|April 4, 2011, 16:23||
Pressure Inlet Boundary Condition Profile
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I am using a pressure inlet boundary condition, as specified by an axial profile. I have used this profile successfully before on other meshes. I have paid attention to carefully matching the z-coordinates of the inlet to the z coordinates of the profile, my mesh is scaled appropriately, my operating pressure is as usual.
When I run this case the profile somehow is not read properly, and only assigns the first value of every field to my inlet, so it's essentially constant over the whole inlet. WHY ?? I've run out of things to try to understand why this is happening... This profile was defined in fluent, and its just read>profile, and assigning the labels over the pressure-inlet BC.
Please help. Thank you !!!
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