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Old   April 19, 2006, 03:43
Default Mass flux for west, south, bottom cell face
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marcus
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Hello everybody,

I need the mass flux through every of the six cell faces.

However, the F(i,j) variable gives the mass flux only for: i=1 - east (F6) i=2 - north (F4) i=3 - top (F2)

Could sb propose a idea for calculating the mass flux through west, south and bottom cell face?

Can i use any other variable - let alone F(i,j) - for calculating the above mass fluxes and if yes in which COMMON block belongs?

Thanks in advance, marcus
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