|April 7, 2011, 18:08||
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Do you mean integrate the mass flow rate over time to give a total mass? (or total volume)
In the solver use a monitor point to output the flow rate. Export the monitor point data and do the integration in Excel/matlab/whatever.
In CFD-Post, similarly load each timestep you saved and export the flow rate. Do the time integration in another package like excel/matlab.
|April 8, 2011, 03:51||
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Thanks for your response,
But I can not find flow rate in monitor point menu, I can see only velocity.
The same is in CFD-Post...
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