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Old   May 6, 2008, 19:02
Default How to monitor volume fraction at outlet
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Kushagra
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Hi, I want to monitor a few useful quantities inside my domain during a transient multiphase simulation (Eulerian-Eulerian) so that I can decide if the simulation should be stopped.

I have been suggested to monitor volume fraction at the outlet boundaries and if possible then at a plane inside my domain as well.

Could some one suggest me how to define that in CFX-Pre? I know how to monitor at a point but I do not know how to monitor at a plane or outlet boundary.

Thanks, Kushagra
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Old   May 7, 2008, 07:27
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Andrew
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In the Output Control section, there is a place to define monitor points, which I think you noticed. You can place an expression there like areaAve(Phase 1.mf)@Outlet. Be sure to use appropriate phase names and locator names.
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Old   May 10, 2008, 22:27
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Thanks Andrew, It works. Regards, Kushagra

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