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Old   February 5, 2009, 13:37
Default Mass & Pressure Boundaries
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Pressure values (total pressure at inlet and static pressure at outlet) of system are calculated initially by using the mass inflow and mass outflow boundaries. Then for the same system, the mass boundaries are replaced with the pressure inlet and pressure outlet boundary conditions (values used are the total and static pressures calculated initially).

Can I expect to get back the mass flow rates with which I started the problem?
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