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Old   July 21, 2013, 13:08
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Its the first time i am posting a question on this forum and hope to get reply on the same. I am using fan boundary condition for a model. I am very new to fluent and want to know how fluent interprets the fan boundary condition . Let's say i specify a pressure jump of 200Pascal across a circular fan of diameter 3m. What is the velocity or mass flow rate of air i should expect across it ???
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