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Old   December 19, 2008, 10:07
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I am refering to the feature of Mass sources in Physics tab in v9.3. I want to simulate a nozzle, so I enter all the requested data in mass source fields, but then I cannot simulate my model, even the preprocessing is disabled as an option. Of cource, I have done the geometry and the fluid properties and all the other necesssary. So, if I simply put a boundary condition, without the mass source, my model runs, whereas when I substitute my boundary condition for a mass source it doesn't run. Is there anything else that supplements mass source during model setup? Or, how am I going to setup it successfully with a mass source?

Thanks in advance!!
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Old   January 10, 2009, 01:22
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Hi Nikolaos!

That is our web page.

Mass source example is in hear.

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