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Old   August 26, 2021, 03:21
Default massFlowAve and areaAve functions not working
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I'm analyzing a turbine 1/10 segment with turbogrid mesh.

massFlowAve(Isentropic Static Enthalpy in Stn Frame) @R1 Outlet and
areaAve(Isentropic Static Enthalpy in Stn Frame)@R1 Outlet

expressions are accepted in CFX with no error, but in HPC I'm getting this error:

Illegal arguement for callback function massFlowAve(in Stn Frame) @R1 Outlet.
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Old   August 26, 2021, 09:40
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Try using only Isentropic Static Enthalpy, without "in Stn Frame". A Static variable should be a scalar anyway...
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Thank you for your answer.
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Also massFlowAve(Isentropic Static enthalpy) @S3 outlet expression does not work when ı'm analyzing 1/10 segment.But the expression works on full geometry.
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