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Old   November 19, 2003, 22:14
Default The Field Scalars in Tascflow
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Darcy
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Dear all

I simulated the pump impeller flow field with Tascflow using rotating reference frame. I have got some problems about the field scalars used in Tascflow. Among field scalars, we have UMERID,VMERID, and WMERID. How are these scalars computed? Are they computed with relative velocity componments(u,v,w) or absolute velocity components? Besides, we have another three scalars UM,VM,WM. What are the meaning of the three scalars?

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