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Old   August 8, 2017, 15:37
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Hello everyone, I'm new here!
I would like to ask for help, because I am trying to work with dispersion of pollutants, and I can not find jobs similar to mine!
The question at the moment is: my problem is already simulated, now I need to analyze the results, but I do not know which variable I should analyze, my problem involves sodium chloride dissolving in the water, if anyone can help me, my doubts are .. Which variable should I analyze? Tracer mass Fraction, Tracer mass Concentrartion, or other?
If someone works with this could you help me?
Thank you!
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