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Old   December 24, 2011, 16:38
Default Total pressure BC with simple foam
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I am trying out fluent's MRF tutorial in MRFSimpleFoam. For inlet BC I used total pressure bc where i could preserve my inlet total pressure. While running it shown some error that volScalarField rho not found. So, i removed rho and psi field from total pressure BC.
Now solver is starting the iteration but pressure and velocity became completely unbounded.

My BC's are,

inlet : total pressure fixed to 200
velocity zeroGradient

outlet : pressure fixedValue to 0
velocity zeroGradient

Please help me in setting up inlet bc.
One more doubt, do i need to include surface names that rotate along with rotating zone in nonrotatingpatch () in MRFZone file.

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Old   March 20, 2012, 09:05
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did you find answer for your problem? I want to use the same boundary conditions like you, was it stable?

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