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Old   July 2, 2012, 10:16
Question Is there any way to find the terms of navier-stokes equation individually in Fluent?
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Hi,
I am modeling geometry in Fluent, but I think the pressure couture that it shows is not acceptable. If I can find the terms of Navier stokes individually in Fluent, it will be a good way that I check the results that Fluent gives me. Is there any way that I can find the terms of Navier Stokes in Fluent?

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Old   July 3, 2012, 16:06
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What do you mean the terms of the navier stoke? You can have fluent display or plot the velocity, density, viscosity and pressure across the domain.
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Old   July 12, 2012, 18:53
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What do you mean the terms of the navier stoke? You can have fluent display or plot the velocity, density, viscosity and pressure across the domain.
Dear meangreen,

Thank you for your response I know that I can have velocity and pressure and..., but when I say terms of Navier -Stokes I mean the convection term diffusion term and etc. Do you think that I can find somewhere in Fluent that I can find these terms?

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Old   July 16, 2012, 16:44
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Refer to fluent user guide you can find equations in it and depending on the model you working with in fluent you will find the basic equations in it.
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You will need to calculate those. First you will need to define the term using define-> custom-field-function.
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Were you able to get fluent to do what you were looking for?
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