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Old   September 3, 2018, 05:51
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Hello,

I am having a problem in making tram passenger loading situation. In this simulation, i have an air conditioner for cooling/heating. I need to model passenger loading for 20 seconds. During passenger loading, cold/hot air enters to tram.

How do i model? Which boundary condition do i use?

I know temperature conditions but i don't know mass flow and how to calculate.

Note: BCs before passenger loading:
Mass-flow-inlet: 2 x 0.5955 kg/s (inlet)
Mass-flow-outlet: 2 x 0.4594 kg/s (outlet)
Mass-flow-outlet: 0.2722 kg/s (outlet)

Can you please help me?

Thank You

Uğur
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