i'd get with your reseller and have them check with the developers on this one.
if you wanted to test yourself, why not run a problem and compare those output the values and compare them?
my gut feeling is that these aren't them because I don't think that the values that are monitored are things like pressures and temperatures, i think they are calculation residuales and some other stuff. but i don't remember the details.
Great idea - thanks! I ran a problem and added the available goals for comparison, here's what I found:
ServPress = GGAvStaticPressure
ServTemp = GGAvTemperature(Fluid)
ServHeatf = most likely GGAvHeatFlux (I was running an adiabatic simulation, so the values were all zero)
ServMflow = GGMassFlowRate
ServMassFrac0 = GGAvMassFractionofAir (0 = first fluid or Air in my case, 1 = second fluid, etc...)
The ones I am not sure about are 'dm/m' and 'Calculate_inctime/NC_Fluid'.
At any rate, I don't know if it is really adding much fluff to the .FLD file to record the values of these if you add them to the simulation. If they are of interest to you, it is worth adding them to the simulation since the service goals aren't easy to see without writing code to access the values.