|May 2, 2003, 22:53||
How to access acceleration of steady Euler field?
In continuous flow field discribed in Eulerian approach, how to access the acceleration of the fluid, for example, at the point A. We can get the velocity of A and B(the point next to A), but how can we get the time used for fluid from A to B(equal to the time used for fluid to be accelated from U(A) to U(B) )?
Maybe, the easiest method is using the averaging velocity to get the time, but it will be inaccurate.
Can Fluent give us the exact acceleration from the MACROS it provides, or can any other better method be used??
Thank you for your help!
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