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Old   December 2, 2006, 17:18
Default Adding a volumetric source term in femlab
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Is it possible to add a volumetric source term specifically to an element in COMSOL, say for a mass diffusion process? I have not used comsol before but looks very promising tool.

First of all, is it possible to display the element labels and then decide on what volume the source term will be implemented? Please let mw know if you have any idea.

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Old   December 28, 2006, 21:26
Default Re: Adding a volumetric source term in femlab
Subrat Das
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Thanks for you mail regarding adding an source term to a particular element.

I am working in the of magnetohydrodynamics. I have another program which calculate Lorenz forces. I want to use these data for fluid motion. If you help with an example (how to do in FEMlab) then I will appreciate very much. Thank you Subrat
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