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Old   September 5, 2017, 20:24
Default How can I get the boundary thickness out of CFD results?
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Please help. Thanks in advance.

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Boundary thickness of what? If it is a film then you can divide mass flux by density.
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You can draw a line over perpendicular to your surface using post-processing tools after which you can plot the velocity over this line and so you can measure the distance.
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