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Old   July 17, 2010, 02:12
Question Coupling boundary conditions
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I am relatively new to FLUENT.i am trying to develop a coupled model between the batch and melt region for the glass melting furnace..but i am not being able to handle the interface ..well the exit condition of one domain is going to be the boundary condition for the next domain...i am not able to couple them...if anyone can help me .it would be very good..
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