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fisicas1 July 21, 2012 13:41

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Hello everyone,
my problem, I have two pipes, the union between both is a interface (in place), I mean my first outlet with my second inlet in the second pipe. I have done "inizialize", all it is right, starccm+ recognizes the interface, but I get the Physics values in my second inlet that I write in the Physics values and not got the values from my first outlet.

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abdul099 July 28, 2012 05:27

When both regions are in the same physics continuum, you will get the same initialisation for both regions, no matter if there's an interface or not. The interface will only have an effect on the solving process, not for initialisation


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