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I see that the help document in fluent said that If you are modeling unsteady flows

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Default I see that the help document in fluent said that If you are modeling unsteady flows
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I see that the help document in fluent said that If you are modeling unsteady flows with varying density (even if the fluid is incompressible), it is preferable to use a pressure outlet.Why we cannot use the outflow in the unsteady flows?
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