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Old   January 20, 2006, 00:47
Default Inlet condition represented by source term?
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Dear all:

I faced a new problem in my research: when i try to simulate a inlet using a source term, i found the computation result from source term is great bigger than inlet condition using the transfer equation provided by Fluent. I am wander whether anyone has similar experience about this. If you have , would u pls give me a hand!

Thank you very much!

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