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Default Effect of downstream flow properties on upstream in incompressible solvers
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I was wondering with incompressible flow, if the downstream properties say velocity, pressure would have any impact on upstream properties in flow solvers? So say we have two cases one a short and another with longer pipe for instance, would the flow development near the inlet region be different?

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