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Hello,

I simulate a cooling jacket of a 2l engine. My initial condition is 2kg/s of water/glycol. But i don't how to define my outlet conditions to get informations about the pressure drop. I got 2 outlets, one on the head and one on the block. I'm using the standard k epsilon model with the standard wall function. At the moment I'm simulating with the average pressure condition at the outlets but the velocity and pressure of the system is illogical high.

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