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Old   November 3, 2013, 11:34
Default Assign static pressure at inlet
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Hello all,

Is there any way so that I can assign static pressure zero at inlet? Mt BC for inlet is pressure inlet since I don't know the velocity and flow rate at inlet. At inlet I can input "total Gauge pressure " which is combination of static+dynamic pressure. But I have to assign static pressure zero as BC. Is it possible ?

I have another problem. If I create an line say "line 22222" in inlet ( 2D case) and see the static pressure from fluent, I found it different from the static pressure at "inlet" ( which I named inlet before meshing). Anyone has any idea why they are so different ?

Thanks in advance to all.

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