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Old   February 18, 2011, 06:04
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Hi all,

I am developing a fan model with the minimum requirements needed to create the pressure jump. I am able to handle the input such as Q Vs P data and profile inputs.

But my question is that pressure jump is modeled as momentum source. So how exactly this gonna happen. To my understanding the fan boundary condition is imposed on internal zone ( interior ) in fluent. Is this a source given on the face group or a volume ?? Do we need to just give the boundary condition of source on the faces on the mapped internal zone ??

Thanks in advance,

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