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Old   June 12, 2013, 12:12
Default Ventilation due to bouyancy (temperature difference)
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Hi Guys

I need somebody to help on how to set a boundary conditions for energy to simulate Natural ventilation due to bouyancy. I am simulating a single room with 8 openings. Please help, i am new to fluent. Thank you
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