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Old   December 31, 2014, 22:28
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Hi
im having problem with the flow direction.can anyone help me with it?
im trying to make the flow goes in -z direction.i assigned the inlet and outlet regions.
is it correct if i change the direction in stationary axis in region node (0.0,0.0,-1.0) to make it goes -z direction or is it another way?
here attached the flow when im running the simulation of (0.0,0.0,1.0) for the axis in region.
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Old   January 1, 2015, 12:51
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did you try instead to specify velocity in your inlet region to be negative instead? did it work?
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Old   January 1, 2015, 20:44
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i did stagnation inlet as for the inlet,not velocity inlet.
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