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type(tem_prophead_type), | private, | pointer | :: | header | => | null() | Pointer to treelmesh_type%global%property |

integer, | private | :: | nSides | Number of sides in the elements, each side might be assigned a boundary condition ID The first 6 are dedicated to "direct" neighbors, and shall always be present. The next 12 are dedicated to neighbors where two of the indices in the 3 dimensional address have to be changed (neighbors at the edges of the cube) After these 18 entries, additional 8 entries might be used for neighbors at the corners. By default we should store all 26 neighbors, to provide an as complete neighborhood as possible to arbitrary solvers. |
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integer, | private | :: | nBCtypes | Number of different Boundary conditions used in the complete domain e.g. wall, inflow, outflow |
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character(len=LabelLen), | private, | allocatable | :: | BC_label(:) | Array of labels identifying each of the boundary conditions. This array has a length of nBCtypes |
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logical, | private, | allocatable | :: | hasQVal(:) | Logical array indicating whether each boundary is high order wall This array has a length of nBCtypes |
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real(kind=rk), | private, | allocatable | :: | qVal(:,:) | Actual q-value array for high order wall boundary conditions JQ: The fist dimension has a length of nSides The second dimension has a length of the number of elements with the boundary condition property. tem_property_type%nElems |
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integer(kind=long_k), | private, | allocatable | :: | boundary_ID(:,:) | Actual boundary condition identification for all sides of elements with this property. The first dimension has a length of nSides The second dimension has a length of the number of elements with the boundary condition property. tem_property_type%nElems An ID of 0 for a side indicates, that there is no boundary in that direction. A negative ID indicates a periodic boundary and that the given absolute of the given value is to be taken as neighboring ID in that direction. |
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type(tem_property_type), | private, | pointer | :: | property | => | null() | Pointer to treelmesh_type%property |