Introduction
In the case summary tab of your case you will find an overview of the different field and parameter values. These values displayed in tables provide a summary of the results. An overview of the available summary tables is given in the table below. Each summary table is further described in detail.
Table name  Where  What  Units 

Temperature  Regions Subregions Boundaries 
\(T_{max}\) \(T_{mean}\) \(T_{min}\) 
\(K\) 
Pressure  Boundaries (inlet/outlet types)  \(p\)  \(Pa\) 
Mass flow rate  Boundaries (inlet/outlet types)  \(m\)  \(kg/s\) 
Heat input  Regions Subregions Boundaries 
\(Q\)  \(W\) 
Imbalances  Regions Subregions Boundaries 
\(imbalance\)  \(%\) 
Y+  Boundaries  \(y+_{max}\) \(y+_{mean}\) \(y+_{min}\) 

Area  Boundaries  \(A\)  \(m^{2}\) 
Temperature
The minimum, maximum and average temperature in a selected entity is calculated. The values are filtered according to different regions, subregions and boundaries. It is expressed in the unit Kelvin (\(K\)).
Pressure
The relative pressure at the boundaries of type inlet or outlet are shown. The property is presented in the unit Pascal (\(Pa\)).
Mass flow rate
Similar to pressure, the mass flow rates at the boundaries of type inlet or outlet are reported. A positive value means an incoming mass flow, a negative value means an outgoing mass flow. The property is presented in \(kg/s\).
Heat input
The heating power values \(Q\) are shown at all regions, subregions and boundaries. These values indicate the heating power that is transferred to the regions, subregions or boundaries. A positive value means that heat is added via the boundary, a negative value means that heat is evacuated through the boundary. If a volumetric heat source is defined for a specific region or subregion in the case setup it is shown as \(Q_{source}\). Similar as for the boundaries, a positive value means that heat is added to the region or subregion, a negative value means that heat is evacuated through the region or subregion. The heating power is presented in Watts (\(W\)).
Imbalances
Imbalance is a measure of convergence of a solution. Solution imbalances while solving mass, momentum and energy equations should be small enough for a solution to be considered converged. Although these tables are provided, the system has an automatic detection of convergence which means that you do not have to worry about the convergence of your simulations and designs. The tables are just provided for your convenience. The imbalance values for all regions, subregions and boundaries are displayed in a table.
Y+
The y+ value is a nondimensional number used as a measure of mesh coarseness or fineness for a flow. It is an important parameter in determining the wall function in a turbulence model. The maximum, minimum and average values of the y+ at all the boundaries is calculated. This will give an overview of the range of y+ values on a certain boundary and if the selected wall function was sufficient.
Area
The area of the boundaries in \(m^{2}\) is calculated and shown.