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Old   March 16, 2006, 03:32
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bob
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i have a fan inserted on the top of a box and it is supposed to suck air out of the box. i chose the exhaust fan as a boundary condition and i am having trouble in deciding what to put for the gauge pressure and the pressure jump(constant). i mean what the difference? the fan is 6*6*1 cm and the box is 100*50*50 cm.
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