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Old   December 18, 2013, 08:43
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hi collegues,
i have a trouble weeks before,and don't know how to solve it ,so i hope some guys can help me,the problem i met was "how to user defined area fractions A1 and A2 in CFX,hope you can help me ,thanks a lot
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I do not understand your question.
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hi collegues,
i have a trouble weeks before,and don't know how to solve it ,so i hope some guys can help me,the problem i met was "how to user defined area fractions A1 and A2 in CFX,hope you can help me ,thanks a lot
Please concretize your question. It is hard to understand what you want.
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Please concretize your question. It is hard to understand what you want.
ok,I found an artical which was said "CFX new capabilities:CCL access to area fraction",
the area fractionis option is not exist in the fluid pairs, but after import the ccl the area fractionis option is come out , I put the specific file in annex ,understand? but when i import the ccl file to CFX ,i got an errorthat is"Warning: Can't check object /LIBRARY/CEL/EXPRESSIONS/PARTITION AREA FRACTIONS: Can't find rule. Skipping object and all children."what's wrong with it?have a nice day!

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I do not understand your question.
ok,I found an artical which was said "CFX new capabilities:CCL access to area fraction",
the area fractionis option is not exist in the fluid pairs, but after import the ccl the area fractionis option is come out , I put the specific file in annex ,understand? but when i import the ccl file to CFX ,i got an errorthat is"Warning: Can't check object /LIBRARY/CEL/EXPRESSIONS/PARTITION AREA FRACTIONS: Can't find rule. Skipping object and all children."what's wrong with it?have a nice day!

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please concretize your question. It is hard to understand what you want.
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Now I really do not understand your question. Is this with a boiling or condensation model?
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Now I really do not understand your question. Is this with a boiling or condensation model?
yes,it's the submodel of wall boiling model~ok ,thanks a lot
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