This diagram illustrates an example ADF file hierarchy containing a CGNS
database, but without any internal detail of the individual nodes.
At the top is the ADF Root Node.
Just below the ADF root node is a CGNSLibraryVersion_t node,
a CGNSBase_t node named CGNSBase1, and possibly
additional CGNSBase_t nodes.
The CGNSBase1 node has as children a ReferenceState_t
node named ReferenceState, Zone_t nodes named
Zone1 and Zone2, and possibly additional nodes.
Below the Zone1 node are the following nodes.
- A GridCoordinates_t node named GridCoordinates,
with three DataArray_t nodes as children, named
CoordinateX, CoordinateY, and
- A FlowSolution_t node named FlowSolution1.
Below this node is a GridLocation_t node named
GridLocation, and four DataArray_t nodes named
Density, MomentumX, MomentumY, and
- A ZoneBC_t node named ZoneBC, with a child
BC_t node named BC1, and possibly additional
- A ZoneGridConnectivity_t node named
Below this node is an OversetHoles_t node named
OversetHoles1, a GridConnectivity_t node named
GridConnectivity1, and possible additional nodes.
- Additional possible nodes.