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Old   June 24, 2004, 17:40
Default simple question about fan boundary condition
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Jane
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Hi, I am trying to model the flow in a ducted fan. To the first order of approximation, I want to use a fan boundary condition to replace the fan. I don't have much experience on this, could anyone give me some suggestion on how to set up the fan boundary condition in Fluent? Many thanks.

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