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Old   March 4, 2006, 16:16
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I have a geometry with a 'main' inlet and two 'side' inlets, an outlet and 2 vents. The 'main' inlet is held at a pressure of 1000 Pa. The two 'side' inlets are at pressure of P1 and P2. The vents are open to atmosphere. I want to plot my outlet pressure vs P1 and P2. But I know nothing about my outlet BCs. I couldn't calculate the mass flow rate through my outlet because of the complicated geometry. Can anyone help me with this issue?

And I also don't understand if I have applied a pressure of 1000 Pa, but I observed pressures of upto 10^5 Pa in post-processing. And some negative presure values also. Can anyone explain to me what does that mean or why is that so?

Thanks, Ruchi
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Old   March 6, 2006, 08:59
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Did you specify pressure values with respect to default reference pressure of 1 atm?
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