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nicbell10 September 2, 2011 04:20

Mass source in 2D
 
Hi all,
in Flow3D v.9.3, I have a 2D simulation in cartesian coordinates with 1 fluid only.
In this model, I have a mass source from a block, using static pressure as option (like a pump that eject fluid in a tank).
The source value in a 2D model is in kg/s (or m/s, mass/time) or it has to be modified in some way to take into account the fact that there are only 2 dimensions instead of 3?

Thanks,
Nicolas

zintin1 October 5, 2011 04:00

Quote:

Originally Posted by nicbell10 (Post 322617)
Hi all,
in Flow3D v.9.3, I have a 2D simulation in cartesian coordinates with 1 fluid only.
In this model, I have a mass source from a block, using static pressure as option (like a pump that eject fluid in a tank).
The source value in a 2D model is in kg/s (or m/s, mass/time) or it has to be modified in some way to take into account the fact that there are only 2 dimensions instead of 3?

Thanks,
Nicolas


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