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Old   May 14, 2018, 11:16
Default Why the Pressure looks different as i set?
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Hello guys,

could anyone pls tell the reason why the Pressure shows different value ?

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Old   May 15, 2018, 02:28
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Did you set a reference pressure in the domain? If yes, all pressure values will be relative to that, to get the absolute pressure, use the respective variable provided in CFD Post.
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Did you set a reference pressure in the domain? If yes, all pressure values will be relative to that, to get the absolute pressure, use the respective variable provided in CFD Post.
thank you for your reply, it seems that, i have set something like that accidentally. After i saw your reply, i searched a bit in Google, but i couldnt find some useful information about it. they are all related to Fluids simulation or something like that. Im new in this Forums...could you pls tell me again where i can set reference pressure or where i can find "respective variable" in CFD?
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Did you set a reference pressure in the domain? If yes, all pressure values will be relative to that, to get the absolute pressure, use the respective variable provided in CFD Post.
im using mechanical and i have never seen the Option for reference pressure before. i post a pic of my UI. and hope you can help me find out where did i make the mistake

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Old   May 15, 2018, 06:47
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I was totally off, thought this is the cfx forum. Please ignore my comment completely ... I think someone else will be able to help you.
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