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Old   March 21, 2011, 21:38
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I would like to use RGM for refrigerant, but this model has some limitations that it can only use pressure inlet, pressure outlet and mass flow inlet for boundary conditions, but if my problem is for solving the pressure drop, that means I don't know the pressure outlet.

How can I use it?

or is there any other ways to set a compressible refrigerant material in fluent?


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