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Old   February 21, 2012, 20:31
Question How to extract residence time via post-processing?
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hi, everyone,
I'm evaluating a mixer by residence time distribution analysis. As my simulation is step size sensitive, I chose the post-processing approach instead of the species transport method. I have colored the streamlines using residence time. But how can I extract the residence time data (at particular surface, say the outlet surface) out to a file for further study? Really appreciate if you could kindly give me some advice.
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post-processing., residence time

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