The data structure
FUL contains the following
variables and substructures.
help,/str,ful, to get this information.
See also the short description of the contents of a model file
and particularly the man page of the script
uiolook in Sect.18.104.22.168
which gives you even more detailed information directly from the file:
If the command in Sect.10.2.5 has been performed, the following substructures are present:
FUL.Z contains the original
data arrays from the model file like the spatial axes, density
ei, and the three spatial
components of the velocity (
The spatial axes are:
The indices stand for
3: (or )
C for the grid cell centre,
B for the boundaries.
Most of the quantities are defined for the cell centres.
In case of doubt, this can be found out by checking the array
dimensions: the number of cell boundaries is one larger than the
number of cell centers.
FUL.Z can contain additional
arrays in case of dust formation, chemical reaction networks, or
time-dependent hydrogen ionization:
The meaning of the quantities depends on the used source-term module. The magnetic field components are also stored in this substructure:
BB1in direction 1, and in the cell-centres for the other directions. The resulting array dimensions differ from the cell-centred quanties like, e.g.,
rho. The array values must be multiplied with a factor in order to obtain the field strength in Gauss.
FUL.EOS (which is present only after a
call of, e.g.,
eosbox.pro) contains important
quantities like the temperature
FUL.OPA only contains the opacity