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Old   January 18, 2013, 12:19
Question Fluid density and the Boussinesq Model
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If the Boussinesq model is used in FLUENT:

Is the density of the fluid calculated at all cells (including the inlet and the exit boundaries) based on the equation for Boussinesq approximation?

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boussinesq model, fluent 13, thermal expansion

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