|January 18, 2016, 11:23||
BC scalar constant value times rho?
Join Date: Nov 2015
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I have a question about the units of implemented scalars. I have scalars for which I have to define a constant value at boundaries. Fluent solves the scalars in an equation that includes the density:
If you enter the boundary condition of a scalar as a "constant value", do you then specify the value in concentration "mol/m^3" or should you give the value in concentration times density "mol/m^3 * kg/m^3".
Easier put: should I multiply the concentration times the density at the Boundary condition?
Thank you very much in advance,
|constant value, uds, units|
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