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Old   February 14, 2015, 10:15
Default BCs for 3-D T-pipe
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A mesh has been created successfully in Salome (inlet,outlet and walls, they are all patches in polymesh/boundary file) and now I am struggling with the 0/p,u,alphat, etc. files.

The mesh is a T-pipe, is it necessary to set cyclic as boundary type, or wall also OK?

What about the inlet and outlet type if in turbulent conditions?

could anyone help me?

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