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Old   September 13, 2023, 01:42
Default inlet and outlet condition for a simple model
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Hi folks,

It might look weird but i have a doubt on inlet and outlet condition inputs. The scenario is i have 3 inlet where fans are placed having mass flow rate of 0.1 kg/s each and 4 outlet where 4 fans are placed and have same mass flow rate each. How to provide boundary condition? Kindly guide.

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Use mass flow for all except set one outlet set to pressure. The mass flow of that one will of course be set to the remainder by conservation of mass.
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