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Old   November 9, 2012, 10:08
Default Has anyone EVER managed to run: compressible steady state subsonic internal flow
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If so, I would like to know which solver you used, and , if possible, see your input files...thanks!
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Hi,

Ive tried this with the solver "rhoCentralFoam".

At the inlet I took fixed Value for Temperature and velocity, at the outlet for pressure. I think my Mach number was 0.6. Steady state worked for simple geometries.

For which cases are you doing this?

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I'm trying to use rhoSimplecFoam for a duct with an inlet and an outlet.
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