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Old   November 23, 2016, 20:44
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Hi, guys.

I'm doing a simulation of ventilation including some fans.
Fan performance curve is a table of velocity vs pressure in the form of user function.
And it is implemented on a interface as a pressure change model.

However, the result doesn't correspond to the value of user funtion, slightly lower.
I think it is well converged. (Residuals, monitoring points and Imbalnces are resonable to assume that it is converged.)
Could you suppose another point that I should check about the problem?

And I wonder the "pressure" means static pressure in Pressure change model.

Thank you!
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Old   July 12, 2019, 08:42
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Hii I am also facing the same situation. Did you solve it?
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