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Old   April 17, 2014, 09:27
Default Mass Flow Inlet boundary - problems with velocity
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I have a problem when I want to direct mass flow in angle different than 90 or "normal to boundary". Fluent always increase velocity. In attached case it is 5 m/s but with bigger angles obviously velocity differences are more significant.

Do you know how to deal with it?

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