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Old   July 30, 2002, 01:47
Default How to Plot Mass Flow Rate w.r.t No. of Iterations
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Julie
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Hi again,

Sorry, if this qn is easy, but how do I plot the mass flow rate on a surface with number of iterations? I am trying to check whether my solution is really coverged.

The options under "Plot" is plotting with respect to distance in the domain and also does not have mass flow rate option for the Y axis function, and the "plot residuals" do not have mass flow rate option in it..

ANyone any ideas?
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Old   July 30, 2002, 04:31
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Hi, Go to SOLVE-MONITORS-SURFACE and set things to suit yourself there

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Old   July 30, 2002, 10:50
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Thanks!
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