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Old   July 6, 2012, 07:20
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I have a problem where I need to analyse flow in jet and I have two concentric cuboids just outside the nozzle which form the control surface. I want to know how do I implement free boundary condition on the cuboids. On the far end of the cuboid, the surface opposite to the nozzle (not attached to the nozzle), i have given pressure outlet. What should be my gauge pressure here to simulate at atmospheric conditions?

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