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Trouble in two inlets and two outlets boundary definition

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Old   February 9, 2023, 17:30
Default Trouble in two inlets and two outlets boundary definition
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Hi! I am new to the CFD and Ansys Fluent world and I've been learning from various manuals and videos to make my thesis. I've been trying to make a simulation of a VAWT in the middle of a highway to obtain the cp values and other important parameters of efficiency. The setup I've made is one turbine surrounded by a stationary space where there's an inlet in the lower left corner and other one of the upper right corner. There's also some outlets following the same logic, with no separation between them. (both inlets and outlets are independent). There is a phenomena that seem to create a void in the outlets and drag the current directly to them instead of going straight forward. Is there a way to avoid this issue or to modify the boundary conditions and obtain the correct simulation? Thanks in advance
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