|May 10, 2010, 14:30||
Setting Boundary Conditions
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I'm following this tutorial ( https://confluence.cornell.edu/displ...pe+Flow+Step+3 ) which was written for Gambit. I am working in ICEM. I can't figure out how to apply the boundary conditions (velocity inlet, pressure outlet, axis wall).
I set my solver to Fluent 6, and went to Output --> Boundary Conditions. In this window, I went to Mixed/Unknown-->GEOM-->Create New, and created the boundary condition "velocity inlet" and it asked me to specify a zone. I don't know what the zones are, or how to specify them. Thanks for your time.
|June 8, 2010, 20:29||
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Just ignore the zones (leave them as zero). Those get more important if you are doing fancy things such as a rotating zone within a static zone...
If they are all set to zero, then they are all part of the same zone (zone 0, the default zone).
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