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Old   October 11, 2002, 06:24
Default How can define our Outlet Condition?
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Dear all. I have a problem in 2-D to define Boundary condition at outlet of computational domain. I need to define "1st order wave-equation" at outlet boundary condition. I'm read from UDF model but not see for there informaition enough. My Queston is : 1. Is it possible to define our outlet boundary condition? 2. If 1st question is "Yes". How could I do it?

Note: I'm use FLUENT 6.0 Thank for your helpful.
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