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Old   January 27, 2017, 12:34
Default Super Urgent!!Please help!! modelling CO2 level in an office
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Hi,

I've been running simulation in an office space with 6 persons and 3 windows and I can only get results for temperature, velocity, etc. but I also need the spread of CO2 concentration level for my research too but I'm really really struggle to find the button to turn it on. Please help!!!!!
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Try to model CO2 concentration in the inlet boundary, add new variable (e.g C1) in model (store/solved). Specify CO2 mass inlet and concentration (e.g in case of pure CO2 set C1 = 1.0, in case of C02/air mixture set C1 %CO2 in mixture). Set CO2 density as a inverse of C1 (see case tutorial for introducing contaminant in details)..
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