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Old   August 27, 2009, 10:50
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I am simulating a Formula car in Fluent 6.3 and i have problems with the sidepots (ducts). At this moment the inner sidepot geometry isnít designed and I want to simulate only the external geometry.
My problem is that I donít know how to set that the mass flow in the intake of the duct is equal to the outtake mass flow. If it is possible, I want to know how to put a loss coefficient because of the inner radiator.
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