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Old   June 17, 2008, 10:47
Default Mass Concentration
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Hi,everybody. I'm now doing a simple case of fluid(variable component material) flowing through a duct. The fluid is consisted of 7 gas components. In CFX-Post, I couldn't examine the "Mass Concentration" of each component at a certain self-created location, since "Mass Concentration" was not in the variable list. Anyone could tell me how to display the "Mass Concentration" result? Thanks very much!
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