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Old   December 19, 2018, 07:02
Question HELP!How to get flux of a face defined by my self?
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I want to get flux of a little face defined by my self which Inside my model.
And i want to use swak4foam to do this.
But there is a question that i don't know how to define a surface in swak4foam.
I used to define a surface by basepoint and normal&vector in swak4foam,but i don't want such a surface cross the entire model. I just need a little rectangular section inside the model.

so now i want to know how define a little rectangular section surface in swak4foam.
or is there any other method to get the flux of a little rectangular section?
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fulx, normal vector, surface area, swak4foam

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