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Old   November 25, 2006, 10:37
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killian
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Hi all, for modeling of mixed convection, (or rather free convection since the Rayleigh number is rather huge), will the apt specification of inlet and outlet boundaries help in convergence? Basically what I am asking is it generally better to specify pressure boundaries than velocity inlet and outflow boundaries for free convection?

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