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Old   June 18, 2020, 07:25
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I am using the Fluid Film Model to simulate a flow inside a tube, I checked the STARCCM+ documentation for conservation equations, the energy equation specifically, and I found two parameters I can't really understand their physical meaning:
1- the film total energy E_f
2- the film total enthalpy H_f

It is not mentioned in the manual how they are calculated or their exact physical meaning.

Can anyone explain their meaning and they are calculated?

Thank you in advance.
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