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Default compute heatflux (q) in rhoCentralFoam
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Hi,

I would like to calculate the heat flux in rhoCentralFoam.If i use the below equation will be correct?

volVectorField q = -k * fvc::grad(T);

I tried it but i get some strange results.
Has anyone tried that before?

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