dump/fehm/file_name/[cmo_name]/ [binary ascii binaryc asciic ]  // [scalar,vector,both,area_scalar,area_vector,area_both,alternate_scalar] /  [delatt,keepatt]

The dump / fehm command will call the dump/coord and dump/zone options first. The main function of the dump / fehm command is to form a sparse coefficient matrix used for solving PDE on a triangular or tetrahedral delaunay grid.

Options for the 5th argument are:


binary(default) Output sparse matrix in Fortran unformatted format  ascii  Output sparse matrix as ASCII format  binaryc  Output sparse matrix as Fortran unformatted format with a compression 

                 algorithm applied to the area coefficients.     **asciic **           Output sparse matrix as ASCII format with a compression 
   
                 algorithm applied to the area coefficients.     --------------------- ------------------------------------------------------------------------

The 6th argument is empty.

Options for the 7th argument are:


scalar(default)  Area/distance                   coefficients are output as scalars  vector Area/distance                   coefficients are output as vectors  both Area/distance                   coefficients are output as scalars and vectors  area_scalar  Area                                 coefficients are output as scalars area_vector Area                                 coefficients are output as vectors  area_both  Area                                 coefficients are output as scalars and vectors  alternate_scalar Area/distance                   coefficients are output as scalars with compression of coefficients 

                                                      & applied during calculation of coefficients.     ----------------------- ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

 

Options for the 8th aregument are:


delatt(default) No new node attributes are created.

ascii  Output sparse matrix as ASCII format 

keepatt Six node attributes are created (top, bottom, left_w, right_e,back_n, front_s) which 

                 are assigned values according to the direction of the octant of their normal vector. 

                           --------------------- -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

 

EXAMPLE

 dump / fehm / file_name / cmo 
 dump / stor / file_name_as / cmo / asciic / / alternate_scalar 
 dump / fehm / file_name / cmo / binaryc / / alternate_scalar/ keepatt 
 dump / stor / file_name_as / cmo / ascii / vector
 dump / stor / file_name_as / cmo / ascii / both 
 dump / stor / file_name_as / cmo / ascii / area_scalar