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Old   September 11, 2008, 09:23
Default massflow
J. Maessen
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Dear all,

we have made a model of a firesimulation in an atrium. The model contains 5 doorways for air inlet and 6 sunroofs for air outlet. To check the model we want to diplay the massflow in a plane for each opening. Does anyone know a simple way how to display the massflow

Thank you in advance for help.



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Old   September 16, 2008, 12:15
Default Re: massflow
Allen Badeau
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Dear jimmy, Make sure you have activated this in the flow field properties and it is stored, then you can visualize it. Also, you can always export the PHOENICS data to Tecplot and modify it there as well as long as you print out the density and flow field.

Best Wishes, Allen

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