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Old   December 14, 2005, 09:02
Default why static parameters are considered more imp.
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sangam
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why static parameters are considered more imp. Most of the example i have seen is they give static parameter (like static pressure,static temperature,etc.) at the boundary condition. If any one knew about this, they are most welcome to share there views.

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