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Old   June 20, 2013, 08:07
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Hi to all,Does anybody know that how can I have right unit for mass source term in udf?Now its unit is s^-1 ,Do you think that multipling it by density in order to get right unit is correct theoritically?thanks a lot in advance
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Quoting the manual: "a source term for the continuity equation would have units of kg/(s m^3)." In general, your source term needs the units of the relative differential equation NOT integrated on the volume.
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