im preparing a project for an Arquitect studio with realflow, they want me to simulate the collapse of an industrial crane when lifting a huge charge, they want the simualtion being as closer to real crane behaviour as possible, they gave me a table of masses for the crane and the charge. Im having problems with this, it is supposed the volume for a cube is computed as,
Volume = side*side*side,
then the mass would be volume*density, supposing a default density of 1000 gr/m3 the final mass of a cube of side 1 should be 1000 gr, howver realflow assign a mass of 500 units to the unit cube, may any body tell me why? is this a bug?
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Ok man Kgr/m3, my question is why the default mass of an unit cube in realflow is 500.0 when it should be 1000.0, I know I can set my own mass value but as Im trying to make my sim as close to real measures as possible , I need to know why realflow assign the default mas 500.0 to adjust my own data to the realflow units, if as I gess this is a bug and the correct mass would be 1000.0 It is no need to fit my data and my work woulb be easier, may anybody clarify this issue?
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