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Old   February 7, 2002, 05:49
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Does anybody know what is the default boundary condition that fluent takes into account at the end of a moving wall with a thickness different from zero ?

My question is : I have a thin wall in translation along the x axis which is heated on the left, enters a cool room, and leaves the room on the right. What kind of boundary condition should I take at the right of this wall (where it leaves the room).
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