|December 28, 2009, 22:40||
Reversed flow on pressure outlet
Join Date: Mar 2009
Posts: 21Rep Power: 8
Hi to Everyone and Merry Christmas,
Is ''reversed flow on pressure outlets...'' really a problem on Fluent that have to be fixed? Because, I have this warning message but there seems no problem on convergence of model.
There is way to fix the reversed flow problem that extending the domain to further away. However, I can not extend the model to further away because I am also trying to reduce the total mesh faces and elements so I cut the 3D-Truck model from the middle and then I have choosen pressure outlet for this half end of Truck. Should I change this B.C. (pressure outlet) to interior or outflow?
|January 1, 2010, 05:47||
Join Date: Aug 2009
Location: Surabaya, Indonesia
Posts: 153Rep Power: 7
That is nice question. I'm in the same problem too. well, i think the way to reduce back flow is lengthen tho outlet or to set the gauge pressure >0 pa. Interior can be applied only in the middle, it doesnt work in the end.
hope it helps
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