|July 15, 2013, 05:41||
dsmcFoam : How to access to Number Flux through a surface
Join Date: Jun 2013
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Hi everyone !
I use the dsmcFoam solver, and I noticed that there is no output for the number flux through a surface.
However, for my case, I need to know how much particles hit a surface per seconds (#part/s or #part/mē/s)
Unfortunately the RhoNMean output only seem to contain the volumic data (#part/m3), even on the boundary field.
Is there a quick fix to evaluate this quantity (by using the others maybe ?) or do I have to modify the solver ?
Thanks for your help !
|boundary, density, dsmc, dsmcfoam, flux|
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