[Opm] parser - faults extract data data
paolo.orsini at gmail.com
Thu Jul 28 16:28:33 UTC 2016
and "g" is the cell global index, I can use to identify the cell... right?
Sorry I missed it.
Are you saying "untested", because nobody is currently working with faults?
However, the parser for the faults seems complete, correct?
Thanks a lot
On Thu, Jul 28, 2016 at 6:18 PM, Joakim Hove <joakim.hove at gmail.com> wrote:
> The FaultFace has begin () and end () iterators which can be used to
> iterate over the indices. This (untested) should work:
> for (size_t g : faultface)
> // do something with g
> Hth - Joakim
> 28. juli 2016 18:01 skrev "Paolo Orsini" <paolo.orsini at gmail.com>
>> Hi Joakim,
>> If I understood it right, each fault (as defined in eclipse) is a group
>> of FaultFaces
>> When looping on the FaultFaces, I don't see any method to get the I, J
>> and K of the cell the face belongs to?
>> Not even a getGlobalIndex function...
>> How do you work out the face the multiplier should be applied to?
>> I clearly am missing something
>> Thanks a lot for your help
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