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Old   April 18, 2006, 03:25
Default Fluent 2D Model - Axial Fan in a Duct
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I want to model axial fan which is located in a duct. Fan characteristics (Ie Static Pressure Vs Flow rate) is known (From Fan manufacturers data).

The Duct is 5 meter long (Each side 0.5 meter, square section) and fan is located at 3meters from the Inlet.

Duct Inlet is at atmospheric pressure and outlet air discharge to atmosphere.

Could any one let me know how to define Boundary conditions and fan characteristics (both Static presure and Flow rates)in Fluent modelling.

Thanks J

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