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Old   October 20, 2004, 05:44
Default what boundary do I choose for the counter-flow ?
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There are two kind fluids in my system and the system is the counter-flow. The one fluid inputs at the bottom boundary of the geometer and leaves at the top boundary. The another one inputs at the top boundary and leaves at the bottom. What boundary do I choose for the top and bottom boundary ? Thanks for your response.
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