Visualizes structured 3D meshes
NodPlot was developed to facilitate visualization of rapidly changing properties in 3D structured meshes for Computational Fluid Dynamics (CFD) research. The mesh must be 3D or more explicitly: 3 dimensions in space or 2 in space and 1 in time. 2D meshes can be visualized simply by repeating twice the 2D data in the input file. The visualization is performed on a node basis, rather than a spatial and/or temporal basis, which makes it easier to visualize complex spatial geometries in 3D.
released on 8 November 1998
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