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Old   September 27, 2006, 09:54
Default Modelling CO in Phoenics
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Dear Phoenics Flair Users,

I have a question about simulating CO concentration in a underground carparking with Phoenics. I have determined the source CO, namely 578 mg/s. With ventilation I need a concentration (according dutch laws) less then 139 mg/m3 or 120 ppm

I want to model a source and in my results I want to get a cut-plot with CO concentration in kg/m3 or ppm

How do I do that (step by step)

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