Commit db91f46d authored by Douglas Serson's avatar Douglas Serson

Update user guide

parent b61fb1d2
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\item \inltt{L2Criterion}: Computes the Lambda 2 Criterion for a given output file;
\item \inltt{addcompositeid}: Adds the composite ID of an element as an additional field;
\item \inltt{addFld}: Sum two .fld files;
\item \inltt{avgvalue}: Evaluate average value of variables on the domain;
\item \inltt{combineAvg}: Combine two \nekpp binary output (.chk or .fld) field file containing averages of fields (and
possibly also Reynolds stresses) into single file;
\item \inltt{concatenate}: Concatenate a \nekpp binary output (.chk or .fld) field file into single file (deprecated);
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\subsection{Evaluate average value of variables on the domain: \textit{avgvalue} module}
To evaluate average value of variables on the domain one can use the
\inltt{avgvalue} module of FieldConvert
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FieldConvert -m avgvalue file1.xml file2.fld \
out.stdout
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This module does not create an output file which is reinforced by the
out.stdout option. The integral and average value for each field variable are
then printed to the stdout.
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\subsection{Combine two .fld files containing time averages: \textit{combineAvg} module}
To combine two .fld files obtained through the AverageFields or ReynoldsStresses filters,
use the \inltt{combineAvg} module of FieldConvert
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