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Old   March 1, 2022, 11:16
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Hi Everyone, I've been using ANSYS Fluent for some time now for carrying out CFD analysis, however I've not had the opportunity to quite understand the physical meanings of the BC's being used for carrying out the analysis as that forms the crux of any meaningful simulation.

I would really appreciate anyone who would be helping me in this matter,

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