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Old   February 6, 2020, 12:17
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Hello to all.I am totally new here to cfd as well but I am trying to give my best.
I am running an fds code case of a fire tunnel fire.I am trying to make the sensitivity analysis of a coarse a medium and a fine mesh using tecplot.

Q1)How far away from fire do I have to make a precise line in order to take validated results for my time_average Ux velocity.(The flow has been fully developed after 600 sec of running streamtraces // to the flow vector.)

Q2)Should I take only the last time step or the last 5 for example?

Ty all in regards.Amazing job I am really excited beeing here!!Greetings from Heraclitus(Everything flows)
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