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Old   April 20, 2009, 20:30
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I am simulating a flux in a circular duct with radial injections.
I will analyze only a 60 of the duct and I will set periodic boundary condition.
I want set a 'mass flow rate' at inlet boundary.
Must I assign the total ass flow or total mass flow/6?
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[QUOTE]yes, you must/QUOTE]

What must I do?
Total mass rate or 1/6 mass rate?
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