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Thanks for the response.
Because I want to model the hydrogen gas at 3 atm, so the hydrogen material in my definition was with density 3*rho and the pressure was explicitly set to 3 atm, where rho is the density of hydrogen at 1 atm. Do you mean I maintain the density of the hydrogen gas as 3*rho but set the pressure to a lower value, say 1e-5 atm?
In addition, is there an alternative scoring method to calculate the material-specific energy deposition in my case of a mixture of materials in a volume? Thanks.