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Old   January 18, 2013, 13:51
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Rong Yue
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Hi everyone,
Because of the close distance between the inlet and outlets, I extended the outlets and defined them interior as the boundary condition. I found the mass flow rate at the extended outlets are conserved and the mass flow rate at the original outlets are not conserved. I think it makes sense. My question is can I use the pressure and velocity at the original outlets directly as the analysed results or should I did some translation work?
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