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Old   October 3, 2010, 18:08
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Can i have some information about the integrate variables filter, i have to calculate the momentum which equal to m.U= sum (rho*U*Vcell) with Vcell= cell volume.This is equivalent to "mass integral axial velocity" in fluent.

I've used the calculator to multiply rho by U and i 've used the integrate variable but it gives a different result from that i had with fluent,

is it true what i did?

I am still confused about the integrate filter, it's equivalent to what??

Any idea please.

Best regards.
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