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Old   February 1, 2009, 11:15
Default Hi what is k in electrostat
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what is k in electrostaticFoam? it seems like conductivity from the eqution. but not in unit?
is it something like p(pressure/rho) in simplefoam.???

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Hello @waynezw0618, did you ever find an answer to your question? I'm currently reading through the solver as well and haven't yet been able to determine what the meaning of this constant is.

For what it's worth, the units are \frac{s^2 A}{kg}
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