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Old   February 4, 2013, 05:32
Default Inlet into a Subdomain
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Hi everyone,

I'm having some trouble with my subdomain :-)

It contains wall boundaries on 4 sides an thin surface (not defined as a wall) and an inlet condition (normal speed).

The problem is now that the air flows into my inlet... (constant over the whole area!)
Is it possible that you have to change the inlet to an outlet condition when applying that to a subdomain?

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