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 December 17, 2005, 09:32 flow through duct #1 N. Natik Guest   Posts: n/a Hi everyone, I simulate flow through duct with multiple outlets, how can I compute flow discharge at each outlet zone, is there any post-processing option builtin in fluent to do this or I have to write a UDF Thanks in advance for replay

 December 17, 2005, 11:51 Re: flow through duct #2 Jason Guest   Posts: n/a Flow discharge? There's mass flow rate and volume flow rate options available under Report->Surface Integrals. Is this what you're looking for? You can monitor these values during the iteration process as well by going to Solve->Monitors->Surface Integrals. Hope this helps and good luck, Jason

 January 9, 2006, 09:12 Re: flow through duct #3 raj Guest   Posts: n/a Hi Natik, During ur modeling in gambit itself u mention (specify)each outlet as seperate outtlet..leat us say ur having 1 inlet and 2 wall and 10 outlet...then dont select all the outlet faces and specify as single oultet..select individualy so that u will end up with 1 inlet 2 wall and outlet 1,outlet2....outlet 10...then import the model to fluent and specify the Pressure or outflow or velocity values (B.C)at the 10 outlets seperately..I HOPE THIS WHAT UR LOOKING FOR... Raj..

 January 9, 2006, 09:15 Re: flow through duct #4 raj Guest   Posts: n/a Hi Natik, During ur modeling in gambit itself u mention (specify)each outlet as seperate outtlet..leat us say ur having 1 inlet and 2 wall and 10 outlet...then dont select all the outlet faces and specify as single oultet..select individualy so that u will end up with 1 inlet 2 wall and outlet 1,outlet2....outlet 10...then import the model to fluent and specify the Pressure or outflow or velocity values (B.C)at the 10 outlets seperately..I HOPE THIS WHAT UR LOOKING FOR... Raj..

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