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How to measure flowvolume through internal open areas

Question asked by Simon Schade on Jul 31, 2013
Latest reply on Jul 31, 2013 by Simon Schade

Hi

I have been working with an internal flow simulation, and have come across the issue of measuring flow-volume through internal holes.

The part is explained as a hollow box, with inlet and outlet on opposite surfaces. Between inlet and outlet, there is a dividing solid wall with various openings,
with the purpose of guiding the air as desired.

 

I would like to monitor and measure the volumes and velocities through each internal opening, by setting up goals. Is this possible ?

 

Every answer is appreciated

Thanks

Simon

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