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Is it possible to provide a pressure boundary condition and differentiate the species

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Default Is it possible to provide a pressure boundary condition and differentiate the species
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If i am solving a combustion problem and the problem has a open flame exposed to atmospheric air. Is there a possibility to give a pressure condition to the outer surfaces of the air domain and control soot to leave the computational domain and only allow oxygen and nitrogen to come into the domain from a single boundary condition in ANSYS FLUENT?
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