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Old   June 7, 2012, 09:34
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In Fluent, when applying a pressure-inlet boundary with specification as a direction vector with a cylindrical coordinate system, is the axial component of velocity defined as perpendicular to the inlet plane?

I have an pressure inlet plane, inclined around 10degrees from vertical, and although I have not specified a radial velocity component when examining the velocity vectors of my converged solution I appear to have a radial component of velocity at inlet which disappears almost instantly downstream.

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