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Old   August 28, 2015, 05:45
Default surface inlet boundary for 2d geometry
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Hello,

I would like to apply inlet to a surface in my 2d geometry, is it possible?
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Hello,

I would like to apply inlet to a surface in my 2d geometry, is it possible?
please explain more.

surface is for 3D geometry.

please place figure of your geometry.

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