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Old   February 23, 2000, 13:33
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If I have one inlet and two outlet and I want to set them in 30% and 70% for each of the outlets respectively having the same length for the two outlet, how can I go about setting them.
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Old   February 23, 2000, 14:01
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John C. Chien
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(1). There are at least three solutions. (2). No.1 solution: adjust exit pressure at exit-1, and exit-2, until you get the right ratio. This is good for compressible flows. (3). No.2 solution: adjust the width of the exit-1 and exit-2, until you get the right ratio. This is good for incompressible flows. (4). No.3 solution: install a valve in one of the outlet and adjust it until the right ratio is achieved.
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Old   February 24, 2000, 03:50
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Pavel Strasak
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Or for incompressible flow you can use OUTFLOW, first with 0.3 and second with 0.7 flow rate weighting. Pa.St.
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