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Old   July 8, 2013, 05:57
Default Question Concerning Pressure Value (Pressure outlet) and Reference Pressure (Physics)
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Hello,

i have a question concerning the Pressure Value (Pressure outlet) and Reference Pressure (Physics - Continua).

If the Reference Pressure in Physics is set to 1 bar, and the Pressure (Physic Values - Pressure Outlet) is set to 0 bar, do i have a real Pressure of 1 bar at Pressure Outlet?

I want to make shure, having the same Pressure at my Pressure Outlet as at the Enviroment.

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when you put 0bar in outlet it means that the pressure difference before and after the outlet is zero.
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