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Old   April 2, 2013, 02:18
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I want to perform the simulation of laminar flow in pipe. But the problem is that the condition is " Pressure inlet" and "Velocity outlet". In other words it is like suction at the inlet and the velocity at outlet is known.

Would anybody tell me is that possible in fluent because I could not find the velocity outlet option in fluent.

Thanks in advance.
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