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Old   April 27, 2008, 15:56
Default modeling natural convection in tilted channel
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Hello there,

I am modeling natural convection case for a tilted channel Using Fluent 6.3. My fluid is air and the temperature diference between the plates range between 10 to 30 celsius. I am using ideal gas law and I have specified the gravity. What Should I use for inlet boundary condition? If it is an pressure inlet, what should be my value? Any advice will be greatly appreciated, thanks

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