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Sameer July 1, 2007 08:16

Boundary Conditions
 
Dear All.

I am trying to simulate a multiphase-multicomponent problem. In my problem there is a cylinder with two inlets ( each at upper and lower ends) and same way two outlets . Cylinder is continuously stirred. I know the mass flowrates at inlets. What conditions should I define at outlets? Awaiting for your valuable suggestions.

Thanks.

Sameer

priya July 2, 2007 02:22

Re: Boundary Conditions
 
you can give the static pressure at the outlet.

In CFX if u see u could see a valid combinations of BC just follow that.

It would be better if ur able to determine the velocity at one of the outlet.

U havent specified what kind of flow it is either sub sonic or supersonic. based on that too it differs

Sameer July 2, 2007 05:12

Re: Boundary Conditions
 
Hi Priya.

Thanks for your suggestions. The flow in my problem is sub- sonic. I know the velocities at both outlets; but will it be a robust combination if i define mass flowrate at inlet and velocity at outlet?

Regards

Sameer

priya July 3, 2007 01:55

Re: Boundary Conditions
 
rather than giving more robust condition robust condition solves better. I too have faced a similar kind of prob but with single inlet and 2 outlet. robust gives better

If u want to determine pr variation from the inlet its better to give total pressure at the inlet and velocity at the outlet and solve


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