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Old   January 26, 2010, 15:39
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Is there a way to apply a body force, or surface force, to a boundary in a mesh? I don't mean gravity specifically, but any general force.
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Is there a way to apply a body force, or surface force, to a boundary in a mesh? I don't mean gravity specifically, but any general force.
there is a way, fluent 6.2 in define menu . operating conditions- gravitational force, and go to pressure under solve-solution descrtization choose it to be body force equation
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