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Old   October 8, 2002, 12:29
Default How to define the exit pressure for a C-D nozzle?
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In the Fluent, the Pressure Outlet boundary condition is just for a subsonic exit velocity. If it is assumed the flow has been fully expended (no shocks in nozzle), what should I define for the outlet boundary condition? THanks Knick
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