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Javieryrazusta June 28, 2012 11:08

Boundary Conditions
 
Hi!

I have a question.

Iīve done a rectangular mesh. It represent the atmosphere.

The underside represent a big surface (Boundary condition: wall)

The other sides represent the boundary of the atmosphere.

I want to fix standard conditions for temperature and pressure.

What is the Boundary condition for sides that represents atmosphere?

:confused:

Thank you very much!

Javieryrazusta June 29, 2012 04:21

Excusme,
I donīt know if my question is very easy, but I would like an answer, because I canīt to continue with the simulation.
Thank you very much

cfd seeker June 30, 2012 03:40

Set "Operating Pressure" to "zero" and set the boundary condition for that side as "Pressure Farfield" and set guage pressure to "101325" and temperature to "288.15". Hope it helps
Regards

Javieryrazusta June 30, 2012 04:54

Quote:

Originally Posted by cfd seeker (Post 368980)
Set "Operating Pressure" to "zero" and set the boundary condition for that side as "Pressure Farfield" and set guage pressure to "101325" and temperature to "288.15". Hope it helps
Regards

Hi!

I have done that and now, the simulation works good!

Thank you very much!


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