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Old   July 7, 2009, 00:21
Default boundary condition problem in the cfx11.0
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hi all,
i am using the cfx11.0. i want to provide suction to the wall. is porous wall condition is there in cfx 11.0.or how i have to apply.

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Then can't you define it as an outlet of some description? Otherwise you can use a mass sink. It depends on exactly what type of "suction" you want to apply - you need to describe what you are trying to do better.

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