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Old   April 16, 2013, 09:47
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I want to simulate pipe that has a developed condition at the inlet.and exit of pipe has a outflow condition.for fully developed boundary condition at the inlet of pipe,what can i do?
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You need to get the fully developed boundary condition from an additional simulation. Create a pipe and set inlet and outlet as a periodic boundary condition with a certain target pressure drop or mass flow rate. If this is converged you can store the outlet profile and load it to any other simulation as an inlet profile.
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