programming:transform_spectral_coeff_to_physical_data_points

*emmanuel germaine, 2010-08-28 10:14 *

~~DISCUSSION~~ Dear Prof. Gibson,

We can determine the physical values from the spectral coefficients by evaluating the expansion sum (eqn 20 in the user's manual.) I wanted to compared the physical values computed by this sum with the values returned by the method u.makephysical(). This method use the FFTW algorithm and I was expecting no difference. The fact is that, I do not obtained the same results.

I have attached part of the code I am using. Do you think that something is incorrect ?

As the width of the channel is [a,b] = [-1.0,1.0], I haven't normalized the Chebyshev polynomials.

Example of results displayed :

0.00258953 // u from expansion sum 0.00604268 // return of u.makePhysical (FFTW)

Regards, Emmanuel

{ double pi =3.1415926 ; Complex I(0.0,1.0); Complex sum_u(0.0,0.0); int pause; nx = 5; ny = 5; nz = 5; //display gridpoint coordinates x,y,z std::cout << u.x(nx) << ' ' << u.y(ny) << ' ' << u.z(nz) << endl ; //compute physical value using expansion sum and display u.makeSpectral(); for(int mz=0;mz<u.Mz();++mz) for(int my=0;my<u.My();++my) for(int mx=0;mx<u.Mx();++mx) sum_u += u.cmplx(mx,my,mz,0) * chebyshev(my,u.y(ny)) * exp(2.0 * pi * I*((u.kx(mx) * u.x(nx) /u.Lx()) + (u.kz(mz) * u.z(nz) / u.Lz()))) ; std::cout << 2.0 * sum_u.real()<< endl ; //display physical value from makePhysical() u.makePhysical(); std::cout << u(nx,ny,nz,0) << endl ; std::cin >> pause; }

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