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Old   September 3, 2006, 20:44
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Hi Cadaie

as u know i am simulating a "eulerian transient model". i patched say .5 of my solid phase into one of the fluid zone. Air moves that solid phase into the adjacent fluid zone and some of the solid phase is pushed out of the system. i wanna know the amount of the solid phase left in the system. what i tried is i took the average volume fraction (vf) of solid in the each zone and multiplied that one with total volume of their respective zone and took sum over all zones and result didnt make sense to me. is there any way to calculate the actual solid amount left in the system?

Thanks Hassan
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Old   September 4, 2006, 08:02
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Try using Report->Volume Integrals
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