May 8, 2023 at 6:05 amRamesh Chandra MishraSubscriber
I am trying to simulate dispersion of gaseous pollutants from a source. Now the source is a fluid zone created using cell register through which a cell zone is created using (Domain>Separate>Cells>Select register). Now I have specifed conditions for my species (pollutants) for that particular cell zone in cell zone conditions. Is there a need to patch the species after initialization to that zone even after specifying conditions in cell zone conditions?
May 8, 2023 at 1:21 pmSupreetha JSubscriber
If you have specified Cell Zone Conditions for cell zones, you do not need to patch them again after initialization.
On initialization, Fluent will automatically assign the initial conditions based on the values you specified.
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