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Old   December 11, 2002, 07:22
Default Correct boundary condition help!!
Prasad Laxman Kane
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dear all,

After using different boundary conditions I have observed following connected to free turbulence :

mass in and velocity in at inlet predicts less free turbulence and mixing

Pressre in - predicts good free turbulence and mixing

Have anybody experienced the same while solving mixing problem.

Thanks and Regards, Prasad Laxman kane
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Old   December 13, 2002, 03:00
Default Re: Correct boundary condition help!!
Atul T. Shinde
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Dear Prasad, I have experienced the same problem while one of my collegue(?) was working on the mixing problem.
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