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Old   April 13, 2017, 18:47
Default zero pressure gradient as outlet condition
saurabh kumar gupta
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Hi all,
i am curious to know how to put zero pressure gradient as outlet condition in 2D fluent simulation. currently i am working with zero outlet pressure.

I just want to know what possible changes will happen to my solution if i apply zero pressure gradient at oulet.

Any kind of help will be appreciable.

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