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Old   March 25, 2006, 15:30
Default OUTLET in domain
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Dear all I have 2 queations: 1)I want to kown what is the 'High' or 'Low' side meaning about the OUTLET in domain. And in this case, if the OUTLET likes a mass 'source' or 'sink' ? 2)my OUTLET is greatly 'small' in size(about 1/500 size of domain),i have already refine the grids around it, sould that still bring me large error? thanks
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Old   April 10, 2006, 04:11
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OUTLET will just try to fix the given pressure at its location and no need to worry about source/sink. since u have fine grid , u shouldnt face any problems.

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