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Old   January 15, 2012, 00:54
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Hello everybody.
I am doing a 3-D / 2-D analysis over a blade span/airfoil.
my domain inlet is in the form of a parabola.
i am wondering when i want to simulate the large AOAs ( by using velocity components), one brach (or part ) of that curved inlet may face the velocity vector outwards, while its BC is inlet.

will this situation make some error ? Or the software will solve it by itself?
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It usually works OK. But try it yourself with your situation to be sure.
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Old   January 15, 2012, 07:26
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It usually works OK. But try it yourself with your situation to be sure.
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I also have heard it works.
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To future readers of this post,
I if this is not working i will add another post here and i will report the inability.

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