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Ragnar B January 30, 2009 07:45

How do I reach internal boundaries in posdat?
 
Hello,

Doing some user programming in Star 3.26. I've currently made a routine that integrates a number of quantities on my inlet and outlet boundaries (written in posdat.f). Works well and all, but now I'd also like to do the same for my internal boundaries. How do I do that? When looping using NBP23 as max I'll only reach the physical boundaries...

Cheers, /Ragnar

Hubert January 30, 2009 14:50

Re: How do I reach internal boundaries in posdat?
 
this is difficult because the developer used a different notation for internal boundaries. The support team can send you the example though (I don't have it with me)

Paulh January 30, 2009 15:33

Re: How do I reach internal boundaries in posdat?
 
In v3.26, there are 'internal boundaries'. Set them up and then use 'Monitor Boundary Behavior' to export the quantities you want. No user programming required.


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