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Old   December 15, 2006, 14:23
Default Hi all, I am having some trou
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Hi all,
I am having some trouble modifying the BC's on the icoFoam example of flow in a cavity. I changed the domain to be three blocks making an L shape and want to apply inlet and outlet BC's to drive a flow through the L. To the best of my knowledge I have implemented this correctly. I am wrong of course since it is not working any ideas.

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