|April 11, 2013, 10:56||
Fan Coil in a Room
Join Date: Sep 2011
Location: Brescia, Italy
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I'm working on a Fan Coil in a room (see attached picture) and I want to simulate also the flow inside the radiator without drawing completely the fan, in order to decrease the computational time. Therefore I can't just set inlet and outlet of the fan coil neglecting the fan inside...
I never worked with Fan Boundary Condition: does anyone know if it can be useful for my job? If so, how can I set it?
Otherwise, which kind of boundary condition should I use?
Sorry for my bad english
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