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Old   June 11, 2003, 21:35
Default How to get volume flow rate of a section?
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My case is incompressible flow. I get the result by 2 ways.

1. I divided the model into two parts. After finish calculation, I read Mass Flux and put one part in a new cset then use post-> flux sum-> zone.

2. Read velocity and density. Use 'spoint curs' to select the section. Use 'intergrat cset' to get A*VN.

Can somebody tell me what's the difference between these two method? The answers are different. Thank you very much.
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Old   September 14, 2003, 00:27
Default Re: How to get volume flow rate of a section?
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They were probably different most likely because the location for "spoint curs" was different from your previous "zone." Try to control (write down) the spoint and snorm.
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