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Old   August 6, 2004, 02:15
Default Pressure value in fluent?
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WU zhonghua
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To all Fluent Users, In my UDF, i need to give an fixed pressure value to a moving plate. what make me confused is which value shoud be given after i input 101325 Pascal in operation condition palne? for example, should i give 101325+2000 Pascal or 2000 Pascal.

by the way, in this condition, the output value of C_P(c,t) is absolute value ( just like 101325+2000) or relative (2000). thanks for any hints!
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