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Old   February 28, 2009, 13:25
Default PRESSURE INLET & OUTLET BC?
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Freeman
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Hi everybody,

Could any of you explein me a little this two boundary conditions, pressure inlet and outlet. I read Fluents manual, but I find all the pressures (total gauge, gauge pressure, operating pressure, initial gauge pressure) really misleading =(

I only want to simulate a water flow past a 2D bullet shape, and I want to set the water pressure inlet to 40kPa, but I don't know it this is gauge, total, or whatever.

Thanks a lot!

Freeman
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