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Old   April 25, 2013, 06:05
Default what is symmtry mean when set boundary condition
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HI, everyone,

1. Does anyone know 'symmetry type of a surface' what is it mean when set the boundary conditions in FLUENT?
2. For a wind, what is tpye for downstream, is it outflow, or pressure-outlet?

I am looking forward to your reply. Thanks.
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