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Old   December 8, 2006, 21:38
Default Thin Surface not taken
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Maria Angelica
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Hello! I am simulating a combustion chamber and the guide vanes in the inlet are set as a wall. When I simulate it, the flow doesn't take this condition and the flow goes through this surfaces. I have tried several ways, but it says in the out file that the boundary condition is a wall in the vanes, but the stream lines and everything are not consistent with this..

Does somebody have had this problem? What could be causing this? I have tried with the option of thin surface and with out this option and i get the same problem.

Any sugestion would be very appreciated!

Thanks!

Maria Angelica
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