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Old   May 23, 2013, 07:11
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Hello fellow fluid dynamicists,
I am trying to obtain the mathematical expressions generated at the respective boundaries during a multi-phase run to be included in the output file or in the postsimu. I would be very glad to know how to get around this. Your help is highly appreciated.

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Do you mean you want to export the variable values at your boundaries? This is easily done with File/Export in CFD-Post.
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Old   May 26, 2013, 06:13
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Do you mean you want to export the variable values at your boundaries? This is easily done with File/Export in CFD-Post.
Thanks for your reply ghorrocks ,

I am interested in the equations used in discretization at the boundary during the run and if possible get a print out of the latter with the results. Do you know anything about if feasible to start with

Please keep me posted on the matter as i would most probably need them in the results as a comparison tool for parametric study of different boundary conditions in my report.

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The way the boundary conditions are imposed is described int he documentation.
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The way the boundary conditions are imposed is described int he documentation.
Thanks ghorrock,

Finally, i resorted to the documentations for this matter.

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Good to hear. I can assure you the documentation is well written and accurate. It also contains a lot of very useful advice. Also, I must say it is frustrating being asked questions which are answered thoroughly in the documentation

I suggest it is a first resort, not a last resort in future
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