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Old   September 13, 2016, 09:22
Default Calculate Phi retroactively from rho and U
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I want to calculate the mass flux from my rho and U file since i forgot to write it out during calculation. is there a way to do this similar to the Co application for the courant number? I am using OF3.x
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hi,
i have similar problem. running rhoCentralFoam and get no phi File during calculation to calculate Courant no. Any hints where to possibly find solution
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