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Old   July 27, 2003, 21:45
Default Boundary condition specifying
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Jackie
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Hi all,

I've had a problem of specifying the boundary condition at the inlet of an opened-end tube. I use CFD to simulate flow inside the tube having an embedded momentum source. The momentum source is located at the center of the horizontal tube and both ends (inlet and outlet) of the tube is opened to the atmosphere.

I specify zero static pressure at the outlet (reference to ambient). The flow inside the tube is driven by the given momentum source. However, I don't know what the boundary condition at the inlet of the tube should be.

Could anybody please give me some suggestion?

Thank you very much

Jackie

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