disposal & Analyses

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- Sect. 4.4: Basin Analysis -
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Ok, we didn’t consider parallelization that time. Please report the mpi-guys if there is an issue.

···

2013/3/21 Graupner Bastian Bastian.Graupner@ensi.ch

Hi Jens,

you are right. It is working if I use it without MPI. I just noticed this. Unfortunately OGS is making strange things if I try it with MPI.

I am working on that.

Thanks a lot for your help and your time.

Best regards

Bastian

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Gesendet: Donnerstag, 21. März 2013 17:03

An: ogs-users@googlegroups.com

Betreff: Re: AW: [ogs-users] Defining z-dependend pressure boundary condition

Hi,

I tried with a (almost) 5.3.7 version. The GRADIENT BC works well for surfaces. I also found a test case from that time for 3D Richards flow. There must be another issue. Maybe the poinst on the surface are not found, or too many taken

2013/3/20 Graupner Bastian Bastian.Graupner@ensi.ch

The code in the trunk version looks very different to the code I got from Marcs rf_bc.cpp. I will check if it works.

Bastian

Von:
ogs-users@googlegroups.com [mailto:ogs-users@googlegroups.com] Im Auftrag von jens-olaf Delfs

Gesendet: Mittwoch, 20. März 2013 13:15

An: ogs-users@googlegroups.com

Betreff: Re: AW: [ogs-users] Defining z-dependend pressure boundary condition

Please go with the debuger and your example through the function

void CBoundaryConditionsGroup::Set(CRFProcess* pcs, int ShiftInNodeVector,

                               const std::string& this_pv_name)

Search for FiniteElement::GRADIENT and the comment // 6/2012 JOD

I am not sure if current implementation works or not, because there are many brackets.

Thanks

Jens

2013/3/20 Graupner Bastian Bastian.Graupner@ensi.ch

Hi Jens-Olaf, hi Marc

Thanks a lot for your help.

Unfortunately I can not use the trunk version because the mpi is currently not working. That’s why I switched to 5.3.07. Marc send me an email with the code for surfaces. Is there also an bug that I should fix? Did you fix the bug in the trunk version already?

Bastian

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Gesendet: Mittwoch, 20. März 2013 09:48

An: ogs-users@googlegroups.com

Betreff: Re: AW: [ogs-users] Defining z-dependend pressure boundary condition

Hi,

thanks for the credits . GRADIENT is the right way. Can you switch to the trunk version? I saw that it’s already implemented for surfaces, but there is a bug . We haven’t tested it for the surface yet.

If you prefer to stick to your version, you can use WWs well-tested

$DIS_TYPE

DIRECT filename.tex

Bad think is, that you have to know the node numbers and calculate the values for a file:

nodenr1 value1

nodenr2 value3

nodenr3 value3

. .

. .

. .

#STOP

2013/3/19 Marc Walther marc.walther@tu-dresden.de

Hi Sebastian,

we were both right… in the trunk, there is no gradient option. But, Jens-Olaf once included that in a version and this is why it worked for me! Attached is rf_bc_new.* for comparison…

Marc

PS: All credits go to JOD :wink:

On 19.03.2013 17:12, Graupner Bastian wrote:

Hi Marc,

unfortunately GRADIENT is only implemented for Polylines but not for surfaces.

Thanks,

Bastian

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ogs-users@googlegroups.com [mailto:ogs-users@googlegroups.com] Im Auftrag von Marc Walther

Gesendet: Dienstag, 19. März 2013 17:06

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Betreff: Re: [ogs-users] Defining z-dependend pressure boundary condition

Hej Sebastian,

I’m not sure, but maybe you can use gradient instead of linear.

Cheers,

Marc

On 19 Mar 2013 16:18, “Mauro Cacace” cacace@gfz-potsdam.de wrote:

Am 19/03/2013 16:00, schrieb Graupner Bastian:

Hi everyone,

I am using OGS 64bit on Windows, ver 5.3.7 JOD .

I would like to define a pressure boundary condition on the sites of a cube depending on the z-coordinate. Therefore I am going to use the distribution type LINEAR.

Bc-file:

#BOUNDARY_CONDITION

$PCS_TYPE

LIQUID_FLOW

$PRIMARY_VARIABLE

PRESSURE1

$GEO_TYPE

SURFACE SURF_Left

$DIS_TYPE

LINEAR 4 ; Pa Den Knoten der Fläche werden linear die Druckdifferenzen zugeordnet

3 978480.0

4 978480.0
8 821520.0
7 821520.0

#STOP

The gli-file contains:

#POLYLINE

$NAME

PLY_Left -> the PLY_Left is used to define the SURF_Left

$POINTS

3

4

8

7

3

#SURFACE

$NAME

SURF_Left

$POLYLINES

PLY_Left

$MAT_GROUP

0

$TYPE

0

Unfortunately the result of the pressure distribution for the first time step looks a little strange. I got heterogeneous pressure definitions at the side and obviously no pressure definition at the corners of the surface. What should I do to get a proper pressure distribution as boundary condition?

Best regards,

Bastian

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Are you using a plane for the interpolation? If yes, try to set a relevant espilon for the interpolation. If not, try to export a tin of the boundary.

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