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Old   April 9, 2010, 09:04
Question What to set as boundary conditions in an engine intake?
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Dear friends:
I am modeling a supersonic air-intake and want to solve and analyze its aerodynamic behavior in sub and supersonic regimes.
I am wondering that what kind of boundary conditions I should set at inlet and outlet of the intake.
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