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Old   May 8, 2006, 03:23
Default outflow boundary condition
Maziar Mahzari
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I'm moving from Fluent to CFX. There is this boundary condition in Fluent named outfow where the solver sets the normal derivative of flow variables to zero for that boundary edge. How is it possible to use this boundary condition in CFX. As far as I've understood there is only INLET, OUTLET, OPENING, WALL and SYMMETRY boundary conditions in CFX. Any help is really appreciated.

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