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Eric August 16, 2007 21:39

Unit of Density Gradient
 
Dear friends,

I got the Density Gradient in Tecplot360.

Could you tell me the Unit of Density Gradient?

Thank you in advance.

Eric

nobody August 17, 2007 00:47

Re: Unit of Density Gradient
 
It should depend on the units of your density field and mesh coordinates.

Eric August 17, 2007 01:39

Re: Unit of Density Gradient
 
Thank you.

I use the Unit kg/m^3 for the density, and Cartesian coordinate system.

Eric August 19, 2007 21:23

Re: Unit of Density Gradient
 
Help me please.

ag August 20, 2007 09:33

Re: Unit of Density Gradient
 
The gradient dimension is going to be (units of density)/(units of length). As nobody said - it depends on the units you are using. A cartesian grid system could have length units of meters, inches or parsecs. You should be able to figure this out.


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