|July 16, 2013, 08:45||
How to Set Pressured Outlet Boundary Condition?
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I am trying to model a portion of a pump-driven flow in a pipe and I am not sure about its BCs. I set the Velocity Inlet for the inlet with a specific fluid velocity. For the outlet, I can choose "Pressure Outlet" BC, but it also ask for a temperature that I am not sure.
Can anyone advise on BCs of pumped flow (so the outlet is not zero pressure)!
|July 16, 2013, 12:09||
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In my opinion the temperature of the pressure outlet for an continous system isn't that important. The fluid flows out of your system and the heat-transport against your flow direction isn't significant.
In order to avoid bad residuals I usually choose the inlet temperature or the reference temperatur.
Actually I can't remember a tutorial case where the outlet temperature where really important for the results.
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