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Old   May 8, 2011, 06:19
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I modeled a free convection in fluent with incompressible ideal gas method, and set operation pressure 1atm. and active gravity.
computational domain is large but fluent did not show any pressure gradient in domain.
how fluent define static pressure and total pressure?
is static pressure in any height P_s=(P_a)-rou*g*h or P_s=(P_a)-P_op
where P_s is static pressure, P_a=absolute pressure, P_op is operation pressure in (0,0,0)
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