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Old   June 9, 2011, 03:01
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div (phi, U) = (m^3/s)*(m/s)/ m^3 so its (m/s^2)

look into definition of divergence
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phi is a scalarfield.
how is divergence of a scalar defined in div(phi)?
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Old   March 19, 2012, 18:24
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Originally Posted by mikeP View Post
phi is a scalarfield.
how is divergence of a scalar defined in div(phi)?
What exactly is unclear?
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