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George July 7, 2006 11:32

Please Help on defining internal inlet
 
Please I need help in defining an inlet that is fully in the fluid region and not on the boundary. Please if anyone has a detailed procedure, it would be greatly apreciated. Thanks in advance

draussen July 11, 2006 02:24

Re: Please Help on defining internal inlet
 
How does this look like? It must be a boundary, at least a single line!? Or do you want to model a source in the fluid??

George July 11, 2006 03:07

Re: Please Help on defining internal inlet
 
Thanks for the help. I have a tobe contains a series of Nozzles (300) with very small diameters (0.0013 in) that spray a gas insilde a vacuum chamber. The gas in coming through a tube to the Nozzle tube. Since it is impossible to model the actual geometry of the nozzle. I tried to model it as an inlet (face) that is totally inside the region. I guess this definition does not constitute a mass source. Please Help me with any suggestion. Regards


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