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Hi all,

I am a new OpenFOAM user. I am trying to simulate heat transdfer in porous media. I am using the rhoporous solver and I have implent the heat transfer. My problem is I do not know how can I define the temperature of the fluid in the inlet. Why I define the temperature at the inlet, it takes the wall temperature of the inlet with this value and not the fluid. Do you have any ideas?!?!

thank you very much in advance!!
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