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Old   March 1, 2021, 02:53
Default CFD Boundary Conditions help
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I have posted image of my problem below. I want to have 10000kpa on the tank and 200m/s velocity coming out of the small bottom hole. Since, there is no option for pressure inlet or velocity outlet how do I go about it. I wanted to have a pressure inlet and velocity outlet but seems that star CCM+ doesnt have it.

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