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Old   March 30, 2007, 11:11
Default Boundary condition - FAN
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Adarsh
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Dear All I have set FAN as the boundary conditions in one of my meshes (generated in GAMBIT) intake hole. For computation purpose (in FLUENT), I need to set the intake velocity... I am unable to assign the required velocity as the the data required for input is pressure-jump(in pascal). Can anyone help me with for assigning the suitable velocity (in m/s) to my boundary condition? Thankyou for taking out time to read this

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