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Old   April 8, 2005, 15:17
Default What is the right boundary condition ?
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What kind of boundary condition can be used for this problem?

There is a room separated vertically by a wall.

Left hand side of the room, there is an opening for inlet-velocity boundary on the ceiling.

Right hand side of the room, there is an opening for outlet-velocity boundary on the ceiling.

There is a grill moving flow rate of Q=1000 liter/min from left to right hand side room.

What kind of boundary condtion can be applied for this grill?

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