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Problems in 3D View

Post by Rodopoulos » Tue Oct 09, 2018 11:24 pm -1100

In figure 2 we have the cross section of the model appearing to be on a single layer. In Figure 1 we have the results data in 3D view appearing as offset. Any clues ?
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Re: Problems in 3D View

Post by Christian Bludau » Wed Oct 17, 2018 11:41 pm -1100

Hi Rodopoulos,
did the calculation run until the end? Is the total water content looking as wanted?
Christian

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Re: Problems in 3D View

Post by Rodopoulos » Sun Oct 21, 2018 11:56 pm -1100

yes

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Re: Problems in 3D View

Post by Christian Bludau » Mon Oct 22, 2018 12:30 am -1100

Dear Rodopoulos,
that is no offset you can see. The water content in the mineral wool as well as in the red material is quite low (close to 0) compared with the concrete, where it goes up to 100 kg/m³ or something like that. Please keep in mind, that the water contetn of a material depends on its moisture storage function and is different from material to material. Have a look on the profile of the relative humidity or the temperature, which are not that different for the different materials.
Christian

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