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Old   February 27, 2023, 03:53
Default Solid material properties in porous media
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I have assigned a varieble solid material property using UDF in a porous media simulations. In fact, in my UDF the density of solid material is dependent to time and temperature. My questions are:

1) How can I see the contour results of solid density in porous media. When I use density contours and also density all contours, it shows the density of fluid material in porous domain.

2) I know that C_R(c,t) returns the density of each cell. But it only considers the density of fluid in the porous media. I want to know the overall or sendity of solid in porous domain. actually I want to write a UDF that density of solid at the next step is calculated using previous density and a temperature function.
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