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Old   May 18, 2018, 04:13
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Hi everyone
i try to post process the field data of the density rho for the time at t=0s in openfoam 4.0 extend.


So far i have learned that for post processing foamCalc should be used.
Unfortunately i don't get it calculate the rho file for time 0.
Also I'm not very sure which calculation option i should use, until now mag seems the most suitable to me, but it doesn't sound right.


Also i found out that it is possible to set options for field calculation in the controldict, but it didn't help for me for time 0. (How to get density-field for compressible flow?)


Can someone help me and say what is the correct way to post process the field data of rho for time 0 in openfoam 4.0 extend and maybe tell me where i can read about it?


Thank you in advance ^^
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