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Old   August 3, 2020, 11:41
Default How to adjust the fan pressure drop?
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Hi guys, I started to use ANSYS just 3 months ago, and having difficulties with setting the fan boundary condition.

I want to use the polynomial pressure drop profile :

deltaP=875-14v

1. then, How can I adjust the profiled pressure drop?
I think the way of attatched file named 'pressuredrop1.png', but there is not any information about it.
If it is not correct, plz give my right way to adjust the pressure drop profile.

2. About the check box of Reverse Fan Direction, my reference articles commented as reverse fan , then is it right to use reverse fan?

plz reply my questions, thanks.
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