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 solvers:aiflow [2016/01/05 14:12]ltavard [Examples] solvers:aiflow [2016/01/05 14:13] (current)ltavard [General Description] Both sides previous revision Previous revision 2016/01/05 14:13 ltavard [General Description] 2016/01/05 14:12 ltavard [Examples] 2016/01/05 14:11 ltavard [References] 2014/10/07 13:21 gag [AIFlow Solver] 2012/12/13 18:18 gag [SIF contents] 2012/11/27 05:06 gag [SIF contents] 2012/11/27 05:01 gag [Examples] 2012/11/27 04:49 gag [General Informations] 2012/11/20 21:25 gag [General Informations] 2012/11/20 21:23 gag [General Description] 2012/11/20 19:32 gag [General Description] 2012/11/20 19:31 gag [General Description] 2012/11/20 05:18 gag [References] 2012/11/20 05:18 gag [Reference] 2012/11/20 05:16 gag 2012/11/20 05:12 gag created 2016/01/05 14:13 ltavard [General Description] 2016/01/05 14:12 ltavard [Examples] 2016/01/05 14:11 ltavard [References] 2014/10/07 13:21 gag [AIFlow Solver] 2012/12/13 18:18 gag [SIF contents] 2012/11/27 05:06 gag [SIF contents] 2012/11/27 05:01 gag [Examples] 2012/11/27 04:49 gag [General Informations] 2012/11/20 21:25 gag [General Informations] 2012/11/20 21:23 gag [General Description] 2012/11/20 19:32 gag [General Description] 2012/11/20 19:31 gag [General Description] 2012/11/20 05:18 gag [References] 2012/11/20 05:18 gag [Reference] 2012/11/20 05:16 gag 2012/11/20 05:12 gag created Line 21: Line 21: * stress exponent n=''​h.i''​ * stress exponent n=''​h.i''​ * model used for tabulation =''​M''​ (''​V''​ holds for VPSC model) * model used for tabulation =''​M''​ (''​V''​ holds for VPSC model) + + __2.5D model – AIFlow solver accounting for flow width__ + + Any real ensemble of flow lines may widen or get narrow, so the width of this flow tube can be accounted for in a two dimensional (x,z) model in the AIFlow solver (2.5D model). In the **Material section**, add the **FlowWidth** key word, that contains the width of the flow tube. For mass conservation,​ the accumulation area that should be considered correspond to the upper surface area that depends on the flow width.