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Old   January 10, 2007, 14:09
Default BC - Simulating an open air inlet for a pipe.
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I am trying to simulate a pipe flow where plugflow is used as boundary on the outlet. I need to know which boundary I can apply to the inlet when simulating suction in free air!

Is it correct to set "Mass and Momentum" to "static pressure" and specifying "Flow Direction" as "normal to Boundary Condition??

I am using ANSYS CFX 10.0.

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